Build and preserve economic security and independence among low-income individuals and families.
- Increase the number of low-income New Yorkers who are placed in and retain jobs that support economic independence
- Increase the number of low-income New Yorkers enrolled in public benefits that complement work
- Enable vulnerable populations (e.g., the elderly) to remain in their own homes and communities, with a focus on systemic efforts to address barriers to independence
Bowery Residents' Committee, Inc.
To help support the Horizons Workforce Development Program
To help fund the continued implementation of CAMBA’s Performance-based Management System
City Harvest, Inc.
To help support their work on behalf of hungry New Yorkers
Credit Where Credit Is Due, Inc.
To help support the Getting Ahead financial education program for low-income New Yorkers
To help support the Friendly Visiting program
Food Bank for New York City
To help support the New York City Earned Income Tax Credit Campaign
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 increase the Coalition’s capacity for federal and local advocacy and education related to food security, and to help improve the quality of community service initiatives within food pantries and soup kitchens
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc.
To help support the East Side Case Management Consortium for frail homebound older adults
New York City Employment and Training Coalition, Inc.
To help support NYCETC’s employment and training advocacy and communications activities
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
The Way to Work (formerly Vocational Foundation, Inc.)
To help support job training, placement, and retention efforts
Workforce Professionals Training Institute
To help support the development, implementation, and evaluation of WPTI’s core training programs for workforce development organizations and staff
Year Up, Inc.
To help support Year Up NYC, a professional apprenticeship and job training program for disconnected young adults