The Housing Authority of the City of Elizabeth‘s mission is to provide safe, decent and sanitary housing conditions for very low-income families and to mange resources efficiently. HACE promotes personal, economic, and social upward mobility to provide families the opportunity to make the transition from subsidized housing to non-subsidized housing.
This fall, the Housing Authority of the City of Elizabeth (HACE) celebrates 75 years of service in the community. From its inception in 1938, the organization has provided affordable and low income housing and services, to thousands of families and spearheaded over $200Million in redevelopment projects. HACE will celebrate the occasion with a 75th Anniversary Legacy Campaign to share tenant success stories and highlight past and current projects.
As a major part of the campaign, HACE has partnered with Prevention Links, a 501c3 organization, to raise funds in support of opening the Raymond Lesniak ESH Recovery High School with a special reception at MetLife Stadium on Thursday, November 14, 2013, 6pm. The event, entitled “HACE presents The Big Game Experience”, will be attended by Giant Football Legend Harry Carson, feature a 75-year timeline display, and provide the chance for guests to learn more about the charter high school. Guests will also be treated to a behind the scenes look at MetLife Stadium as preparations are made for the2014 NYC/NJ Super Bowl and live entertainment by Valarie Adams & the Dimension Band.