- Grant Seekers
Build and preserve economic security and independence among low-income individuals and families.
Bowery Residents' Committee, Inc.
To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program
To help implement their Performance-based Management System
City Futures, Inc.
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
To help expand Information & Referral services by hiring a new I & R Coordinator
To help support the Friendly Visiting program
The HOPE Program, Inc.
To help support the job placement program
Hunger Free America, Inc. (formerly New York City Coalition Against Hunger, Inc.)
To help support the Beyond the Soup Kitchen Initiative
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc.
To help create and develop the East Side Case Management Consortium for frail homebound older adults
The Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City
$500,000 (over two years)
To help create the MillionTreesNYC Training Program pilot for disconnected young adults aged eighteen to twenty-four
To help support Project Ezra's work on behalf of frail, homebound, and immigrant elderly
Search and Care, Inc.
For capacity building support to replicate Search and Care's comprehensive care management model to serve vulnerable seniors in East Harlem
Seedco & The Non-Profit Assistance Corporation
$600,000 (over three years)
To help support the EarnMore career advancement program
The Way to Work (formerly Vocational Foundation, Inc.)
To help support VFI's job training, placement, and retention efforts
Workforce Professionals Training Institute
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.
To provide support for expansion of Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults
Promote and sustain the availability of, and equitable access to, essential community resources needed to support stable, healthy communities, with an emphasis on systemic efforts.
Bronx River Alliance, Inc.
To help support the Greenway and Education Programs
Center for New York City Neighborhoods, Inc.
$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
City Parks Foundation, Inc.
To help launch Catalyst: Reclaiming the Waterfront
The Municipal Art Society of New York
To help support the MAS Planning Center's technical assistance, training, and outreach programs in New York City
Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City, Inc.
To support capacity building efforts to help meet the needs of those affected by the subprime and foreclosure crisis
New York State Tenants & Neighbors Information Service, Inc.
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 Yorkers for Parks
$125,000 (over two years)
To help support the Parks 2009 Campaign
Regional Plan Association
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
The Trust for Public Land
To help support TPL's Parks for People—New York City Playgrounds Program