THE NEW YORK COMMUNITY TRUST
Annual Report 2016
WELCOME. Here you’ll find stories of generous people like you who have joined us to fund the best nonprofits, making our City and suburbs better for everyone. Together, we’re changing lives.
ON OUR COVER: This year’s cover photo shows a detail of the Statue of Liberty (the tablet), continuing The Trust’s decades-long tradition of featuring this iconic New York symbol on our annual report.
ANNUAL REPORT 2016 4 6 12 22 27 28 32
SPECIAL REPORT: GROWING OLDER IN NEW YORK
YOUR GENEROSITY AT WORK
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FUNDS IN 2016
SPECIAL REPORT: GROWING OLD WITH ZEST
GRANTS IN 2016
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FROM THE CHAIR AND PRESIDENT
Our in-depth feature, starting on page 6, looks at how donors from years ago help today’s City residents stay healthy and productive as they age. On page 32, we highlight similar work in the suburbs.
ROOFTOP GARDENING: Yee Kam Ng, 74, at the Cooper Square Affordable Housing complex, run by
the Jewish Association for Services for the Aged, or JASA, which receives Trust funding.
2016: Making a Difference for New York,
s the community foundation for New York City, Westchester, and Long Island, we know the region’s best nonprofits. On these pages, you’ll read about some of the projects we funded in 2016. Our newsletters, pictured
below, explore some of the promising projects we’re funding, as well as the results of past grants.
THANKS TO OUR GENEROUS DONORS, WE HAD PLENTY OF GOOD NEWS TO REPORT THROUGHOUT 2016.
URBAN DEVELOPMENT YOUTH JOB TRAINING
CUNY students got paid internships—and a leg up for jobs.
Young writers shared inspiring stories about overcoming challenges.
Researchers worked on treatments and cures for diseases, including Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
Public housing residents trained for agricultural jobs, including growing produce on Housing Authority land.
14,000 low-income families visited museums and cultural centers.
We encouraged the State Legislature to raise the age of criminal responsibility.
A South Bronx highway started its transformation to a pedestrianfriendly boulevard.
Social workers learned how to help clients with mental illness and addiction.
Surprising life stories of New York’s seniors showed the complexities of aging.
Month by Month, Block by Block ART
CREATE A LEGACY COMMUNITY PLANNING
Nonprofits advocated for manufacturing jobs in workingclass neighborhoods.
A video series shared stories of American Muslims to counter hate crimes.
GIRLS AND YOUNG WOMEN
High school girls took classes that lead to technology careers.
Life insurance and charitable remainder trusts make a lasting impact.
Giving appreciated stock can be a great way to lower taxes.
Trust donors met with those on the front lines of criminal justice reform and other causes.
Arts groups provided fellowships to talented black and Latino high school students.
Teachers trained to improve crucial reading and writing skills in the early grades.
Scientists worked with companies to reduce toxic chemicals in consumer products.
o you want to support programs that help the homeless, job training, waterfront parks, or something else? At The Trust, you get as much—or as little—assistance as you want. We invite donors for insider briefings on
solutions to New York’s challenges. In times of uncertainty, donors can be certain they make a difference by giving through The Trust.
FROM THE CHAIR AND PRESIDENT
Staying Focused in an Uncertain Time
Photo by Ari Mintz for The Trust
Valerie S. Peltier, chair
any will remember 2016 as an unsettling year punctuated by civil unrest and violent police confrontations, capped off by a historically divisive election. We also might remember a turning point, when Americans of all political beliefs realized that it is time to heal the rifts. New York is a beacon to our sister cities. It calls people from scores of countries and across America to stand side by side with native New Yorkers, constructing buildings, pushing the bounds of technology, and creating art. They teach, they cook, they care for each other’s children or elderly
parents. Through blizzards and floods, through financial booms and busts, they help neighbors and strangers. While mindful of political changes, we at The New York Community Trust are confident that our work remains the same as it has for nine decades. We are committed to making New York, Westchester, and Long Island better for native-born residents and newcomers alike. One litmus test of a civil society is how it treats its most prized demographic, its seniors. This report spotlights The Trust’s strategies to help New York City’s growing elderly population. The City’s seniors have the same challenges as their peers
across the country: They are living longer, their resources are stretched, and they are susceptible to loneliness, depression, and chronic illness. As one of the City’s leading philanthropies, The Trust has the resources and expertise to invest in a wide range of projects that help seniors share their wisdom and unique life experiences. We combine the generosity of donors who, over the years, left money for a variety of causes, including health care, nutrition, housing, and more. By pooling these funds, The Trust ensures our donors’ gifts make the greatest impact on the lives of all New Yorkers.
In 2016, our board approved nearly $200 million in grants. On the following pages, you will see the results of some of The Trust’s work. We are proud to have made New York’s buildings more energy efficient, helped students with disabilities get a first-rate education, and trained thousands of pre-K teachers to bring the arts into classrooms (see “Your Generosity at Work,” page 12). We provided critical support to thousands of nonprofits that make this city and region better. In every borough, in every neighborhood, we see the tenacity and kindness of New Yorkers, and this makes us optimistic about the path ahead. n
Lorie A. Slutsky, president
Growing Old With Zest By combining bequests from people like you, The Trust helps seniors stay healthy and connected.
aul Whipp traveled the world as a corporate lawyer and spent his free time caring for his beloved mother. Sam Wilner, a feisty Brooklyn resident, wanted equal rights for gay New Yorkers. Katherine Park, a widow, noticed that Manhattan was filled with lonely older adults. There’s no sign their paths ever crossed—Whipp died in 1966, Park in 1981, and Wilner in 1996. Today, though, they are making New York better together through their bequests. Whipp honored his mother by starting a fund in The New York Community Trust to help “children and the aged.” Park started a fund to help the elderly. Wilner’s fund supports BY 2030, THE CITY’S the gay community. Every year, money POPULATION OF OLDER from these funds, combined with other ADULTS IS PROJECTED funds, supports wide-ranging programs TO GROW BY for elderly residents. Glance around the five boroughs, Westchester, and Long Island, and you’ll see 80-year-olds tending experimental rooftop gardens in Lower Manhattan, a therapist visiting a homebound 70-yearold in Astoria, and a 93-year-old testing devices for hearing-impaired moviegoers at a nonprofit cinema in Huntington, Long Island. These aren’t isolated, one-shot grants; they’re part of a wide-ranging strategy to improve the lives of the region’s aging population. Just as important, The Trust is busy working behind the scenes with nonprofits and government agencies to ensure that elderly of all incomes can live productive, fulfilling lives. “We want seniors to benefit from a system that’s stronger, more
feel better about themselves. A Zumba Gold class, for example, makes allowances for illnesses and physical disabilities. Says Jose Collazo, site manager for the senior center, “We know our participants want to exercise with their peers, where they don’t feel too self-conscious.”
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STAYING IN SHAPE: At SAGE Center Bronx, classes are tailored to the elderly, and participants say they
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GROWING OLD WITH ZEST
HOMEBOUND CARE: Retiree Mrs. R., 92, left, meets each week with therapist Doris Urrea from the Service Program for Older People, known as SPOP, which has a partnership with Mount Sinai Visiting Doctors. The Trust supports this coordinated health care.
