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The 52nd Street Project, Inc.
2016 - $35,000

To build fundraising, marketing, and programming capacity

2015 - $35,000

To help support the "Fund for the Future" Campaign

2009 - $35,000

To help support NEW PLATFORMS, a creative and theatrical arts initiative for underserved children and youth

2008 - $35,000

To help support NEW PLATFORMS, a creative and theatrical arts initiative

Aaron Davis Hall, Inc. dba Harlem Stage
2019 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the development and initial implementation of a five-year strategic plan

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc.
2020 - $60,000 (over two years)

To provide direct assistance, information and training to low-income, vulnerable New York City families who are trying to obtain the support and services their children need to succeed in school

2019 - $30,000

To provide direct assistance and training to low-income, vulnerable New York City families who are trying to obtain the support and services their children need to succeed in school

2018 - $30,000

To provide direct assistance and training to low-income, vulnerable New York City families who are trying to obtain the support and services their children need to succeed in school

ALIGN: the Alliance for a Greater New York
2013 - $20,000

To provide operating support for the New York Caring Across Generations Initiative

2012 - $15,000 (over six months)

To help support the NYC Care Connections survey and development of a policy agenda addressing the long-term-care gap for older adults and the disabled by creating new, quality home-care jobs

All Our Kin
2020 - $50,000

To help support the Tool Kit Licensing Program, Education Coaching Program, Business Development Program, and professional learning offerings

2018 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To expand All Our Kin's proven model for raising the quality, availability, and sustainability of family child care in New York City

2017 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To bring All Our Kin's proven model for raising the quality, availability, and sustainability of family child care to New York City

Alliance for the Arts, Inc.
2010 - $35,000

To help support the Alliance's participation in the Support Center for Nonprofit Management's Executive Search & Transition Management program

Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, Inc.
2017 - $60,000 (over two years)

To support The Ailey School Scholarship Program and The Ailey Athletic Boys Program

2014 - $90,000 (over three years)

To help support the Ailey School Scholarship Program and the Ailey Athletic Boys Program

2011 - $90,000 (over three years)

To help support the Ailey School Scholarship Program and the Ailey Athletic Boys Program

2010 - $30,000

To help support the High School Fellowship Program and the Ailey Athletic Boys Scholarship Program

2009 - $30,000

To help support the High School Fellowship Program and the Ailey Athletic Boys Scholarship Program

2008 - $30,000

To help support the High School Fellowship Program and the Ailey Athletic Boys Scholarship Program

America On Tech, Inc. (FKA New York On Tech)
2020 - $50,000

To support AOT’s TECH360 and Tech Flex Leaders Programs designed to deliver out-of-school-time technology education and internships for underserved NYC high school students

2019 - $50,000

To help support out-of-school-time technology education programs for underserved students

2018 - $35,000

To help support out-of-school time technology education programs for underserved students

American Ballet Theatre
2016 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help provide organizational capacity building support

American Composers Orchestra, Inc.
2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for American Composers Orchestra, as the organization implements its new multi-year Strategic Plan

American Museum of Natural History
2016 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for the Museum’s Education Department in preparation for the new Gilder Center for Science, Education and Innovation, scheduled to open in 2020

2014 - $120,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for the Museum's Youth Initiatives (YI) pipeline of out-of-school programs

Amigos del Museo del Barrio, Inc.
2016 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support for El Museo's education programs, including the further implementation of the new cross-program initiative, The Curious Life

2014 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support for El Museo's education programs and services, including the new initiative, 'The Curious Life'

2013 - $110,000

Divided as follows: $75,000 to help support El Museo del Barrio's non-school Family Programs and Cultural Celebrations; and $35,000 for capacity building during the period of executive transition

2010 - $225,000 (over three years)

To help support El Museo's non-school Family Programs and Cultural Celebrations

Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York, Inc.
2018 - $85,000 (over two years)

To help support and expand A.R.T./New York's programs and services for New York City's Off and Off Off Broadway theatres

2015 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the final phase of The Campaign for the A.R.T./New York Theatres, a campaign to secure affordable performance space for New York City's Off and Off Off Broadway theatres over the next 99 years

2013 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the preparation and execution of The Campaign for the A.R.T./New York Theatres, a campaign to secure affordable performance space for New York City's Off and Off Off Broadway theatres over the next 99 years

The Art of Problem Solving Foundation
2019 - $50,000

To support the Bridge to Enter Mathematics program in New York City

2018 - $65,000

To support the expansion of Bridge to Enter Advanced Mathematics programming growth in New York City

Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, Inc.
2009 - $40,000

To help support the Health Science Academy for minority youth and young adults

2008 - $40,000

To help support the Health Science Academy for minority youth and young adults

ArtsConnection, Inc.
2019 - $25,000 (over fourteen months)

To support ArtsConnection’s Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC), Take 5, and Teen Advisory Council (TAC) programs

2018 - $25,000

To help support ArtsConnection’s Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC), Take 5, and Teen Advisory Council (TAC) programs

2017 - $35,000

To help support the Take 5 and Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

2016 - $35,000

To help support the Take 5 and Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

2016 - $25,000

To help support Anticipating and Managing Organizational Change, ArtsConnection's strategic planning process

2015 - $35,000

To help support the Take 5 and Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

2014 - $25,000

To help support the Take 5 and the Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

2013 - $25,000

To help support the Take 5 and the Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

2012 - $25,000

To help support the Take 5 and the Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

2011 - $25,000

To help support the Take 5 and the Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

2010 - $25,000

To help support the Take 5 and the Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) programs

2009 - $25,000

To help support High 5's Take 5 and Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) Programs

ArtsPool, a project of Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York, Inc.
2020 - $100,000

Divided as follows: $50,000 to support ArtsPool's efforts to fully roll out two new, more flexible and affordable services and $50,000 to help ArtsPool to establish an operating reserve fund

2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support to help ArtsPool strengthen its operations as it expands the number of nonprofit arts organizations it serves in the areas of finance, workforce administration, and compliance

2016 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support to help ArtsPool expand its administrative-infrastructure services to nonprofit arts organizations in the areas of finance, workforce administration, and compliance

Association of Fundraising Professionals New York City Chapter
2013 - $2,500 (over six months)

To help support the Real-Time Grantmaking professional development practicum of Fundraising Day in New York 2013

The Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development, Inc.
2020 - $75,000

To provide data, policy, advocacy, and capacity-building support that helps change systems in New York City that prevent low-wealth populations from remaining in their homes and communities

2018 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support data-driven policy research and advocacy to help inform and shape the implementation and development of affordable housing in communities throughout NYC

2016 - $140,000 (over two years)

To help promote the creation and preservation of affordable housing in New York City

2014 - $140,000 (over two years)

To help promote the creation and preservation of affordable housing in New York City

2013 - $100,000

Divided as follows: $75,000 to help launch the planning phase of the Change Capital Fund, a new initiative of the Neighborhood Opportunities Fund, and $25,000 to help provide transition support for the Initiative for Neighborhood and Community Organizing

2012 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support activities to promote the creation and preservation of affordable housing in New York City

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Neighborhood Opportunities Fund

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Permanent Affordability Advocacy Campaign to stem the loss of affordable housing in New York City

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Permanent Affordability Advocacy Campaign to stem the loss of affordable housing in New York City

2010 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support the Neighborhood Opportunities Fund

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Permanent Affordability Advocacy Campaign to stem the loss of affordable housing in New York City

Ballet Hispanico of New York, Inc.
2016 - $25,000

For general operating support and as a final grant

2015 - $25,000

To help support its School of Dance and scholarship program for talented and underserved students

2014 - $25,000

To help support the need-based scholarship program at the School of Dance for talented low-income youth, and the recruitment and retention of students from underserved communities and/or low-income families

2013 - $25,000

To help support the need-based scholarship program at the School of Dance and the recruitment and retention of students from underserved communities and/or low-income families

2012 - $25,000

To help support its School of Dance and scholarship program for talented and underserved students

2011 - $25,000

To help support its School of Dance and scholarship program for talented and underserved students

2010 - $25,000

To help support the Ballet Hispanico Scholarship Fund for talented and underserved youth

2009 - $25,000

To help support the Ballet Hispanico Scholarship Fund for talented, low-income youth

2008 - $25,000

To help support the Ballet Hispanico Scholarship Fund for talented, low-income youth

Ballet Tech Foundation, Inc.
2018 - $50,000 (over two years)

To help support citywide auditions for public elementary school children and provide tuition-free ballet training, from beginner through the pre-professional level, for students from underserved backgrounds

2017 - $30,000

To help support citywide auditions for public elementary school children and provide tuition-free ballet training, from beginner to pre-professional level, for students from underserved backgrounds

2016 - $35,000

To help support citywide auditions for public elementary school children and provide tuition-free training, from beginner- to pre-professional-level, for 675 students from underserved backgrounds

2015 - $35,000

To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth

2014 - $35,000

To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth

2013 - $35,000

To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth

2012 - $35,000

To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth

2011 - $40,000

To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth

2010 - $40,000

To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth

2009 - $40,000

To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth

2008 - $40,000

To help support Ballet Tech's program of pre-professional dance training for underserved youth

Bank Street College of Education
2012 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support the Liberty LEADS college preparation and leadership development program for inner-city youth

2010 - $210,000 (over two years)

To help support the Liberty LEADS college preparation and leadership development program for inner-city youth

2009 - $210,000 (over two years)

To help support the Liberty LEADS college preparation and leadership development program for inner-city youth

Barnard College
2020 - $50,000 (over sixteen months)

To help support college transition, persistence, and success programming for students with high financial need

2019 - $50,000

To strengthen and extend programs serving disadvantaged students and help support the academic success and persistence of these students at particularly vulnerable stages in the academic pipeline

2018 - $50,000

To strengthen and extend programs serving disadvantaged students and help support the academic success and persistence of these students at particularly vulnerable stages in the academic pipeline

2017 - $50,000

To strengthen programs serving disadvantaged students and help support the academic success and persistence of these students at particularly vulnerable stages in the academic pipeline

2016 - $65,000

To help support the academic success and persistence of students from underserved communities at particularly vulnerable stages in the academic pipeline and build the capacity of staff, faculty advisors, and mentors working with first-generation, low-income students

2015 - $50,000

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

2014 - $50,000

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

2013 - $50,000 (over fourteen months)

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

2012 - $50,000

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

2011 - $50,000

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

2010 - $50,000

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

2009 - $50,000

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

Baryshnikov Arts Center
2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help provide capacity building support for board and fund development and community engagement

Beam Center Inc.
2020 - $50,000

To provide general operating support for Beam Center’s work with NYC Youth

2019 - $50,000

To support the expansion of Beam's out-of-school-time programming for high school youth

2018 - $50,000

To support BeamWorks Youth Apprentices and Teen Instructors, a training program for low-income public high school students

2017 - $50,000

To help support the expansion of the BeamWorks Youth Apprentices program

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation
2015 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support a capacity building project to integrate Restoration's performance and data management systems for workforce development and asset building, and youth development

2014 - $30,000 (over four months)

To help support the feasibility phase of a capacity building project to integrate Restoration's performance and data management systems for workforce development and asset building

The B.E.L.L. Foundation, Inc.
2017 - $100,000

To support BELL’s technical assistance partnership with the Office of Community Schools at the New York City Department of Education for the 2017 Summer in the City program, which seeks to serve approximately 400 scholars at 10 Community Schools in New York City

2016 - $100,000

To help support a BELL Technical Assistance Summer Program partnership with the New York City Department of Education (DOE) and the Office of Community Schools (OCS) serving 390 scholars at five community schools in NYC

2015 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To help build the New York office's capacity in fundraising

2015 - $100,000

To help support programmatic activities for scholars in BELL Summer in New York City

2014 - $150,000

To be divided as follows: $100,000 to help support programmatic activities for scholars in BELL Summer in New York City; and $50,000 to help build regional capacity and sustainability

2012 - $300,000 (over two years)

Divided as follows: $100,000 a year to help support BELL Summer in New York City; and $50,000 a year to help support program improvements and capacity building in New York City and provide matching funds for a federal Social Innovation Fund grant for FY13 and FY14

2010 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support BELL Summer in New York City

2008 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help expand the BELL Summer Learning Initiative in New York City

The Big Apple Circus, LTD.
2009 - $25,000

To help support the Clown Care program at hospitals in New York City

The Billie Holiday Theatre, Inc.
2020 - $150,000 (over two years)

To support the continued expansion and integration of education programs and the creation of a comprehensive platform that connects individuals at multiple life stages to world-class art making and creative expression

BoardAssist
2018 - $40,000 (over two years)

To help support board recruitment and consulting services for the New York nonprofit community

2017 - $25,000

To help support board consulting services for the New York nonprofit community

2016 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

2015 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

2014 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

2013 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

2012 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

2011 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

2010 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

2009 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

2008 - $25,000

To help nonprofit organizations in New York City identify and recruit engaged and productive new board members

Bottom Line
2019 - $250,000 (over two years)

To support the Bottom Line College Success Program in New York

2017 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support Bottom Line’s growing College Success Program

2015 - $200,000

To help expand the College Success Program for New York City youth

2014 - $75,000

To help expand the College Success Program to serve 795 New York City youth

2013 - $50,000

To provide support for expanding the College Success Program for New York City youth

Bowery Residents' Committee, Inc.
2015 - $45,000

For a final grant to help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program

2014 - $45,000

To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program

2013 - $50,000

To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program

2012 - $50,000

To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program

2008 - $50,000

To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program

The Boys' Club of New York
2018 - $25,000

To fund professional development that supports the creation of a college-going culture within the Boys’ Club of New York

2015 - $120,000 (over two years)

To help support the Independent School Placement Program

2013 - $120,000 (over two years)

To help support the Independent School Placement Program

2011 - $120,000 (over two years)

To help support the Independent School Placement Program

2010 - $60,000

To help support the Independent School Placement Program

2009 - $60,000

To help support the Independent School Placement Program

2008 - $60,000

To help support the Independent School Placement Program

Breaking Ground Housing Development Fund Corporation (FKA Common Ground Community H.D.F.C., Inc.)
2020 - $75,000

To help address essential client needs and risks to organizational sustainability brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic

2019 - $50,000 (over eight months)

To support planning for a major pilot project in Queens to test strategies to improve connectivity to and use of healthcare by the chronically homeless

2018 - $100,000

To help support an assessment of health-supportive services

Breakthrough New York, Inc.
2016 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the College Bound Program

2015 - $50,000

To provide general operating support for Breakthrough New York

2014 - $35,000

To provide general operating support

2013 - $50,000

Divided as follows: $35,000 to help support Breakthrough New York's college access programming and $15,000 to help support strategic planning

2012 - $35,000

To provide general operating support for Breakthrough New York

2011 - $35,000

To provide general operating support for Breakthrough New York

BRIC Arts \ Media \ Brklyn, Inc.
2017 - $50,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for the Downtown Brooklyn Arts Alliance to further the organization’s impact in the areas of advocacy, member services, and strengthening the cultural infrastructure of Downtown Brooklyn

The Bridge, Inc.
2014 - $45,000

As a final grant to support an increased rate of formal enrollment in CBC's Health Home, as well as quality-assurance activities aimed at improving quality of care and avoiding preventable hospital use by Health Home enrollees

2013 - $35,000 (over six months)

To support continued capacity building by Coordinated Behavioral Care, Inc. as needed to operate and grow its four-borough Health Home program consistent with NYS requirements

2012 - $100,000 (over 18 months)

To support start-up of Coordinated Behavioral Care, Inc., and development of its capacity to coordinate and provide care management and support for Medicaid recipients with multiple health, mental health, and behavioral health conditions

Bronx Children's Museum
2019 - $125,000 (over two years)

To help the Bronx Children's Museum achieve institutional readiness, open its permanent home, and successfully operate as a museum “with and without” walls during its first year

2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Bronx Children's Museum as it moves from the pre-launch stage to the actual opening of its completed facility in the former Old Terminal Market Powerhouse

2016 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building funds to continue the development of the Bronx Children's Museum through its pre-launch stage

2015 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building funds to continue the development of the new children's museum in the Bronx

2014 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building funds to continue the development of this new children's museum in the Bronx

2013 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building funds to continue the development of this new children's museum in the Bronx

2012 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building funds to continue the development of this new children's museum in the Bronx

2011 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building funds to complete the pre-site development phase and first year of exhibit and site development for this new children's museum in the Bronx

2010 - $50,000

To help provide start-up funds to create a children's museum in the Bronx

Bronx Community Relief Effort, a project of DreamYard Project, Inc.
2020 - $150,000

To provide support to the Bronx Community Relief Effort to help stabilize Bronx nonprofits during the COVID-19 pandemic

The Bronx Museum of the Arts
2016 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help upgrade and integrate the Bronx Museum's digital technologies

Bronx River Alliance, Inc.
2018 - $125,000 (over two years)

To help coordinate capital improvements and promote public use of the Bronx River Greenway

2016 - $130,000 (over two years)

To help support the Bronx River Greenway Program, which helps to coordinate capital improvements and promote public use of the Greenway

2014 - $135,000 (over two years)

To help support the Greenway Program and River Stewardship Programs

2012 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the Greenway Program

2011 - $75,000

To help support the Greenway Program

2010 - $75,000

To help support the Greenway and River Stewardship Programs

2009 - $75,000

To help support the Greenway and Education Programs

2008 - $75,000

To help support the Greenway and Education Programs

Bronxworks, Inc.
2019 - $75,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support the development and implementation of a data system that will enhance service delivery and the documentation of outcomes

2012 - $25,000

As a final grant to support the Center for Achieving Future Education college access program

2011 - $30,000

To help support the Center for Achieving Future Education college access program

2010 - $40,000

To help support the Center for Achieving Future Education college access program

2009 - $40,000

To help support the Center for Achieving Future Education college access program

2008 - $40,000

To help support the Center for Achieving Future Education (CAFE) college access program (Formerly Citizens Advice Bureau, Inc.)

Brooklyn Academy of Music, Inc.
2016 - $175,000 (over two years)

To help create an effective "BAM Virtual Season" distance-learning program and enhance BAM's online study guides for K-12 teachers

2014 - $50,000

To continue and expand BAM's three-year evaluation initiative, in partnership with the McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research, to measure and ensure the effectiveness of BAM Education programming

2013 - $175,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for BAM's Education programming expansion in the Richard B. Fisher Building

2010 - $275,000 (over three years)

To support the planning, piloting, and implementation of new and expanded education, humanities, and professional development programs in the new Richard B. Fisher Building

2008 - $60,000

To help support the BAM Intern Program

Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc.
2014 - $50,000

To provide capacity-building support to strengthen BAC's technological infrastructure and expand usage of the Council's website and online services by artists, arts and administraTors, arts patrons, and consumers

Brooklyn Botanic Garden Corporation
2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Garden Apprentice Program (GAP) over two years as it works to achieve youth development goals, integrate a new College Prep program, and introduce program improvements

2015 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Garden Apprentice program for middle and high school youth

2013 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Garden Apprentice Program for middle and high school youth

2011 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Garden Apprentice Program for middle and high school youth

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Garden Apprentice Program for middle and high school youth

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Garden Apprentice Program for middle- and high-school youth

2008 - $50,000

To help support the Garden Apprentice Program for middle- and high-school youth

Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy, Inc.
2015 - $50,000

To help support a Strategic Plan, in concert with Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation, that will provide a detailed plan for public programming in the park over the next five years

2011 - $25,000

To help build the sustainability of the park by developing and launching a laddered membership campaign

Brooklyn Children's Museum
2008 - $350,000 (over four years)

To help support PlayNet, a new research, training, implementation, and evaluation initiative focusing on the benefits of play and play facilitation for early childhood development

Brooklyn Community Foundation
2012 - $75,000

To help support the Brooklyn Recovery Fund

2011 - $25,000

As a final grant to help support the New York City Haitian Community Hope and Healing Fund

2010 - $75,000

As a special contribution to help launch the New York City Haitian Community Hope and Healing Fund

Brooklyn Friends School
2014 - $80,000 (over two years)

To be divided as follows: $15,000 each year to help support the Horizons academic enrichment program at Brooklyn Friends School; and $25,000 each year to support capacity building in fundraising

2013 - $35,000

To help support the Horizons academic enrichment program at Brooklyn Friends School

2012 - $35,000

To help support the Horizons academic enrichment program at Brooklyn Friends School

2011 - $35,000

To help support the Horizons academic enrichment program at Brooklyn Friends School

2010 - $35,000

To help support the Horizons summer academic enrichment program at Brooklyn Friends School

2009 - $35,000

To help support the Horizons summer academic enrichment program at Brooklyn Friends School

2008 - $35,000

To help launch the Horizons at BFS summer academic enrichment program at Brooklyn Friends School

Brooklyn Greenway Initiative, Inc.
2020 - $100,000 (over two years)

To conduct the first comprehensive technology-enabled user study of the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway

2014 - $30,000

To help support the development of an Adopt-a-Greenway program to help maintain initial segments of the Brooklyn Waterfront Greenway

Brooklyn Kindergarten Society
2019 - $75,000

To provide early education and learning activities to more than 400 children in Brooklyn's vulnerable neighborhoods and professional development to staff

2018 - $75,000

To provide early education and learning activities to more than 400 children in Brooklyn's vulnerable neighborhoods and professional development to staff

2016 - $200,000 (over two years)

To be divided as follow: $75,000 each year to support BKS' early childhood centers, and an additional $50,000 in year one to support the expansion of BKS' work with family child care providers and programming for adults and families in Weeksville Gardens

2014 - $175,000 (over two years)

To be divided as follows: $75,000 each year to help accelerate the development of literacy and math skills for at-risk preschoolers in Brooklyn; and an additional $25,000 in the first year to help support a pilot program with Family Child Care Providers

2012 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help accelerate the development of literacy and math skills for at-risk preschoolers in Brooklyn

2011 - $50,000

To support accelerating the development of literacy and math skills for at-risk preschoolers in Brooklyn

2009 - $100,000 (over two years)

To support BKS in accelerating the development of children’s language and cognitive skills and supporting parents with literacy activities they can do at home

2008 - $45,000

To help support the Partnership for Literacy Success

Brooklyn Public Library
2019 - $50,000

To support the second-year pilot of Brooklyn Public Library (BPL)’s Team up to Read, an eight-week literacy program for children ages 5-9 and their caregivers

2017 - $96,000 (over fifteen months)

To launch Team Up to Read, a six-week family workshop series at 20 libraries and provide enhanced early literacy reference materials for parents in order to strengthen reading skills among children ages 5-9

2016 - $100,000 (over fifteen months)

To expand its First Five Years initiative to include multilingual programs and resources and to equip children’s librarians with tools for improving access to information and services

2014 - $100,000 (over fifteen months)

To help launch the First Five Years Outreach Initiative

2013 - $100,000

To help support the First Five Years early literacy program and specifically Ready, Set, Kindergarten

2012 - $100,000

To help support First Five Years programming, including Weekend Stories; Ready, Play, Grow; and Ready, Set, Kindergarten, a new summertime initiative

2011 - $100,000

To sustain the expansion of First Five Years programming by presenting a third year of Weekend Stories and a second year of Read, Play, Grow

2010 - $100,000

To continue the expansion of First Five Years programming by offering Saturday early literacy workshops at fourteen branches and launching the Brooklyn Builds Readers program

2009 - $100,000

To help support the First Five Years Initiative and provide capacity building support in outcome measurement

Brooklyn Youth Chorus Academy, Inc.
2018 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support the Choral Music Education and Performance Program’s direct service to 700 socio-economically diverse young people, and to launch an Artistic Leadership and Training Initiative designed to help build artistic capacity, train junior staff, and cultivate a future leadership succession path

2016 - $150,000 (over two years)

To support the Choral Music Education and Performance Program and launch a School Management and Communications Initiative

2014 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the Choral Music Education and Performance Program, and provide capacity building support to help implement further key elements of BYCA's Strategic Plan

2012 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the Choral Music Education and Performance Program, and provide a capacity building grant to help develop their Artistic and Audience Development Initiative

2010 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help provide high-caliber vocal musical instruction and performance opportunities for young people from diverse backgrounds and significantly expand BYCA's artistic and organizational capacity

2009 - $80,000 (over two years)

To help provide high caliber vocal musical instruction and professional-level performance opportunities to young people from diverse racial, economic, and cultural backgrounds

Calvary Hospital, Inc.
2013 - $125,000 (over two years)

To support expansion of Calvary's capacity to offer the full continuum of out-of-hospital palliative and hospice care across all five boroughs, with a particular focus on Manhattan and the partnership with the Mary Manning Walsh home

