- Grant Seekers
Recognizing the critical importance of health and mental health care to individuals, families, and communities, the Foundation invests in programs or projects that achieve results aligned with the objectives outlined below. Please note that the "Results Sought" reflect the specific outcomes of highest interest to us at this time.
Expand access to health care for underserved, uninsured, or vulnerable populations or communities.
(Priority will be given to projects aimed at systems-change or that are systemic or community-wide in scale or approach.)
Academy of Medical & Public Health Services
To support mental health therapy and wellness activities for low-income Latino and Chinese immigrants
The Arab-American Family Support Center, Inc.
To support mental health counseling services for under-resourced immigrant and refugee communities
Hetrick-Martin Institute, Inc.
To improve mental health outcomes for LGBTQIA+ youth in New York City through expanded access to equitable and inclusive mental health care
RIP Medical Debt
To establish partnerships with healthcare providers with the aim of acquiring and relieving the medical debt of low-income New Yorkers
Expand and strengthen quality out-of-hospital health care for the most underserved and vulnerable populations.
(Priority will be given to programs capable of being sustained with earned or public sector revenue, producing outcomes of long-term value in a short time, and/or of reducing cost to the system while maintaining or improving quality of care to the individual.)
Anthos Home Inc.
$50,000 (over eight months)
To develop and launch an improved system for placing low-income homeless and housing insecure New Yorkers who are able to live independently into affordable private housing
Rising Ground aka Leake and Watts
$115,000 (over fifteen months)
To support the addition of a Mental Healthcare Navigator to the Community Education & Healthcare Navigation Project
Service Program for Older People, Inc.
$65,000 (over fifteen months)
To support skills-building and stigma-reduction around mental health in partnership with African-American-centered churches in Harlem
United Way of New York City
$200,000 (over eighteen months)
To support the capacity of community-based organizations to offer on-site preventive health care, health education, and linkages to social support for low-income and/or uninsured New Yorkers in their communities
Urban Health Plan
$150,000 (over two years)
To provide comprehensive in-home medical services and social supports to homebound patients who cannot access health care due to age, frailty, illness, disability, or lack of transportation
Urban Pathways, Inc.
$100,000 (over eighteen months)
To support the Total Wellness Program
Promote development and expansion of the workforce needed to support delivery of primary, community-based, and at-home health care and care management for the most vulnerable populations.