NEW YORK CITY’S OLDER ADULTS ARE
58% FEMALE OF NEW YORKERS OVER 60, MORE THAN
30% LIVE ALONE 18%
OF NEW YORK’S OLDER ADULTS LIVE BELOW THE
POVERTY LEVEL—ALMOST DOUBLE THE NATIONAL AVERAGE
Sources: New York City Department for the Aging; New York Times; City Limits; The New York Community Trust
supportive, and more caring,” says Rachel Pardoe, the Trust program officer who coordinates grantmaking for the elderly. “And all New Yorkers can benefit from the experiences and insights of the elderly, who often are eager to give back.” With its museums, parks, and coffee shops, New York City is nirvana for many older residents. As empty nesters move in from the suburbs, adults over the age of 60 have become the fastest-growing segment of the City’s population. “Especially in Manhattan, with its rich cultural offerings, retirees can easily keep busy, active, and stimulated,” The New York Times wrote in a recent paean to the joys of aging in the City. But there’s a worrisome side to the demographic shifts: Social services are shrinking as the poor, sick, and frail older population grows. Among the City’s 1.4 million elderly residents, one in five lives in poverty, almost double the national average. As the costs of housing and medical care escalate, service organizations get more calls about residents who are isolated, depressed, or struggling to pay for food and heat. The difficulties are exacerbated by the increasing number of what some gerontologists call the “older elderly”—men and especially women who are living well beyond their 80s, depleting their savings and becoming more prone to injuries and illnesses.
he Trust invests $1.5 million a year on programs for the elderly, so the challenge is to spend it wisely. Because nearly all services for the City’s elderly are provided by nonprofit organizations under contract with the government, that’s where The Trust focuses some key efforts. This means encouraging smart policies, ranging from making senior programs more engaging to making transportation more accessible, from offering cooking classes for retirees to teaching older public housing residents to mentor younger ones. In recent years, The Trust joined City agencies and nonprofits to test and refine programs at a few senior centers, with the idea of developing a model for all 300 senior centers funded through the City’s Department for the Aging. “Forget bingo games,” Pardoe says. “We’re opening up these centers beyond their four walls and drawing on these men and women’s decades of knowledge to help others.” In one promising program, the nonprofit United Neighborhood Houses is honing the leadership skills of older New Yorkers so they can identify and solve problems in their own communities. Meanwhile, in the Bronx, the borough with the highest proportion of isolated seniors, a Trust grant helps older residents get
Assisting the Elderly After the death of her husband in 1976, KATHERINE PARK felt isolated, and realized many older New Yorkers had a similar predicament: They were unable to shop for food, attend religious services, or visit friends. In her will, Park established a fund in The New York Community Trust “to assist the elderly.” Since her death in 1981, The Trust has funded hundreds of nonprofits, such as the Alzheimer’s Poetry Project, which provides therapeutic poetry readings for those Photo by Ari Mintz for The Trust
NUTRITION LESSONS: Aromas waft from the E. Roberts Moore Senior Center in the South Bronx as several
elderly cooks teach their neighbors how to make sofritos, a fragrant base for stews, rice and beans, and other Latin American dishes. United Neighborhood Houses and BronxWorks run the cooking classes, which not only teach healthier eating but let experienced cooks share wisdom about nutrition and their cultures.
GROWING OLD WITH ZEST
Lessons from Coming Out SAM WILNER spent years in the military, where “coming out” was not an option. But later, Wilner and his companion, Ted Rifkin, created a life together in a
out and get involved, teaching neighbors to cook and eat healthier foods. “It’s not your grandmother’s senior center anymore,” says Irfan Hasan, The Trust’s director of health programs, who works with Pardoe on many projects involving the elderly. When older adults get help, others also reap the rewards. Take transit: In 2016, the City’s paratransit system cost $456 million, or an average of $70 a ride. That’s why The Trust supported groups that are trying to reform the City’s system, which is outdated in the age of Uber and Lyft. Younger residents with disabilities will benefit from efficient alternative transportation just as much as a retiree with a fractured hip. Ultimately, taxpayers could save hundreds of thousands of dollars. Trust program officers like to say they work to “make systems better.” This work
doesn’t make headlines or social media buzz, but it’s vital for an aging population. Not long ago, for example, “a mental health professional might unknowingly write a prescription that is contraindicated for a person being treated by another physician for diabetes,” Hasan says, “leading to a very dangerous mix.” Now, thanks to Trust support that’s building the tools for doctor-patient communication, medical practices and community health clinics can easily share records as an elderly New Yorker goes from an orthopedist to a urologist to a cardiologist to a psychiatrist. “We’ll know we’ve succeeded in honoring Paul Whipp, Katherine Park, and Sam Wilner,” Pardoe says, “if today’s kindergartners age into a system that serves their needs.” n
Boerum Hill brownstone. After Rifkin died, Wilner devoted his time to helping several groups, including one that provides meals for people with AIDS. He started a fund in The Trust to support programs for gay and lesbian New Yorkers. Since his death in 1996, the fund has contributed more than $2.5 million to groups like the Queens Community House, which provides a range of services Photo by Ari Mintz for The Trust
to gay elders in the area.
WRITING AND CONNECTING: At the Pratt Institute Library in Clinton Hill, Carrie Stewart, 80, and
Eleanor Cyrus, 79, polish their poetry and prose in a writers’ workshop run by the Myrtle Avenue Revitalization Project.
Photo by Ari Mintz for The Trust
never really done writing before. “I’ve With this project, I get to grow. ” ELEANOR CYRUS, 79, a retired social worker in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn who is raising her two grandchildren. She participates in a Myrtle Avenue writers’ workshop, supported by The Trust.
YOUR GENEROSITY AT WORK
Changing Strategies for a Changing City We reviewed 1,094 proposals from nonprofits in 2016, then made more than 400 competitive grants totaling $50 million.
Patricia Jenny, our vice president for grants, answers frequently asked questions.
WHAT’S NEW IN TRUST GRANTMAKING? We pride ourselves on responding to the evolving needs of the City, and that starts with listening to the nonprofits that address those needs. We realized that in select cases, larger, multi-year grants would help these groups do their jobs more efficiently by spending more time getting results and less time applying for money. Consider this: Our major support of Green City Force has helped start farms on public housing land in Canarsie, Brownsville, and East Harlem—with more underway on
Staten Island and in the Bronx. These farms provide a bounty: Green job certification classes for public housing residents, where unemployment rates are high; field trips for schoolchildren; and tons of organic produce— for New Yorkers who need it the most. We spotlight more grants in this chapter.
HOW DO YOU KNOW YOU’RE SERVING THE RIGHT AREAS OF NEW YORK? The Trust is committed to helping every New Yorker in all five boroughs, from recent immigrants to life-long residents. Our creative grant staff understands the opportunities, and has the networks and knowledge to get things done from Crotona
HOW DOES THE TRUST DECIDE WHAT PROJECTS TO FUND? Problems and solutions evolve, and so do our grantmaking strategies. For each of the areas we fund—from health to youth development—we regularly revise our strategies to make sure we’re using resources effectively.
One example: Many families cycle in and out of the homeless shelter system because of mental illness or trauma, a record of incarceration, or a lack of affordable housing, child care or job skills. In 2016, we revised our strategy for Human Services to use a more holistic approach. That means we’re taking on this range of challenges by supporting projects that combine temporary shelter with quality social and health services right where the clients are. The goal is to find them permanent housing, so families can get out of the shelter system and never go back. n
members of our grantmaking staff. From left to right: Barbara Taveras, Natasha Lifton, Shawn Morehead, and Roderick Jenkins. Above: Patricia Jenny.
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Park in the Bronx to the Rockaways. Our work doesn’t end there. Our Westchester and Long Island divisions focus on challenges in the suburbs (as you’ll see in the pages that follow this chapter). Just as important, we monitor our grantmaking to make sure it’s working.
HEALTH AND PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS HOME VS. HOSPITAL
“Home Vs. Hospital” photo by Sesame Workshop/Ryan Heffernan; “Search for a Cure” photo by Wadsworth Center, NYS Department of Health; “The Right School” photo by Amy Wolf/The Trust
Children with multiple disabilities do better when cared for at home rather than in the hospital. It’s also about 20 times less expensive. But providing coordinated, specialized care is daunting. With our support, New Alternatives for Children helps kids like Victoria, 6, right, live more independently. The group also arranges field trips to places like Sesame Street’s offices in Midtown.
SEARCH FOR A CURE
Drug-resistant infections can be deadly, especially for people with cystic fibrosis and weakened immune systems. Several of our donors created permanent funds for medical research. We’re putting their legacies to work at Health Research, which is developing drugs in the State’s Wadsworth laboratory in Albany to fight these infections. Right: Researcher Paulami Rudra prepares DNA to analyze the effect of specific genes on the drug-resistance of bacteria.
Because we have hundreds of bequests, we’re able to combine
money to solve problems. An example: With funds dedicated to the needy, children with disabilities, and improving health, we’re helping children with multiple physical and mental problems
avoid unnecessary hospitalization. I R FA N H A S A N
H E A LT H A N D B E H AV I O R A L H E A LT H
THE RIGHT SCHOOL
Like most City eighth-graders, Emma, left, hopes to get into her top-choice high school. Her choices are narrowed because she uses a wheelchair and most high schools are not accessible. The Department of Education doesn’t give priority at schools that are wheelchair-friendly, limiting her options further. We’re helping Parents for Inclusive Education rectify this. The group is advocating to change education department policy while helping families apply to high schools.