2012 - $100,000

To provide a third year of support for refinement and evaluation of the Palliative Home-Care model

2011 - $100,000

To help support the second year of the Palliative Home-Care Project

2010 - $125,000

To help support the new Palliative Home-Care Project

2009 - $150,000

To help support the Calvary at Home Nursing Home Hospice Program and to help support the Inpatient Level of Care program that provides an alternative level of care for those at the very end of life

2008 - $150,000

To help support the Calvary @ Home Nursing Home Hospice Program and a new program that provides an alternate level of care for those at the very end of life

CAMBA, Inc.
2016 - $150,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support the introduction of a stratified model of care coordination into CAMBA’s Health Link Program for Medicaid enrollees with multiple, complex chronic illnesses, and allowing CAMBA to employ and evaluate the more intensive and evidence-based "Critical Time Intervention" approach with high-acuity high-need clients in crisis or confronting significant social or functional barriers to health

2010 - $35,000

To help fund the continued implementation of CAMBA's Performance-based Management System

2009 - $35,000

To help fund the continued implementation of CAMBA's Performance-based Management System

2008 - $50,000

To help implement their Performance-based Management System

Care for the Homeless
2019 - $75,000

To support the engagement of consultant(s) to assess and recommend improvements in revenue cycle and billing systems in light of organizational growth

2018 - $100,000

To support the capacity to scale up delivery of primary care to homeless individuals in accord with a coordinated, disease-management, treatment-to-goal model

2017 - $100,000

To expand the integrated model of condition-specific care management at the Susan’s Place open access health center, integrating behavioral health diagnoses, with the primary goal of changing acute care utilization, improving patient engagement, and ultimately improving health outcomes

2015 - $100,000

To help create a conceptual model of care for 100-125 homeless individuals with the primary goal to change their utilization behavior and improve their health outcomes

2014 - $60,000

To help support an intensive patient enrollment and engagement initiative, employing best practices to address systemic barriers to Medicaid enrollment and health care for homeless New Yorkers

CaringKind, The Heart of Alzheimer's Caregiving (formerly Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter)
2017 - $70,000 (over two years)

To support a Dementia Care Training for Professional Caregivers program

2017 - $75,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support the implementation and evaluation of a Train-the-Trainer Pilot Project for home health workers who care for individuals with Alzheimer's Disease and related dementias

2015 - $150,000

To help support the Dementia Care Training Program for Professional Caregivers ($100,000), and a one-year capacity building grant ($50,000)

2013 - $150,000

Divided as follows: $100,000 over two years to help support the Professional Home Care Workers Dementia Training Program and $50,000 to provide a one-time grant for capacity building support

2011 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Professional Home Care Workers Dementia Training Program

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Professional Home Care Workers Dementia Training Program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Professional Home Care Workers Dementia Training Program

2008 - $50,000

To help support and expand the Dementia Home Care Workers Training Program

The Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc. (aka Carter Burden Network)
2016 - $75,000 (over fifteen months)

To help develop a strategy and business case for sustainability of the Metro East 99th Street Hybrid Social Adult Day Program

2015 - $35,000

To provide planning support for an an impact study of Arts Intervention for Seniors in East Harlem

The Catholic Big Sisters & Big Brothers, Inc.
2014 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support to improve educational outcomes for young people from underserved communities

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York
2020 - $150,000

To support continued work on a new client data management system, and to contribute to direct client relief during the COVID-19 pandemic

2019 - $100,000

To support a project aimed at modernizing and strengthening client data management infrastructure

2018 - $100,000

To provide support for efforts to maintain, build, and enhance the capacity of existing programs and services, including emergency food sites, youth programs, and immigrant legal assistance

2018 - $50,000

To support recruitment, coordination, and supervision of volunteer law-student advocates and enhance capacity to meet increased demand for legal services, guidance, and information among immigrant New Yorkers

2017 - $165,000

Divided as follows: $140,000 to help strengthen and expand the provision of direct services to New Yorkers in need and build capacity across affiliated agencies, and $25,000 as a special one-time contribution for initiatives in conjunction with the Catholic Charities Centennial

2016 - $140,000

To provide capacity building, program development, and direct service support across CCANY's federated agencies

2015 - $150,000

To be divided as follows: $100,000 to provide general operating support and $50,000 to support capacity building work with federated agencies

2014 - $150,000

To be divided as follows: $100,000 to provide general operating support and $50,000 to support capacity building work with federated agencies

2013 - $150,000

Divided as follows: $100,000 to provide general operating support and $50,000 to support capacity building work with federated agencies

2012 - $50,000

As a special one-time contribution to help Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York respond to community needs, particularly those of vulnerable seniors and families, in New York City in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy

2012 - $150,000

Divided as follows: $100,000 to provide general operating support and $50,000 to support capacity building work with federated agencies

2011 - $150,000

Divided as follows: $100,000 to provide general operating support and $50,000 to support capacity building work with federated agencies

2010 - $150,000

To provide general operating support and to support capacity building work with federated agencies

2009 - $150,000

To provide general support and to support capacity building work with federated agencies

2008 - $200,000

To provide general support and support organizational development work with affiliated agencies, and to help develop a universal, integrated client information database system to accommodate all Catholic Charities Community Services programs

Catholic Charities Brooklyn and Queens
2019 - $150,000 (over fifteen months)

To help at-risk immigrants across Brooklyn and Queens by linking them to a range of legal and social services and preparing them and their families for the possibility of deportation or separation

2018 - $150,000 (over fifteen months)

To develop and pilot a multi-service  Immigrant Family Emergency Assistance Program aimed at strengthening immigrant family preparedness and support services

2016 - $100,000 (over fifteen months)

To further the development and implementation of the Call Center and Walk-In Center programs as efficient points of entry to appropriate agency (and external) services, and an all-client database and IT-based referral tracking system designed to support an integrated approach to case management

2015 - $100,000

To help support the Outreach & Integration program (formerly Parish & Community)

2014 - $75,000

To help support the Parish & Community program's efforts to strengthen client services, case management, and community outreach, along with its capacity to report on the results of these services

2013 - $75,000

To help support the Parish & Community program's efforts to strengthen client services, case management, and community outreach, along with its capacity to report on the results of these services

2012 - $75,000

To help support the Parish and Community program's efforts to strengthen client services, case management, community outreach, and advocacy, and an additional $50,000 to support one-time post-Hurricane Sandy relief efforts

2011 - $75,000

To build human resources capacity and strengthen staff training and private fundraising capacity

2010 - $75,000

To help sustain and enhance technological communication and infrastructure work and build management capacity in line with CCBQ's strategic plan

2008 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help build information technology and knowledge management capacity in line with CCBQ's strategic plan

Cause Effective, Inc.
2019 - $65,000 (over two years)

To support the entry, promotion, satisfaction, and success of professionals of color in fundraising within NYC nonprofits 

The Center for Arts Education, Inc.
2016 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help develop and launch ArtsEdMap, an easy-to-use, multi-lingual mapping tool, designed to provide access to New York City public schools’ arts-in-education data and information; and toward the first phase of a collective impact initiative to expand arts learning in one school district in Central Brooklyn

2015 - $50,000

To help support CAE's public engagement and advocacy initiative to build support for and expand arts education in the schools

2014 - $50,000

To help support CAE's public engagement and advocacy initiative to build support for and expand arts education in the schools

2013 - $50,000

To help support CAE's public engagement and advocacy initiative to build support for and expand arts education in the schools

2012 - $25,000

To help support CAE's public engagement and advocacy initiative to build support for and expand arts education in the schools

2011 - $25,000

To help support CAE's public engagement and advocacy initiative to build support for and expand arts education in the schools

2010 - $25,000

To help support CAE's public engagement and advocacy initiative to build support for and expand arts education in the schools

2009 - $25,000

To help support CAE’s public engagement and advocacy initiative to build support for and expand arts education in the schools

Center for Family Life in Sunset Park
2019 - $100,000 (over two years)

To support the positive growth and development of underserved youth in Sunset Park through the Life Lines Community Arts Project

2018 - $50,000

To support positive growth and development of underserved youth in Sunset Park through the Life Lines Community Arts Project

2017 - $50,000

To help support the positive growth and development of underserved youth in Sunset Park through the acquisition of pre-professional arts skills in Life Lines Community Arts Project

2016 - $50,000

To help support positive growth and the development of underserved youth in Sunset Park through the acquisition of pre-professional arts skills in the Life Lines Community Arts Project afterschool and summer arts program

2015 - $50,000

To help support the Life Lines Community Arts Project

2014 - $50,000

To help support the Center's Life Lines Community Arts project for underserved youth

2013 - $50,000

To help support the Center's Life Lines Community Arts project for underserved youth

2012 - $50,000

To help support the Center's Life Lines Community Arts project for underserved youth

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Center's Life Lines Community Arts project for underserved youth

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Center's Life Lines Community Arts Project for underserved youth

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Center's Life Lines Community Arts Project

2008 - $50,000

To help support the Center's Life Lines Community Arts Project

Center for Migration Studies of New York
2019 - $90,000 (over sixteen months)

To examine the extent to which fear inhibits access to public services, programs, and benefits by New York City immigrants

Center for New York City Neighborhoods, Inc.
2018 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support direct services to New York City’s low- and moderate-income homeowners through a citywide network of community-based partners; to explore new models for harnessing the network’s capacity and impact; and to support capacity building and new project development by the Center

2016 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support foreclosure prevention services for homeowners and foster more integrated systems to promote and preserve affordable homeownership in New York City

2014 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support foreclosure prevention services for homeowners throughout New York City

2012 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support foreclosure prevention services for homeowners throughout New York City

2010 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support foreclosure prevention services for homeowners throughout New York City.

2008 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help New Yorkers facing foreclosure as a result of high-cost loans, and provide start-up support for the Center

Center for Urban Community Services, Inc.
2019 - $50,000

To support evaluation of the impact of Janian Medical Care on patient health outcomes, healthcare utilization, and expenditure

2018 - $35,000

To help support the Janian Medical Care Billing Infrastructure Project and its expanded focus on Medicaid billing for psychiatric services

2017 - $65,000

To provide a second year of capacity-building support to maximize billing efficiency under Medicaid Managed Care and other contracts in an effort to achieve a diversified funding base for medical and psychiatric services delivered to homeless and formerly homeless individuals

2016 - $65,000

To help strengthen the infrastructure needed to maximize billing efficiency and achieve financial sustainability through Medicaid reimbursement for primary care services under newly executed Medicaid Managed Care contracts

Change Capital Fund, a project of United Way of New York City
2020 - $250,000 (over two years)

To help support the Change Capital Fund's efforts to strengthen neighborhood anchor institutions that seek to increase economic mobility among low-income people in high-poverty neighborhoods

2018 - $250,000 (over two years)

to help support the Change Capital Fund's efforts to strengthen neighborhood anchor institutions that seek to increase economic mobility among low-income people in high-poverty neighborhoods

2016 - $250,000 (over two years)

to help support the New York City Change Capital Fund donor collaborative

2014 - $250,000 (over two years)

to help support the New York City Change Capital Fund donor collaborative

Chess-in-the-Schools Inc.
2010 - $50,000

To help support the College Bound Program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the College Bound Program

Child Care, Inc. dba Center for Children's Initiatives
2015 - $50,000

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

2014 - $50,000

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

2013 - $50,000

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

2012 - $50,000

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

2011 - $50,000

To help support training and consultation to improve the quality of providers serving infants and toddlers

2010 - $50,000

To help support training and consultation to improve the quality of providers serving infants and toddlers

2009 - $20,500

To help expand Early Head Start Services in New York City

2008 - $50,000

To help support training and consultation to improve the quality of providers serving infants and toddlers

The Child Center of NY, Inc.
2019 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To improve access to primary care services for children in Queens communities by embedding pediatricians and hosting pediatric, family, and internal medicine residents within a community-based mental health and family services setting

2018 - $75,000 (over fifteen months)

To support an effort to better address social determinants of health by systematically conducting client needs assessments, referring for services and supports, and collaborating with Northwell Health to host, engage, and leverage the assistance of medical residents in this work

Children's Defense Fund - New York
2016 - $50,000 (over fourteen months)

To support the development of a report and recommendations that could shape the City's approach to addressing the significant health needs of some of its most vulnerable children -- e.g., homeless children/youth and unaccompanied immigrant minors -- through school-based health programs

2015 - $50,000

To help support CDF-NY's work in research, writing, public education, coalition building, and policy development with regard to how school-based health services should be designed and implemented in New York City; a series of issue briefs will be developed providing recommendations on the construction of healthcare service delivery models in schools

2014 - $50,000

To help support access by children and families to health insurance and enrollment assistance on New York's online health benefits marketplace, and to promote a plan to improve quality health care offered to public school students in NYC

2013 - $50,000

To help support access by children and families to health insurance and enrollment assistance under New York's Health Benefits Exchange, and a preliminary investigation into models for improved school-based health care in NYC

2012 - $35,000

To help support advocacy objectives related to children and families in New York's Health Insurance Exchange

2011 - $35,000

To help CDF-NY provide technical assistance, education, and advocacy support to community-based organizations that work to connect consumers to health insurance coverage

2010 - $50,000

To help CDF-NY provide technical assistance, education, and advocacy support to community-based organizations who work to connect consumers to health insurance coverage

2009 - $50,000

To develop community health profiles that synthesize data on child health outcomes and barriers to care such as environmental risks and the lack of access to health providers

2008 - $51,500

To help launch a feasibility study of coordinating New York's public health insurance with diverse social welfare programs including the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC), child care, school meals, and Women Infants and Children (WIC) programs

The Children's Health Fund
2018 - $75,000

To utilize a screening tool with homeless families to identify social factors hindering efforts to regain and retain housing, and to develop and pilot a Homelessness Risk Assessment Tool for use by primary care providers to identify and address risk factors of homelessness in their patients

2010 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the Developmental and Behavioral Health Program at the new Center for Child Health and Resiliency in the South Bronx

2008 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support Phase II of the Healthy Connections program, a coordinated system of outreach, linkages, and referrals that meet the health needs of children in Harlem

Children's Museum of Manhattan
2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support a two-year capacity building assessment and redesign of CMOM’s business practices related to programming, staff, and community expansion in preparation for the Museum's move to West 96th Street

2015 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for a communications initiative to support current programmatic and long-term institutional goals

The Children's Storefront (aka Storefront Academy Harlem)
2013 - $50,000

To help support the High School Placement and Alumni Relations Initiative

2012 - $50,000

To help support the High School Placement and Alumni Relations Initiative

2011 - $50,000

To help support the High School Placement and Alumni Relations Initiative

2010 - $50,000

To help support the High School Placement and Alumni Relations Department

2009 - $50,000

To help support the High School Placement and Alumni Relations Department

2008 - $50,000

To help support the High School Placement and Alumni Relations Department

Chinese-American Planning Council Inc.
2020 - $70,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support early literacy programming and related quality improvement efforts

Citizen Schools, Inc.
2017 - $75,000

To help support the Citizen Schools Expanded Learning Time program in New York City

2015 - $75,000 (over two years)

To help support a network of afterschool programs in New York City

2013 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support a network of afterschool programs in New York City

2011 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support a network of afterschool programs in New York City

2010 - $100,000

To help support a network of afterschool programs in New York City

2008 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help launch and operate a network of after school programs in New York City

Citizens' Committee for Children of New York, Inc.
2020 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for CCC's work on behalf of New York City's children and youth

2019 - $35,000 (over fourteen months)

To help support a public education campaign with the goal of building public awareness and public will to address the issue of family homelessness

2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for CCC's work on behalf of New York City's children and youth

2018 - $20,000

To develop a public awareness video series to engage New Yorkers in the Campaign for Children (C4C) priorities

2016 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for CCC's work on behalf of New York City's children and youth

2016 - $20,000

To help support the Campaign for Children (C4C)

2015 - $20,000

To help support the Campaign for Children

2014 - $20,000

To help support the Campaign for Children

2014 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for CCC's work on behalf of children and families

2013 - $20,000

To help support the Campaign for Children

2012 - $100,000

To provide general operating support for CCC's work on behalf of children and families (over two years)

2012 - $20,000

To help support the Campaign for Children

2011 - $45,000

To help support Citizens' Committee for Children's work on behalf of children and families

2010 - $45,000

To help support CCC's work on behalf of children and families

2009 - $45,000

To help support CCC's work on behalf of children and families

2008 - $40,000

To help support CCC's work on behalf of children and families

Citizens Union Foundation, Inc.
2020 - $30,000 (over two years)

For operational support of Gotham Gazette, including daily reporting and the development of in-depth series

2019 - $5,000

To support Gotham Gazette, the flagship online publication of Citizens Union

2016 - $15,000

To provide general support for Gotham Gazette and a $10,000 one-time capacity building grant to help achieve the goals of the strategic plan, particularly around branding and the launch of a new website

2015 - $15,000

To help improve Gotham Gazette and strengthen their development capacity

2012 - $5,000

To help support Gotham Gazette

2011 - $5,000

To help support Gotham Gazette

2010 - $5,000

To help support Gotham Gazette

THE CITY, a project of TPF Special Assets Fund
2019 - $125,000 (over two years)

To support an independent, nonprofit newsroom dedicated to hard-hitting reporting that serves the people of New York

City Futures, Inc.
2018 - $50,000 (over eighteen months)

To research, prepare, and strategically disseminate a report on  Rethinking New York City's Senior Services:  A Blueprint for Improving Services for New York's Fast-Growing and Increasingly Diverse Senior Population

2018 - $25,000

For general support of the Center for an Urban Future’s research and advocacy

2016 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support to help influence workforce policy

2015 - $50,000

To help support the Center for an Urban Future's capacity for research and advocacy in the field of workforce development

2013 - $55,000

To be used over fifteen months to help increase the Center for an Urban Future's capacity for research and advocacy in the field of workforce development

2012 - $45,000

To help increase the Center for an Urban Future's capacity for research and advocacy in the field of workforce development

2008 - $75,000

To help develop a Human Capital Plan that articulates NYC's human capital needs over the next twenty years and recommends policy changes needed to ensure that the City is prepared to meet the demands of an evolving economy

City Harvest, Inc.
2009 - $25,000

To help support their work on behalf of hungry New Yorkers

City Lights Youth Theatre, Inc.
2009 - $20,000

To help support the Core Program and provide scholarship assistance for a high-quality theater education to a diverse group of young people

2008 - $20,000

To expand the Core Program of high-quality theater education and provide scholarship assistance to a diverse group of young people

City Limits
2019 - $30,000 (over two years)

To help support investigative reporting on New York City, with special attention to issues affecting marginalized communities

2018 - $15,000

To help support investigative reporting on the issues of New York City, especially those affecting marginalized communities

2016 - $75,000 (over two years)

To build a Customer Relationship Management (CRM) database and communication program that fuels the conversion of engaged readers to paid members and donors, expands outreach to new audiences and communities, and improves impact through targeted community engagement

City Parks Foundation, Inc.
2020 - $150,000

To support the NYC Green Relief & Recovery Fund

2019 - $120,000 (over two years)

To support the Partnerships for Parks program, which seeks to strengthen park stewardship and equity efforts across New York City

2017 - $120,000 (over two years)

To support the Partnerships for Parks suite of programs to strengthen park stewardship across New York City

2011 - $50,000

To help support Catalyst: Reclaiming the Waterfront, an initiative to improve parks at three underutilized sites in New York City

2010 - $75,000

To help support Catalyst: Reclaiming the Waterfront, an initiative to improve parks at three underutilized sites in New York City.

2009 - $75,000

To help support Catalyst: Reclaiming the Waterfront

2008 - $75,000

To help launch Catalyst: Reclaiming the Waterfront

The City University of New York, University Advancement, a project of Research Foundation of City University of New York
2020 - $150,000 (over nine months)

To help support the CUNY Chancellor's Emergency Relief Fund

The CityKids Foundation, Inc.
2013 - $40,000

To help support the CityKids performing arts program for inner-city youth

2012 - $40,000

To help support the CityKids performing arts program for inner-city youth

2011 - $35,000

To help support the CityKids performing arts program for inner-city youth

2010 - $35,000

To help support the CityKids performing arts program for inner-city youth

2009 - $35,000

To help support the CityKids performing arts program for inner-city youth

2008 - $35,000

To help support the CityKids Rep performing arts program for inner-city youth

Citymeals-on-Wheels
2020 - $50,000

To support the development of a five-year strategic plan for Citymeals-on-Wheels

CitySquash
2020 - $35,000

To support CitySquash’s comprehensive youth development program

2019 - $35,000

To support CitySquash's comprehensive youth development program

Civic Consulting USA
2016 - $50,000

To support refinement of a client-service model focused on public-sector agency transformation, including development and testing of a toolkit to be used in assessing the transformation readiness and capacity of its agency clients

2015 - $50,000

To help support this initiative to aggregate and coordinate the provision of high-capacity corporate pro bono support to the City of New York in health, economic development, environmental sustainability, education, affordable housing, and transportation

2014 - $50,000

To help support this initiative to aggregate and coordinate the provision of high-capacity corporate pro bono support to the City of New York in health, economic development, environmental sustainability, education, affordable housing, and transportation

2013 - $50,000

To help aggregate and coordinate the provision of high-capacity corporate pro bono support to the City of New York in economic development, environmental sustainability, education, affordable housing, public safety, and transportation

Claremont Neighborhood Centers, Inc.
2008 - $30,000

To help support the After School Education and Young Urban Pioneer programs for underserved youth

Classroom, Inc.
2019 - $65,000

To prepare NYC public school students to become tomorrow’s leaders through Read to Lead

2018 - $65,000

To increase Classroom, Inc.'s impact in New York City by creating a professional learning community with Catholic partner schools and by expanding the use of its products in summer and afterschool programs

2017 - $65,000

To help support Classroom Inc.'s work in inner-city Catholic schools

2016 - $75,000 (over sixteen months)

To help support Classroom, Inc.'s programming in inner-city Catholic schools

2015 - $75,000

To help support Classroom, Inc.'s school day, afterschool, and summer programming in inner-city Catholic schools

2014 - $75,000

To help support Classroom, Inc.'s school day, afterschool, and summer programming in inner-city Catholic schools and provide a new digital learning program to three schools

2013 - $85,000

To help support Classroom, Inc.'s school day, afterschool, and summer programming in six inner-city Archdiocese of New York schools and to strengthen the assessment and documentation of program impact

2012 - $75,000

To help support Classroom, Inc.'s school day, afterschool, and summer programming in inner-city Archdiocese of New York schools

2011 - $75,000

To help support Classroom, Inc.'s school day, after school, and summer programming in inner-city Archdiocese of New York schools

2010 - $75,000

To help support Classroom, Inc.'s school day, after school, and summer programming in inner-city Archdiocese of New York schools

2009 - $95,000

To help support Classroom, Inc.’s school day, after school, and summer programming in inner- city Archdiocese of New York schools

2008 - $95,500

To help expand Classroom, Inc.'s after school and summer programming in inner-city Archdiocese of New York schools

College Access: Research & Action (CARA)
2019 - $130,000 (over two years)

To improve CARA’s peer-to-peer college access and persistence training programs in NYC

College Summit, Inc.
2011 - $100,000

To be used over eighteen months to support its college access programs in New York City

2010 - $100,000

To help support the expansion of its college access programs in New York City

2009 - $50,000

To help support the expansion of its college access programs in New York City

Columbia University in the City of New York/Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery
2017 - $26,000

To complete a three-year capacity building project to create the Wallach Network of leading Manhattanville artists and community stakeholders and develop, pilot, implement, and begin to assess community-based arts and educational programming in the Wallach Gallery's new West Harlem location

2016 - $24,000 (over fifteen months)

To renew capacity building support to create a network of leading Manhattanville artists and community stakeholders and develop and pilot community-based arts and educational programming for the Wallach Gallery's new West Harlem location

Community Health Care Association of New York State
2020 - $100,000

Divided as follows:  $50,000 to help ensure equitable and sustainable access to "virtual" health care services for low-income New Yorkers, and $50,000 in general support

2017 - $35,000 (over six months)

To enhance the reporting and data-analytics capabilities of the Center for Primary Care Informatics (CPCI) in preparation for value-based payment and a role supporting Independent Practice Associations (IPAs) comprised of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)

2016 - $50,000 (over six months)

To support capacity building and planning aimed at strengthening its Center for Primary Care Informatics and related data-analytics support services for member clinics as they move toward the creation of Independent Practice Associations, and generally prepare for an era of value-based payment within NYS Medicaid

