P.A.’L.A.N.T.E. (People Against Landlord Abuse and Tenant Exploitation) organizes and empowers residents of New York City to hold negligent landlords and property managers accountable for unsafe living conditions through community advocacy, outreach, organizing effective tenant associations, and providing long-term technical assistance, connecting individuals and tenant groups to free or reduced-rate legal services and housing benefits.
P.A.’L.A.N.T.E.’s goal is to end tenant exploitation in order to enable low-income community residents to remain in their homes and to ensure that those homes are safe and affordable. Explore our programs
An obligation to move forward: P.A.’L.A.N.T.E.
Effective collaboration between funders and community residents
A demand to live in safe and affordable housing
A commitment to prompting and protecting under-represented low income residents and seniors
Desire to instill a sense of community and pride in our youth
Effective programs and activities that meet meaningful needs