THERAPY IN THE SADDLE
With our support, GallopNYC gives a home to older horses, rescuing some from slaughter or abandonment. It also gives them a new start offering therapeutic rides and companionship to New Yorkers with disabilities including autism, cerebral palsy, and posttraumatic stress disorder. We manage three funds dedicated to medical and humane care of animals, and we think the donors would be pleased by the project.
When Katherine Park died in 1981, she had the foresight
to create a permanent fund for the elderly. Back then, few had personal computers. Today, we’re using her gift to let seniors Skype with family, join online book clubs, and take classes from the
comfort of home. I think Mrs. Park would want to try this herself. RACHEL PARDOE
PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
THEME FOR ISSUE: SIX PROFILES
ENVIRONMENT AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GETTING THE LEAD OUT
“Building Greener” photo by Daryle Ward-Cherry; “Bolstering Nonprofits” photo by Amy Wolf/The Trust
A family that cared about the world’s environment started a fund in The Trust. Their gift has provided support for IPEN, an international environmental group that successfully advocated for Taiwan to begin phasing out heavy metals in paints. Building on this success, the organization is now working in 10 more countries. Right: A childcare center in Thailand celebrates International Lead Poisoning Week of Action, co-organized by IPEN.
Most of New York City’s climatechanging pollutants come from fossil fuels burned in buildings, especially from inefficient boilers. The Trust has helped Urban Green Council work with the City to update codes to make buildings more efficient. With our recent funding, the group helped pass a law requiring new municipal buildings to cut energy use in half. Right: A tour of solarpowered P.S. 62 on Staten Island, which produces as much energy as it uses.
The environment doesn’t need us. We need the environment.
To improve our quality of life, I work with Trust colleagues who are experts in health and community development to support projects
that are good for our planet and good for all of us. ARTURO GARCIA-COSTAS
Families and individuals trying to move out of the homeless shelter system have difficulty affording rents and getting the social support they need to make a fresh start. That’s why The Trust is backing a promising approach by BRC to build housing for very low-income residents in the same buildings as homeless shelters. The new development will replicate the group’s Landing Road project in the Bronx, shown here in construction, and will have 135 permanently subsidized units, a 200-bed shelter, and on-site social services.
Every nonprofit needs committed donors and an engaged board of directors, even more so in tumultuous times. For decades, The Trust has supported Cause Effective, a nonprofit management consulting firm. Our recent grants helped train and coach boards and executive directors, hold fundraising clinics, and produce tip sheets on working with donors. Left: Greg Cohen, a senior advisor with the group, leads a workshop on getting board members more engaged.
I love helping nonprofit groups hone their strategies. It’s not
sexy work, but it’s so important. The Trust is rare because we help groups build leadership and become sustainable. Donors like you
make this vital work possible.
P AT R I C I A S WA N N
ARTS, EDUCATION & JUSTICE ART OF TEACHING ART
“The Future of the Past” photo by Beyond my Ken/Wikimedia Commons; “World Classroom” photo by Amy Wolf/The Trust
The arts, when skillfully taught, can develop curiosity and persistence and help children build vocabulary, social skills, and awareness. As the City’s rapidly expanding pre-K program challenges young minds, we’re helping the Fund for Public Schools train 2,000 pre-K teachers to bring dance, music, theater, and visual arts into their classrooms. Right: Children draw the animals they’re studying.
THE FUTURE OF THE PAST
For more than 50 years, New York City has protected historic buildings and districts by designating landmarks, but we can still learn from other cities. Columbia University Earth Institute will use our grant to bring together preservation researchers and policy experts to make recommendations to improve local historic preservation policy. Right: Park Place in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, a designated historic district.
To ensure a vibrant cultural sector, we work in every
borough with arts groups of all sizes, connecting them with each other to build audiences, influence arts policy, and
improve programming. KERRY E. MCCARTHY
A R T S A N D H I S T O R I C P R E S E R VAT I O N
With 27 schools across the country, including 15 in New York, The Internationals Network is a nonprofit that opens and oversees high schools serving newly arrived immigrants. Students speak more than 90 languages and all learn English. Because many missed out on formal education in their home countries, The Trust is helping the network train teachers and principals to fill in the gaps and hone basic academic skills.
WRITING FOR SUCCESS
Students read, speak clearer, and think more critically when they’re learning to write. That’s why we’re funding Writing Revolution, to help City schools integrate writing into all subjects, from science to social studies. Teachers learn a new method to help students turn ideas into increasingly complex sentences, then paragraphs, then compositions. Left: Superhero capes remind students of “connector” words.
Sometimes policy changes or natural disasters demand quick
responses from us. But entrenched problems—like improving public education—need a long-term approach. Donors who left
permanent funds allow us the flexibility to do both. S H AW N V. M O R E H E A D
E D U C AT I O N A N D H U M A N J U S T I C E
CHILDREN, YOUTH & FAMILIES BUSINESS INCUBATOR
“Business Incubator” photo by Christine Han Photography; “Fresh Food Isn’t Wasted” photo by Ben Hider
We’re supporting Hot Bread Kitchen’s culinary business incubator, which uses the nonprofit’s commercial kitchen in East Harlem to help launch small food companies. Right: Melanie Moss started her business, Mini Melanie, after graduating from the incubator program. Now her mini pastries and truffles are featured in the Michelin guide, and she’s set up shop in Brooklyn.
YOUNG AND JOBLESS
Young people need experience in order to get a job. But where to start? The State’s Urban Youth Job program provided tax incentives for employers to hire poor young people. Young Invincibles, a research group, discovered that few businesses use the credit. With our support, the group persuaded the State to spend the $10 million budgeted for tax credits on apprenticeships and internships instead.
Workforce development epitomizes our multi-pronged strategy.
We fund small business incubators. We involve employers in shaping job-training programs. We invest in tech training for high school students and adults, because of the growth and great jobs in
R O D E R I C K V. J E N K I N S
JOBS, WORKFORCE AND YOUTH DEVELOPMENT
FRESH FOOD ISN’T WASTED
Many families in places like Grand Concourse in the Bronx and East New York in Brooklyn can’t afford fresh, healthy food. City Harvest, a group that gathers fresh, unused food from restaurants, supermarkets, and wholesalers, will use our grant to get more fruits and vegetables to people who need them. Left: Staff and volunteers unload Pret A Manger donations that will be delivered to a food pantry.
CARING FOR KIDS
Young children from low-income families often spend their days in home-based child care— often run by adults with little training in child development and limited access to support. With our grant, Sheltering Arms Children and Family Services provides training, coaching, and a hotline for caregivers. Left: Playing outdoors helps a girl develop motor skills.
Changing a system is slow, but we keep pushing. From
enhancing the quality of early childhood programs to improving the strained foster care system, our investments in child and family services support coordinated, effective approaches for the
youngest New Yorkers.
N ATA S H A L I F T O N
THE ELDERLY IN NEW YORK BECOME A DONOR
You Can Make a Difference: Today, Tomorrow, and Forever A community foundation like ours offers you savvy ways to give back.
YOU PICK THE CAUSES. WE HELP. Thousands of people who want to make a difference give through The New York Community Trust. Because of them, we’ve helped change lives. You, too, can feel the joy of smart giving.
1. Decide what to give: Create a charitable fund using cash, stock, life insurance, or other assets. We’re also experts in dissolving private foundations into funds at The Trust.
2. Decide when to give: Do you want to start a fund for giving today? Or defer your gifts through a will or planned-giving vehicle? You can do either, or both.
3. Contact our experts in giving. See the facing page. Are you interested
in tax and estate planning? Want help drafting language in your will to create a permanent fund for your charitable goals? See page 27.
WE’RE FLEXIBLE. HOW DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE? Here are just a few examples of the many ways to work with us: n Would you like to fund creative
approaches to New York’s most pressing problems? Our program staff can put your unrestricted fund to work in the best ways. See examples in our Generosity at Work chapter, starting on page 12. n Are you especially interested in
education, human rights, or another area? You can create a field-of-interest fund. We’ll make grants to effective nonprofits.
n With a donor-advised
fund, you and anyone you appoint as an advisor can easily recommend the organizations to receive grants. (Please note that by law, we cannot be bound by these recommendations, but we take them very seriously and approve grants to nonprofits that meet charitable and financial standards.) Please review our “Do and Don’t” list on our website: nycommunitytrust.org. Or, if you prefer, just contact us and we’ll send it to you. Call (212) 686-2564 or email email@example.com
GIVING THROUGH THE TRUST IS:
EASY Most funds are established by a letter
of agreement or a paragraph in a will.