2015 - $65,000

To help support the development and delivery of a comprehensive two-day "train the trainer" workshop on Health Insurance and Financial Literacy training and create an Outreach and Enrollment Health Insurance Resource Guide in English and Spanish

2013 - $180,000 (over 18 months)

To help support NYC-based Federally Qualified Health Centers in their efforts to facilitate enrollment of uninsured patients into public or commercial health insurance through the NYS Health Benefit Exchange

2012 - $25,000

To help support CHCANYS's efforts to pursue the objectives set forth in its strategic plan for 2011-14, with a focus on efforts to expand, strengthen, and enhance the sustainability of health centers serving low-income communities in NYC

2010 - $50,000

To help support CHCANYS's work with community health centers across New York City

2009 - $85,000

For general support of CHCANYS's work with community health centers across New York City

2008 - $95,500

To help maintain and expand technical assistance and support to health centers across New York City

Community Health Project, Inc. dba Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
2020 - $65,000

To continue planning and capacity building activities to address current and future challenges

2019 - $50,000

To support planning and capacity building aimed at addressing current and future challenges to sustainability and growth

2018 - $45,000

To help support the continued work of the LGBTQ Shared Services Collaborative in its effort to identify, and plan to address, gaps and unmet needs for support and services related to social determinants of health

2017 - $75,000

To support a project of the LGBTQ Services Collaborative to collect and analyze client data derived from a shared intake form across the three agencies with the aim of better addressing social determinants of health

Community Healthcare Network
2019 - $150,000 (over eighteen months)

To support a study comparing three models of collaboration between a community-based health clinic and community-based organizations addressing social determinants of health

2018 - $35,000 (over six months)

To assess needs, explore interest, and plan for a potential pilot project to provide infrastructure and/or capacity support to community-based organizations addressing social determinants of health in collaboration with a community healthcare partner

Community Resource Exchange, Inc.
2012 - $15,000

To help support capacity building for CRE in the final year of the Fund for the Future

2011 - $15,000

Toward the Fund for the Future, to help support capacity building for CRE in knowledge management and earned-income generation

Community Service Society of New York
2019 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support research, advocacy, coalition building, and resident engagement/mobilization with the goal of strengthening the New York City Housing Authority and improving housing conditions

2015 - $10,000

To help support the Undocumented Immigrant Coverage project in partnership with the New York State Health Foundation, the United Hospital Fund, and The New York Community Trust

2014 - $100,000

To help support an analysis of the costs associated with at least three policy options aimed at enhancing insurance coverage for undocumented immigrants in New York

2012 - $50,000

To contribute matching funds for Health Care for All New York's policy and public education activity under its Affordable Care Act Implementation Fund grant

2011 - $50,000

To provide matching funds for Health Care For All New York's advocacy and public education activities under its Affordable Care Act Implementation Fund grant

Community Solutions International, Inc.
2020 - $60,000 (over eighteen months)

To help incubate the Brownsville Community Land Trust

Community-Word Project (CWP)
2020 - $70,000 (over two years)

To support the professional development of teaching artists through the Teaching Artist Project (TAP) and the TAP Cohort

2018 - $70,000 (over 28 months)

To provide capacity building support to help expand and deepen CWP's program of training, supervised internships, and field building for teaching artists, classroom teachers, and partnering arts organizations working with children and youth in underserved communities

Cool Culture, Inc.
2016 - $68,000 (over two years)

To help support capacity-building activities to refine core competencies for Cool Culture staff, create new performance evaluation tools, and launch a professional development series to further integrate leadership development, outcomes-based thinking and collaboration across departments into the organization’s culture and practice

2015 - $45,000

To help expand the Family Leaders Program as a component of Literacy Through Culture and Family Explorers Club's efforts to promote emergent literacy, parental involvement, meaningful partnerships between arts and cultural institutions and early education centers, and family visits to those institutions

2014 - $45,000

To help support Literacy Through Culture, which offers professional development to early childhood educators and free access to the arts for families from low-income communities

2013 - $45,000

To help support Literacy Through Culture, which offers professional development to early childhood educators and free access to the arts for families from low-income communities

2012 - $45,000

To help support Literacy Through Culture, which offers professional development to early childhood educators and free access to the arts for families from low-income communities

2011 - $40,000

To help support Literacy Through Culture, which offers professional development to early childhood educators and free access to the arts for families from low-income communities.

2010 - $37,500

To help support Literacy Through Culture, which offers professional development to early childhood educators and free access to the arts for families from low-income communities, and to help support the development of a performance measurement framework

2009 - $25,000

To help support the Literacy Through Culture program, offering professional development to early childhood educators and free access to the arts for families from low-income communities

2008 - $25,000

To help expand the Literacy Through Culture program

Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution
2017 - $225,000 (over three years)

To provide capacity building support to help the Cooper Hewitt to expand and deepen its design education programming for underserved audiences in New York City

2015 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support DesignPrep, the Cooper-Hewitt's design education and career preparation program for underserved New York City high school students

2013 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support DesignPrep, Cooper-Hewitt's design education and career preparation program for underserved New York City high school students

2013 - $50,000

To help support the Saturday and Outreach Programs for New York City public high school students

2011 - $170,000 (over two years)

To help support DesignPrep, Cooper-Hewitt's design education and career preparation program for underserved New York City high school students

2010 - $100,000

To help support the Design Directions design education and career preparation program for underserved New York City high school students

2009 - $100,000

To help support the Design Directions design education and career preparation program for underserved New York City high school students

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
2020 - $50,000

To support an arts intensive, college-preparatory program for New York City high school students from underserved communities

2018 - $120,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support the Saturday and Outreach Programs—arts intensive, college-preparatory programs for New York City high school students from underserved communities—and the implementation of an in-depth assessment of both programs

2017 - $60,000

To support the Saturday and Outreach Programs

2016 - $50,000

To support the Saturday and Outreach Programs for New York City high school students

2015 - $50,000

To help support the Saturday and Outreach Programs for New York City public high school students

2014 - $50,000

To help support the Saturday and Outreach Programs for New York City public high school students

2012 - $50,000

To help support the Saturday and Outreach Programs for New York City public high school students

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Saturday Outreach Programs for New York City public high school students

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Saturday Outreach Program for New York City public high school students

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Saturday Outreach Programs

2008 - $50,000

To help support the Saturday Outreach Programs

Coordinated Behavioral Care, Inc.
2015 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support the planning and early-stage development and testing of a "1-800-CBC" call center and related work to build programmatic capacity for a move beyond care coordination into a model for integrated multi-agency service delivery focused on behavioral health and, particularly, the population targeted by NYS's soon-to-be-launched Medicaid Health and Recovery Program (HARP)

Cornelia Connelly Center for Education
2018 - $50,000

To provide general operating support for the Cornelia Connelly Center middle school and graduate support services

2016 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for the Cornelia Connelly Center middle school and graduate support services

2014 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Holy Child Middle School for low-income girls

2012 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Holy Child Middle School for low-income girls

2011 - $45,000

To help support the Holy Child Middle School for low-income girls

2010 - $45,000

To help support the Holy Child Middle School for low-income girls

2009 - $45,000

To help support the Holy Child Middle School for low-income girls

2008 - $45,000

To help support the Holy Child Middle School for low-income girls

Coro New York Leadership Center
2012 - $25,000

As a final grant to help support Exploring Leadership, a program to promote meaningful civic leadership among inner-city high school youth

2011 - $35,000

To help support Exploring Leadership, a program to promote meaningful civic leadership among inner-city high school youth

2010 - $40,000

To help support Exploring Leadership, a program to promote meaningful civic leadership among inner-city high school youth

2009 - $40,000

To help support Exploring Leadership, a program to promote meaningful civic leadership among inner-city high school youth

Corporation for Supportive Housing
2018 - $125,000 (over two years)

To implement and promote replication of the Bronx Frequent Users of Hospital Systems  (Bronx FUSE) initiative, a collaborative multi-agency effort to identify homeless individuals in the healthcare system and place them in supportive housing

Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City, Inc. dba LiveOn NY
2020 - $40,000

For general support

The Council on the Arts and Humanities for Staten Island, Inc.
2020 - $50,000

To help build the capacity of Staten Island’s nonprofit arts council as it launches a new strategic plan and seeks to reposition its programming

2019 - $50,000

To continue the Expanding Audiences initiative, providing Staten Island cultural organizations with professional development to expand their capacity to work with underserved populations; racial equity training; and resources to help implement related projects

2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide training in audience and professional development (including marketing, diversity, program development, fundraising, and community building) for Staten Island-based arts organizations to help them reach underserved audiences, including those not usually engaged with the arts

Council on the Environment, Inc. dba GrowNYC
2018 - $35,000

To help support their work on behalf of community gardens and open spaces

2017 - $35,000

To help support their work on behalf of community gardens and green spaces

2016 - $35,000

To help support their work on behalf of green spaces and community gardens

2015 - $35,000

To help support their work on behalf of green spaces and community gardens

2014 - $35,000

To help support their work on behalf of green spaces and community gardens

2012 - $35,000

To help support their work on behalf of green spaces and community gardens

Credit Where Credit Is Due, Inc.
2013 - $50,000

To help support the Getting Ahead Program and further development of the work-based financial literacy program

2012 - $30,000

To help support financial education for low-income New Yorkers through the Getting Ahead and The Workplace Solution programs

2011 - $30,000

To help support the Getting Ahead financial education program for low-income New Yorkers

2010 - $25,000

To help support the Getting Ahead financial education program for low-income New Yorkers

2009 - $25,000

To help support the Getting Ahead financial education program for low-income New Yorkers

The Crenulated Company
2008 - $50,000

To help support the New Settlement Apartments College Access Center

Cristo Rey New York High School
2018 - $140,000 (over two years)

To provide general support

2016 - $160,000 (over two years)

To provide general support

2015 - $100,000

To provide general support

2014 - $100,000

To provide general support

2013 - $100,000

To provide general support

2012 - $100,000

To provide general support

2011 - $100,000

To provide general support

2010 - $100,000

To provide general support

2009 - $100,000

For general support

2008 - $100,000

For general support and to help support the creation and implementation of an extended math program for freshmen

Dance Theatre of Harlem, Inc.
2017 - $75,000

To provide capacity building support for Dance Theater of Harlem as it approaches its 50th Anniversary

Dancewave, Inc.
2015 - $35,000 (over fifteen months)

To provide capacity building support to design and implement a marketing/outreach campaign in preparation for the creation of the new Dancewave Center in downtown Brooklyn

De La Salle Academy
2013 - $150,000 (over three years)

To provide an administrative capacity building grant as the school moves to a new home

2011 - $25,000

For a special, one-time-only contribution, in memory of John P. Casey, to provide expendable scholarships for promising young men from low-income backgrounds

2010 - $150,000 (over three years)

To provide a capacity building grant to restructure De La Salle's administrative team and implement an effective succession plan

Dominican Academy of the City of New York
2010 - $22,850

To help explore the feasibility of providing a program to prepare high-potential middle school girls to gain acceptance into selective Catholic high schools with the scholarships needed to attend them

DOROT, Inc.
2012 - $50,000

As a final grant to help support the Friendly Visiting program

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Friendly Visiting program

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Friendly Visiting program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Friendly Visiting program

2008 - $75,000

To help expand Information & Referral services by hiring a new I & R Coordinator

2008 - $50,000

To help support the Friendly Visiting program

Downtown Brooklyn Arts Alliance, a project of Dance Works, Inc.
2019 - $50,000 (over two years)

To support member organizations and address issues affecting artist communities and cultural organizations in Downtown Brooklyn

Downtown Community Television Center, Inc.
2016 - $90,000 (over two years)

To support DCTV's free long-term intensive media arts training for underserved NYC youth

2014 - $90,000 (over two years)

To help support PRO-TV, which provides professional media training to inner-city youth

2012 - $90,000 (over two years)

To help support PRO-TV, which provides professional media training to inner-city youth

2011 - $40,000

To help support PRO-TV, which provides professional media training to inner-city youth

2010 - $40,000

To help support PRO-TV, which provides professional media training to inner-city youth

2009 - $40,000

To help support PRO-TV, which provides professional media training to inner-city youth

2008 - $40,000

To help support PRO-TV, which provides professional media training to inner-city youth

The Eagle Academy Foundation, Inc.
2019 - $100,000

To support the Post-Secondary Success Initiative (PSSI) and build Eagle Academy's capacity to measure impact

2018 - $75,000

To support extended learning and college readiness programming for 9th graders through the Reaching Young Men through Supplemental Education (RYSE) program

2017 - $75,000

To support Eagle Academies' extended learning and college readiness programming

Early Steps, Inc.
2017 - $70,000 (over two years)

To provide a final grant in support of outreach to families of color about the benefits of an independent school education; counseling for applicant families through the admissions process; and workshops for applicant families and school administrators

2016 - $35,000

To support outreach and a program of services aimed at helping families of color gain access to an independent school education for their children entering Kindergarten or First Grade, and to support successful fundraising and constituency development in this 30th Anniversary year

2015 - $35,000

To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level

2014 - $35,000

To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level

2013 - $35,000

To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level

2012 - $35,000

To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level

2011 - $35,000

To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level

2010 - $35,000

To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level

2009 - $35,000

To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level

2008 - $35,000

To help increase the number of minority students in independent schools at the primary grade level

The East Harlem School at Exodus House
2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help the East Harlem School continue to expand operations and strengthen programs

2016 - $125,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support

2014 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support

2011 - $275,000 (over three years)

To provide general operating support and help with the design and execution of a professional development and retention strategy for faculty

2008 - $300,000 (over three years)

To provide general operating support and to help build a general endowment

East Harlem Tutorial Program, Inc.
2017 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for EHTP's out-of-school-time programs

2015 - $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

2013 - $170,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for EHTP's continuum of out-of-school time and college success programming for underserved children and youth

2012 - $75,000

To help support after school and summer programming for approximately 450 underserved students

2011 - $60,000

To support after school and summer programming for approximately 300 underserved students

2010 - $60,000

To support after school and summer programming for approximately 300 underserved students

2009 - $80,000

To provide general operating support to this youth development program

2008 - $60,000

To provide general operating support to this youth development program

East Side House Settlement, Inc.
2019 - $75,000

To help support the Post-Secondary Pathways (PSP) program as it expands to serve more students and facilitate the transition of participants from training and certification into the workforce

2018 - $75,000

To help support the Post-Secondary Pathways (PSP) program as it expands to serve more students and facilitate the transition of participants from training and certification into the workforce

2017 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To launch a pilot of the Post-Secondary Pathways (PSP) program

Education Clinic, Inc. (aka St. Aloysius Education Clinic)
2016 - $30,000

To provide general operating support for the Clinic's year-round academic enrichment programs for underserved children and youth

2015 - $30,000

To help support the Academic Achievement and Cultural Enrichment Program (AACE) for academically promising inner-city children

2014 - $30,000

To help support the Clinic's year-round academic enrichment programs for underserved children and youth

Education Through Music, Inc.
2011 - $75,000 (over two years)

To help support the hiring of a new staff member responsible for managing evaluation activities

2010 - $40,000

To help support music education programs in inner-city Catholic schools

2009 - $40,000

To help support music education programs in inner-city Catholic schools

2008 - $40,000

To help support music and art education programs in inner-city Catholic schools

The Educational Alliance, Inc.
2015 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support to help expand the executive management team and dashboard database

Educational Video Center
2009 - $20,000

To help support the YO-TV (Youth Organizers-TV) pre-professional documentary filmmaking program

2008 - $20,000

To help support the YO-TV (Youth Organizers-TV) pre-professional documentary filmmaking program

Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center/Lucy Moses School for Music & Dance
2012 - $60,000

To support need-based scholarships and community outreach programs for Young People's Division students who come from low-income families in underserved communities (over 18 months)

2011 - $40,000

To help support high-quality music classes for underserved students in the Young People's Division

2010 - $40,000

To help support high-quality music classes for talented, underserved students in the Young People's Division

2008 - $80,000 (over two years)

To help support pre-professional music classes for talented, underserved students in the Young People's Division

Enterprise Community Partners, Inc.
2017 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To build capacity of residents and community-based organizations to engage and provide input in public housing preservation in New York, and to evaluate the early phases of the preservation process through the Rental Assistance Demonstration program

Entrepreneurial Ventures in Education (dba Summer Advantage USA)
2018 - $50,000

To provide support for a free, high-quality summer learning experience for children who attend New York City public schools in Brooklyn and Queens

2017 - $75,000

To provide support for a free, high-quality summer learning experience for children who attend New York City public schools in Brooklyn and Queens, including Zone 126

2016 - $75,000

To provide support for a free, high-quality summer learning experience for children who attend New York City public schools in Brooklyn and Queens, including Zone 126

2015 - $75,000

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

Episcopal Social Services
2014 - $50,000

To provide capacity-building support for ESS's merger with Safe Space

2013 - $50,000

To provide capacity-building support for ESS's merger with Safe Space

ExpandEDSchools
2020 - $200,000

To help support Youth Empowerment Summer 2020

2019 - $60,000

To further expand, refine, and evaluate Rising Readers, a 4-5th grade after-school literacy enrichment

2018 - $60,000

To expand, refine, and continue to evaluate Rising Readers, a 4th- and 5th-grade afterschool and expanded-learning literacy intervention

2017 - $60,000 (over eleven months)

To design and implement an intervention in the after-school hours that builds literacy skills in upper elementary school students (grades 4-5) at three NYC schools serving low-income communities

2016 - $50,000

To support the development of a coordinated and sustainable summer learning system in NYC and document and disseminate best practices of summer learning

2014 - $33,000

To help support the New York City Summer Learning Task Force

2013 - $33,000

To help support the New York City Summer Learning Task Force

2012 - $28,000 (over eight months)

To help support the New York City Summer Learning Task Force

Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc. (dba FPWA)
2019 - $60,000

To support further development, quality improvement, outreach, and enhanced utilization of an online Federal Funds Tracker

2018 - $60,000

To support the launch and continued development of a federal budget tracking tool, and a range of programs and services aimed at strengthening members agencies and other NYC nonprofits

2017 - $60,000

To provide support for member programs and services, and for policy and advocacy on behalf of member agencies related to its mission to alleviate poverty and open doors to opportunity

2016 - $75,000

To support production of a report presenting the perspectives and experiences of member agencies on the impact of a number of city policies related to economic equity, and to support continued development and evaluation of educational programs within the Center for Leadership Development

2015 - $75,000

To help support FPWA's core programs

2014 - $75,000

To support revitalization and strengthening of policy programs and member engagement

2013 - $75,000

To help support revitalization and strengthening of the vision, execution, and impact of policy programs and member services, while also supporting strategic capacity building efforts

2012 - $100,000

To help support FPWA's member services and policy programs

2011 - $150,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support FPWA's core programs

2010 - $100,000

To help support FPWA's core programs

2009 - $100,000

To help support FPWA's core programs

The Fifth Avenue Committee, Inc.
2020 - $35,000

To support the development of a three-year strategic plan

Figure Skating in Harlem, Inc.
2017 - $120,000 (over two years)

To support academic, leadership, and skating programs for low-income New York City girls over two years, and to help achieve capacity-building goals in fundraising and operations in the second phase of the grant period

2015 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for its sports and academic program

2013 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for this sports and academic program

2011 - $80,000 (over two years)

To provide general support to this sports and academic program

2010 - $35,000

To help support the sports and academic program

2009 - $30,000

To help support the sports and academic program

2008 - $30,000

To help support the sports and academic program

The Financial Clinic
2016 - $50,000

To help develop and formalize a capacity building toolkit to help workforce development organizations to integrate financial security building into their programs and staff competencies, and to help the cohort of WorkBOOSTNYC agencies jointly identify and address systemic to barriers to financial stability and career mobility

Food Bank for New York City
2019 - $75,000

To support the Income Tax Program

2018 - $125,000

To help support Food Bank for New York City's 2019 Free Tax Preparation Program

2017 - $125,000

To help support Food Bank for New York City's Free Tax Preparation Program

2017 - $125,000

To help support Food Bank's New York City Free Tax Program

2014 - $250,000 (over two years)

To help support the New York City Earned Income Tax Credit Program

2013 - $125,000

To help support the New York City Earned Income Tax Credit Program

2012 - $125,000

To help support the New York City Earned Income Tax Credit program

2011 - $125,000

To help support the New York City Earned Income Tax Credit Campaign

2010 - $125,000

To help support the New York City Earned Income Tax Credit Campaign

2009 - $125,000

To help support the New York City Earned Income Tax Credit Campaign

The Foundation Center
2018 - $5,000

For general operating support

2016 - $5,000

To provide general support

2015 - $5,000

To provide general support for the Center's work in New York City

2013 - $5,000

General support for the Center's work in New York City

2012 - $5,000

General support for the Center's work in New York City

2010 - $5,000

For general support

2009 - $5,000

For general support

2008 - $8,000

For general support and for a one-time grant for the New York Capacity Building Initiative

Fountain House, Inc.
2019 - $200,000 (over two years)

To develop a value-based payment relationship with Medicaid Managed Care in support of a community-based integrated model of social, mental health, and primary care for individuals with serious and persistent mental illness

The Fresh Air Fund, Inc.
2013 - $35,000

As a final grant to help support the College Connections program

2012 - $35,000

As a one-time capacity-building grant for the College Connections program for students from underserved communities

2009 - $75,000

To help support the Immigrant Outreach Project

Friends of the High Line, Inc.
2016 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support for its Community Programs and outreach efforts to engage its neighbors

2015 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support for the Public Programs department and its initiatives to expand activities for local adults

2010 - $25,000

To help support the out-of-school activities of High Line Schools & Education, a portfolio of arts-based programs that promote creative environmental engagement

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.
2019 - $85,000

To help support the Student Success Network, a Partner Project of the Fund for the City of New York

2018 - $85,000

To help support Student Success Network, a Partner Project of the Fund for the City of New York

2018 - $200,000

To renew support for the Connections to Care pooled fund, a fund to help 15 community-based organizations meet their private matching fund requirements in a demonstration project aimed at improving access to and engagement with mental health care for vulnerable at-risk populations

2017 - $85,000

To help support Student Success Network, a Partner Project of the Fund for the City of New York

2017 - $200,000

To contribute to a pooled fund established to support the community-based partner agencies participating in Connections to Care, a NYC program that aims to build and expand mental illness prevention and treatment capacity

2016 - $85,000

To provide general operating support for the Student Success Network, a project of the Partner Program of the Fund for the City of New York

2016 - $200,000

To launch a pooled fund to help support the private-match requirements of community-based organizations partcipating in the federally funded NYC Connections to Care program, a program aimed at developing and integrating mental illness prevention, screening, and treatment capacity into the work of fifteen community organizations

2015 - $100,000

To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City

2015 - $85,000

To help support the Student Success Network, a project of the Partner Program of the Fund for the City of New York

2014 - $100,000

To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City

2014 - $75,000

To help support the Student Success Network, a project of the Partner Program of the Fund for the City of New York

2013 - $100,000

To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City

2013 - $50,000

To help support the Student Success Network, a project of the Partner Program of the Fund for the City of New York

2012 - $100,000

To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City

The Fund for Public Schools, Inc.
2019 - $75,000

To support Pre-K Explore, a comprehensive, two-year professional learning track for early childhood educators

2018 - $78,000

To support the continued expansion and evaluation of NYC Pre-K Explore, a comprehensive, two-year professional learning track with specialized training for teachers and site leaders to implement a research-based curriculum

2017 - $175,000

To support the expansion of NYC Pre-K Explore, a comprehensive, two-year professional learning track with specialized training for teachers and site leaders to implement a research-based curriculum in Pre-K for All classrooms across the city

2012 - $500,000 (over two years)

To help support years two and three of NYC Summer Quest, a three-year multifaceted approach to improving, expanding, and sustaining summer learning opportunities for NYC public school students

2011 - $200,000

To help support Year One of the NYC Summer Learning Initiative

The Fund for Public Advocacy, Inc.
2013 - $50,000

To help support the 2013 GED Campaign to Finish

Fund for Public Health in New York, Inc.
2012 - $100,000

To be used over eighteen months to plan and complete one or more assessments aimed at enhancing the efficiency, client outcomes, and financial sustainability of the New York City Nurse-Family Partnership

2011 - $100,000

To help support the New York City Nurse-Family Partnership

2009 - $150,000

For nurse recruitment and retention and to design and launch a clinical rotation program that will increase the number of nurses interested in the NYC Nurse-Family Partnership

The Futures in Education Endowment Fund for Brooklyn and Queens
2008 - $1,000,000

To help build a 100 million endowment to provide tuition assistance to the most financially challenged elementary and high school students and improve Catholic schools in Brooklyn and Queens

Gateway Demonstration Assistance Corporation
2020 - $50,000

To support efforts to promote housing development models that integrate temporary shelter and permanent housing

George Jackson Academy
2017 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for this model elementary and middle school program for low-income boys in New York City

2016 - $80,000

To provide general operating support for this model elementary and middle school program for low-income boys in New York City

2015 - $80,000

To provide general operating support for this transformative elementary and middle school program for low-income boys in New York City

2013 - $180,000 (over two years)

To renew general support for this model school for minority boys

2011 - $200,000 (over two years)

To renew general support for this model school for minority boys

2010 - $100,000

To renew general support for this model school for low-income minority boys

2009 - $100,000

To help support this model school for low-income minority boys

2008 - $100,000

To help support this model school for low-income minority boys

The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
2013 - $125,000 (over two years)

To help provide intensive professional development for inner-city Catholic middle- and high-school teachers through the Teaching Literacy Through History program

2012 - $112,500 (over 18 months)

To help provide intensive professional development for inner-city Catholic middle- and high-school teachers to improve the teaching of American history

2010 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help provide intensive professional development for inner-city Catholic middle- and high-school teachers to improve the teaching of American history

2009 - $125,000

To help provide intensive professional development for inner-city Catholic middle- and high school teachers to improve the teaching of American History

Gina Gibney Dance
2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for administrative and financial infrastructure as Gibney expands its space, technology, and programming

2016 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for a Marketing, Data and Transaction Initiative that will align institutional identity and streamline data collection and financial transaction systems to support fundraising efforts and financial and operational management of classes, rentals, programs and performances

Goddard Riverside Community Center
2018 - $300,000 (over two years)

To be divided as follows:  $125,000 each year to support direct counseling services and professional development for counselors; and an additional one-time contribution of $50,000 in the first year to support the development of a data framework and pilot a Data Coop of nonprofits working in the college access and success field

2016 - $300,000 (over two years)

To be divided as follows:  $125,00 each year help increase the number of NYC students entering college and attaining degrees through direct counseling and support services and professional development for counselors; and an additional one-time contribution of $50,000 in the first year to support the new position of Options Policy Associate

2014 - $300,000

To be divided as follows: $125,000 each year for the Options Strategic Plan; and an additional $50,000 to support the evaluation of the Options Institute's NYC Department of Education training project

2010 - $300,000 (over two years)

Divided as follows: $125,000 each year to help support the Options Center, and $25,000 each year for capacity building to implement the Options Strategic Plan.

