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NY Women's Foundation Announces $2.3M in Grants PDF Print E-mail
Thursday, 12 December 2013 00:57

The New York Women’s Foundation (NYWF) has announced a total of $2.3 million in grants to 32 organizations across New York City as a part of The Foundation’s Fall 2013 grant cycle. This latest cycle of funding rounds out a record grant making year for the Foundation, having awarded a total of $5,250,000 in 2013 – the most amount of grants awarded since NYWF was founded over 26 years ago.

The Fall 2013 grant cycle represents The Foundation’s responsiveness to crises and broad systemic issues, while simultaneously focusing on its mission of promoting economic justice for women and families in New York City. Grant making categories included in this cycle of funding are:

  • General Operating and Program Support - one grant totaling $60,000;
  • RISE-NYC! (Respond, Inspire, Solve, Engage) - 18 grants totaling $1,200,000;
  • Systemic Impact - seven grants totaling $495,000;
  • Initiative Against Sex Trafficking of Minors - four grants totaling $300,000; and
  • Hurricane Sandy Response and Recovery Fund - four grants totaling $250,000.

This cycle marks the Foundation’s last round of funding within its RISE-NYC! initiative, which was created in 2009 and driven by the Foundation’s commitment to respond to the increased need of New York City’s women and families during the economic recession. In addition, the Foundation awarded its second round of funding for both its Hurricane Sandy Response and Recovery Fund, and its Initiative Against Sex Trafficking of Minors.

The complete list of grants is as follows:

General Operating and Program Support

  • St. Vincent’s Services $60,000

RISE-NYC! (Respond, Inspire, Solve, Engage)

  • Accion East $75,000
  • Brooklyn Workforce Innovations $70,000
  • Business Outreach Center Network $60,000
  • CHANGER $70,000
  • Community Voices Heard $60,000
  • Grameen America $70,000
  • Hour Children $70,000
  • Local Development Corporation of East New York $70,000
  • Make the Road New York $70,000
  • Mercy Center $60,000
  • New York Legal Assistance Group: LegalHealth $60,000
  • Sakhi for South Asian Women $75,000
  • STRIVE/East Harlem Employment Services $60,000
  • Upwardly Global $70,000
  • Urban Upbound (formerly known as East River Development Alliance) $60,000
  • Violence Intervention Program $60,000
  • Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation $70,000
  • Young Women’s Christian Association of Queens $70,000

Systemic Impact

  • ALIGN: the Alliance for a Greater New York $60,000
  • A Better Balance $75,000
  • Center for Family Life/SCO Family Services $75,000
  • Correctional Association of New York $75,000
  • Council of Senior Centers and Services $75,000
  • Empire State Pride Agenda Foundation $60,000
  • The Participatory Budgeting Project $75,000

Initiative Against Sex Trafficking of Minors

  • The Arab-American Family Support Center $60,000
  • Association of the Bar of the City of New York Fund, Inc. (City Bar Justice Center) $80,000
  • Equality Now $80,000
  • Girls Education & Mentoring Services (GEMS) $80,000

Hurricane Sandy Response and Recovery Fund

  • Community Health Action of Staten Island (CHASI) $60,000
  • Good Old Lower East Side $70,000
  • Make the Road New York $60,000
  • Urban Upbound (formerly known as East River Development Alliance) $60,000

To learn more about the New York Women's Foundation and its grants go to www.nywf.org.

 

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