It takes very little paperwork.
We work with people with every kind
We can help you get more joy out of giving. vice president for donor services (212) 686-2234
of philanthropic interest.
SMART We do our homework, making sure that grants are made to well-run nonprofits doing important work.
Join our community of inspired donors. BOB EDGAR
vice president for donor relations (212) 686-2564
Because The New York Community Trust is a public charity, donors get the maximum deductions allowed by law.
Contact Bob Edgar or Gay Young to learn more about administration, fees, and other questions you have about giving through The Trust. We look forward to speaking with you. (212) 686-2564 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We’re here to help you make the biggest impact. MARIE D’COSTA
director of leadership and legacy giving (212) 686-2461
OUR DONORS SPEAK MY CITY, MY FAMILY
As a film producer with a fluctuating income, I used to feel I couldn’t give regularly to charity. But when I started a family, I started thinking about more than myself, and more about the future. So in drawing up my will, I carved up a good part of my estate to give back to my community with a fund in The Trust. The purpose is broad: education and social justice. I grew up in South Carolina, and I think in many ways New York City represents the best of America. With The Trust, my wife and I will help make New York better for the next generation.
Photo by Ari Mintz for The Trust
Photo by Ari Mintz for The Trust
Jonathan Shoemaker is a film producer. His wife, Diane, is a teacher at a City public school.
PURPOSEFUL LIFE, PURPOSEFUL GIFT
As my youngest child finishes college, I’ve been thinking about an adult’s life stages. In the first, you’re working hard, making your way. In the second, you’re advancing, becoming part of a community, maybe raising children. In the third stage, you find that when you’re serving others, you also serve yourself. You get satisfaction from seeing others heal themselves. That’s why I started a fund at The Trust, which can help me make sure my giving makes a real difference.
Carlos Lu grew up in the Philippines and travelled the world for an international bank. He now runs a wholesale food business and teaches yoga in Westchester.
THE ELDERLY IN NEW YORK ADVISOR’S ADVICE WORKING WITH THE TRUST, HELPING OUR CLIENTS
For years, I’ve had the pleasure of working with The New York Community Trust, starting early in my career in law firm practice and continuing in my current role at BNY Mellon. I see The Trust as a very efficient model, ensuring that a donor’s charitable intentions are carried out effectively for the long haul. Too often, donors focus only on the community’s needs at the time they make a donation, and fail to consider how those needs will change over time. Consider a donor’s desire to support public health: Decades ago, that may have meant polio or tuberculosis, but today the challenge could be hypertension or diabetes. The Trust has done a great job of meeting the community’s needs as they change over time.
Photo by Ari Mintz for The Trust
Joseph Samulski is chief fiduciary officer of BNY Mellon Wealth Management. BNY Mellon is one of a handful of banks authorized to serve as a trustee for trusts in this community foundation.
FOR ATTORNEYS AND FINANCIAL ADVISORS
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tudies show clients expect their advisors to offer expert guidance on charitable donations during financial or estate planning. But first, clients need to decide what they want to support, how to fund it, and whether to involve family members. Do they want to give now, make a deferred gift, leave a bequest, or a combination? Since 1924, we’ve been working with lawyers to help clients with philanthropy. With our staff of experts, range of giving options, capacity to accept complicated assets, knowledge of community needs, and efficient management, The Trust is the right choice for thousands of generous New Yorkers. Contact us for a copy of our taxexemption letter, fund information, and suggested wording to help draft the gift instrument. Donors can set up funds in either The New York Community Trust (NYCT) or in Community Funds, Inc. (CFI), our not-forprofit corporate affiliate. They share staff and a governing board and file a single IRS return. The IRS has classified NYCT and CFI as “tax exempt” under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code; as a “publicly supported” organization under Section 170(b)(1)(A)(vi); and as “not a private foundation” under Section 509(a)(1). This status ensures donors the maximum tax benefit allowed by law. This also applies to our divisions, the Long Island Community Foundation and the Westchester Community Foundation.
CREATING A FUND IN THE NEW YORK COMMUNITY TRUST The Resolution and Declaration of Trust Creating “The New York Community Trust” (the R&D) details the powers and duties of the trustee bank, and our Distribution Committee (governing board). To set up a fund in trust with one of our trustee banks, the founding document must incorporate the R&D by reference. Call or visit our website for a copy or a list of the 11 banks.
IN COMMUNITY FUNDS Community Funds is a New York not-forprofit corporation. A fund established in Community Funds is not regarded as a private foundation. The fund’s assets are managed by our Investment Committee. Call or visit our website for a copy of our Certificate of Incorporation and bylaws.
We’re here for you. Want to learn more about setting up a fund? Contact Jane Wilton, general counsel, (212) 686-2563 email@example.com
IN OUR LONG ISLAND OR WESTCHESTER DIVISIONS The Long Island Community Foundation and the Westchester Community Foundation are divisions of Community Funds, so donors have the same options described above. See page 34 and 35 for contact information.
THREE KEY FACTS n If
a change of circumstances makes literal compliance with the terms of the gift “unnecessary, undesirable, impractical, or impossible,” our governing body can vary those terms. Donors are assured their gifts will remain useful forever. n We
must review the terms of a fund before accepting it. n For funds held in trust in The New York
Community Trust, a co-trustee is not permitted.
THE ELDERLY IN NEW YORK MEET OUR BOARD
The People Who Make It Work Job description: Help make New York better for everyone
ome of the most crucial jobs leave you feeling optimistic. Serving on the board of The New York Community Trust, for example. Twelve dedicated New Yorkers—selected for their judgment, integrity, and understanding of philanthropic needs—serve as the Distribution Committee of The Trust and as the Board of Directors of Community Funds, Inc. Six members are nominated by civic authorities representing the public: one by New York City’s Mayor; one by the Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit; one by the chairman of the Partnership for New York City; one by the chairman of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts; one each by the presidents
of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York and the New York Academy of Medicine. The Distribution Committee selects five members, and the president of The Trust is a member by reason of office. The Committee meets five times a year. Subcommittees include Finance and Audit, which monitor The Trust’s finances. The Investment subcommittee oversees asset allocation, recommends investment managers and vehicles, and monitors investment performance. The Fund Purposes and Suggestion Review subcommittees make sure we honor the intent of each donor’s philanthropy and review donors’ grant suggestions so they meet our guidelines. n
SITE VISIT: Our board toured Manhattan’s
Photo by David L. Marcus/The Trust
resurgent Two Bridges neighborhood. Left to right: Barron Tenny, Jason Wright, Valerie Peltier, Lorie Slutsky, Ann Unterberg, VP for Donor Services Gay Young.
VALERIE S. PELTIER, CHAIR
ROGER J. MALDONADO
ANNE MOORE, M.D.
STEPHEN C. ROBINSON
JUDITH O. RUBIN
Managing Director, Tishman Speyer; Trustee, American Museum of Natural History; Former Board Member: Visiting Nurse Service of New York, Harvard College Fund Executive Committee. Nominated by the Chairman of the Partnership for New York City.
Professor of Clinical Medicine, Weill Cornell Medicine; Attending Physician, NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital; Medical Director, Weill Cornell Breast Center; Former Director: American Board of Internal Medicine, New York Academy of Medicine. Nominated by the President of the New York Academy of Medicine.
Founder and Principal, Drake/ Anderson; Chairman, Alpha Workshops; Fellow, American Society of Interior Designers; Member: Parsons The New School for Design Board of Governors, Historic House Trust of New York Directors’ Council, Interior Design Hall of Fame; Former Co-Chairman, Furnish-a-Future Industry Committee. Nominated by the Mayor of the City of New York.
Executive-in-Residence, New Mountain Capital; Former Senior Managing Director, Blackstone, Trustee: Nightingale-Bamford School; Board Member: Northwell Health, Dartmouth College Dickey Center for International Understanding; Member: Council on Foreign Relations, Lenox Hill Hospital Executive Committee.
Former Director: Fannie Mae, AXA Financial, The Mainstay Funds; Chairman Emerita, The New York Community Trust; Former Chairman, New York City Health and Hospitals Corporation; Member: Council on Foreign Relations, The Century Association, Women’s Forum (NY), All Star Code Advisory Committee.
