- Grant Seekers
A strong and resilient nonprofit sector is essential to the work of the Altman Foundation and to our colleague funders, both private and public. We are only as good as our grantees. In this overarching program area, the Foundation provides support to achieve the results aligned with the objectives outlined below. Please note that the "Results Sought" reflect the specific outcomes of interest to us.
The Foundation provides support to achieve the following:
Advocates for Children of New York, Inc.
$100,000 (over two years)
To provide direct assistance, information and training to low-income, vulnerable NYC families who are trying to obtain the support and services their children need to succeed in school
Citizens' Committee for Children of New York, Inc.
$150,000 (over two years)
To provide general operating support for the organization's work on behalf of New York City's children and youth
Citizens Union Foundation, Inc.
$30,000 (over two years)
For operational support of Gotham Gazette, including daily reporting and the development of in-depth series
City Futures, Inc.
To develop and advance research-based actionable policy ideas for ensuring an inclusive and equitable recovery in New York
Grand Street Settlement, Inc.
$125,000 (over two years)
To support agency-wide diversity, equity and inclusion work, a comprehensive risk assessment, and the development of a new strategic plan
Healthy Humor, Inc.
$110,000 (over two years)
For organizational capacity building and for program development
The New York Community Trust
$200,000 (over two years)
To support The Fund for New Citizens' collaborative efforts to build the capacity and program effectiveness of community-based immigrant-led and immigrant-serving nonprofits
The New York Immigration Coalition, Inc.
$150,000 (over two years)
For statewide advocacy, organizing, technical assistance, training, and public education to advance and protect immigrant rights and integration
Philanthropy New York, Inc.
$25,000 (over two years)
For education about and advocacy on behalf of the philanthropic and nonprofit sectors in New York City
Resources for Children with Special Needs, Inc. (dba INCLUDEnyc)
To provide general operating support for INCLUDEnyc’s free, multilingual programming that provides youth with disabilities and their families crucial tools, resources, and direct assistance
Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc.
$80,000 (over two years)
To support development of a framework and plan for an integrated whole-family approach to human services delivery and economic mobility