2009 - $100,000

To help support the OPTIONS Center for Educational and Career Choice, including the College Access Professional Development Institute

2008 - $100,000

To help support the OPTIONS Center for Educational and Career Choice, including the College Access Professional Development Institute

God's Love We Deliver, Inc.
2020 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To support a project to strengthen information technology and to enhance internal research and evaluation capacity

2019 - $70,000

To help support the technology expansion and program evaluation capacity required for program success and systems change efforts related to Medicaid coverage of medically tailored meals

Good Shepherd Services
2018 - $175,000 (over two years)

To help support a cluster of afterschool programs in East New York and Bedford-Stuyvesant

2017 - $100,000

To help support Good Shepherd Services’ cohort of seven afterschool programs in East New York and Bedford-Stuyvesant

2016 - $100,000

To help support their network of afterschool and summer programs located in East New York and Bedford Stuyvesant

2015 - $100,000

To help support their afterschool and summer programs in East New York and Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

2014 - $100,000

To help support their afterschool and summer programs in East New York and Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn and related literacy development programming

2013 - $125,000

To be used over seventeen months to help support their afterschool and summer programs in East New York and Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn

2012 - $125,000

To help support the Groundwork afterschool and summer enrichment program and its full integration into Good Shepherd Service's network of afterschool programs

Governance Matters, Inc.
2019 - $40,000

To provide recruitment and placement services, supported by board-building consulting and training services to New York City nonprofits, and to fully integrate the charitySTRONG and boardnetUSA platforms, improving their functionality and capacity for track outcomes

2018 - $40,000

To provide capacity building support as Governance Matters integrates charitySTRONG with GM's own online and personalized board recruitment and placement services, educational roundtables and events, and other organizational consulting services, and further strengthens and expands its stakeholder and funder base

2017 - $40,000

To help provide capacity building support for the further development of Governance Matters 's business, service, and staffing model

2016 - $75,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support transition of VCG Governance Matters's business, service and staffing model to one led by the New York Council of Nonprofits (NYCON)'s administrative and service capacity, bolstered by the addition of a full-time Program Coordinator

2013 - $35,000 (over 18 months)

To provide capacity-building support

2012 - $35,000

To provide capacity-building support

2011 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support for VCG Governance Matters and help Lawyers Alliance for New York provide legal services to nonprofit organizations based in New York City

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Program Service Preservation Initiative, a pilot project in collaboration with Lawyers Alliance for New York and the Nonprofit Finance Fund

2008 - $30,000

To provide support during leadership transition

Governors Island Corporation dba The Trust for Governors Island
2015 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the new position, Director of OpenHouseGI, to oversee and lead the Trust's public programming department

The Grace Opportunity Project
2019 - $75,000

To support year-round, holistic out-of-school time programming for under-served, low-income, and academically struggling K-8 students in New York City public schools

2018 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for the GO Project's year-round educational programming for academically struggling public school students in grades K-8

2017 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for the GO Project's year-round educational programming for academically struggling public school students K-8

2016 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for the GO Project's year-round educational programming for 675 academically struggling public school students in grades K-8

2014 - $30,000 (over eighteen months)

To support an external evaluation

2014 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for the GO Project's year-round educational programming for students in grades K-8

2013 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for the GO Project's year-round educational programming for students in grades K-8

2012 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for the expansion of the GO Project's year-round educational programming for students in grades K-8

Graduate NYC!
2020 - $75,000

To support the Network for College Success

2019 - $125,000 (over three years)

To support the College Completion Innovation Fund's 2020 Award Cycle

2018 - $125,000 (over three years)

To support the College Completion Innovation Fund's 2019 Grantmaking Cycle

2017 - $100,000 (over three years)

To support the College Completion Innovation Fund (CCIF) of Graduate NYC!

2016 - $40,000

To support NYC College Line, New York City’s digital resource designed to help high school and college students, as well as their college counselors, navigate college application, matriculation, and completion

2015 - $100,000

To help support the College Completion Innovation Fund

2015 - $45,000

To help support the operations and further development of NYC College Line

2014 - $50,000

To help support the operations and further development of NYC College Line

2013 - $50,000

To help support the operations and development of NYC College Line, a project of Graduate NYC!

Grand Street Settlement, Inc.
2019 - $35,000

To provide capacity building support for the development of a new strategic plan

2018 - $45,000

To conduct a needs assessment to inform the design of comprehensive, community-specific youth programs for the agency’s intergenerational space located in the new Essex Crossing Community Center

2016 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support following the completion of a strategic plan

Grantmakers in Aging
2018 - $5,000 (over twenty-two months)

To help support the 2019 Annual Conference in New York City

Groundswell Community Mural Project, Inc.
2018 - $70,000 (over two years)

To help support the implementation of its recent strategic plan, including initiatives to enhance Master Studio programs and evaluation tools

2017 - $50,000

To underwrite the afterschool programs and summer intensives, which provide youth the opportunity to create public art within their communities and develop 21st-century Skills, and to help support the completion of a strategic plan

2016 - $30,000

To help support afterschool programs and summer intensives, which provide underserved and economically disadvantaged youth the opportunity to create public art within their communities and develop 21st century skills

2014 - $30,000

To help support afterschool and summer programming for underserved youth and related program improvement efforts

2013 - $30,000

To help support afterschool and summer programming for underserved youth and its partnership with College Access: Research and Action

2012 - $20,000

To help support afterschool and summer programming for underserved youth

2011 - $10,000

To help support afterschool programs for underserved youth

2010 - $10,000

To help support afterschool programs for underserved youth

2009 - $10,000

To provide support for mural apprenticeship afterschool programs for under-served youth

2008 - $10,000

To help support the Teen Empowerment Mural Apprenticeship Program

Groundwork, Inc.
2011 - $100,000

To help support Groundwork for Youth

2010 - $100,000

To help support Groundwork for Youth

2009 - $100,000

To help support Groundwork for Youth

2008 - $100,000

To help support Groundwork for Youth and help create the new position of Director of Staff and Program Development

Growth Philanthropy Network
2015 - $20,000

To help support formation of a New York City Early Childhood Working Group

Harlem Academy
2017 - $130,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for this academically rigorous independent school

2015 - $120,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for this academically rigorous independent school

2013 - $120,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for this academically rigorous independent school

2011 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for this academically rigorous independent elementary school.

2009 - $100,000 (over two years)

For general support for the academically rigorous independent elementary school

Harlem Educational Activities Fund, Inc.
2016 - $40,000

To provide general operating support for HEAF

2015 - $40,000

To help support HEAF's continuum of out-of-school-time educational and youth development programs for underserved minority students throughout New York City

2014 - $40,000

To help support HEAF's continuum of out-of-school-time educational and youth development programs for high-potential, underserved students beginning in middle school through to completion of college

2013 - $40,000

To help support HEAF's continuum of out-of-school-time educational and youth development programs for high-potential, underserved students beginning in middle school through to completion of college

2012 - $40,000

To help support HEAF's High Expectations Middle School Program

2011 - $40,000

To help support HEAF's High Expectations Middle School Program

2010 - $40,000

To help support HEAF's High Expectations Middle School Program

2009 - $40,000

To help support HEAF's High Expectations Middle School Program

2008 - $40,000

To help support HEAF's High Expectations Middle School Program

Harlem Lacrosse and Leadership
2019 - $40,000

To support Harlem Lacrosse's High School and Summer Enrichment Programs

Harlem RBI, Inc. dba DREAM
2019 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help ensure that the DREAM’s out-of-school (OST) programs, in East Harlem and the South Bronx, continue to provide academic support and college access services to elementary, middle school, high school, and college students

2017 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help ensure that out-of-school programs in East Harlem and the South Bronx continue to provide academic support and college access services to elementary, middle school, high school, and college students

2016 - $75,000

To continue the organization's services in East Harlem and the South Bronx, including efforts to strengthen its high-school and college access programming

2014 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the continued operation and expansion of Harlem RBI's South Bronx site as well as youth retention efforts across all programs

2012 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support program and organizational development activities related to program codification, evaluation, and human capital management

2010 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support capacity building activities and the Team Enrichment Program

2008 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support the Team Enrichment Program and for the implementation of the 2007 Strategic Plan

The Harlem School of the Arts, Inc.
2014 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support

Healthy Humor, Inc.
2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide infrastructure support during Healthy Humor's start-up period and to strengthen its capacity to sustain and expand its reach into New York City pediatric hospitals, nursing homes, and other community venues

Henry Street Settlement
2011 - $25,000

As a final grant to help support state-level advocacy leading to stronger housing code enforcement and affordable housing preservation

2010 - $25,000

To help support the development and implementation of an executive transition plan

High 5 Tickets to the Arts, Inc.
2008 - $25,000

To help support the Take 5 and Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) Programs

The Hispanic Federation, Inc.
2019 - $100,000

To support an initiative to drive higher rates of participation in Census 2020 within hard-to-count Latino communities in New York City

2017 - $30,000 (over three months)

To support a fund subsidizing application fees for financially needy immigrant New Yorkers who are eligible to apply for renewed work authorization under the federal Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program

2010 - $40,000

To help support the Parent Pathways to Child Achievement/Caminos al Exito Academico project

2009 - $40,000

To help support year two of the Parent Pathways to Child Achievement/Caminos al Exito Academico project

The HOPE Program, Inc.
2018 - $80,000 (over two years)

To help support a job placement program to help New Yorkers living in poverty achieve economic self-sufficiency

2016 - $80,000 (over two years)

To help support a job placement program to help New Yorkers living in poverty achieve economic self-sufficiency

2014 - $70,000 (over two years)

To help support the job placement program

2012 - $70,000 (over two years)

To help support the job placement program

2011 - $35,000

To help support the job placement program

2010 - $35,000

To help support the job placement program

2009 - $35,000

To help support the job placement program

2008 - $$35,000

To help support the job placement program

Horizons National Student Enrichment Program, Inc.
2019 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help establish a New York City regional affiliate and launch two new Horizons programs

The Horticultural Society of New York, Inc.
2018 - $50,000

To help support the Neighborhood Plaza Partnership program's assistance to community-based organizations managing public plazas

2017 - $50,000

To help support the Neighborhood Plaza Partnership program's assistance to community-based organizations managing public plazas on behalf of the City of New York

2016 - $50,000

To help support a transitional employment program that assists Neighborhood Plaza Partnership sites with horticultural improvements and plaza maintenance

2015 - $50,000

To help support the Neighborhood Plaza Partnership

2014 - $50,000

To help support the Neighborhood Plaza Partnership

Hospice & Palliative Care Association of New York State
2014 - $50,000

To support an initiative to broaden coverage of non-hospice palliative home care by Managed Care plans, and to develop a home-based palliative care model that aims to advance quality of care and cost reduction objectives

Hospital for Special Surgery
2013 - $50,000

To improve quality of care and care management in pediatric orthopedic services for medically underserved, low-income pediatric patients with the most complex orthopedic conditions

Hot Bread Kitchen Ltd.
2020 - $80,000 (over two years)

For direct relief and recovery support aimed at alumni and, when appropriate, to re-start workforce development programming

2018 - $70,000 (over two years)

To increase the impact of Hot Bread Kitchen’s workforce development program by quadrupling graduation outcomes and continuing to improve its bakery labor ratio and business model

2016 - $75,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity-building support to help strengthen and expand Hot Bread Kitchen's bakery operations

Hudson River Community Sailing
2019 - $40,000

To strengthen capacity to expand a second youth development program for middle school students in Inwood and to support college-going alumni

2018 - $40,000

To help launch a second youth development program serving middle school students in Inwood and support Sail Academy college-going alumni

2017 - $30,000

To strengthen engagement in and outcomes from its Youth Development Programs

2016 - $30,000

To strengthen engagement in and outcomes from its Youth Development Programs by building counseling capacity

Human Services Council of New York City, Inc.
2019 - $75,000 (over eighteen months)

To bring together a network of health care and social service providers in Central Brooklyn with the objective of facilitating creation of an Accountable Community for Health and Wellness

2016 - $100,000

To create a value-based payment roadmap for the human services sector, charting a path towards sustainability, viability, and quality in the coming managed care system

2015 - $35,000

To help fund the newly formed Commission to Examine Nonprofit Human Services Organization Closures, which will examine recent nonprofit closures and mergers in an effort to identify systemic causes and develop recommendations to address them

2014 - $25,000 (over six months)

To help support, coordinate, and document relief and recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and help develop effective disaster planning and preparedness for the future

2013 - $50,000

To help support, coordinate, and document relief and recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Sandy and help develop effective disaster planning and preparedness for the future

Hunger Free America, Inc. (formerly New York City Coalition Against Hunger, Inc.)
2016 - $25,000

To provide a final grant for general operating support of anti-poverty/anti-hunger work -- including community organizing, public education, promotion of access to benefits and services, policy advocacy, and the management of internship and volunteer programs

2015 - $50,000

To help support year three of the Food Secure NYC 2018 campaign and to further build the leadership skills of members in community-based Food Action Boards

2014 - $50,000

To help support ongoing anti-hunger advocacy through the Food Action Board (FAB) program and year three of the Food Secure 2018 Campaign, with a focus on the administrative and executive agenda

2013 - $50,000

To help support ongoing anti-hunger advocacy and year two of the Coalition's Food Secure 2018 Campaign, with a focus on the administrative and executive action agenda.

2012 - $50,000

To help support the first year (2013) of the Coalition's Food Secure 2018 Campaign

2011 - $50,000

To help strengthen and support the Coalition's food security advocacy

2010 - $50,000

To help strengthen and support the Coalition's food security advocacy

2009 - $75,000

To help increase the Coalition’s capacity for federal and local advocacy and education related to food security, and to help improve the quality of community service initiatives within food pantries and soup kitchens

2008 - $50,000

To help support the Beyond the Soup Kitchen Initiative

Hunts Point Alliance for Children
2014 - $75,000 (over two years)

As a final grant to help support HPAC's arts and academic youth development programming

2013 - $50,000

To help support HPAC's arts and academics youth development programming, including the addition of a Young Writers Program for high school students

2012 - $50,000

To help support HPAC's academic Youth Development Initiative

2011 - $50,000

To help support HPAC's Career and Education Mentoring Program

2010 - $50,000

To help support HPAC's Career and Education Mentoring Program

2009 - $50,000

To help enhance The Hunts Point Children's Shakespeare Ensemble by adding a career and education mentoring program

2008 - $50,000

For a six-month grant to help support HPAC's Phase II

2008 - $100,000

To help support programming and planning to improve outcomes for the children of Hunts Point

HYPOTHEkids Inc.
2019 - $50,000

To support Hk Maker Lab and Bioforce which prepare youth to pursue STEM degrees and careers in biotech

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai (aka Mount Sinai School of Medicine)
2014 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To help expand the capacity of the Center to Advance Palliative Care to provide and scale-up clinical and operational training through web-based curricula

iMentor
2020 - $250,000 (over two years)

To provide support for programming and operations in New York City

2018 - $200,000 (over two years)

To continue to strengthen the iMentor program in New York City 

2016 - $200,000 (over two years)

To support iMentor's New York City program designed to create pathways for low-income youth to college enrollment, persistence, and completion

2014 - $200,000 (over two years)

To match the fourth and fifth year of a Social Innovation Fund grant and help support iMentor's growth in New York City

2013 - $100,000

To match the third year of a Social Innovation Fund grant and support the continued expansion of the College Transition program (formerly College Success) in NYC and a six-year independent evaluation of iMentor's impact on college readiness

2012 - $75,000

To match the second year of a Social Innovation Fund grant and support expansion of the College Success program in NYC and a six-year independent evaluation of iMentor's impact on college readiness

2011 - $50,000

To provide matching funds for a federal Social Innovation Fund grant and support the expansion of the College Success Program in New York City

Search Grantees
Inner-City Scholarship Fund, Inc.
2019 - $60,000 (over two years)

To support a pilot college access and success program in four archdiocesan high schools in partnership with College Advising Corps and PeerForward and the Job Opportunities Program

2018 - $30,000

To help support the Job Opportunities Program and begin to prepare students for post-secondary success

2017 - $35,000

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 schools

2016 - $35,000

To help support the Job Opportunities Program (JOP) program, 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

2015 - $35,000

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

2014 - $35,000

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

2013 - $35,000

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

2012 - $35,000

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

2012 - $60,000 (over two years)

To help sustain the Library Connections program by supporting cross-curricular projects in alumni schools and convening meetings for school alumni to share best practices and ideas

2011 - $35,000

To renew support for JOP (the Job Opportunities Program), 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

2010 - $35,000

To help support JOP (the Job Opportunities Program) of job-readiness workshops, summer internship placements, and college-preparation mentorships for highly motivated junior and seniors from inner-city Catholic high schools

2009 - $35,000

To help support the JOP (Job Opportunities Program) of job-readiness workshops, life-skills seminars, summer internship placements, and college-preparation mentorships for highly motivated high school students from low-income communities

2008 - $35,000

To help support JOP (the Job Opportunities Program)

Institute for Community Living, Inc.
2019 - $125,000 (over eighteen months)

To support the development, implementation, and assessment of a model of integrated behavioral and primary health care at a new East New York Health Hub

2017 - $125,000 (over eighteen months)

To support the development and implementation of a model of integrated behavioral and primary health care -- to be delivered by two co-located agencies working in partnership -- at a new East New York Health Hub

The Institute for Family Health, Inc.
2017 - $65,000

To assess the impact on patient well-being and provider behavior of systematic screening for social determinants of health at a primary care center in the South Bronx

2016 - $65,000

To support the refinement of a protocol to screen for adverse social conditions in a primary care setting, and to initiate analysis of referrals and progress made in order to assess impact on patient status and, ultimately, on patient health

2015 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To help pilot test a protocol to screen patients in primary care settings for social factors that may impact their health

2013 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To develop, implement, and launch an evaluation of a messaging campaign designed to increase patient engagement in its community-based primary care and preventive health services

2012 - $50,000

To help implement InstituteLink at eighteen additional partner organizations in New York City, complete an evaluation of its impact, and disseminate results

2011 - $100,000

To help implement InstituteLink, an Internet-based link between the Institute's electronic health record system and several key community health care providers utilized by Institute patients

2009 - $100,000

To help enhance the usability and usefulness of MyChart-MyHealth, the Institute’s electronic health records system, and develop a related patient training program that will enable patients to access and understand their health information

The Institute for Not-for-Profit Management
2008 - $10,000

To help support the INM Scholarship Fund for professional development for leaders and executives of youth service organizations

Interfaith Medical Center
2020 - $150,000 (over two years)

To support finalization of the One Brooklyn Health System Kingsbrook Medical Village Master Plan, and to oversee timely progress toward launch and implementation of both the Medical Village plan and the multi-party 32-site integrated Ambulatory Care Network

2018 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To support the launch of One Brooklyn Health System, a new health system that will preserve and enhance access to healthcare services in low-income and under-served neighborhoods of Brooklyn

International Center of Photography
2016 - $50,000

To support need-based scholarships and the retention and advancement of students receiving these scholarships within the Teen Academy and Imagemakers programs, and to help support early-stage planning and exploration of community programs in and around the neighborhood of ICP's new museum space on the Bowery

2014 - $40,000

To help support need-based scholarships and the retention and advancement of scholarship recipients in the Teen Academy and advanced-level Imagemakers programs

2013 - $40,000

To help support need-based scholarships and the retention and advancement of scholarship recipients in the Teen Academy and advanced-level Imagemakers programs

2012 - $40,000

To help support Teen Academy and the advanced-level Imagemakers program

2011 - $50,000

To support Teen Academy and the advanced-level Imagemakers program

2010 - $50,000

To help sustain the Teen Academy and Internship Program at its recently expanded level

2008 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help expand the Teen Academy Program

The InterSchool Orchestras of New York, Inc.
2009 - $10,000

To help support the Music for All programs

2008 - $10,000

To help support the ISO Scholarship, Financial Aid, and Partnership Programs

Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House, Inc.
2014 - $40,000

As a final grant to help provide support for fiscal and fund development capacity building projects resulting from its executive-transition plan

2013 - $35,000

To assist with capacity building during an executive transition

Jazz at Lincoln Center, Inc.
2020 - $50,000

To help support the Middle School Jazz Academy

2019 - $50,000

To help support Jazz at Lincoln Center's Youth Programs: the Middle School Jazz Academy and High School Jazz Academy

2018 - $50,000

To help support the Middle School Jazz Academy and continue work with MSJA alumni

2017 - $60,000

To help support the Middle School Jazz Academy and continue work with MSJA alumni

2016 - $75,000

To help support the Middle School Jazz Academy

2015 - $75,000

To help provide both direct service and capacity-building support for the Middle School Jazz Academy for young people from underserved communities in New York City

2014 - $75,000

To help provide both direct service and capacity-building support for the Middle School Jazz Academy for young people from underserved communities in New York City

2013 - $75,000

To help support and expand the Middle School Jazz Academy for young people from underserved communities in New York City

2012 - $75,000

To help support and expand the Middle School Jazz Academy for young people from underserved communities

2011 - $75,000

To help support the Middle School Jazz Academy for young people from underserved communities

2010 - $75,000

To help support the Middle School Jazz Academy for young people from underserved communities

2009 - $100,000

To help support the Middle School Jazz Academy for young people from underserved communities

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged
2016 - $75,000 (over fifteen months)

As a final grant to help increase program and service capacity through the development and implementation of a Universal Client Record System (UCRS)

2015 - $75,000

To continue to support program development and outcome tracking competencies, exploration and establishment of chronic disease self-management capacities, and efforts to pilot a new managed care partnership model

2014 - $65,000

To provide support for development of a model of patient-centered care that will maximize the potential for reimbursement for the full range of JASA services by Managed Care plans

2013 - $50,000

To help support business planning and changes in program, business processes, and infrastructure necessary for survival and growth of an aging services provider in an era of managed care

Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Inc.
2020 - $40,000 (over six months)