Partner, Skadden, Arps, Slate, Meagher & Flom LLP; Civilian Representative, NYPD Terrorism Committee; Federal Monitor, Westchester Fair Housing Case; Former U.S. District Judge and Assistant U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of NY; Former U.S. Attorney for the District of Connecticut; Former Special Assistant to the Director of the FBI; Director: Colin Powell School of the City College of NY, Legal Outreach; Member: Lincoln Center Education Committee, Cornell Law School Dean’s Advisory Committee. Nominated by the Chief Judge of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.
Partner, Smith Gambrell & Russell, LLP; Chair, New York City Bar Association Task Force on Puerto Rico; Member: Commercial Division Advisory Council, Board of Directors of the NY Bar Foundation, NYS Judicial Screening Committee, Advisory Group of the NYS and Federal Judicial Council; Referee, NYS Commission on Judicial Conduct; VP: United Neighborhood Houses, NYC Bar Association. Nominated by the President of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York.
Chairman: Playwrights Horizons, Theatre Communications Group’s National Council for the American Theatre; Trustee: Mount Sinai Health System, Laurents/ Hatcher Foundation, Collegiate School; Member: Tony Awards Administration Committee, American Theatre Wing Advisory Board, New York City Department of Cultural Affairs Advisory Commission; Former President and Chairman, 92nd Street Y.
THE ELDERLY IN NEW YORK MEET OUR BOARD DISTRIBUTION COMMITTEE (CONT’D)
LORIE A. SLUTSKY
President: The New York Community Trust, Community Funds, The James Foundation; Member, NYS Permanent Commission on Access to Justice; Director: AllianceBernstein LP, AXA Financial; Trustee Emerita: Colgate University, The New School; Former Director: Council on Foundations (Chairman), BoardSource (Chairman), Independent Sector. Member ex officio.
BARRON (BUZZ) TENNY
Former Executive Vice President, Secretary, and General Counsel, Ford Foundation; Board Member: City Bar Fund of the New York City Bar Association, International Center for Transitional Justice (Vice Chairman), Native Arts and Cultures Foundation, Youth Orchestra of the Americas; Member, Ford Foundation International Fellowships Program Advisory Council.
Chairman: Lincoln Center Education, Monmouth Medical Center Foundation; Vice Chairman, Monmouth Medical Center; Trustee: Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Two River Theater Company; Former Senior Vice President, L.F. Rothschild, Unterberg, Towbin. Nominated by the Chairman of Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
JASON H. WRIGHT
Principal, Geer Mountain Holdings, LLC; Former Senior Vice President, Merrill Lynch & Co.; Former Senior Vice President, Nabisco Group Holdings Corp.; Former President, Nabisco Foundation; Trustee, International Center for Journalists; Advisory Board Member: NYU Center for Global Affairs, Studio in a School Association; Former Trustee: Cooper Union, James Beard Foundation, Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, Museum for African Art.
CONSULTING MEMBERS We’re fortunate because past chairmen and members continue to serve in an advisory role after completing their terms as voting members of the Distribution Committee.
ERNEST J. COLLAZO
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Managing Partner, Collazo Florentino & Keil LLP.
HEALTH FOR ALL: On a Trust visit to NYC Health + Hospitals/
Gouverneur health center, board members Jason Wright and Anne Moore discuss innovations in pediatric, behavioral, and rehabilitative health care.
ROBERT M. KAUFMAN ANNE P. Partner, Proskauer SIDAMON-ERISTOFF Rose LLP; Vice Chairman Emeritus, The New York Community Trust; Director: Visiting Nurse Service of New York, SWAN-Service Women’s Action Network; Trustee, Brooklyn Law School; Vice Chair, Citizens Union Foundation.
Chairwoman Emerita: American Museum of Natural History, The New York Community Trust; Director Emerita, World Wildlife Fund.
ESTELLE (NICKI) NEWMAN TANNER
Trustee: New York Public Radio, Auburn Theological Seminary; Trustee Emerita: Wellesley College, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation, Jewish Women’s Archive.
SUBURBAN DIVISIONS LONG ISLAND COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ADVISORY BOARD
Patricia Galteri, Esq. Chair Patricia C. Marcin, Esq. Vice Chair Natalie Abatemarco Robert S. Barnett, Esq. Janet M. Barone Gregory P. Demetriou Roslyn D. Goldmacher, Esq. Ira R. Halperin, Esq. Sandra Krasnoff Edward C. Palleschi Claudia Pilato Phyllis Hill Slater Brian M. Travers Marc S. Wong
WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ADVISORY BOARD Theresa B. Kilman, Chair Dale Akinla II, Vice Chair Hon. Joaquin F. Alemany, Esq. James T. Ausili, Esq. Howard Goldstein Nancy Jasper, M.D. Paul Jenkel Michael Markhoff, Esq. Jose A. Reynoso, Esq. LL.M Lee Van Allen Roberts Kathy N. Rosenthal, Esq. Brad Tito Drusilla van Hengel Karen J. Walsh, Esq.
For years, I’ve sent my clients
to the Long Island Community Foundation because I’ve been impressed with its understanding
Photo by Ari Mintz for The Trust
of what the Island needs. I value SCIENCE AND MORE: With support from
the Long Island Community Foundation, the Children’s Museum of the East End in Bridgehampton helps children study science while sharpening language skills. Here, Mia Castiblanco, 5, enjoys an afterschool program for Spanish-speaking families.
working with its team of experts to
help Nassau and Suffolk thrive. PATRICIA GALTERI, ESQ. Board Chair, Long Island Community Foundation
Island Seniors on the Move
In a recent year, the number of Long Islanders over 55 grew 2.3 percent as the baby boom generation aged. We’re helping them live fuller lives.
OUT AND ABOUT: A bus
transports seniors with Alzheimer’s to social programs.
ong Island is home to more than half a million people age 60 or older. If they can no longer drive, mass transit is rarely an option, and car services are expensive. The cost of utilities and taxes in one of America’s most expensive suburbs pushes some into poverty. Others suffer from isolation and loneliness. For many of them—especially those with no immediate family—transportation, social interaction, and nutrition become daily hurdles. The Long Island Community Foundation is supporting nonprofits to meet these needs. For example, we funded EAC Network’s new Fresh from the Garden Senior Initiative in New Cassel. The program provides home-bound seniors with healthy meals, links to social services, and friendly visitors. “Struggling seniors in New Cassel will finally have a reliable source of fresh, nutritious food,” says Carol O’Neill, senior director of senior & nutritional services at EAC Network. Through its senior mobile food pantry, Island Harvest uses our grants to distribute nutritious food to seniors living in the Glen Cove Housing Authority apartments. For people with Alzheimer’s, stimulation
and socialization can slow deterioration of memory and mobility. Thanks to our support, the Long Island Alzheimer’s Foundation in Port Washington has a new wheelchairaccessible bus that offers door-through-door transportation. We’re also funding in-home respite care. “This is an efficient way of offering exercise and cognitive stimulation for Alzheimer’s patients and a break for their caregivers,” says David Okorn, executive director of the Long Island Community Foundation. We’ve opened new worlds for seniors by helping Kimmel Housing Development Foundation in Great Neck give touchscreen computers to homebound seniors. They reconnect with simple pleasures like museums and libraries, or Skype with family and friends. Who makes all this possible? Generous Long Islanders. One example: Muriel Pless, 97, who wanted those with visual and hearing loss to enjoy films. Through the Joseph, Violet, Virginia, and Muriel Pless Family Fund, she ensured that the nonprofit Cinema Arts Centre in Huntington was able to buy state-of-the-art assistance equipment for those with hearing and visual impairments. n
Generosity After a Tragedy
amela Lynn Posen, 20, a psychology major at Boston University, was aboard Pan Am flight 103 from London to New York on December 21, 1988, returning home after a semester abroad. Thirty-eight minutes into the flight, over Lockerbie, Scotland, a terrorist bomb destroyed the jet, killing all 259 people aboard. Pamela, known to her family as Pammy, was a poet, a music lover, and an eternal optimist. The final page of her journal noted that one day she hoped to make a movie titled “I Laughed. That’s All That Mattered.” Her father, Dr. Jack Posen, a prominent Westchester orthodontist, wanted to honor Pammy’s life by helping young people fulfill their dreams. In 1989, he established the Pammy Fund at the Westchester Community Foundation. “Her spirit is what is being carried forward in the Pammy Fund,” Dr. Posen told the New York Times. “Pammy… would have gone on to do some wonderful things.” Nearly 30 years later, the Fund still supports early literacy and other causes.
