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Year: 2019

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.
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

America On Tech, Inc. (FKA New York On Tech)
2019 - $50,000

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

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

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

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

Barnard College
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

Beam Center Inc.
2019 - $50,000

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

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

To support the Bottom Line College Success Program in New York

Breaking Ground Housing Development Fund Corporation (FKA Common Ground Community H.D.F.C., Inc.)
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

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

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

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

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

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

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York
2019 - $100,000

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

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

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 

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

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 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

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

Citizens' Committee for Children of New York, Inc.
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

Citizens Union Foundation, Inc.
2019 - $5,000

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

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

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

City Parks Foundation, Inc.
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

2019 - $35,000

To support CitySquash's comprehensive youth development program

Classroom, Inc.
2019 - $65,000

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

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

Community Health Project, Inc. dba Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
2019 - $50,000

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

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

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

The Council on the Arts and Humanities for Staten Island, Inc.
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

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

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

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

2019 - $60,000

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

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

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

To support the Income Tax Program

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

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

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

God's Love We Deliver, Inc.
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

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

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

Graduate NYC!
2019 - $125,000 (over three years)

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

HYPOTHEkids Inc.
2019 - $50,000

To support Hk Maker Lab and Bioforce which prepare youth to pursue STEM degrees and careers in biotech

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

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

Jazz at Lincoln Center, Inc.
2019 - $50,000

To help support Jazz at Lincoln Center's Youth Programs: the Middle School Jazz Academy and High School Jazz Academy

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

2019 - $75,000

To help support the development and implementation of place-based workforce development initiatives that achieve better outcomes for young people

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

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

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

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

Mouse Inc.
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

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

National College Advising Corps Inc.
2019 - $150,000

To support College Advising Corps' (CAC) continued expansion efforts in New York City

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

Neighborhoods First Fund for Community Planning
2019 - $100,000

To support the Neighborhoods First Fund's collaborative grantmaking

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

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 Botanical Garden
2019 - $50,000

To help support the expansion of Edible Academy programming, including planning efforts to develop partnerships with afterschool providers

New York City Employment and Training Coalition, Inc.
2019 - $45,000

To help support communications and convening activities

The New York Community Trust
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

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

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

New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Inc.
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

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

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

The New York Public Library
2019 - $85,000

To support NYPL's Early Literacy Initiative

New Yorkers for Parks
2019 - $150,000 (over two years)

To support coalition building and community outreach for the Play Fair Coalition

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

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.
2019 - $60,000

To help support capacity building efforts that advance plans for long-term organizational sustainability and program expansion

2019 - $75,000

To support OneGoal's college access and success work with New York City students

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

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

Peter Westbrook Foundation, Inc.
2019 - $25,000

To provide program support for this youth development program anchored by the sport of fencing

Philanthropy New York, Inc.
2019 - $17,350

For general operating support

Phipps Neighborhoods, Inc.
2019 - $40,000

To support the Career Network:  Healthcare 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

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

Public Health Solutions
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

Publicolor, Inc.
2019 - $90,000 (over two years)

To support the COLOR Club, Next Steps, and Summer Design Studio 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

Queens Council on the Arts, Inc.
2019 - $50,000

To help provide capacity building support for marketing and communications initiatives in advance of its move to a new location

Queens Museum of Art (dba Queens Museum)
2019 - $85,000

To renew support for the New New Yorkers arts and literacy initiative for recent adult immigrants

Read Alliance, Inc. (formerly Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation, Inc. dba Read Alliance)
2019 - $100,000

To help support Read Alliance FY 19 School Year and Summer Programs

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

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

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

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

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

ScriptEd (dba Code Nation)
2019 - $75,000

To support New York City 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

Sphinx Organization, Inc.
2019 - $30,000

To support and grow the capacity, sustainability, and impact on its New York partnerships and programming

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

Springboard Collaborative
2019 - $75,000

To support Springboard Summer in New York City

Staten Island Children's Museum
2019 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Intern and Ambassador Program

Student/Sponsor Partnership, Inc.
2019 - $50,000

To help support the College and Career Program

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

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

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

Supportive Housing Network of New York, Inc.
2019 - $40,000

To maximize supportive housing opportunities for medically needy homeless people

uAspire (previously known as ACCESS)
2019 - $75,000

To support uAspire's College Affordability advising in New York in partnership with the CollegeBound Initiative

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

United Jewish Appeal-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, Inc.
2019 - $50,000

For planning and development of program and community partnerships in preparation for the opening of a multi-service Queens Hub

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

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

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

Young Invincibles
2019 - $50,000

To help amplify young adult voices in New York City's postsecondary systems

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