To conduct a needs assessment and environmental scan to inform the development of older adult services for supportive housing residents with serious mental illness

2016 - $150,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support the Value-Based Payment Pilot Project, an 18-month project to plan, identify, implement, and evaluate the organizational systems and changes needed to transition to value-based payment under NYS Medicaid, while developing a model and a learning tool/blueprint for change to be shared across the sector and statewide

Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc.
2019 - $100,000 (over two years)

To support key areas of organizational capacity aimed at strengthening and sustaining programs and services

2018 - $50,000

To achieve, improve, and sustain gains for needy, vulnerable individuals living in under-served NYC communities such as greater Coney Island

2016 - $50,000

To provide support for JCCGCI capacity-building activities aimed at strengthening its programs and the services it provides to vulnerable populations

2015 - $50,000

To provide general support for the Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island

2014 - $50,000

To provide general support for the Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island

2013 - $50,000

To provide general support for the Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island

2012 - $25,000

In general support as a special one-time contribution to JCCGCI as it responds to the needs of seniors and families in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and rebuilds its organizational infrastructure and program capacity

2011 - $50,000

To provide general support for the Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island

2010 - $150,000

$75,000 for general support and a one-time special contribution of $75,000 to help create a board-designated reserve fund to help promote the agency's financial health

Jewish Home Lifecare Manhattan (formerly The Jewish Home and Hospital for Aged)
2018 - $60,000

To support the Geriatric Career Development Program for under-served NYC youth

2017 - $60,000

To support the Geriatric Career Development program and its work to enhance the overall academic, college, and workforce preparation of under-served NYC youth

2016 - $60,000

To help support the Geriatric Career Development (GCD) program's academic, college, and workforce preparation for youth

2015 - $60,000

To help support the Geriatric Career Development (GCD) Program

2014 - $60,000

To help support the Geriatric Career Development program for at-risk high-school youth

2013 - $60,000

To help support the Geriatric Career Development program for at-risk high-school youth

2012 - $60,000

To help support the Geriatric Career Development program for at-risk high-school youth

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Geriatric Career Development Youth Workforce Program

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Geriatric Career Development Youth Workforce Program

2009 - $50,000

To support and expand the Geriatric Career Development Youth Workforce Program in the Bronx

2008 - $50,000

To help support and expand the Geriatric Career Development Youth Workforce Program in the Bronx

JobsFirstNYC
2020 - $175,000 (over two years)

To integrate economic development and young adult workforce development practices through place-based initiatives that achieve better outcomes for young people

2019 - $75,000

To help support the development and implementation of place-based workforce development initiatives that achieve better outcomes for young people

2017 - $150,000 (over two years)

To advance demand-driven training and employment initiatives, enhance employer partnerships, and connect more young people to jobs through the Lower East Side Employment Network (LESEN) and the Place-Based Young Adult Workforce Initiative

2016 - $60,000

To help support and expand the work of the Lower East Side Employment Network (LESEN)

2015 - $58,000

To help support and expand the work of the Lower East Side Employment Network (LESEN)

2014 - $50,000

To help support and expand the work of the Lower East Side Employment Network (LESEN)

2013 - $50,000

As general support to help this workforce development intermediary improve the employment opportunities available to young adults who are out of work and out of school

2012 - $45,000

To help support the Employer Engagement Program

2011 - $45,000

To help implement the Employer Engagement Program and the upcoming strategic planning process

Lawyers Alliance for New York
2020 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide business and transactional legal services to strengthen nonprofits serving low-income New Yorkers, and to help them manage and respond to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

2018 - $60,000 (over two years)

To provide business and transactional legal representation, education, and consulting services to NYC nonprofits

2016 - $60,000 (over two years)

To provide business and transactional legal services to nonprofits, including those working in areas of mutual interest to the Altman Foundation and Lawyers Alliance

2015 - $30,000

To help provide business and transactional legal services for nonprofit organizations working in areas of mutual interest to the Foundation and Lawyers Alliance

2014 - $30,000

To help provide business and transactional legal services for nonprofit organizations working in areas of mutual interest to the Foundation and Lawyers Alliance

2013 - $25,000

To help provide business and transactional legal services for 15 or more nonprofit organizations working in areas of mutual interest to the Foundation and Lawyers Alliance

2012 - $25,000

To help support the Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief and Recovery Initiative

2012 - $25,000

To help provide legal services to 15 or more New York City nonprofit organizations serving low-income New Yorkers

LEAP, Inc., dba Brooklyn Workforce Innovations
2016 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To help BWI enhance its marketing, communications, and outreach to reach the intended targets for its training programs

2014 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support for their workforce development programs and services

Learning Leaders, Inc.
2013 - $25,000

To help support Phase II of the capacity building project to develop and implement monitoring and evaluation metrics to improve program planning, delivery, and results

Legal Outreach, Inc.
2018 - $125,000 (over two years)

To support the Summer Law Institute and College Bound Program, with the aim of preparing under-served NYC youth for college access and success by fostering vision, strengthening academic skills, and enhancing confidence

2017 - $100,000

To help support the summer Law and Justice Institute for rising ninth graders and the year-round, multi-faceted, four-year College Bound program for vulnerable and under-served high school students

2015 - $200,000

To help support the College Bound Program

2013 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support the College Bound Program

2011 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support the College Bound Program

2010 - $100,000

To help support the College Bound program

2009 - $100,000

To help support the College Bound program

2008 - $125,000

To help support the College Bound program in Manhattan, Brooklyn, and Queens and its expansion into the Bronx

Lenox Hill Hospital
2019 - $150,000 (over two years)

To support development and testing of a partnership model for the delivery of community- and home-based mental health care to frail or home-bound low-income seniors in East Harlem

2011 - $60,000

To help provide support for development of a Program in Palliative Medicine

Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc.
2014 - $25,000 (over six months)

To support research, analysis, and partner cultivation to assess the potential for successful partnership with health providers related to care transitions for frail older adults

2011 - $75,000

To provide a final year of support for the East Side Case Management Consortium for frail homebound older adults

2010 - $85,000

To help support the East Side Case Management Consortium for frail homebound older adults

2009 - $100,000

To help support the East Side Case Management Consortium for frail homebound older adults

2008 - $100,000

To help create and develop the East Side Case Management Consortium for frail homebound older adults

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.
2016 - $50,000

To help support Phase 3 of the Lincoln Center Local: Free Screenings, designed to bring digitally streamed Lincoln Center performance content to library branches in all five boroughs of New York City

2014 - $50,000

To help support Phase 2 of the 'Lincoln Center Local: Free Screenings', designed to bring digitally streamed Lincoln Center performance content to library branches in all five boroughs

2013 - $50,000

To help launch the Lincoln Center HD in Libraries pilot project

2012 - $50,000

To help support the HD in the Libraries one-year feasibility study

2011 - $50,000

To help support the implementation and systematization of a system of evaluation metrics for the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center

2009 - $50,000

To help support the development and implementation of new evaluation metrics in conjunction with the launch of the David Rubenstein Atrium at Lincoln Center

Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center
2016 - $50,000

To provide a final year of capacity building support for the Youth Program during this transitional year of integration with Goddard Riverside Community Center

2015 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support to help enhance the after school program

2014 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support to help strengthen the afterschool program

2013 - $50,000

To provide capacity building support to help strengthen the after school program

Literacy Assistance Center, Inc.
2011 - $137,500 (over six months)

To provide a final grant in support of the Healthy Family initiative

2011 - $137,500

To help support the Healthy Family initiative

2010 - $275,000

To help combine and strengthen the Literacy Assistance Center's health and family literacy work

2009 - $150,000

To help support the Health Literacy Resource Center

2009 - $175,000

To help support the Family Literacy Resource Center, and provide a contribution to the Immigrant Family Literacy Alliance

2008 - $200,000

To help support the Health Literacy Resource Center

Literacy, Inc.
2009 - $50,000

To help enhance reading opportunities for children and families in low-income communities

2008 - $50,000

To help enhance reading opportunities for children and families in low-income communities in Manhattan and the Bronx and continue implementing an outcome management process

Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service, Inc.
2014 - $25,000

To help provide capacity building support during an executive leadership transition

2008 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support capacity building efforts

Local Initiatives Support Corporation
2020 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Bridges to Health Equity pilot program focused on home-based asthma interventions in Bushwick and Sunset Park, Brooklyn

2014 - $50,000

To help support the First Responder Initiative and Hurricane Sandy capacity building programs for New York City community development corporations

2013 - $50,000

To help support the First Responder Initiative to help New York City community development corporations stabilize current activities and assets

2012 - $50,000

To help support the First Responder Initiative to help New York City community development corporations stabilize current activities and assets

2011 - $50,000

To help support the First Responder Initiative to help New York City community development corporations stabilize current activities and assets

2010 - $50,000

To help support the First Responder Initiative to assist New York City community development corporations in stabilizing current activities and assets

2009 - $50,000

To help support LISC NYC's First Responder Initiative to assist NYC CDC's in stabilizing current activities and assets

Loyola School
2008 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the Father Prior Endowed Scholarship Fund

Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, Inc.
2017 - $75,000

To help support the Explorers Academy afterschool program and efforts to refine and evaluate instructional approaches to preventing summer learning loss

2016 - $100,000

To help support the Explorers Academy afterschool program and efforts to refine and evaluate instructional approaches to preventing summer learning loss

2016 - $50,000

For assessments and capacity building to help plan for constituent building, community partnerships, and educational programs in advance of the development of a new Clubhouse in North Central Harlem

2015 - $100,000

To help support the Explorers Academy afterschool program and efforts to pilot and refine instructional approaches to preventing summer learning loss

2014 - $100,000

To help support Explorers Academy afterschool programming and efforts to pilot and refine instructional approaches to preventing summer learning loss

2013 - $150,000

To help strengthen the Explorers Academies and to continue to implement at one clubhouse summer small-group instruction in literacy and math

2012 - $150,000

To help strengthen the Explorers Academies and to continue to implement at one clubhouse small-group instruction in literacy and math

2010 - $170,000

To help strengthen the Explorers Academies and to pilot test at one clubhouse small-group instruction in literacy and math in partnership with B.E.L.L.

2009 - $150,000

To help strengthen the Explorers and Juniors Academies

2008 - $200,000

To refine and improve the Explorers and Juniors Academies

Make the Road New York
2019 - $200,000 (over two years)

To support services, education, and advocacy on behalf of low-income  immigrant New Yorkers, with a focus on immigration risks/status and on access to healthcare/benefits

2018 - $100,000

To provide provide health access and legal services and support to immigrants and their families, and to conduct educational initiatives to assist immigrants preparing for changes in federal policy and enforcement priorities

2018 - $100,000

To support services, programs, public education, and organizing on behalf of immigrant New Yorkers confronting concerns and risks related to immigration status, healthcare, and other necessary benefits and services

2018 - $50,000

To support a mental/emotional health initiative aimed at building new skills, services, and resources to help address the needs of members experiencing high degrees of fear and stress, while providing support to staff

2017 - $100,000

To support services, counseling, public education, and strategies to protect and support members and constituent communities, helping to respond to concerns related to immigration status and/or health insurance coverage

2015 - $80,000 (over fourteen months)

To help support an initiative to increase the involvement of Community Health Workers (CHWs) in the health care delivery system in order to improve health outcomes of immigrant communities

2014 - $60,000

To continue support for a project to help track healthcare utilization among newly insured low-income immigrants, and to initiate data collection on the health services and health insurance benefits that undocumented immigrants most need and want

2013 - $40,000

To monitor trends and changes in health care utilization and coverage following launch of New York State's health insurance marketplace

2012 - $40,000

To help support the Community Health Engagement Initiative

Mama Foundation for the Arts, Inc.
2012 - $40,000 (over two years)

As a final grant to help support the Gospel for Teens program

2011 - $20,000

To help support the Gospel for Teens program

2010 - $20,000

To help support the Gospel for Teens program

2009 - $20,000

To help support the Gospel for Teens program

2008 - $20,000

To help support the Gospel for Teens vocal instruction program

The Manhattan Country School, Inc.
2011 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support capacity-building efforts

Mark Morris Dance Group/Discalced Inc.
2013 - $20,000

To help support the Dance for Parkinson's Disease program

2012 - $20,000

To help support the Dance for PD program for individuals living with Parkinson's disease

2012 - $20,000

To help support the Dance for Parkinson's program

2010 - $20,000

To help support the Dance for Parkinson's program and the MMDG/NYCHA Partnership community outreach program

2009 - $15,000

To help support the Dance for Parkinson's program and the MMDG/NYCHA Partnership community outreach program

2008 - $15,000

To help support the Dance for Parkinson's program and the MMDG/NYCHA Partnership community outreach program

The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City
2015 - $200,000

To help support the delivery of the Health Access for All program to low-income uninsured New Yorkers, particularly unauthorized immigrants who are ineligible for public or subsidized health insurance

2015 - $50,000

To help support a new initiative of the NYC Department of Cultural Affairs and Materials for the Arts that will provide professional development for center-based Pre-Kindergarten teachers and access to free materials for their classrooms

2013 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the WorkAdvance program in New York City and help provide the local match for a Social Innovation Fund grant

2012 - $250,000

To help support the New York City Housing & Neighborhood Recovery Donors Collaborative

2012 - $75,000

To help support the WorkAdvance program in New York City and to help provide the local match for a Social Innovation Fund grant

2010 - $300,000 (over two years)

To help continue and expand the MillionTreesNYC Training Program for disconnected young adults aged eighteen to twenty-four.

2008 - $500,000 (over two years)

To help create the MillionTreesNYC Training Program pilot for disconnected young adults aged eighteen to twenty-four

MDRC
2010 - $25,000

To help support the local dissemination of findings from recent New York City research projects

Medicare Rights Center, Inc.
2019 - $75,000 (over eighteen months)

To expand access to quality health care for New Yorkers dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid by counseling consumers, developing educational materials, and leading advocacy efforts to make New York’s integrated public insurance products responsive to beneficiary needs

2018 - $66,000 (over eighteen months)

To promote and help to shape an improved program of integrated care for New Yorkers who are dually eligible for Medicare and Medicaid

2017 - $100,000

To help build fundraising, marketing, and related communications capacity, with the aim of increasing earned revenue, individual giving, and the visibility and resources needed to effectively advocate for all people who depend on Medicare

2015 - $100,000 (over 18 months)

To strengthen outreach and marketing through the development and implementation of a measurable plan to integrate, track and expand the organization's communications and fundraising capacities

2014 - $75000 (over fifteen months)

To engage community and advocacy partners in preparing to educate and assist clients affected by the launch of NYS's Fully Integrated Dual Advantage (FIDA) managed care demonstration program in NYC

2013 - $100,000

To help support the Community Partners Program in adding new partners, developing 'advanced' partnerships, and expanding the content areas for training and education

2012 - $100,000

To support the Community Partners Program, the expansion of sustainable client counseling capacity, and the pursuit of client-centered policies and practices

2010 - $180,000 (over twenty months)

To help support the Community Partners Program

The Mental Health Association of New York City, Inc.
2013 - $120,000 (over eighteen months)

To support a project of the Geriatric Mental Health Alliance to advance the integration of mental health care into managed care-supported services for older adults

2011 - $130,000 (over two years)

To support the Geriatric Mental Health Training and Technical Assistance Center and a project to integrate behavioral health, including geriatric mental health, into primary care medical homes

2008 - $215,000 (over three years)

To help establish a geriatric mental health training and assistance center (without walls)

The Metropolitan Museum of Art
2019 - $100,000 (over fifteen months)

To support the Museum's 150th Anniversary activities, with a particular focus on the marketing and communications components and programming that help to ensure the Museum's reach with a broad range of audiences

2016 - $150,000 (over three years)

To help bring high-quality arts and cultural activities to underserved P-12 NYC students by training educators across disciplines, integrating new training strategies, and documenting changes in classroom practice

2013 - $150,000 (over three years)

To help bring high-quality arts and cultural activities to underserved K-12 NYC students by training educators across disciplines, integrating new training strategies, and documenting changes in classroom practice

2010 - $150,000 (over three years)

To help bring high-quality arts and cultural activities to underserved K - 12 NYC students by training educators across disciplines, integrating new training strategies, and documenting changes in classroom practice

Mind-Builders Creative Arts Company, Inc.
2020 - $75,000 (over two years)

To provide instructional classes, youth leadership activities, and arts-based crisis intervention programs for children and youth in the Bronx

2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for Mind-Builders Creative Arts Center

2014 - $40,000

As a final capacity building grant to help Mind-Builders expand its youth development training for staff and refine its evaluation practice

2013 - $50,000

To provide this arts education program with a capacity building support for youth development training and further development of its evaluation practices

Montefiore Medical Center
2015 - $50,000

To support the Montefiore School Health program in its effort to advance utilization of the Patient-Centered School-Based Health Center quality standards as the basis for City, State, and Federal reimbursement for health care delivered within a School-Based Health Center under a "value based" payment structure

2013 - $250,000 (over two years)

To help create, pilot in NYC, and advocate for the adoption of 'medical home' quality standards tailored to School-Based Health Centers and their unique position and function in the broader primary care system

2009 - $375,000

To expand the Healthy Steps program to another Montefiore pediatric primary care site

Mount Sinai Hospital/Mount Sinai Adolescent Health Center
2017 - $40,000

To test a psycho-social and behavioral health intake assessment instrument designed to improve adolescent health care in an urban community health center practice

Mount Sinai School of Medicine (aka Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai)
2012 - $125,000 (over two years)

To help support policy and education initiatives by the Center to Advance Palliative Care aimed at enhancing and spreading provider capacity to provide palliative care in New York and beyond

2011 - $100,000

To help support policy and education initiatives by the Center to Advance Palliative Care

2009 - $35,000

To help support the Early MED-Bound program

2008 - $75,000

To help support the Early MED-Bound program

Mouse Inc.
2020 - $75,000

To support Mouse's core services for teachers and students in New York City

2019 - $75,000 (over fourteen months)

To help support Mouse's STEM and computer science work with students, teachers and mentors in NYC during academic year 2020

2018 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support the merger of Mouse and Code/Interactive

The Municipal Art Society of New York
2011 - $50,000

As a final grant to help support the Livable Neighborhoods program, which provides technical assistance, training in planning skills, and essential tools for community activists and New York City's planning community

2010 - $70,000

To help provide communities with planning expertise through the Livable Neighborhoods and CITI Youth programs, as well as through map-making and other technical assistance activities

2009 - $85,000

To help provide communities with planning expertise through the Livable Neighborhoods and CITI Youth programs, as well as through map-making and other technical assistance activities

2008 - $100,000

To help support the MAS Planning Center's technical assistance, training, and outreach programs in New York City

The Museum of the City of New York, Inc.
2019 - $250,000 (over two years)

Divided as follows, $200,000 to help build capacity following a strategic plan and a one-time special contribution of $50,000 to support the exhibition, New York Shopping:  Invention and Reinvention

2017 - $200,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support in the areas of development and marketing and communications

2015 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help provide capacity-building support for their new digital department by hiring a Web Developer, a Multi-media Producer, and a Customer Relationship Management Systems Analyst, and to make improvements to their website

2013 - $200,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity-building support to leverage prior investments in digital technology

2011 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the redesign of the Web site, increase public access to MCNY's online resources, and continue to increase outreach to underrepresented communities through the use of new digital media

2009 - $75,000

To continue efforts to increase attendance by and outreach to underrepresented communities, particularly through the use of new digital resources

Museum of Jewish Heritage: A Living Memorial to the Holocaust
2011 - $35,000

As a final grant to help support the High School Apprenticeship Program

2010 - $35,000

To help support the High School Apprenticeship Program

2009 - $35,000

To help support the High School Apprenticeship Program

National College Advising Corps Inc.
2019 - $150,000

To support College Advising Corps' (CAC) continued expansion efforts in New York City

2018 - $125,000

To help support the CAC's expansion in New York City

National Summer Learning Association Inc.
2010 - $10,000 (over four months)

To help support the planning phase of their work to Advance Summer Learning in New York City

Natural Areas Conservancy
2016 - $50,000

To further develop and promote web-based interactive tools that will help encourage more New Yorkers to explore New York City’s forests, wetlands, meadows, and grasslands

2015 - $50,000

To help analyze and disseminate data from NAC's citywide social and site assessment of natural parkland, and to help parks and stewardship groups to use this data to inform conservation and restoration efforts, raise awareness, and foster civic engagement

Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City, Inc.
2019 - $150,000 (over two years)

For technical assistance to help preserve limited-equity housing cooperatives as a source of affordable homeownership opportunities for low-income families in New York City

2017 - $150,000 (over two years)

To enhance NHSNYC's capacity to preserve limited-equity housing cooperatives as a source of affordable homeownership opportunity for low-income families throughout New York City

2015 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help at least 1,100 low-and moderate-income families continue to live in New York City, through the sustainable acquisition or preservation of homeownership

2013 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support Homeownership Promotion and Preservation Programs and Services

2011 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support Homeownership Promotion and Preservation Programs and Services

2010 - $100,000

To help support Homeownership Promotion and Preservation Programs and Services

2009 - $100,000

To help support Homeownership Promotion and Preservation Programs and Services

2008 - $100,000

To support capacity building efforts to help meet the needs of those affected by the subprime and foreclosure crisis

Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners, Inc.
2018 - $60,000

To help support technology-based enhancements to its financial empowerment services

2016 - $120,000 (over two years)

To help support the Financial Empowerment Integration Model

2014 - $120,000 (over two years)

To help support financial education programs in community and workplace settings

Neighborhoods First Fund for Community Planning
2019 - $100,000

To support the Neighborhoods First Fund's collaborative grantmaking

2018 - $100,000

To support the Neighborhoods First Fund's collaborative grantmaking

2017 - $100,000

To help support Neighborhoods First Fund for Community Planning, a donor collaborative sponsored by the New York Foundation to improve community-based planning capacity in neighborhoods that are likely to be considered for rezoning and other development initiatives

2016 - $100,000 (over fifteen months)

To support the Neighborhoods First Fund for Community Planning donor collaborative's efforts to improve community-based planning capacity in neighborhoods that are likely to be considered for rezoning initiatives

The New 42nd Street Inc.
2011 - $50,000

As a final grant to help support the Youth Corps Program

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Youth Corps Program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Youth Corps Program

New Heights Youth, Inc.
2019 - $60,000 (over eighteen months)

To support continued planning, capacity-building, and preparation for an anticipated move to the Brooklyn Bedford-Union Armory in 2021

2018 - $40,000

To support planning and capacity building in preparation for program expansion and a possible move to the Bedford-Union Armory development in Crown Heights, Brooklyn

2017 - $40,000

To help support College Bound, a year-round high school and college preparatory program serving student-athletes in grades 4-12, and Career Assist, a college completion initiative

2016 - $40,000

To help support College Bound, a year-round high school and college preparatory program

2015 - $40,000

To help support the College Bound Program

2014 - $40,000

To help support the College Bound Program

2013 - $40,000

To help support the College Bound Program

2011 - $70,000 (over two years)

To help support the College Bound Program

2010 - $35,000

For general support for this youth development and college access program for student-athletes from underserved communities

2009 - $35,000

To help support the College Bound Program

The New School/Center for New York City Affairs
2017 - $40,000

To support reporting, policy analysis, and advocacy on the under-capacity of children's behavioral health services and to inform implementation of NYS's plan to strengthen and enhance these services through Medicaid redesign

2014 - $35,000

To provide capacity building support to develop a database and digital tools to help educate parents about pre-kindergarten educational opportunities in the city

New Visions for Public Schools
2019 - $175,000 (over fifteen months)

To support the continued development and strengthening of New Visions' key postsecondary pathway initiatives:  College Advising Pilot and Transfer 2 Career Collaborative

The New York Academy of Medicine
2016 - $150,000 (over eighteen months)

To conduct and report on the results of an applied research study examining best practices, recurrent challenges, and lessons learned in an effort to forge sustainable partnerships between hospitals/health systems and community-based organizations/providers

2013 - $100,000

To develop recommendations and stimulate system changes to improve support for older adults in NYC immediately before, during, and following a disaster event

2012 - $55,000

To help support a needs assessment aimed at informing efforts to enhance health programs and services at New York City's Innovative Senior Centers

The New York Botanical Garden
2019 - $50,000

To help support the expansion of Edible Academy programming, including planning efforts to develop partnerships with afterschool providers

2016 - $200,000 (over three years)

To help support the Children's Education program

2014 - $175,000 (over two years)

To help support the Children's Education program

2011 - $300,000 (over three years)