Briana Mosquera was two when her mother and grandmother enrolled in the Parent-Child Home Program at Westchester Jewish Community Services, which helps low-income families prepare preschoolers for school. While Mosquera’s mother worked, her grandmother stimulated the girl’s curiosity about learning. When Briana went to kindergarten, she was ready, thanks to work supported in part by the Pammy Fund. When Mosquera wanted to attend graduate school at Fordham University, the Pammy Fund gave her a second boost, paying expenses while she earned a master’s in clinical social work. Today, Mosquera is a New York City social worker, helping families. “Without early support from the Pammy Fund,” she says, “my family may not have been able to help me achieve academic success. Dr. Posen, who died in 2009, got to know the families who benefited from his daughter’s legacy. Today his family carries on the good work. Pammy’s spirit lives on in every life the Pammy Fund touches. n
A college student’s grieving family creates a fund to help young people fulfill their dreams.
Briana Mosquera, a social worker and painter, says she is able to help others thanks in part to a Westchester Community Foundation fund honoring Pamela Posen.
LONG ISLAND COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FUNDS Funds in bold and with an asterisk are new. Join our community of donors. See page 22 for details. Susan Isaacs and Elkan Abramowitz Charitable Fund (2005) Brianna Xu Aiping Fund (2014) All For The East End Fund (2013) Robert and Rhoda Amon Fund (2008) Dennis P. Angermaier Memorial Lifeguard Scholarship Fund (2002) Michael and Christine Arnouse Family Fund (2009) Arts Reach Fund (2014) Sol and Lillian Ash Fund (2015) Baldwin Family Fund (2011) Alexander Baldwin Memorial Scholarship Fund for Massapequa High School (2000) Janet & John Barone Charitable Gift Fund (2015) Jean Bellia Fund for Nursing Excellence (2004) Gary and Pauline Bencivenga Fund (2015) Stanley & Marion Bergman Family Charitable Fund (1996) Willa and Robert Bernhard Fund (1997) Besemer Family Fund (2012) Dr. Raj Bhayani Fund (2013) Ruby and Michael Bornstein Memorial Fund (1978) James D. Brown Jr. Fund (2012) James & Carole Burns Fund (2006) Callisto Fund (2014) *Calliston-T Charitable Fund (2016) Richard M. Caproni Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001) Carmans River Watershed Management Fund (2014) Helene & Richard Cepler Family Fund (2000) Chakiryan Family Fund (2002) Arthur A. Chaplin GSB Fund (2001) Charity Society Fund (2000) Charlie’s Long Island Fund (1985) Children’s Fighting Chance Fund (2008) *CM Fund (2016) Marie Colvin Memorial Fund (2012) George J. Conklin Scholarship Fund (1989) Ann Caroline Corrody Fund (1999) Cumulus Long Island Fund (2003) Cutrone and Smith Family Fund (2014) George W. Cutting, Jr. Fund (1998) Rose D’Arpino Scholarship Fund (2005) Davidow Elderly Community Assistance Fund (1996) Deering and Volpicella Family Fund (2007) Rajesh & Rupa Dharia Fund (2013) Percy Douglass Memorial Education Fund (1985) Eiber Family Fund (2000) *Empire Group (2016) ENEE Philanthropic Fund (1994) Martha C. Entenmann Scholarship Fund (1999) Thomas F. & Helen A. Fagan Fund (2007) Fern’s Kids Fund (2014) *Feustel Fund (2016) *Fireside-T Charitable Fund (2016) Mark Fischgrund Memorial Fund (2003) Walter and Sandra Fish Charitable Fund (1997) Fishers Island Community Fund (2011) Michael J. Fleming, Esq., Memorial Fund (2015) Samuel Francis Fund (2005) Franck Family Fund (2005) Anne and Frank Freeman Fund (1997) Fridman Family Fund (2010) Fund for the Future of Long Island Women and Girls (1997) Fund for Innovative Community Programs on Long Island (1985) Richard H. and Jean E. Gaebler Family Fund (2005) Patricia Galteri Fund (2011) Glenn Gerrato Scholarship Fund (2001) Neil Giske Memorial Scholarship Fund (1985) Gleason Family Fund (2012) Jeanne Going Memorial Fund for Ovarian Cancer Research (2005) Selma Goldmacher Charitable Fund (2006) Grafer Family Fund (2012) Greenberg Fund (2010) Selma Greenberg Fund (1997)
Greentree Foundation Fund (2003) Matthew Grimaldi Memorial Fund (2015) Grundman Memorial Scholarship Fund (1990) Kristy Lyn Haley Memorial Fund (2000) Hand and the Spirit Fund (1999) F. & M. Harris Family Fund (2001) Robert E. and Barbara W. Harrison Fund (1997) Harting & McChesney Charitable Fund (2015) Helen’s Fund (1998) Frances Herman Family Fund (2010) Hershenov Family Fund (2012) E.B. Hubbard Fund (2002) Julie Hunnewell Fund (1987) Alma D. Hunt/VCM L.I. Fund (1997) Hurricane Sandy Long Island Relief and Restoration Fund (2012) Idie Fund (2000) In Memory of Elissa Fund (2004) Ann Marsden Irvin Fund (2009) Douglas Jackson Memorial Scholarship Fund (1996) Berenice and Herman Jacobs Family Fund (1997) Lawrence Jacobs Fund (2011) Marie J. Jensen Scholarship Fund (2005) Edith R. Karel Fund (1998) Karish Education Fund of the Horticultural Alliance of the Hamptons (2000) Karma411 Matching Fund (2007) David & Dale Karp Family Charitable Fund (2003) Kenneth L. and Veronica K. Katz Advisory Fund (1999) Kenneth L. and Veronica K. Katz Fund (1999) Always Loved Never Forgotten Katz-Goldblatt Fund (2011) Leo and Freda Keller Memorial Fund (2000) Kids Making a Difference Fund (2000) Morton L. Kimmelman Fund (2001) David and Paula Kirsch Family Fund (2004) Beverly & Harvey Klein Fund (2001) *Kona-T Charitable Fund (2016) Krasnoff Charitable Fund (2011) Krasnoff Family Fund (1985) Patricia Kucinski Memorial Fund (2003) Arthur H. Kunz Memorial Fund (2005) Ruth Kurzweil Fund (2009) Ed & Lee Lawrence Fund (1988) Barbara Legname Memorial Fund (2015) Donna Levien Memorial Fund (2004) Levin Family Fund (1997) Andrew Levinson Memorial Fund (2015) Lewis Family Fund (2006) Long Island Affordable Housing Project Fund (2011) LINDA Fund (2015) Marian and William Littleford Fund (1993) Debra Lobel/Beverly Dash Fund (2004) Long Island Beech Fund Trust A (2015) Long Island Community Foundation (1077) Long Island Community Foundation Annual Fund (2015) Long Island Fund for the Arts (1985) Long Island Fund for Youth Programs (1987) Long Island Immigrant Children’s Fund (2014) Long Island Unitarian Universalist Fund (1992) LOOK UP for Adam Fund (2015) Lorraine Gregory Family Fund (2014) John F. Loverro Memorial Fund (2004) Lowry Family Charitable Fund (2008) Roselle Patricia Luciano Literacy Fund for Women (1996) Kendall Madison Leadership Fund (1995) Kevin G. Mahony Charitable Fund (2012) Mallouk Family Fund (2006) Mancino Family Fund (2003) William T. & Lynn Steppacher Martin Fund (2001) Massapequa Community Fund (2001) Helen P. and Randall P. McIntyre Fund (1986) Alan P. Mendelsohn Memorial Scholarship Fund (1999) John D. Miller Fund (2001) Millie Fund (2000) William E. Mintzer Memorial Fund (1999) Miracle-Gro Fund (2001) Joseph & Marion L. Mitola Family Fund (1999) Morris Fund (2006) Michael Moverman Memorial Fund (1998)
