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Year: 2017

All Our Kin
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

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

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

ArtsConnection, Inc.
2017 - $35,000

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

Ballet Tech Foundation, Inc.
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

Barnard College
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

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.
2017 - $50,000

To help support the expansion of the BeamWorks Youth Apprentices program

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

BoardAssist
2017 - $25,000

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

Bottom Line
2017 - $200,000 (over two years)

To help support Bottom Line’s growing College Success Program

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

Bronx Children's Museum
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

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

Brooklyn Public Library
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

Care for the Homeless
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

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

Catholic Charities Archdiocese of New York
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

Center for Family Life in Sunset Park
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

Center for Urban Community Services, Inc.
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

Citizen Schools, Inc.
2017 - $75,000

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

City Parks Foundation, Inc.
2017 - $120,000 (over two years)

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

Classroom, Inc.
2017 - $65,000

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

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

Community Health Care Association of New York State
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)

Community Health Project, Inc. dba Callen-Lorde Community Health Center
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

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

The Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art
2017 - $60,000

To support the Saturday and Outreach Programs

The Council on the Arts and Humanities for Staten Island, Inc.
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
2017 - $35,000

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

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

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

The Eagle Academy Foundation, Inc.
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

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

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

East Side House Settlement, Inc.
2017 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

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

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)
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

ExpandEDSchools (formerly The After-School Corporation)
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

Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc.
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

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

Food Bank for New York City
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

Friends of Van Cortlandt Park
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

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.
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

The Fund for Public Schools, Inc.
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

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

Good Shepherd Services
2017 - $100,000

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

Governance Matters, Inc. (aka Volunteer Consulting Group, Inc.)
2017 - $40,000

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

The Grace Opportunity Project
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

Graduate NYC!
2017 - $100,000 (over three years)

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

Groundswell Community Mural Project, Inc.
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

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

To provide general support for this academically rigorous independent school

Harlem RBI, Inc. dba DREAM
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

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

The Hispanic Federation, Inc.
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

The Horticultural Society of New York, Inc.
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

Hudson River Community Sailing
2017 - $30,000

To strengthen engagement in and outcomes from its Youth Development Programs

Inner-City Scholarship Fund, Inc.
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

Institute for Community Living, Inc.
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

Jazz at Lincoln Center, Inc.
2017 - $60,000

To help support the Middle School Jazz Academy and continue work with MSJA alumni

Jewish Home Lifecare Manhattan (formerly The Jewish Home and Hospital for Aged)
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

JobsFirstNYC
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

Legal Outreach, Inc.
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

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

Make the Road New York
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

Medicare Rights Center, Inc.
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

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

The Museum of the City of New York, Inc.
2017 - $200,000 (over two years)

To provide capacity building support in the areas of development and marketing and communications

Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City, Inc.
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

Neighborhoods First Fund for Community Planning
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

New Heights Youth, Inc.
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

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

New York City Employment and Training Coalition, Inc.
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

The New York Community Trust
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

New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute
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

New York Interschool Association, Inc.
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

New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, Inc.
2017 - $100,000

To support systemic reform and effective representation of seriously ill immigrants through a continuum of interventions

The New York Opportunity Network, Inc. dba The Opportunity Network
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

The New York Public Library
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

New Yorkers for Parks
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

NYC Salt, Inc.
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

OneGoal
2017 - $50,000 (over fifteen months)

To support OneGoal's expansion in New York City schools

Orchestra of St. Luke's/St. Luke's Chamber Ensemble, Inc.
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

Orpheus Chamber Orchestra, Inc.
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

Paraprofessional Healthcare Institute, Inc.
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

Peter Westbrook Foundation, Inc.
2017 - $35,000

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

Philanthropy New York, Inc.
2017 - $17,350

To help provide general support

Phipps Neighborhoods, Inc.
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

The Posse Foundation, Inc.
2017 - $50,000

To help support the Posse New York STEM Program

Power of Two
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)

Pro Publica, Inc.
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

Publicolor, Inc.
2017 - $90,000 (over two years)

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

The Queens Borough Public Library
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)

Queens Community House, Inc.
2017 - $40,000

For capacity building priorities, including board development and a needs assessment to help inform its work in the Pomonok Gardens community

Queens Museum of Art
2017 - $100,000

To renew support for the Museum’s New New Yorkers arts and literacy initiative

Read Alliance, Inc. (formerly Reading Excellence and Discovery Foundation, Inc. dba Read Alliance)
2017 - $100,000

To provide general support for READ's early literacy work in New York City

Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, Inc.
2017 - $40,000

To help support Restaurant Opportunities Center - New York's Making the High Road:  Restaurant Workforce Development Partnership

Riders Alliance
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

Rocking the Boat, Inc.
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

Roundabout Theatre Company, Inc.
2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help create pathways for young adults into technical theatre training, professional mentorships, and employment

ScriptEd (dba Code Nation)
2017 - $50,000

To support ScriptEd’s New York City-based pipeline of programming

Service Program for Older People, Inc.
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

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

Sphinx Organization, Inc.
2017 - $25,000

To support and expand the capacity and sustainability of the Sphinx Organization's New York partnerships, programming, and impact

Staten Island Children's Museum
2017 - $25,000

To help support the Museum Intern and Ambassador Program for teens

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

Student/Sponsor Partnership, Inc.
2017 - $50,000

To help support the College and Career Program

Summer on the Hill
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

Sunnyside Community Services, Inc.
2017 - $65,000

To support the introduction of one-on-one coaching for home health attendants assigned to clients with Alzheimer's Disease/dementia

Support Center for Nonprofit Management, Inc.
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

Supportive Housing Network of New York, Inc.
2017 - $35,000

To identify and promote policies and practices with the potential to maximize health care resources in supportive housing

Union Settlement Association, Inc.
2017 - $50,000

To provide time-limited support for key programs serving college-bound and disconnected youth, preschool children, and senior citizens

United Hospital Fund of New York
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

United Neighborhood Houses of New York, Inc.
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

Urban Pathways, Inc.
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

Wave Hill Incorporated
2017 - $100,000 (over two years)

To help support the initial implementation of Wave Hill's Strategic Plan

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

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

Young Invincibles
2017 - $35,000

To support research and policy analysis related to access and equity in higher education and YI's work with #DegreesNYC

Youth Development Institute
2017 - $35,000

To help support the Career Internship Network

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