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
City Futures, Inc.
For general support of the Center for an Urban Future’s research and advocacy
Coalition for Queens
$75,000 (over fifteen months)
To help support C4Q’s capacity-building efforts, including its implementation of a new Customer Relationship Management system
Hot Bread Kitchen
$70,000 (over two years)
To increase the impact of Hot Bread Kitchen’s workforce development program by quadrupling graduation outcomes and continuing to improve its bakery labor ratio and business model
Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc.
To achieve, improve, and sustain gains for needy, vulnerable individuals living in under-served NYC communities such as greater Coney Island
Make the Road New York
To support services, programs, public education, and organizing on behalf of immigrant New Yorkers confronting concerns and risks related to immigration status, healthcare, and other necessary benefits and services
Neighborhood Trust Financial Partners, Inc.
To help support technology-based enhancements to its financial empowerment services
New York City Employment and Training Coalition, Inc.
To provide ongoing communications and convening services to member organizations and the workforce community
The New York Immigration Coalition, Inc.
$150,000 (over two years)
To provide general operating support for policy advocacy, communications, constituency education, and capacity building on behalf of member organizations serving immigrant New Yorkers
Restaurant Opportunities Centers United, Inc.
To help expand ‘high road’ opportunities in the New York restaurant industry through workforce development training and partnerships
United Way of New York City
$250,000 (over two years)
To help support the Change Capital Fund's efforts to strengthen neighborhood anchor institutions that seek to increase economic mobility among low-income people in high-poverty neighborhoods