Nanell Fund (2014) Nassau/Suffolk Fordham Law Alumni Scholarship Fund (1991) NCJW South Shore Section Community Fund (1995) *Kenneth C. Newman Fund (2016) North Country Community Association Fund (2002) North Fork Fund (2003) Northrop Grumman Endowment Fund for L.I. Women and Girls (1996) NYSSCPA - Nassau Chapter Giving Back to Charity Fund (2014) Okorn Family Fund (2010) Diane J. Owen Memorial Fund (2005) Sylvia & Morris Paley Fund (2002) Phyllis and Edward Palleschi Family Fund (2014) Bob & Margaret Parker Charitable Fund (2014) Kenneth E. Paskoff Fund (2011) Paul’s Fund (2002) Peconic Stewardship Fund (1984) Perry Persichilli Memorial Fund (1996) James and Margaret Philbin Scholarship Fund (2003) Joseph, Violet, Virginia, and Muriel Pless Family Fund (2014) Harriet B. and Edward Everett Post Fund (1986) Elizabeth Pritzker Endowment Fund (1985) Quogue Community Fund (2013) Raymond C. and Diane F. Radigan Fund (2005) Rhodebeck Long Island Fund (1998) Richards Family Fund (1987) Charlotte S. and Richard D. Rockwell Fund (1999) Rose Fund (1998) Judith Rubertone Fund (1987) Cheryl and Stephen Rush Fund (1999) Saltzman Fund (1987) Sandy Building Back Stronger Fund (2013) SAR Family Fund (2012) Richard W. Savino Memorial Fund (2013) Sidney Schiffman Fund (1996) Schneidman Family Fund (2000) Caroline & Sigmund Schott Fund (1999) John S. Schrader Memorial Fund (2004) Schwabian Fund (2009) Schwartz Family Fund (1991) Selig Fund (1991) Samuel and Stella Seligsohn Memorial Fund (1996) Henry H. Shepard Fund (2008) Shinnecock Bay Stewardship Fund (2011) Colonel William Smith Foundation (1984) *H. Brooks Smith Donor Advised Fund (2016) Meredyth H. Smith Charitable Fund (1997) E. & R. Smits Fund (2001) Staller Scholarship Fund (1987) Erwin P. and Pearl F. Staller Charitable Fund (1992) Adam E. Stark Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001) Nancy Steinman Fund (2003) Helen, Emily and Margaret Stevens Fund (2004) *Sunshine-T Charitable Fund (2016) Suzy’s Fund (2009) Carol & Jim Swiggett Fund (1997) Ruth Saltzman Taishoff Fund (1996) Gail & Michael Talent Memorial Fund (2003) Brian and Danielle Tane Charitable Fund (2007) James and Marie Taormina Fund (1999) Tealison Fund (1998) Tealison Two Fund (2001) Joseph Vigilante Fund for the Adelphi School of Social Work (2000) Phyllis S. Vineyard Fund (1996) Vishnick Family Charitable Fund (2001) Voices from the Heart Fund (1997) Dr. Robert and Olga von Tauber Fund (2013) Amah Vought Memorial Health Fund (2005) WAC Lighting Fund (2004) Elizabeth & Eugene Wadsworth Charitable Fund (1999) Hilda S. & Theodore T. Weiser Memorial Fund (1998) White Post Farms Charitable Fund (2015) Charles J. Williams Fund (1986) Work Long Island Fund (2003) Yang Family Fund (2006) Benjamin & Ethan Zemel Charitable Fund (2014)
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WESTCHESTER COMMUNITY FOUNDATION FUNDS Joseph Acocella, Jr. Memorial Fund (2011) Agris-Pine Family Charitable Fund (2014) Alemany Family Fund (2015) Apoyo Fund (2002) Arfa Family Fund (1997) Aronian Family Fund (2008) Artrepreneur Fund (2010) Ascher Fund (1999) Linda Ashear Fund (2001) Gianna Marie Balog Memorial Fund (2012) Douglas H. and Sarah G. Banker (2008) Barringer-Spaeth Fund for Change (2002) Joan Bartels Memorial Fund (1997) Bell-Jacoby Family Fund (2015) Beverly Bender Fund (2000) Helen Benedict Fund (2000) Howard and Grace Benedikt Fund (2002) Carol Berger Scholarship Fund (2005) Richard A. Berman Fund (2004) K. M. Bialo Family Fund (1986) Bianco Family Fund (2003) Michael Blank Memorial Fund (2010) Blecher Family Fund (1986) Albertina Bloom Memorial Fund (1985) Samuel and Beatrice Marks Bloom Memorial Fund (1998) Blumer Family Fund (1998) Jack Brennan Fund (2002) Buerger Fund (2001) Elizabeth G. Butler Angel’s Fund (2005) Tony Carlucci Scholarship Fund (1999) Jesse L. Carroll, Jr. and Judith B. Carroll Fund (1986) Barbara and Walter Ceconi Charitable Fund (2008) H. M. & T. Cohn Fund (1977) Larry Cole Memorial Fund (2003) Colson Fund (2006) Michael A. Correa Memorial Fund (2002) Corriggio Family Fund (2015) CPM Fund (2007) Stephanie Crispinelli Humanitarian Fund (2010) Nancy and Robert DeLigter Boy Scout Memorial Fund (1991) Michele & Concetta DeRosa Fund (2000) Dominican Sisters of Hope Empowerment Fund (2014) Alyson & Parker Drew Fund (2000) Dunbar Family Fund (2014) Linda A. & James H. Ellis Fund (1999) Endowment for Westchester’s Future (1987) Marion C. and James E. Enright Scholarship Fund (2005) Ernie, Louise & Jeffrey Early Childhood Fund (1995) Esplanade Fund (2003) Ann M. Fagan Charitable Fund (2012) Family Fund (2011) Francis and Denise Farrell Family Fund (2006) Celia Malbin Feinstein Fund (1992) Arnold E. and Olga C. Feldman Fund (2003) Mollie Fidel Memorial Fund (2013) First Decade Fund (2009) Brendan M. Frail Memorial Fund (2010) Cira S. Francovilla Memorial Scholarship Fund (2010) Jane Franke-Molner Fund (2008) Virginia Franklin Journalism Scholarship Fund (2004) Peggy Friedman Memorial Fund (1989) *Fund for New Rochelle (2016) Fund for Westchester’s Environment (2001) Fund for Westchester’s Future (2013) Gallagher Family Charitable Fund (1999)
Charles Gamper Fund (1985) J.F. & M. Gelband Fund in Memory of Joseph F. Gelband, Jr. (1995) Rita & Bruce Gilbert Fund (1992) Lloyd & Lonya Gilbert Fund (1991) Glassberg Family Fund (1997) Rachel Greenstein Memorial Fund (1988) Handelman Memorial Education Fund (2010) Edward Handelman Fund (2010) Helen & Nancy Handelman Fund (2010) Carol and Frank Headley Family Fund (1996) John and Marilyn Heimerdinger Fund (1994) Russell Hexter Filmmaker Fund (1997) *Rhoda Holzer Memorial Fine Arts Fund (2016) Julian H. Hyman Memorial Fund (1985) Alice & Warren Ilchman Fund (2000) Karen Cromer Isaac Fund (2007) Jade Fund (1999) Paul and Barbara Jenkel Fund (1998) Edwin Irving Johnson Scholarship Fund (1985) Janet A. Johnson Scholarship Fund (2003) James R. Johnston Fund (2012) Margaret Jourdan Fund (2005) JWHands Charitable Legacy Fund (2010) Kadejay Fund (1998) Kern Charitable Fund (2011) Kidney Transplant Fund (2007) Kilman Family Fund (2008) Kimerling Career Development Fund (2000) *Henry J. and Ellen Korb Fund (2016) Kotval Shroff Family Fund (2011) Learning Center Fund (1994) Dorothy and John Lebor Fund (1999) James L. Leinwand Fund (1998) David F. & Dorothy W. Linowes Fund (1999) Linville Fund (1993) William J. and Helen Z. Lippincott Fund (1994) John A. Lombardi Scholarship Fund (2006) Karin Lopp Fund (1998) Elizabeth Lorentz Fund (1986) Lester and Helen Levinthal Lyons Fund (1994) John F. Maloney Memorial Fund (1998) McCrosson Family Fund (2011) Dapper McDonald Memorial Fund (2012) Patrick J. McNeill Scholarship Fund (1997) Menzies Fund (2002) Merrill Lynch Fund for Children with Disabilities in Memory of Christopher Herndon (2006) Michel Family Fund (2012) Middleton Family Fund (2001) *Robert Minzesheimer Memorial Fund (2016) Asa Uyeda Mitsudo and Sumi Lynn Koide Memorial Fund (1996) Model/Falkowski Fund (2010) David & Katherine Moore Family Foundation Fund (2000) Katherine C. & David E. Moore Fund for Community Development (2005) Nathan Moscow Fund (1985) Munson Family Fund (2000) Neubart/Rosenthal Family Fund (2012) Eda and Stanley Newhouse Fund (1983) James L. Newhouse Fund (1986) Thomas J. and Margaret Lynch O’Connor Scholarship Fund (1994) Olmezer Westchester Fund (1998) Orr Pitts Family Fund (2014) Pammy Fund (1989) Passionist Fund (1995) Dorothy Patterson Fund (2014) Lawrence R. Jr. & Thelma Dale Perkins Fund (1993) Perry Family Fund (1988)