To help support the Children's Education program

2008 - $300,000 (over three years)

To help support the Children's Education program

New York Cares, Inc.
2020 - $150,000 (over two years)

To strengthen fundraising capacity in order to support delivery of more effective citywide programming that is both measurable and responsive to community need

New York Center for Child Development
2010 - $10,000

To support the editing, printing and dissemination of a white paper entitled, 'Promoting the Mental Health and Health Development of New York's Infants, Toddlers and Preschoolers: Advancing the Agenda, Sustaining the Gains: A Call to Action'

New York City Employment and Training Coalition, Inc.
2019 - $45,000

To help support communications and convening activities

2018 - $35,000

To provide ongoing communications and convening services to member organizations and the workforce community

2017 - $35,000

To provide ongoing communications and convening services to member organizations and the workforce community while building out its five-year strategic vision

2016 - $35,000

To provide support for the NYCETC's programs, communications, and planning

2014 - $25,000

To help support NYCETC's efforts to improve the quality of employment and training programs and foster stronger connections among its members

2013 - $25,000

To help NYCETC augment its communications and marketing capacity and, in turn, improve the reach, frequency, and effectiveness of programs and convenings for its network of workforce development organizations

2010 - $40,000

To help support NYCETC's employment and training advocacy and communications activities

2009 - $40,000

To help support NYCETC's employment and training advocacy and communications activities

New York City Outward Bound Center, Inc.
2009 - $25,000

To help support technical assistance for the board and staff to develop a sustainability plan that will allow the organization to realize its strategic vision

New York City Youth Funders
2018 - $5,000 (over two years)

To support the NYC Youth Funders network

2014 - $5,000 (over two years)

To help support the work of the New York City Youth Funders

2012 - $5,000 (over two years)

To help support the New York City Youth Funders

2010 - $5,000 (over two years)

To help support the New York City Youth Funders

2009 - $2,500

To help support the New York City Youth Funders Network

The New York Community Trust
2020 - $500,000

To help support the grantmaking component of the NYC COVID-19 Response & Impact Fund, with $250,000 allocated to Fund's Arts and Culture pool and $250,000 allocated to the Human Services pool

2020 - $200,000 (over two years)

To support The Fund for New Citizens' collaborative efforts to build the capacity of community-based immigrant-led and immigrant-serving nonprofits to advocate for, educate, and serve immigrants who live and work in New York City

2019 - $150,000 (over three years)

To help support the Mosaic Network and Fund, a funder collaborative created to foster greater racial equity within the NYC arts ecosystem through support to arts groups that are led by, created for, and accountable to African, Latinx, Asian, Arab, and Native American people

2019 - $75,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support the New York State Census Equity Fund, a donor collaborative to ensure a fair and accurate count of New York State and City residents for Census 2020

2019 - $100,000

To support Early Childhood Partners NYC, a collaborative funding network dedicated to insuring that all children in New York City enter kindergarten prepared for lifelong success

2018 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the New York City Workforce Development Fund

2018 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help launch the Mosaic Fund, a new donor collaborative supporting arts groups that are led by, created for, and serve African, Latinx, Asian, Arab, and Native American people

2018 - $100,000

To support Early Childhood Partners NYC, a collaborative funding network dedicated to ensuring that all NYC children enter kindergarten prepared for lifelong success

2018 - $200,000 (over two months)

To help support The Fund for New Citizens' efforts to build the effectiveness and capacity of New York City's immigrant-led and immigrant-serving nonprofits

2017 - $100,000

To support Early Childhood Partners NYC, a collaborative funding network dedicated to ensuring that all NYC children enter kindergarten prepared for lifelong success

2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To support capacity-building efforts of community-based, immigrant-led nonprofits in New York City through sub-grants from the Fund for New Citizens

2016 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the New York City Workforce Development Fund

2016 - $50,000

To help support the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in the New York Community Trust and the transition of the Fund's grantmaking program to the Mozilla Foundation

2016 - $50,000

To help support the Fund for New Citizens' Capacity Building Initiative for Immigrant Organizations

2015 - $75,000

To help support the New York City Workforce Development Fund

2015 - $75,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support technical assistance and cross-site learning among community partners participating in a Healthy Neighborhoods Initiative supported by the New York Community Trust and the New York State Health Foundation

2015 - $50,000

To help support the Fund for New Citizens' Capacity-Building Initiative for Immigrant Organizations

2014 - $50,000

To help support the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund

2014 - $75,000

To help support the New York City Workforce Development Fund

2014 - $50,000

To help support the Fund for New Citizens' Capacity-Building Initiative for Immigrant Organizations

2013 - $50,000

To help support the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund

2013 - $75,000

To help support the New York City Workforce Development Fund

2013 - $50,000

To help support the Fund for New Citizen's Capacity-Building Initiative for Immigrant Organizations

2012 - $50,000

To help support the Fund's Capacity-Building Initiative for Immigrant Organizations

2011 - $100,000

For the New York City Workforce Development Fund over fifteen months to help support pilot projects, stemming from the Cooperstown Workforce Conference, to improve the coordination and efficacy of the New York City workforce system

2011 - $40,000 (over six months)

As a final grant to the Summer Matters Fund, a public/private partnership of New York City grantmakers and The City of New York's Department of Youth and Community Development

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Fund's Capacity-Building Initiative for Immigrant Organizations

2011 - $50,000

To help support the New York City Workforce Development Fund

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Fund's Capacity-Building Initiative for Immigrant Organizations

2010 - $50,000

To help support the New York City Workforce Development Fund

2010 - $40,000 (over six months)

To help support the Summer Matters Fund, a public/private partnership of New York City grantmakers and The City of New York's Department of Youth and Community Development

2008 - $50,000

To help support the Fund's Capacity Building Initiative for Immigrant Organizations

New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute
2019 - $125,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support the Early Childhood Leadership Initiative and the administration of a new early childhood scholarship initiative

2018 - $100,000

To help support the Early Childhood Leadership Initiative to provide career support and professional development to early childhood program leaders and directors in New York City

2017 - $100,000

To help support the Early Childhood Leadership Initiative and provide career support and professional development to early childhood program leaders and directors in New York City

2016 - $125,000

To help sustain the position of Deputy Executive Director

2015 - $125,000

To help sustain the position of Deputy Director

2014 - $125,000

To increase organizational capacity by adding a Deputy Director to the leadership team

New York Foundation for the Arts, Inc.
2014 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To provide capacity building support

2009 - $50,000

To help expand services to the nonprofit arts sector by implementing key recommendations from NYFA’s five-year plan, including increasing the technological capabilities of NYFA’s Fiscal Sponsorship program and developing a marketing/outreach strategy

2008 - $50,000

To help expand services to the nonprofit arts sector by implementing key recommendations from NYFA's five-year plan

New York Hall of Science
2019 - $130,000 (over 26 months)

To build capacity to develop and design exhibits that embody its Design, Make, Play approach to STEM learning

2013 - $50,000

To support an effort to deepen ties with local schools, educators, and parents, while continuing community outreach initiatives aimed at increasing participation in NYSCI programs by families in surrounding multi-ethnic communities

2012 - $75,000

To support early childhood program initiatives and to strengthen community outreach aimed at increasing participation by families in surrounding multi-ethnic Queens communities

2011 - $75,000

To help support revitalization of Early Childhood programs and exhibits

2010 - $75,000

To help support the Early Childhood and Family Programs Initiatives

2009 - $75,000

To help support the Early Childhood and Family Programs Initiatives

2008 - $75,000

To help support and evaluate the Hall's programming and exhibition areas for preschool audiences

The New-York Historical Society
2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To implement enhancements identified through the New-York Historical Society's recent evaluation of its educational programming for students and teachers across the New York City metropolitan area, and expand work with targeted audiences

2015 - $75,000 (over 18 months)

To help strengthen N-YHS's educational programs through a comprehensive independent evaluation

The New York Immigration Coalition, Inc.
2020 - $150,000 (over two years)

For statewide advocacy, organizing, technical assistance, training, and public education to advance and protect immigrant rights and integration

2018 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for policy advocacy, communications, constituency education, and capacity building on behalf of member organizations serving immigrant New Yorkers

2018 - $50,000

To help support a Rapid Response initiative focused on strengthening the capacity of member organizations to reach and educate their communities

2016 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for services and advocacy on behalf of immigrant communities and member agencies

2015 - $100,000

To provide general support for its work on behalf of immigrant communities, including for outreach and efforts to strengthen coordination, effectiveness, and quality in legal and related assistance for immigrants seeking administrative relief and benefits

2014 - $70,000

To be divided as follows: $35,000 to support efforts to increase immigrant access to qualified representation, and to health care and health benefits; $35,000 in general support for its work on behalf of immigrant communities in NYS

2012 - $100,000 (over fifteen months)

To provide general support for New York advocacy, constituency building, and educational outreach activities

2011 - $70,000

To provide general support for advocacy, constituency building, public education, and technical assistance activities

2010 - $70,000

To provide general support for advocacy, policy analysis, and educational outreach activities

2009 - $70,000

To provide general support for advocacy, policy analysis, and educational outreach activities

2008 - $70,000

To provide general support for advocacy, policy analysis, and educational outreach activities

New York Interschool Association, Inc.
2018 - $25,000

To provide capacity building funds to support a part-time consultant to identify and mentor faculty of color and under-represented minorities and match these candidates with administrative and leadership positions in independent schools

2017 - $45,000

To support the Faculty Diversity Search program, which identifies and recruits faculty and administrators of color and other underrepresented minorities to teach and work in the New York independent school community

2016 - $45,000

To support the Faculty Diversity Search program, which identifies and recruits faculty and administrators of color and other underrepresented minorities to teach and work in the New York City independent schools

2015 - $70,000

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

2014 - $45,000

To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools

2013 - $45,000

To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools

2012 - $45,000

To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools

2011 - $30,000 (over two years)

To help initiate a philanthropy education program for select New York City independent, charter and inner-city Catholic schools

2011 - $45,000

To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools

2010 - $45,000

To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools

2009 - $45,000

To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools

2008 - $55,000

To help support the Faculty Diversity Search program to recruit and retain minority teachers in independent schools, and to provide a onetime grant for capacity building

New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Inc.
2020 - $70,000

To develop, strengthen, and spread the use of health status and healthcare needs as tools for legal, policy, and public advocacy on behalf of immigrants in detention

2019 - $100,000

To support an Immigrant Health-Needs Advocacy Project aimed at strategically using health conditions and healthcare needs in advocacy and representation on behalf of immigrants involved with the immigration enforcement system

2018 - $100,000

To support an Immigrant Health-Needs Advocacy Project aimed at strategically using health conditions and healthcare needs in advocacy and representation; and to improve the treatment of immigrants involved with the immigration enforcement system across a wide range of settings and circumstances

2017 - $100,000

To support systemic reform and effective representation of seriously ill immigrants through a continuum of interventions

New York Legal Assistance Group, Inc.
2019 - $75,000

To assess the value of adding paralegal support to the LegalHealth model at NYC Health + Hospitals sites, with a focus on the addition of a "triage" paralegal

2018 - $22,500

To identify and recommend models for the provision of suitable respite for the "medically homeless" in New York City

The New York Opportunity Network, Inc. dba The Opportunity Network
2019 - $200,000 (over two years)

To support OppNet’s two core programs: its founding, direct-service OppNet Fellows program, and its community and capacity-building OppNet Partnerships program

2017 - $150,000 (over two years)

For general operating support to help provide low-income public high school students with access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges

2015 - $150,000

To help provide low-income public high school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges

2013 - $120,000 (over two years)

To help provide low-income public high school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges

2012 - $50,000

To help provide low-income public high school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges

2011 - $35,000

To help provide low-income public high school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges

2010 - $35,000

To help provide low-income public high school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges

2009 - $30,000

To help provide low-income public-high-school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges

2008 - $30,000

To help provide low-income public-high school students access to career development training, professional networks, and competitive colleges

The New York-Presbyterian Hospital
2014 - $50,000

For a final grant in support of the Lang Youth Medical Program

2013 - $125,000 (over eighteen months)

To integrate three existing community care programs in order to maximize continuity of care across community, hospital, and primary care settings for patients with multiple chronic and behavioral health conditions

2013 - $50,000

To help support the Lang Youth Medical Program

2012 - $50,000

To help support the Lang Youth Medical Program

2011 - $50,000

To help support the Lang Youth Medical Program

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Lang Youth Medical Program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Lang Youth Medical Program

The New York Public Library
2019 - $85,000

To support NYPL's Early Literacy Initiative

2018 - $100,000

To help expand The New York Public Library's Early Literacy Initiative

2017 - $100,000

To support programs and services at NYPL’s Adult Learning Centers (ALCs), including free English language and literacy instruction and citizenship services for members of New York City’s at-risk immigrant population

2015 - $200,000 (over three years)

To help support the NYPL's Adult Learning Centers (ALCS)

2012 - $300,000 (over three years)

To provide general support for activities reaching New York City's most underserved communities

2008 - $1,400,000 (over four years)

To help support the “21st Century Library” campaign and to provide general support

New York Restoration Project
2015 - $50,000

To help measure and evaluate the Cultivating Community Program in order to have a better understanding and gauge what these green oases contribute to urban life

New York State Health Foundation
2014 - $115,000 (over eighteen months)

As a final grant to help support the New York State Health Foundation's multi-agency health insurance enrollment network initiative with a renewal grant to a NYC-based network participant

2013 - $115,000 (over sixteen months)

To help support the New York State Health Foundation's multi-agency health insurance outreach and enrollment initiative, with a sub-grant to a community-based nonprofit selected through its Request for Proposals

New York State Tenants & Neighbors Information Service, Inc.
2011 - $25,000

As a final grant to help support state-level advocacy leading to stronger housing code enforcement and affordable housing preservation

2010 - $25,000

To help implement strategies for housing preservation and advocacy related to the predatory equity financing crisis in New York City

2009 - $25,000

To help develop and implement strategies for housing preservation and advocacy related to the predatory equity financing crisis in New York City

2008 - $25,000

To help immigrant organizations increase their knowledge of housing issues, address the immediate housing needs of rent-regulated constituents, and engage in citywide systems change efforts

New York University/Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service
2008 - $70,000 (over two years)

To help support Developing New Leaders for New York's Nonprofits: Building an Alumni Network for the Fellowship for Emerging Leaders in Public Service

New York Youth Symphony, Inc.
2008 - $50,000

To help support the Symphony's work with young people in New York City over the next two years

New Yorkers for Parks
2019 - $150,000 (over two years)

To support coalition building and community outreach for the Play Fair Coalition

2017 - $120,000 (over two years)

To support Planning for Open Space Equity, an applied research initiative to develop and vet open space metrics, apply them to community planning efforts, and shape policy

2016 - $60,000

To help foster robust advocacy connections with local parks groups and undertake several projects to bolster the quality, relevance, and impact of its communications tools and research

2014 - $120,000 (over two years)

For general support to help create an equitable, well-maintained and well-preserved parks system and foster a strong, vocal, and informed constituency for parks across the five boroughs

2013 - $100,000 (over six months)

To help New Yorkers for Parks commission an independent analysis of the maintenance costs for Flushing Meadows Corona Park

2012 - $125,000 (over two years)

To help support research, advocacy, and education to help ensure that parks and open spaces across the five boroughs are well-funded, well-maintained, and safe for the enjoyment of all New Yorkers

2010 - $125,000 (over two years)

To help support organizational capacity building and efforts to build a stronger coalition of parks advocates, environmental organizations and recreational groups in support of New York City's parks

2008 - $125,000 (over two years)

To help support the Parks 2009 Campaign

Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, Inc.
2019 - $10,000 (over six months)

To help support organizational rebranding in keeping with a recently adopted strategic plan

2018 - $60,000 (over two years)

To strengthen, promote, and protect the New York City-area nonprofit sector

2016 - $60,000 (over eight months)

To support the development and roll out of a comprehensive three-year strategic plan, aimed at strengthening NPCC and, thereby, the nonprofit sector in the NYC metropolitan region

2016 - $60,000 (over two years)

To leverage NPCC's new leadership to improve and expand programs, services, and benefits, thereby strengthening and improving New York nonprofits and their management practices

2014 - $60,000 (over two years)

For general support of NPCC and its work on behalf of the local nonprofit sector

2012 - $80,000 (over two years)

To help support NPCC's work on behalf of the local nonprofit sector

2011 - $40,000

To help support NPCC's work on behalf of the local nonprofit sector

2010 - $50,000

To help support NPCC's work on behalf of the local nonprofit sector

2009 - $50,000

To help support NPCC's work on behalf of the local nonprofit sector

2008 - $50,000

To help support NPCC's work on behalf of the local nonprofit sector

Nonprofit Finance Fund
2012 - $25,000 (over six months)

To help support strategic financial guidance to nonprofits in New York City and the development of new models to enhance effectiveness, including creation of a NYC Community Resilience Fund

2011 - $50,000

To help support financial management assistance focused on outer-borough New York City nonprofit organizations

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Borough-Based Initiative for New York City nonprofit organizations

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Program Service Preservation Initiative for New York City nonprofit organizations

Northside Center for Child Development, Inc.
2009 - $50,000

To provide a third year of support for the Comprehensive Evaluation Program

2008 - $50,000

To help support the second year of the Comprehensive Evaluation Program

Notre Dame School of Manhattan
2016 - $100,000 (over two years)

To create a Facilitator of Mission and Board Development position responsible for identifying and bringing on new board members and strengthening strategic planning and fundraising

2011 - $75,000 (over two years)

To help fund the position of Coordinator of Alumnae Relations and Special Events

NPower NY, Inc.
2015 - $35,000

To help support the Technology Service Corps workforce development program for disconnected youth in New York

2013 - $50,000 (over sixteen months)

To help support the Technology Service Corps workforce development program for disconnected youth in New York as it seeks to improve its services and outcomes

2011 - $175,000 (over two years)

To help support The Community Corps, the Technology Service Corps, and strategic and business planning for NPower's nonprofit managed services and related IT outsourcing solutions

2010 - $100,000

To help support the continued development of affordable, high-quality information technology services for New York City nonprofits and to help expand NPower NY's Technology Service Corps

2009 - $100,000

To further develop the NPower Platform to improve technology services to New York City nonprofits and help expand NPower NY's Technology Service Corps

NYC Health + Hospitals
2019 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support the development, implementation, and evaluation of a Home-Based Primary Care program targeting high-risk home- or nearly home-bound older adult patients

NYC Salt, Inc.
2020 - $130,000 (over two years)

To help support capacity building efforts that advance plans for long-term organizational sustainability and program expansion

2019 - $60,000

To help support capacity building efforts that advance plans for long-term organizational sustainability and program expansion

2017 - $60,000 (over fifteen months)

To provide capacity building support for long-term sustainability and growth in order to connect more low-income, immigrant NYC youth to intensive high-quality pre-professional arts instruction and post-secondary and career opportunities in photography

2016 - $25,000

To provide capacity building support for long-term sustainability and growth in order to connect more low-income, immigrant NYC youth to high-quality pre-professional arts instruction and post-secondary and career opportunities

Ocean Bay Community Development Corporation
2016 - $60,000

To help support the addition of a Deputy Director to OBCDC's management team

2014 - $60,000

To help support the expansion of Ocean Bay's fiscal management team

OneGoal
2020 - $75,000

To provide support for programming and operations in New York City

2019 - $75,000

To support OneGoal's college access and success work with New York City students

2018 - $75,000

To support OneGoal's expansion in New York City schools

2017 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To support OneGoal's expansion in New York City schools

Open Space Alliance for North Brooklyn Inc. (OSA) (dba North Brooklyn Parks Alliance (NBK Parks))
2018 - $45,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support the development of a network of parks groups in North Brooklyn

Orchestra of St. Luke's/St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble, Inc.
2019 - $80,000 (over two years)

To support the creation and implementation of a comprehensive strategic plan, in advance of OSL’s approaching 50th anniversary, that provides a roadmap for bolstering artistry, increasing organizational capacity, and strengthening the Orchestra’s ability to serve diverse audiences

2018 - $35,000

To help strengthen the programming and support the strategic growth of the Youth Orchestra of St. Luke’s, an intensive afterschool instrumental learning program in Hell’s Kitchen

2017 - $35,000

To help strengthen the programming and support the strategic growth of the Youth Orchestra of St. Luke’s, an intensive after-school instrumental learning program in the Hell's Kitchen area of Manhattan

2016 - $35,000

To help support the growth and programming of the Youth Orchestra of St. Luke's

2015 - $35,000

To help support the Youth Orchestra of St. Luke's

2014 - $35,000

To help support and expand the Youth Orchestra of St. Luke's, an immersive music program for children and youth from underserved backgrounds

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Inc.
2020 - $25,000

To continue the implementation of its first comprehensive strategic plan, with a focus on developing collaborative partnerships, providing training and mentorship opportunities to underserved communities, and increasing visibility in New York City

2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support to help develop and implement the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra’s first comprehensive strategic plan

Pace University
2008 - $65,000

To help support the Lienhard School of Nursing's Cultural Competence, Nursing, and Interdisciplinary Team Care program

Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute, Inc.
2019 - $130,000 (over two years)

For strategic practice innovation, training, and policy advocacy aimed at enhancing the quality of home care jobs and the care these workers can deliver

2018 - $75,000

To develop and disseminate best practices and advocate for policies that strengthen long-term care in New York, improving both the quality of home care jobs and the care that direct-care workers deliver at home to the most vulnerable

2017 - $100,000

To develop, implement, and promote best practices and policies that strengthen long-term care services and improve direct-care jobs in New York and beyond

2016 - $100,000

To help support a targeted initiative to demonstrate the value of home care workers to the clinical outcomes prioritized by NYS's Medicaid strategy—and to enhance the training, roles, and funding needed to support this effort

2014 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help ensure that changes to New York State's long-term care delivery system have a measurable, positive impact on home care workers and consumers

2012 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support the New York Policy Program and its efforts to strengthen the home-care workforce and thereby improve care for the elderly and disabled

2010 - $250,000 (over two years)

To help support policy work to strengthen New York State's essential direct-care workforce and improve care for elders and individuals living with disabilities statewide.

2008 - $250,000 (over two years)

To help build policy staff capacity in support of a comprehensive effort to achieve quality care through quality jobs

ParentChild+ Inc. (FKA The Parent-Child Home Program, Inc.)
2020 - $200,000 (over two years)

To provide operating support for the national center's work in New York City

2018 - $200,000 (over two years)

To support further growth, assessment, and improvement of the Family Child Care program in NYC, and a new partnership with the Public Prep charter network to extend PCHP's one-on-one home visiting model to Public Prep families

2015 - $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

2014 - $85,000

To help support the Parent-Child Home Program in New York City and expand the pilot program with family child care providers to the Bronx

2013 - $65,000

To help support The Parent-Child Home Program in New York City and pilot the program with family child care providers

2012 - $50,000

To help support The Parent-Child Home Program's expansion in New York City and develop and pilot a technology curriculum

2011 - $50,000

To help support The Parent-Child Home Program's expansion in New York City

2010 - $50,000

To help support The Parent-Child Home Program's expansion in New York City

Park Avenue Armory
2016 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for the execution and expansion of complex unconventional “only at the Armory” productions and programming

The Partnership for Inner-City Education
2020 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support to the Partnership Schools

2018 - $125,000 (over two years)

To help build the Partnership's Advancement Team to expand the donor base and increase the amount of funds raised

2016 - $125,000 (over two years)

To support the continued implementation of a comprehensive academic plan across the Partnership’s network of six schools (Pre-K through Grade 8) in Harlem and the South Bronx

2014 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help develop a strategic academic plan for the six Partnership-network inner-city Catholic elementary schools in Harlem and the South Bronx and to help support the first year of plan implementation

2011 - $45,000

To help sustain the Library Connections program by supporting cross-curricular projects in alumni schools and convening meetings for alumni teachers to share best practices and ideas.

