- Grant Seekers
Given that high-quality education is a key driver of social and economic mobility and essential to equitable opportunity for all, the Foundation invests in organizations, programs, and projects that achieve results aligned with the two objectives outlined below. We give priority to initiatives in our areas of interest that expand or enhance multiple programs or schools across a system or network. As a general rule, we do not provide support for individual early childhood programs, or individual district schools, charter schools, public universities, or private colleges/universities. Please note that the "Results Sought" reflect the specific outcomes of interest to us.
Provide disadvantaged children and youth with more high-quality learning time through early childhood education and afterschool, summer, and expanded learning programs.
To help support the academic success and persistence of students from underserved communities at particularly vulnerable stages in the academic pipeline and in fields in which they are traditionally underrepresented
To help expand the College Success Program for New York City youth
The Boys' Club of New York
$120,000 (over two years)
To help support the Independent School Placement Program
Breakthrough New York, Inc.
To provide general operating support for Breakthrough New York
Cristo Rey New York High School
To provide general support
Early Steps, Inc.
To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level
East Harlem Tutorial Program, Inc.
$170,000 (over two years)
To provide support for EHTP's continuum of out-of-school time and college success programming for underserved children and youth
Education Clinic, Inc. (aka St. Aloysius Education Clinic)
To help support the Academic Achievement and Cultural Enrichment Program (AACE) for academically promising inner-city children
To help support the College Completion Innovation Fund
$120,000 (over two years)
To provide general support for this academically rigorous independent school
Harlem Educational Activities Fund, Inc.
To help support HEAF's continuum of out-of-school-time educational and youth development programs for underserved minority students throughout New York City
Inner-City Scholarship Fund, Inc.
To help support the Job Opportunities Program (JOP), which provides job-readiness workshops, college-preparation mentorships, and summer internships for highly motivated, low-income high school juniors and seniors from inner-city Catholic high schools
Jewish Home Lifecare Manhattan (formerly The Jewish Home and Hospital for Aged)
To help support the Geriatric Career Development (GCD) Program
Legal Outreach, Inc.
To help support the College Bound Program
The New York Opportunity Network, Inc. dba The Opportunity Network
To help provide low-income public high school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges
The Posse Foundation, Inc.
$100,000 (over two years)
To help support the Posse New York STEM Posse Program
Prep for Prep
To provide capacity building support to help create a dedicated communications team and expand and improve Prep's overall communication efforts
Read Alliance, Inc. (formerly Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation, Inc. dba Read Alliance)
To provide general support for READ's early literacy work in New York City
Student/Sponsor Partnership, Inc.
To help support services for SSP's students, mentors, and partner schools
Summer on the Hill
To provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx
The Urban Dove, Inc.
To help support the College All-Stars program
Increase access to and success in high-quality post-secondary educational opportunities.
The B.E.L.L. Foundation, Inc.
To help support programmatic activities for scholars in BELL Summer in New York City
The B.E.L.L. Foundation, Inc.
$50,000 (over fifteen months)
To help build the New York office's capacity in fundraising
Center for Family Life in Sunset Park
To help support the Life Lines Community Arts Project
Citizen Schools, Inc.
$75,000 (over two years)
To help support a network of afterschool programs in New York City
Child Care, Inc. dba Center for Children's Initiatives
To help support training and consultation to early childhood programs to implement the Devereux Early Childhood Assessment System and promote the social/emotional development of young children
To help support Classroom, Inc.'s school day, afterschool, and summer programming in inner-city Catholic schools
Entrepreneurial Ventures in Education (dba Summer Advantage USA)
To provide program support for a free, high-quality and transformative summer learning experience for middle school children who attend NYC public schools in Zone 126 in Queens
Fund for the City of New York, Inc.
To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City
George Jackson Academy
To provide general operating support for this transformative elementary and middle school program for low-income boys in New York City
Good Shepherd Services
To help support their afterschool and summer programs in East New York and Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn
Growth Philanthropy Network
To help support formation of a New York City Early Childhood Working Group
Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center
To provide capacity building support to help enhance the after school program
Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, Inc.
To help support the Explorers Academy afterschool program and efforts to pilot and refine instructional approaches to preventing summer learning loss
New York Interschool Association, Inc.
To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools and provide capacity building support to explore new funding sources and opportunities, work more effectively and efficiently with technology to do recruitment and candidate profiling, and develop an innovative program to help retain new faculty in independent schools
ParentChild+ Inc. (FKA The Parent-Child Home Program, Inc.)
$200,000 (over two years)
To help support implementation of the Parent-Child Home Program with family child care providers and an evaluation of the PCHP for Family Childcare Care model
Phipps Neighborhoods, Inc.
To help support the Education and Learning Initiative, designed to strengthen academic services across the Youth Services Division, and to extend it to programming for out-of-school youth
Storefront Academy Harlem (aka The Children's Storefront)
$50,000 (over two years)
To help provide general operating support for this tuition-free private school which serves children in prekindergarten through 8th grade
Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation
To help support expansion of the Home-based Childcare Training Institute's early childhood education training and CDA credentialing program for home-based childcare providers