2010 - $45,000

To help sustain the Library Connections program by supporting cross-curricular projects in alumni schools and convening biannual meetings for alumni teachers to share best practices and ideas (through the Inner-City Scholarship Fund, Inc./Patrons Program)

2009 - $50,000

To provide support for Pathways to Excellence, a strategic plan being developed by the Superintendent of Schools for the Archdiocese of New York

2009 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Principal Academy, an initiative to identify and train new leaders for the Inner-City Catholic elementary schools in New York City

Partnership for Palliative Care
2010 - $25,000

To help support the Partnership's efforts to increase support for leading practitioners, researchers, and institutions in palliative care and educate the public, policymakers, and the medical community about the role of palliative care

Per Scholas Inc.
2014 - $40,000

To help support the implementation of a new Learning Management System for students in its IT workforce development programs in New York City

Peter Westbrook Foundation, Inc.
2019 - $25,000

To provide program support for this youth development program anchored by the sport of fencing

2018 - $35,000

To provide program support for this youth development program anchored by the sport of fencing

2017 - $35,000

To provide program support for this youth development program anchored by the sport of fencing

2016 - $35,000

To help support fencing and academic enrichment programs

2014 - $35,000

To help support the Academic Enrichment Program

2015 - $35,000

To help support the Academic Enrichment Program

2013 - $35,000

To help support the Academic Enrichment Program

2012 - $40,000 (over 15 months)

To help support the Academic Enrichment Program

2011 - $35,000

To help support the Academic Enrichment Program

2010 - $35,000

To help support the Academic Enrichment Program

2009 - $35,000

To help support the Academic Enrichment Program

2008 - $35,000

To help strengthen the Academic Enrichment Program

Philanthropy New York, Inc.
2020 - $34,700 (over two years)

For general operating support

2019 - $17,350

For general operating support

2018 - $17,350

For general support

2017 - $17,350

To help provide general support

2016 - $17,350

To help provide general support

2014 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Fund for 2025, an initiative to meet the NYC philanthropic community's needs over the next decade

2014 - $17,350

For general support

2013 - $17,350

For general support

2012 - $15,000

To help support the 2013 Education Reform Review Initiative

2012 - $17,350

For general support

2011 - $14,450

For general support

2015 - $17,350

For general support

2010 - $14,450

For general support

2009 - $14,450

For general support

2009 - $10,000

To help support the 2009 New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence Awards Program

2009 - $3,550

To help support the 2010 New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence Awards Program

2008 - $14,450

For general support

2008 - $10,000

To help support the 2008 New York Times Company Nonprofit Excellence Awards Program

Phipps Neighborhoods, Inc.
2019 - $40,000

To support the Career Network:  Healthcare program

2017 - $40,000 (over fifteen months)

To create an expanded network of healthcare partners for the Career Network: Healthcare program serving out-of-school youth in low-income neighborhoods in the Bronx

2016 - $50,000

To support the Phipps Neighborhood Education and Learning Initiative in its continuing work building standardized education practices, structured program evaluation protocols, effective staff development, and a positive practitioners' culture among Phipps's teaching staff

2015 - $50,000

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

2014 - $50,000

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

2012 - $35,000

To help support the Education and Learning Initiative, designed to strengthen academic services across the Youth Services Division

2011 - $35,000

To help strengthen academic services across the Youth Services Division through the development of a division-wide, evidence based curriculum, the centralization of training and professional development, and the development of effective assessment tools

The Pierpont Morgan Library
2014 - $120,000 (over two years)

To help build the Morgan Library & Museum's capacity to evaluate and maximize participation in its education programs

The Posse Foundation, Inc.
2017 - $50,000

To help support the Posse New York STEM Program

2015 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Posse New York STEM Posse Program

2013 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Posse New York STEM Posse Program

2011 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the Posse New York Science Posse Program

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Posse New York Science Posse Program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Posse New York, Science Posse Program

2008 - $50,000

To help support the Posse New York Science Posse Program

Power of Two, a project of Fund for the City of New York, Inc.
2019 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for Power of Two to serve infants and toddlers and their primary caregivers through a short-term, evidence-based home visiting program, Attachment and Biobehavioral Catch-up

2018 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for Power of Two to serve infants and toddlers and their primary caregivers through a short-term, evidence-based home visiting program, Attachment and Bio-behavioral Catch-Up (ABC)

2017 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for Power of Two to serve infants and their primary caregivers through a short-term, evidence-based home visiting program, Attachment and Bio-behavioral Catch-Up (ABC)

2016 - $75,000

To provide general operating support for Power of Two to serve at least 500 infants and their primary caregivers in Brownsville and East New York, Brooklyn through a short-term, evidence-based home visiting program, Attachment and Bio-behavioral Catch-Up (ABC)

Pratt Institute
2016 - $35,000

To support the capacity building efforts of Pratt’s Center for Art, Design, and Community Engagement K-12 as it works to increase access to art and design education for young people from underserved communities and evaluate the impact of those efforts

2009 - $30,000

To help support the Design Initiative for Community Empowerment (DICE) program, which prepares underserved Brooklyn high school students to pursue careers and advanced educational opportunities in design

2008 - $30,000

To help support the Design Initiative for Community Empowerment (DICE) program, which prepares underserved Brooklyn high school students to pursue career and advanced educational opportunities in design

Prep for Prep
2015 - $175,000

To provide capacity building support to help create a dedicated communications team and expand and improve Prep's overall communication efforts

2013 - $175,000 (over two years)

To help build the capacity of Prep's Alumni Affairs office to serve and draw upon the growing body of Prep graduates

2011 - $50,000

As a final grant to help support year three of Prep's conversion to and implementation of an updated organization-wide database

2010 - $75,000

To help support Prep's conversion to and implementation of an updated organization-wide database

2009 - $75,000

To help support Prep's conversion to and implementation of an updated organization-wide database

Primary Care Development Corporation
2020 - $75,000

To support relief, recovery, and resilience for safety-net primary care independent practices

2014 - $250,000 (over two years)

To help support creation of a systematic approach to clinician engagement in health homes, while launching a learning community and advisory board to begin testing and disseminating PCDC care coordination tools more broadly

2012 - $300,000

To support the development of a care coordination model for use by primary care providers, to pilot the model with clinics and practices serving low-income Brooklyn residents, and disseminate results (over two years)

2010 - $300,000 (over two years)

To help support the development and implementation of a Medical Home Learning Collaborative to help primary care providers achieve Patient-Centered Medical Home recognition and meaningful use of health information technology standards.

Project Ezra
2009 - $25,000

To help support Project Ezra’s work on behalf of frail, homebound, and immigrant elderly

2008 - $25,000

To help support Project Ezra's work on behalf of frail, homebound, and immigrant elderly

Pro Publica, Inc.
2019 - $50,000 (over two years)

To help support reporting concerning New York’s public institutions, including accountability reporting on policies, practices, and program implementation with the goal of stimulating positive change

2017 - $60,000 (over two years)

To help support investigative journalism on New York’s public institutions, including accountability reporting on policies, practices, and program implementation with the goal of stimulating positive change

Prospect Park Alliance, Inc.
2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help underwrite a community engagement project designed to solicit stakeholder input for the rehabilitation of Prospect Park’s Rose Garden, as part of the next phase of Prospect Park Alliance’s strategic planning process

2015 - $50,000

To help underwrite the costs of a strategic planning process to help the Alliance identify future objectives that serve the Prospect Park and its visitors

2014 - $40,000

To provide general support for the Prospect Park Alliance as it strengthens its programs and operations, further develops its constituency and volunteer base, and integrates the LeFrak Center and lakeside parkland into its landscape management strategy

2012 - $40,000

For general support for the Prospect Park Alliance as it strengthens its programs and operation, and further develops its constituency

2011 - $40,000

For general support for the Prospect Park Alliance as it strengthens its programs and operations

2010 - $50,000

For general support for the Prospect Park Alliance as it restructures its programs and operations

2009 - $50,000

For general support of the Prospect Park Alliance as it restructures its programs and operations

PS 214, The Michael Friedsam School
2010 - $5,000

One-time only special contribution to the PS 214 School Fund in honor of Michael Friedsam's 150th birthday

Public Health Solutions
2020 - $150,000 (over eighteen months)

To pilot the integration of food and nutrition support with care transition services for older adults and persons with chronic conditions following hospital discharge

2019 - $60,000

To support efforts aimed at improving outcomes in an IT-based system for referring high-risk, food insecure patients to a network of community-based food and nutrition service providers in the Bronx

Public/Private Ventures
2008 - $45,000

To help support the implementation of Youth Education for Tomorrow, a community-based literacy initiative, in New York City

Publicolor, Inc.
2019 - $90,000 (over two years)

To support the COLOR Club, Next Steps, and Summer Design Studio programs

2017 - $90,000 (over two years)

To help support the COLOR Club, Next Steps, and Summer Design Studio programs

2015 - $90,000 (over two years)

To help support the COLOR Club, Next Steps and Summer Design Studio programs

2013 - $70,000 (over two years)

To help support the COLOR Club, Next Steps, and Summer Design Studio programs

2013 - $20,000

To further develop the capacity to define and measure outcomes within Publicolor programs

2012 - $30,000

To help support the COLOR Club, Next Steps, and Summer Design Studio programs

2011 - $30,000

To help support the COLOR Club, Next Steps, and Next Steps Prep programs

2010 - $30,000

To renew support for the COLOR Club and Next Steps programs

2009 - $30,000

To help support the COLOR Club and NEXT STEPS programs

2008 - $30,000

To help support the COLOR Club and Next Steps programs

Pursuit Transformation Company Inc. (FKA Coalition for Queens)
2019 - $50,000

To support capacity building efforts including the development of a custom job development CRM platform

2018 - $75,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support C4Q’s capacity-building efforts, including its implementation of a new Customer Relationship Management system

The Queens Borough Public Library
2018 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support an Out-of-School-Time Outcomes Analyst and the development of an outcomes-driven, evidence-based, measurement-focused framework for the Library’s out-of-school-time programs

2017 - $125,000

To provide support for two of the Queens Borough Public Library's most crucial programs: Kickoff to Kindergarten (K2K) and English for Speakers of Other Languages ( ESOL)

2015 - $150,000 (over fourteen months)

To help support Kickoff to Kindergarten (K2K) and English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL)

2014 - $150,000

To help build capacity and provide support for Kickoff to Kindergarten (K2K) and English for Speakers of Others Languages (ESOL)

2012 - $50,000

As a special one-time contribution to QBPL as it responds to the needs of families in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and restores library services in affected south Queens branch libraries

2011 - $450,000 (over three years)

To help support English for Speakers of Other Languages, the Family Literacy Program and the Youth Workforce Development Program

2008 - $600,000 (over three years)

To help support the Adult Learner Program and the Youth Workforce Development program

Queens Community House, Inc.
2018 - $35,000 (over fifteen months)

To help implement the first phase of an agency-wide database system using a Salesforce platform

2017 - $40,000

For capacity building priorities, including board development and a needs assessment to help inform its work in the Pomonok Gardens community

2016 - $50,000

To promote recognition, across QCH sites and programs, of a cohesive QCH brand that is representative of its values, vision, approach, outcomes, and integrated network

Queens Council on the Arts, Inc.
2020 - $25,000

To help support the High School to Art School portfolio development program

2019 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building support for marketing and communications initiatives in advance of its move to a new location

2018 - $50,000 (over two years)

To help support the High School to Art School Portfolio Development Program

2016 - $50,000 (over two years)

To help support the High School to Art School (HS2AS) initiative

2015 - $40,000

To provide capacity building support to help Queens Council on the Arts draft a plan to guide its future, increase its impact, strengthen its visual brand, and support the cultural diversity of Queens

2014 - $50,000 (over two years)

To help support the High School to Art School (HS2AS) initiative

2013 - $20,000

To help support the High School to Art School (HS2AS) program

2011 - $40,000 (over two years)

To help support the High School to Art School (HS2AS) initiative

2010 - $20,000

To help support the High School to Art School (HS2AS) initiative

2009 - $15,000

To help support the High School to Art School (HS2AS) initiative

Queens Museum of Art (dba Queens Museum)
2020 - $75,000 (over fifteen months)

To support New New Yorkers, an ongoing arts and literacy initiative for recent adult immigrants, including adaptations to online and in-person programming

2019 - $85,000

To renew support for the New New Yorkers arts and literacy initiative for recent adult immigrants

2018 - $100,000

To renew support for the Museum’s New New Yorkers arts and literacy initiative for recent adult immigrants and help support the Museum’s partnership with the Queens Library

2017 - $100,000

To renew support for the Museum’s New New Yorkers arts and literacy initiative

2016 - $100,000

To help support the Art and Literacy Program for New New Yorkers

2015 - $100,000

To help support the Art and Literacy for New New Yorkers program

2012 - $325,000 (over 3 yrs)

To help support Art and Literacy for New New Yorkers, plan for the nation's first-ever public library in an art museum, and implement Collaborative Action Research assessment results to improve teaching practice and enhance student impact

2010 - $150,000 (over sixteen months)

To help support the Art and Literacy for New New Yorkers program and develop an effective means of measuring, tracking, and reporting on the results of this work

2009 - $125,000

To help support Art and Literacy for New New Yorkers program

2008 - $150,000

To help support Literacy and Art with New New Yorkers

Reach Out And Read of Greater New York, Inc.
2014 - $75,000 (over two years)

As a final grant to provide general support for this early literacy program

2013 - $50,000

To provide general support for this early literacy program

2012 - $50,000

To help provide New York City children and families with pediatric literacy counseling and support

2011 - $50,000

To help provide New York City children and families with pediatric literacy counseling and support

2010 - $50,000

To help provide New York City children and families with pediatric literacy counseling and support

2008 - $120,000 (over two years)

To build capacity and begin implementing a five-year strategic plan

Read Alliance, Inc. (formerly Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation, Inc. dba Read Alliance)
2020 - $100,000

To provide general operating support for READ's School Year and Summer Reading Programs

2019 - $100,000

To help support Read Alliance FY 19 School Year and Summer Programs

2018 - $100,000

To support the Read Alliance FY 18 School Year and Summer Reading Programs

2017 - $100,000

To provide general support for READ's early literacy work in New York City

2016 - $100,000

To provide general support for READ's early literacy work in New York City

2015 - $100,000

To provide general support for READ's early literacy work in New York City

2014 - $100,000

To provide general support for READ's early literacy work in New York City

2013 - $30,000 (over eighteen months)

To provide capacity building support for board training and development and securing a full-time development director

2013 - $100,000

To provide general support for Read's early literacy work in New York City

2012 - $100,000

To provide general support for Read's early literacy work in New York City

2011 - $100,000

To provide general support for READ's early literacy work in New York City

2010 - $100,000

To support READ's year-round Catholic-school program and summer programming open to all students

2009 - $100,000

To help support READ's year-round parochial school program and for summer programming open to all students

2008 - $100,000

To help strengthen core services and support capacity building efforts for READ's year-round parochial school program and for summer programming open to all students

Red Hook Initiative
2016 - $60,000

To develop and launch RHI Institute, a comprehensive professional development program to give frontline staff the time and training necessary to advance within the organization

Reel Works Teen Filmmaking
2019 - $50,000

To support MediaMKRS – a badging credentialing platform and consortium of educators, philanthropy, government, employers and labor unions to create pathways for careers for young New Yorkers to join the city’s growing media industry

2018 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To support MediaMKRS, an innovative digital credentialing platform for media studies and workforce readiness in film and entertainment

Regional Plan Association
2008 - $75,000

To help support the Campaign for New York's Future, building broad public support for PlaNYC and its comprehensive vision for a sustainable New York City

Regis High School
2013 - $50,000

As a final grant to help support REACH's comprehensive recruiting and admissions program

2010 - $50,000

To help support development and early implementation of REACH's comprehensive recruiting and admissions program

ReServe Elder Service, Inc.
2016 - $40,000

To pursue strategies and partnerships that will help to ensure the sustainability of ReServe's Dementia Care Coach (DCC) program

2015 - $50,000

To help expand ReServe's Health Impact program and expand the number of ReServists

2014 - $50,000

To help build ReServe's Health Mentors program and expand the number of participating ReServists

2013 - $50,000

To help bring the skills and experience of retirees to non-profit organizations

2011 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help bring the skills and experience of retirees to non-profit organizations

2010 - $50,000

To help bring the skills and experience of retirees to non-profit organizations

2009 - $50,000

To help bring the skills and experience of retirees to non-profit organizations

2008 - $50,000

To help bring the skills and experience of retirees to nonprofit organizations

Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc. (dba INCLUDEnyc)
2020 - $50,000

To provide general operating support for INCLUDEnyc’s work serving young people with any disability and their families in New York City

Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, Inc.
2018 - $45,000

To help expand ‘high road’ opportunities in the New York restaurant industry through workforce development training and partnerships

2017 - $40,000

To help support Restaurant Opportunities Center - New York's Making the High Road:  Restaurant Workforce Development Partnership

Riders Alliance
2019 - $60,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support a campaign for effective, affordable, and accessible mass transit in NYC, with attention to the urgent need to fix the subway system and to implement a fair and effective congestion pricing program to help fund necessary investments

2017 - $60,000 (over fourteen months)

To build additional capacity within the Riders Alliance for disseminating the findings of recent studies of the economic impact of transit delays on New York City and for advocating for better subway and bus service and a stronger public investment in mass transit

Riverdale Neighborhood House, Inc.
2014 - $45,000 (over two years)

As a final grant to help support the Youth Internship Program and its Library Leaders component

2013 - $25,000

To help support the Youth Internship Program

2012 - $25,000

To help support the Youth Internship Program

2011 - $25,000

To help support the Youth Internship Program

2010 - $25,000

To help support the Youth Internship Program and Library Leaders project

2009 - $25,000

To help support the Youth Internship Program and Library Leaders project

Robin Hood Foundation
2020 - $200,000 (over six months)

To provide assistance to New Yorkers who face extreme economic hardship upon discharge from a NYC Health + Hospitals facility following an inpatient hospitalization due to COVID-19

Rockaway Waterfront Alliance, Inc. (AKA RISE Rockaway Initiative for Sustainability and Equity)
2019 - $70,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support for the Rockaway Initiative for Sustainability and Equity’s Shore Corps Youth Development Program

2018 - $50,000

To help support the development of a strategic action plan and an organizational development plan

Rocking the Boat, Inc.
2019 - $90,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for Rocking the Boat's extensive youth development and community programming in the South Bronx

2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for this youth development organization that offers dynamic educational activities to middle school, high school, and college-aged young people and their communities in the South Bronx

2015 - $112,000 (over two years)

$50,000 each year to provide general operating support for this youth development organization; and an additional $12,000 in the first year to upgrade the current data system, migrate data, and train staff

2013 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general support for this youth development organization

2011 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general support to this youth development organization

2010 - $50,000

To help support the Job Skills Apprenticeship Program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Job Skills Program

Roundabout Theatre Company, Inc.
2019 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help create pathways for young adults into technical theatre training, professional mentorships, and employment

2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help create pathways for young adults into technical theatre training, professional mentorships, and employment

Row New York, Inc.
2020 - $120,000 (over two years)

For general operating support

2018 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for Row New York's youth development work

2016 - $120,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for rowing and academic programs in New York City

2014 - $100,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for rowing and academic programs in New York City

2012 - $80,000 (over two years)

To provide general operating support for rowing and academic programs in New York City

2011 - $35,000

To help support the Empowerment through Rowing and Academics (ERA) Program for girls and young women in New York City

2010 - $25,000

To help support the Empowerment through Rowing and Academics (ERA) Program for girls and young women in New York City

2009 - $25,000

To help support the core program of intensive rowing, academic support, and college guidance for young inner-city women

Rubin Museum of Art
2008 - $35,000

To help support and expand early childhood, after school, and community programs

Safe Horizon, Inc.
2020 - $75,000 (over eighteen months)

To support capacity-building and/or emergency response strategies at a key juncture

2008 - $35,000

To help support replication of the Counseling Center model and the introduction of a Counseling Center Residency Program

Saint Ignatius School/New York Nativity
2016 - $25,000 (over fifteen months)

As a final grant to help support the salary of a full-time Advancement Associate

2008 - $100,000

To provide capacity building support to build teaching skills in literacy, math, and science and increase student achievement

SCAN-New York Volunteer Parent-Aides Association, Inc.
2008 - $40,000

To help support the Reach for the Stars program and college tours

ScriptEd (dba Code Nation)
2019 - $75,000

To support New York City programming

2018 - $75,000

To support ScriptEd’s New York City-based pipeline of programming

2017 - $50,000

To support ScriptEd’s New York City-based pipeline of programming

SeaChange Capital Partners, Inc.
2019 - $175,000 (over three years)

To be divided as follows:  $150,000 to renew support for the New York Merger and Collaboration Fund and $25,000 to provide operating support for other New York-focused work

2016 - $125,000 (over twenty-seven months)

To renew participation in New York Merger, Acquistion, and Collaboration Fund (NYMAC), which encourages and supports mergers, acquisitions, and other types of formal, long-term collaborations between nonprofit organizations serving New York City

2014 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the NY Merger, Acquisition, and Collaboration Fund, which seeks to encourage and enable mergers, acquisitions, and other types of formal, long-term collaborations among and/or between nonprofit organizations serving New Yorkers

2013 - $50,000 (over six months)

To help support the creation of the New York Pooled PRI Fund, a collaborative vehicle to facilitate additional program-related investment in New York City nonprofits

2012 - $65,000

To help support the New York Merger, Acquisition, and Collaboration Fund, which seeks to encourage and enable mergers, acquisitions, and other types of formal, long-term collaborations among and/or between nonprofit organizations serving New Yorkers

Search and Care, Inc.
2012 - $50,000

As a final grant to support refinement, expansion, and increased sustainability of Search and Care's comprehensive care management program serving vulnerable seniors in East Harlem

2011 - $50,000

To support refinement, expansion, and increased sustainability of Search and Care's comprehensive care management program serving vulnerable seniors in East Harlem

2010 - $50,000

For capacity building support to replicate Search and Care's comprehensive care management model to serve vulnerable seniors in East Harlem

2009 - $50,000

For capacity building support to replicate Search and Care's comprehensive care management model to serve vulnerable seniors in East Harlem

2008 - $50,000

For capacity building support to replicate Search and Care's comprehensive care management model to serve vulnerable seniors in East Harlem

Search Results
Seedco & The Non-Profit Assistance Corporation
2008 - $600,000 (over three years)

To help support the EarnMore career advancement program

Service Program for Older People, Inc.
2020 - $75,000

To explore the prospects for integrating Tele-Behavioral Health into at-home services, while learning from the recent emergency deployment of services

2017 - $50,000

To support model refinement and the documentation of outcomes in this partnership effort to provide coordinated physical and mental health care to homebound seniors

2015 - $100,000

To help support development and participation in a strategic partnership with Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors to deliver mental health services to homebound seniors as part of a coordinated physical and behavioral health care team

The Shed NYC, Inc.
2018 - $125,000 (over eighteen months)

To provide capacity building support for The Shed’s audience development and community engagement strategy

Single Stop USA, Inc.
2017 - $75,000

To increase access to benefits assistance programs for eligible, low-income New Yorkers through the development, pilot testing, and full implementation of a central technology platform that will facilitate eligibility screening and data tracking within the Start by Asking initiative and other strategic efforts to target eligible potential applicants

2015 - $68,000

To help support a public-private partnership to launch an "integrated benefits-access" pilot program at publicly-funded senior centers in NYC

Sphinx Organization, Inc.
2019 - $30,000

To support and grow the capacity, sustainability, and impact on its New York partnerships and programming

2018 - $25,000

To support and grow the capacity, sustainability, and impact of the Sphinx Organization's New York partnerships and programming

2017 - $25,000

To support and expand the capacity and sustainability of the Sphinx Organization's New York partnerships, programming, and impact

2016 - $25,000 (over eighteen months)

To provide a planning grant to support and grow the capacity and sustainability of the Sphinx Organization's New York partnerships, programming, and impact

Sponsors for Educational Opportunity, Inc.
2019 - $300,000 (over three years)

To support the continued expansion of the SEO Scholars program in New York City through its "Opportunity X 2" initiative

2016 - $300,000 (over three years)

To continue support for SEO's "OpportunityX2" expansion initiative in New York

2013 - $325,000 (over three years)

To help support SEO's OpportunityX2 initiative

2010 - $300,000 (over three years)

To help support the SEO Scholars Program

Springboard Collaborative
2020 - $75,000

To provide operating support for family engagement and literacy instruction in New York City

2019 - $75,000

To support Springboard Summer in New York City

2018 - $75,000

To support the growth of Springboard Summer in New York City

St. Aloysius Education Clinic (aka Education Clinic, Inc.)
2013 - $30,000

To help support the Clinic's year-round academic enrichment programs for underserved children and youth

2012 - $30,000

To help support the Clinic's year-round academic enrichment programs for underserved children and youth

2011 - $30,000

To help support the Academic Achievement and Cultural Enrichment Program (AACE) for academically promising inner-city children

2010 - $30,000

To help support the Academic Achievement and Cultural Enrichment Program (AACE)

2009 - $30,000

To help support the Academic Achievement and Cultural Enrichment Program (AACE)

2008 - $25,000

To help support the Academic Achievement and Cultural Enrichment Program (AACE)

St. Aloysius School
2011 - $50,000

For capacity-building support to strengthen the communications and fundraising infrastructure of this newly reconfigured Jesuit-sponsored independent school for inner-city elementary and middle school children

2010 - $50,000

To help support a new position, Principal of Middle Schools, as St. Aloysius transitions to being an independent school in the Jesuit tradition

St. Vincent's Hospital Manhattan
2009 - $250,000

To help support for the Hospital’s Palliative Care Center for Service, Education, and Research

2008 - $250,000

To help support the Hospital's Palliative Care Center for Service, Education, and Research

Staten Island Children's Museum
2019 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Intern and Ambassador Program

2018 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Intern and Ambassador Program for teens

2017 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Intern and Ambassador Program for teens

2015 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Intern and Ambassador Program

2014 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Intern and Ambassador Program

2013 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Intern and Ambassador Program

2012 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Internship and Ambassador Program

2011 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Internship and Ambassador Program

2010 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Internship and Ambassador Program

2009 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Internship and Ambassador Program

2008 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Ambassador Program and the Museum Internship Program

Stonewall Community Development Corp.
2016 - $15,000 (over ten months)

To conduct a citywide survey and generate a comprehensive market profile report on the needs of Lesbian Gay Bisexual, Transgendered and Questioning (LGBTQ) seniors throughout the five boroughs in regards to affordable housing, aging in place, support networks and related health, financial and social services provision and coordination

Storefront Academy Harlem (aka The Children's Storefront)
2016 - $50,000

To provide general operating support for the Storefront Academy Harlem school

2015 - $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

2014 - $50,000

To help support the High School Placement and Alumni Relations Initiative

StreetSquash, Inc.
2012 - $60,000 (over two years)

To help support the College Access and Beyond Program

2011 - $35,000

To help support the College Access and Beyond Program

2010 - $35,000

To help support the College Access and Beyond Program

2009 - $25,000

To help support the College Prep, Literacy, and After School Tutoring Programs

STRIVE International Inc. (formerly known as East Harlem Employment Service Inc.)
2017 - $37,500

To help support enhancements and optimization within a new performance management system, associated professional development, and the use of advanced system features to inform programmatic decision-making

2016 - $37,500 (over fifteen months)

To increase the performance analysis and management capabilities of STRIVE - New York

Student/Sponsor Partnership, Inc.
2020 - $50,000

To support the College and Career program

2019 - $50,000

To help support the College and Career Program

2018 - $50,000

To help support the College and Career Program

2017 - $50,000

To help support the College and Career Program

2016 - $50,000

To help support services to students, mentors, and schools

2015 - $50,000

To help support services for SSP's students, mentors, and partner schools

2014 - $50,000

To help support the School Coordinators at SSP partner schools

2013 - $50,000

To help support the School Coordinators at SSP partner schools

2012 - $50,000

To help support the School Coordinator Stipend Initiative

2011 - $50,000

To help support the School Coordinator Stipend Initiative

2010 - $50,000

To help support the School Coordinator Stipend Initiative

2009 - $40,000

To help support the School Coordinator Stipend Initiative, including a mentor survey

2008 - $40,000

To provide support for the Summer Readiness Program and for collecting and using data to improve SSP student outcomes and sponsor participation

The Studio in a School Association, Inc.
2018 - $125,000 (over two years)

To build capacity through the new role of the Manager of Curricular Design and Instruction, who will oversee and align curricular frameworks and training practices used both by Studio’s New York City Schools Program and by the Studio Institute

The Studio Museum in Harlem
2016 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help revitalize the Museum’s technology infrastructure and website with the goal of strengthening communications, content delivery, and audience engagement as the Museum prepares for the temporary re-siting of its programming (the InHARLEM project) and the creation of its new building

Summer on the Hill
2019 - $90,000 (over two years)

To provide general support to enrich the education of high-achieving, low-income public school students, facilitate their access to high-quality educational opportunities, and help pave the way for academic and life-long success

2018 - $50,000

To provide high-quality academic enrichment and guidance on school choices to high-achieving, low-income public school students in grades 3 - 12 from the Bronx and Upper Manhattan

2017 - $50,000

To provide high quality education and guidance on school choices to high-achieving, low-income public school students in grades 3 - 12 from the Bronx and Upper Manhattan

2016 - $40,000

To provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx

2015 - $40,000

To provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx

2014 - $40,000

To provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx

2013 - $35,000

To provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx

2012 - $35,000

To help provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx

2011 - $35,000

To help provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx

2010 - $35,000

To help provide academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx

2009 - $35,000

To help support academic enrichment and counseling for promising underserved students from Manhattan and the Bronx

Summer Search Foundation
2020 - $50,000 (over nine months)

To support the successful integration of peer group mentoring into the Summer Search high school program model

Sunnyside Community Services, Inc.
2019 - $50,000

To support strategic planning aimed at providing a blueprint for operations, program priorities, and sustainability for the next five years

2018 - $65,000

To support the Dementia Coach Initiative, a coaching model to build the skills and confidence of home health aides working with clients who have Alzheimer's disease and/or dementia, with the aim of improving client outcomes and employee retention

2017 - $65,000

To support the introduction of one-on-one coaching for home health attendants assigned to clients with Alzheimer's Disease/dementia

2016 - $85,000

To support the Spanish Language Home Health Aid (HHA) Training Program and to help support capacity-building efforts to develop a "value proposition" for home health care within a continuum of care for seniors

2015 - $65,000

To help support expansion of the Spanish-language Home Health Aide Training Program, along with efforts to assess implications for client satisfaction, job success, clinical outcomes, and continuity of care

2014 - $65,000

To help support the Spanish-language Home Health Aide Training Program

2013 - $25,000

To be used over eight months to plan and build the infrastructure needed to launch a Spanish-language track within the Sunnyside Community Services Home Health Aide training program

Support Center for Nonprofit Management, Inc.
2019 - $50,000

To help support services for NYC nonprofits that aim to strengthen strategy and management, organizational navigation, and executive search

2018 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building services to New York City nonprofits in the areas of change consulting, professional development, and executive search and transition management

2017 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building services to New York City nonprofits in the areas of change consulting, professional development, and executive search and transition management

2016 - $50,000

To expand the Support Center's consulting work, including nonprofit restructuring, and enhance its executive transition work

2015 - $50,000

To help support Executive Transition Management and turnaround and restructuring services for the New York City nonprofit sector

2014 - $50,000

To help support Executive Transition Management and turnaround and restructuring services for the New York City nonprofit sector

2013 - $50,000

To help support Executive Transition Management and turnaround and restructuring services for the New York City nonprofit sector

2012 - $50,000

To help support Executive Transition Management and turnaround and restructuring services for the New York City nonprofit sector

2011 - $50,000

To help support Executive Transition Management and turnaround and restructuring services for the New York City nonprofit sector

2010 - $50,000

To help support their Executive Transition Management and Turnaround & Restructuring services and assist Altman grantees in need of direct consulting services

2009 - $50,000

To help support the Executive Transition Management Services project and provide turnaround and restructuring assistance to nonprofits facing economic challenges

Supportive Housing Network of New York, Inc.
2020 - $40,000

To maximize supportive housing opportunities for medically needy homeless people and increase the amount of supportive housing available for individuals and families who are both homeless and cope with chronic behavioral and health challenges

2019 - $40,000

To maximize supportive housing opportunities for medically needy homeless people

2018 - $50,000

To help ensure that homeless high-cost Medicaid users are effectively matched with supportive housing units, and strategically prioritized within NYS's Empire State Supportive Housing Initiative

2017 - $35,000

To identify and promote policies and practices with the potential to maximize health care resources in supportive housing

2016 - $35,000

To provide support for policy and advocacy efforts to address challenges and maximize opportunities arising from New York State's interest in supportive housing as one strategy to strengthen health outcomes and reduce health costs in the care of homeless and recently homeless Medicaid enrollees

TADA! Theatre and Dance Alliance, Inc.
2009 - $15,000

To help support the Resident Youth Ensemble theater training and youth development program

2009 - $25,000

As a challenge grant requiring a $50,000 match in new funds to help support the Resident Youth Ensemble theater and youth development program

2008 - $40,000

To help support the Resident Youth Ensemble theater training and youth development program

TapFound Inc. dba Taproot Foundation
2013 - $25,000

As a final grant to help support Taproot-New York's service to local nonprofits

2012 - $25,000

To provide general support for Taproot - New York's service to local nonprofits

2011 - $25,000

To provide general support for Taproot's New York operations

2010 - $25,000

To provide general support for Taproot's New York operations

2008 - $80,000

To provide general operating support and to help provide technical assistance to Altman grantees and other nonprofits

Teachers College, Columbia University
2016 - $120,000 (over two years)

To help diversify and strengthen faculty and administrators of color in independent and nonpublic New York City schools through participation in the Klingenstein Center master’s degree programs and post-participation in an online coaching program

2014 - $160,000 (over two years)

To help increase the number of New York City independent school teachers of color and inner-city Catholic school educators in the Klingenstein Center's intensive Two-Summers Master's program, and provide online coaching for program alumni

2012 - $160,000 (over two years)

To help increase the number of New York City independent school teachers of color and Catholic school educators in the Klingenstein Center's intensive Two-Summers Master's program, and provide online coaching for program alumni

2010 - $180,000 (over two years)

To continue to increase the number of New York City independent and Catholic school teachers of color in the Klingenstein Center's Leadership Academy intensive master's degree program

2008 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help increase the number of leaders of color from New York City in The Klingenstein Center's summer intensive master's degree program (Leadership Academy)

The TEAK Fellowship, Inc.
2010 - $35,000

To help support the TEAK Fellowship program for academically talented students from low-income communities

Theatre of the Oppressed NYC
2020 - $25,000 (over eighteen months)

To support the development of a new strategic plan

Third Street Music School Settlement
2016 - $30,000

To develop and launch a comprehensive Sound Engineering and Production program offering students a vital new resource to enhance the production, learning, and sharing of music

2014 - $90,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity-building support, focused on the Ensemble Development and Performance Initiative, and related visibility and fundraising goals

2013 - $45,000

To help support increased student engagement in the Comprehensive Training in Music program, improved access to music training for students with the greatest need, and development of a 'core faculty model'

2012 - $45,000

To help support the Comprehensive Training in Music Program

2011 - $45,000

To help support the Comprehensive Training in Music Program

2010 - $45,000

To help support the Comprehensive Training in Music program

2009 - $45,000

To help support the Comprehensive Training in Music program

2008 - $90,000

To help support the Comprehensive Training in Music program over the next two years

The Town School, Inc.
2010 - $35,000

To help support Breakthrough New York

2009 - $35,000

To help support Breakthrough New

2008 - $50,000

To help expand Breakthrough New York's high school program and provide additional support for site expansion

Trey Whitfield School
2010 - $30,000

For general support for this independent school serving children from low-income families in Brooklyn's East New York community

The Trust for Public Land
2014 - $75,000 (over eighteen months)

To help support planning and community engagement for the QueensWay Cultural Greenway project

2009 - $100,000

To help support TPL's Parks for People—New York City Playgrounds Program

2008 - $100,000

To help support TPL's Parks for People—New York City Playgrounds Program

uAspire (previously known as ACCESS)
2019 - $75,000

To support uAspire's College Affordability advising in New York in partnership with the CollegeBound Initiative

Union Settlement Association, Inc.
2018 - $50,000

To help support Union Settlement's College Readiness Program

2017 - $50,000

To provide time-limited support for key programs serving college-bound and disconnected youth, preschool children, and senior citizens

2011 - $35,000 (over fifteen months)

For capacity building efforts to help improve mental health service delivery

United Hospital Fund of New York
2019 - $100,000 (over eighteen months)

To support the continuation and evaluation of the Partnerships for Early Childhood Development initiative

2018 - $145,000 (over eighteen months)

For continued support of the Partnerships for Early Childhood Development initiative and the goal of strengthening clinical-community partnerships focused on addressing social determinants of health in early childhood

2017 - $125,000

To support the Partnerships for Early Childhood Development  initiative that aims to strengthen clinical-community partnerships focused on addressing social determinants of health in early childhood

2015 - $150,000 (over fifteen months)

To support development and testing of a revised Health Indicators-Performance Improvement (HI-PI) program aimed at improving the ability of community-based organizations to collaborate with health care providers in serving older adults

2013 - $100,000

To help support the Innovation Initiative, with a focus on the emergence of accountable care models in New York City

2011 - $75,000

To help promote Next Step in Care materials to a broad audience of family caregivers and health care and social service professionals and expand training in the use of these materials

2009 - $275,000 (over two years)

To help lauch the Next Step in Care campaign, designed to stimulate effective partnerships between family caregivers and health care professionals to ensure safer and smoother transitions between care settings

United Jewish Appeal-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, Inc.
2020 - $75,000 (over two years)

To develop protocols and systems necessary to support integrated social service delivery at the multi-service Commonpoint Queens Hub

2019 - $50,000

For planning and development of program and community partnerships in preparation for the opening of a multi-service Queens Hub

2016 - $150,000 (over eighteen months)

To enable UJA-Federation of New York,  Federation of Protestant Welfare  Agencies (FPWA), and Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York to offer a program of learning labs and customized technical assistance to nonprofit agencies in their networks that are confronted with significant challenges, opportunities, and uncertainties related to New York State's Medicaid redesign

2015 - $150,000

To help support the participation of community-based agencies in year three of the Community Health Initiative

2014 - $150,000

To help support the participation of community-based agencies in year two of a three-year Community Health Initiative

2013 - $150,000

To help support the first year of a three-year Community Health Initiative, whereby three hospitals will partner with community-based agencies to transition palliative care for severe and chronically ill patients to community settings following hospital discharge

2011 - $100,000

For general support of New York activities

2010 - $125,000

For general support of New York activities

2009 - $125,000

For general support of New York activities

2008 - $125,000

For general support of New York activities

United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Inc.
2019 - $120,000 (over two years)

To support leadership in advancing policy and program objectives on at least two priority issues of interest and concern to members each year

2018 - $60,000

To provide general support for policy analysis and advocacy; member education, peer learning, and services; and the incubation and facilitation of innovative programming

2017 - $75,000

To provide $50,000 in general operating support for policy initiatives and $25,000 in support of work to facilitate program innovation and to provide a range of member services designed to build the capacity of NYC settlement houses

2016 - $75,000

To provide $50,000 in general operating support for policy and advocacy work in priority areas of interest or concern to NYC's settlement houses and for its portfolio of member services, as well as an additional one-time $25,000 to develop and launch new programs or advocacy initiatives, build stronger and more effective member services, and institute a system to document impact in both arenas

2015 - $100,000

For general support of efforts to advocate for conditions that support and recognize the multi-faceted human services work of its members in diverse NYC communities, strengthen the organizational capacity and stability of its member agencies, and define its role and and demonstrate its impact through a time of transition in leadership

2013 - $220,000 (over two years)

For general support of UNH's efforts to strengthen the capacity of its members and improve the human services fields in which they operate

2012 - $125,000

As a special one-time contribution to UNH on behalf of member settlement houses seeking to address the needs of families in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy and initiate post-storm recovery and planning projects

2011 - $200,000 (over two years)

For general support of United Neighborhood Houses

2010 - $100,000

To help support capacity building and advocacy activities

2009 - $75,000

To help support the UNH Professional Development Program for Senior Management of member settlement houses

2008 - $75,000

To help support the UNH Professional Development Program for Middle Managers

United Way of New York City
2018 - $100,000 (over two years)

To build UWNYC's capacity to serve as a backbone organization empowering collective impact networks to increase educational outcomes, financial strength, and stability in low-income communities

2011 - $100,000

To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City

2010 - $100,000

To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City

2009 - $100,000

To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City

2008 - $100,000

To help support the Child Care and Early Education Fund, a collaborative fund dedicated to improving early care and education in New York City

University Settlement Society of New York
2008 - $40,000

To help support the STRIDE Middle School Program at the Houston Street Center

Upwardly Global
2019 - $70,000 (over eighteen months)

To help dismantle barriers to employment and economic security for immigrant and refugee communities through job market access and equity

Urban Arts Partnership
2019 - $50,000

To teach students to create original video games, master computer programming, and improve academic achievement through the School of Interactive Arts afterschool and summer pre-college program

Urban Assembly Inc.
2020 - $75,000

To address  ‘Summer Melt’, college matriculation and college persistence among Urban Assembly high school graduates

2018 - $75,000 (over fifteen months)

To address the "Summer Melt" phenomenon between high school graduation and college matriculation and support Urban Assembly alumni through the first three years of their post-secondary paths

The Urban Dove, Inc.
2015 - $45,000

To help support the College All-Stars program

2014 - $50,000

To help support the College All-Stars program

2013 - $50,000

To renew support for the College All-Stars program

2012 - $50,000

To renew support for the College All-Stars program

2011 - $50,000

To renew support for the College All-Stars program

2010 - $50,000

To renew support the College All-Stars program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the College All-Stars program

2008 - $50,000

To help support the College All-Stars program

Urban Pathways, Inc.
2020 - $100,000

To improve the overall health of clients in four supportive housing residences, and reduce their reliance on emergency treatment by connecting them to appropriate sources of care in the community

2018 - $115,000 (over fifteen months)

To connect residents in four supportive housing sites to comprehensive community-based health care and supportive services, provide health education to residents and staff, and seek to reduce inappropriate use of emergency medical resources

2017 - $100,000 (over fifteen months)

To support the second phase of a project aiming to demonstrate the benefits of providing on-site health and wellness education and support for formerly homeless adults living in supportive housing residences

2016 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support the implementation and evaluation of a Medical Wellness Program that introduces basic health education and monitoring on site at its supportive housing residences, to connect residents to community-based health care, and by so doing, engage clients in primary care and reduce reliance on emergency services

Van Cortlandt Park Alliance (FKA Friends of Van Cortlandt Park)
2020 - $50,000

To support capacity building efforts

2017 - $40,000 (over fifteen months)

To support the creation of the Van Cortlandt Park Stewardship Organization to guide the future of the park, support implementation of the 2034 Master Plan, and ensure adequate resources are raised and dedicated to the Park’s operation and maintenance

Visiting Nurse Service of New York
2012 - $100,000

To help support development and implementation of a training program for peer outreach workers aimed at enhancing effective member engagement for the new NYS-designated VNSNY Health Home

Visual Arts Research and Resource Center Relating to the Caribbean dba Caribbean Cultural Center African Diaspora Institute
2019 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To help support capacity building priorities, including institutional rebranding;  business development efforts; board revitalization; and the expansion of school engagement programs

Waterfront Alliance, Inc. (FKA Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, Inc.)
2020 - $35,000

For general support

2013 - $30,000

To help expand MWA's communication capacity and increase its effectiveness

Wave Hill Incorporated
2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the initial implementation of Wave Hill's Strategic Plan

2015 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help provide capacity building support for a Strategic Review and Planning process that will result in a Strategic Plan, Site Utilization Plan, and Digital Engagement Strategy

The Way to Work (formerly Vocational Foundation, Inc.)
2009 - $75,000

To help support job training, placement, and retention efforts

2008 - $100,000

To help support VFI's job training, placement, and retention efforts

Weill Cornell Medical College of Cornell University
2010 - $450,000 (over three years)

To help advance the teaching and extend the practice of integrative palliative care at Weill-Cornell

Whitney Museum of American Art
2015 - $85,000

To provide capacity building support for the Whitney's community programs

2014 - $25,000

To provide capacity building support to help develop and pilot community-based educational programming for the Whitney's new downtown site

2013 - $25,000

To provide capacity building support to help develop and pilot community-based educational programming for the Whitney's new downtown site

2011 - $50,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support to help develop and pilot community-based educational programming for the Whitney's new downtown site

Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation
2017 - $50,000 (over eighteen months)

To strengthen program evaluation practices and develop an evaluation tool that can more accurately document service quality and improvements in home-based childcare settings

2015 - $75,000

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

Woodlawn Conservancy, Inc.
2018 - $80,000 (over two years)

To help support the Preservation Training Program, a workforce development initiative helping young people develop job skills and obtain employment in stone masonry and historic preservation while also contributing to the restoration of The Woodlawn Cemetery, a National Historic Landmark

2016 - $80,000 (over two years)

To help support the Woodlawn Cemetery training program in stone masonry and historic preservation

Workforce Professionals Training Institute
2018 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support research on career development within the occupational field of workforce development, as well as to help support WPTI's efforts to review, redesign, and augment its training offerings, leadership-development programs, and peer-learning initiatives, and to expand the modalities it uses to deliver these resources

2016 - $150,000 (over two years)

To provide support for training, consulting, and field-building and communications initiatives to strengthen workforce development programs, organizations, and systems in New York City

2015 - $50,000

To help support the development, implementation, and evaluation of WPTI's training, technical assistance, and leadership development programs for workforce development organizations and staff

2013 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the development, implementation, and evaluation of WPTI's core training programs for workforce development organizations and staff

2012 - $45,000

To help support the development, implementation, and evaluation of WPTI's core training programs for workforce development organizations and staff

2011 - $45,000

To help support the development, implementation, and evaluation of WPTI's core training programs for workforce development organizations and staff

2010 - $45,000

To help support the development, implementation, and evaluation of WPTI's core training programs for workforce development organizations and staff

2009 - $45,000

To help support the development, implementation, and evaluation of WPTI's core training programs for workforce development organizations and staff

2008 - $45,000

To help support the planning and delivery of training and technical assistance programs and the development of a New York State Workforce Development Credential

Year Up, Inc.
2016 - $100,000

To support Year Up New York’s core professional training and internship program for disconnected young adults

2014 - $100,000

To help support Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults

2015 - $100,000

To help support Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults and the launch of the Professional Training Corps model

2013 - $100,000

To help support Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults

2012 - $100,000

To help support Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults

2011 - $100,000

To help support Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults

2010 - $100,000

To help support Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults

2009 - $100,000

To help support Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults

2008 - $100,000

To provide support for expansion of Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults

YMCA of Greater New York
2017 - $75,000

To support Y Roads' comprehensive mix of services, including workforce development training, high school equivalency classes, mental and behavioral health counseling, and job placement assistance for opportunity youth

2015 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help support the South Bronx and Jamaica Y Roads Centers, which improve education and employment opportunities for out-of-school and out-of-work youth

2013 - $150,000 (over two years)

To help establish the first Y Roads Center to improve education and employment opportunities for out-of-school and out-of work youth in south Jamaica, Queens

Young Audiences New York, Inc.
2012 - $25,000

As a final grant to help support the FamilyLink program for families in underserved communities

2011 - $40,000

To help support the FamilyLink program

2010 - $50,000

To help support the FamilyLink program

2009 - $50,000

To help support the FamilyLink program

2008 - $50,000

To help support the FamilyLink project

Young Invincibles
2019 - $50,000

To help amplify young adult voices in New York City's postsecondary systems

2018 - $50,000

To support #DegreesNYC and amplify the voices of young adults in New York City’s postsecondary systems

2017 - $35,000

To support research and policy analysis related to access and equity in higher education and YI's work with #DegreesNYC

The Young People's Chorus of New York City, Inc.
2014 - $30,000

As a final grant to help support the after-school choral music education and performance program, and enhancements in program and organizational infrastructure

2013 - $30,000

To help support the after-school choral music education and performance program, and enhancements in program and organizational infrastructure

2012 - $25,000

To help support the after-school choral music education and performance program

2011 - $25,000

To help support the after-school choral music education and performance program

2010 - $25,000

To help support the after-school choral music education and performance program

2009 - $25,000

To help support the after-school choral music education and performance program

2008 - $25,000

To help support the after school choral music education and performance program

Youth Development Institute
2019 - $45,000

To support the Career Internship Network and to pilot phase two of an intervention to support using data for program enhancement

2018 - $45,000

To support the Career Internship Network and to pilot an intervention to support using data for program enhancement

2017 - $35,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

2016 - $35,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

2015 - $35,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

2013 - $35,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

2012 - $35,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

2011 - $35,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

2010 - $25,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

2009 - $25,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

2008 - $25,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

Zone 126, Inc.
2014 - $50,000 (over eighteen months)

To provide capacity-building support to complete the baseline data collection stage of the evaluation and begin implementing its cradle to career partner programs