Roger Perry Memorial Fund (1999) Pine Hill Fund (2010) Pisacano Family Fund (1995) Raymond M. and Alice M. Planell Fund (2006) Pottinger Fund (1994) Sal J. Prezioso Fund for Westchester’s Future (2001) Muriel L. and Stephen B. Randolph Fund (2004) George E. & Elizabeth A. Reed Fund (1997) Reiman Brothers Fund (1999) Miriam and Elsie Reinhart Memorial Fund (1991) Renal Clinical Fund (2007) Renal Research Fund (2007) Reynoso Family Fund (2013) Virginia and Rodney Roberts Memorial Fund (2015) Nathan Rosen Memorial Fund (1996) Vito and Diana Russo Fund (1988) R.W.K. Charitable Fund (2011) Bernardo Scheimberg Fund (2014) Dr. Lester J. Schultz Memorial Fund (1984) Robert and Lynne Schwartz Fund (1986) Shea Family Fund (2004) *Shover/Enrietto Family Fund (2016) Carl Slater Memorial Fund (1998) Bradford & Pamela Smith Charitable Fund (2000) Michelle Sobel Literacy Fund (2006) Karena Somerville AWC Scholarship Fund (1992) Dr. John B. Sommi Fund (2003) Jerry Spitz Charitable Fund (2008) Stepinac Fiftieth Reunion Scholarship Fund (2006) Andrew Stewart Memorial Fund (1999) Sturmer Family Fund (1996) *Henriette Granville Suhr Fund (2016) *William and Henriette Granville Suhr Fund for the Environment (2016) Sullivan Family Fund (1994) Kalyan Sundaram Fund (2006) James A. and Katherine D. Sutton Fund (1999) Syzygy Fund (2014) Martin Tackel & Abbe Raven Family Fund (1998) Alfonso Tapia and A. L. Rose Memorial Fund (1994) Tarrytown and Sleepy Hollow Children and Youth Fund (2009) Tarrytown/Sleepy Hollow Fund for Kids (2010) Technical Support Fund (1998) Threerandomwords Fund (2003) Jodie Torigian Charitable Fund (2000) Trabout Fund (2006) Triantafillu Fund (1983) W. Lee Tuller Memorial Education Fund (1983) W. Lee Tuller Memorial Fund (1983) Arno and Peppi Ucko Family Fund (1998) Emily & Harold E. Valentine & Evelyn Gable Clark Scholarship Fund (2005) Bernice and Irwin Warshaw Fund (1990) Nicholas C. Wasicsko Scholarship Fund (1993) Rita and Stanley Wecker Fund (2015) Westchester Community Foundation (1975) Westchester Fund for Women and Girls (1992) Westchester Health Fund (2003) Westchester Critical Needs - Hurricane Sandy Fund (2012) Westchester Opportunity Fund (1993) Westchester Poetry Fund (2000) Westchester Wilderness Walk Fund (2001) Frank E. Wigg Charitable Fund (1993) Wilstock Fund (1994) Evelyn G. Zamboni Fund (1986) Madeline and Sanford S. Zevon Fund (1995) Corinne and Neil Zola Fund (2014)
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FINANCIALS 2016 THE NEW YORK COMMUNITY TRUST AND COMMUNITY FUNDS, INC. (Including its Long Island and Westchester Divisions)
Consolidated Statements of Financial Position
December 31, ASSETS Cash and cash equivalents Investments (note 3) Receivables Fixed assets, net Total assets
30,942,143 2,519,254,629 1,251,499 797,280
24,278,797 2,447,045,744 841,250 1,015,889
LIABILITIES AND NET ASSETS Liabilities: Accounts payable $ 767,257 Grants payable 42,021,807 Deferred rent credits (note 4) 1,147,012 Pension liability (note 5) 5,963,383 Accrued postretirement medical benefit obligation 3,162,669 (note 5) Total liabilities
609,635 21,597,227 1,499,939 6,138,610 3,202,427
Net assets: Unrestricted: Endowment Available for grants Available for administration
2,437,845,831 57,027,427 4,310,165
2,374,921,154 60,351,651 4,861,037
Total net assets
Total liabilities and net assets
See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements.
Consolidated Statements of Activities
Years ended December 31, Changes in net assets: Revenues: Contributions Investment return: Interest and dividends Net appreciation (depreciation) on investments Less: Investment expenses Provision for unrelated business income taxes
(17,498,483) (989,086) 143,466,500
(14,672,781) (1,635,317) (13,282,982)
Total unrestricted revenues, net
Expenses: Grants and services to beneficiaries Grantmaking expenses Administrative expenses Development expenses Total expenses
195,554,486 5,644,674 5,926,907 2,540,102 209,666,169
165,428,594 5,292,599 5,557,229 2,381,669 178,660,091
Increase (decrease) in net assets before other pension and postretirement medical changes Other pension and postretirement medical changes (note 5) Increase (decrease) in net assets Net assets at beginning of year Net assets at end of year
See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements.
FINANCIALS 2016 Consolidated Statements of Cash Flows
Years ended December 31, CASH FLOWS FROM OPERATING ACTIVITIES: Increase (decrease) in net assets Adjustments to reconcile increase (decrease) in net assets to net cash used in operating activities:
Net (appreciation) depreciation on investments Depreciation and amortization expense (Increase) decrease in receivables Increase (decrease) in accounts payable Increase in grants payable Decrease in deferred rent credits (Decrease) increase in pension liability Decrease in accrued postretirement medical benefit obligation
(106,630,796) 269,205 (410,249) 157,622 20,424,580 (352,927) (175,227)
47,833,060 269,836 650,867 (107,458) 797,082 (314,356) 1,575,061
Net cash used in operating activities
CASH FLOWS FROM INVESTING ACTIVITIES: Purchases of investments Proceeds from sales of investments Capital expenditures
(587,056,467) 621,478,378 (50,596)
(749,822,908) 762,724,656 (5,365)
Net cash provided by investing activities Net increase (decrease) in cash and cash equivalents Cash and cash equivalents at beginning of year Cash and cash equivalents at end of year
Supplemental disclosure of cash flow information: Taxes paid on unrelated business income
See accompanying notes to consolidated financial statements.
Notes to Consolidated Financial Statements December 31, 2016 and 2015 (1) Organization The New York Community Trust and Community Funds, Inc. (including its Long Island and Westchester Divisions) (The Trust) are community foundations created to build permanent charitable endowments for the greater metropolitan region. The Trust, as the consolidated foundations are hereinafter referred to, is tax exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code (the Code) and has been determined not to be a private foundation under Section 509(a)(1) of the Code. The Trust administers more than 2,000 individual charitable funds, each established with an instrument of gift describing either the general or specific purposes for which grants are to be made, from a spending plan distribution, income, and in some cases from principal. (2) Summary of Significant Accounting Policies Accounting standards provide that if the governing body of an organization has the ability to remove a donor restriction, the contributions should be classified as unrestricted net assets. However, under New York State law and The Trustâ€™s governing instruments, the assets are held as endowment funds until such time (if ever) as the governing body deems it prudent and appropriate to expend some part of the principal or appreciation. Accordingly, the consolidated financial statements classify all net assets as unrestricted, but segregate the portion that is held as endowment from the funds that are currently available for grants and administration. Cash equivalents represent short-term investments with original maturities of 90 days or less, except for those short-term investments managed as part of long term investment strategies. Fixed assets are recorded at cost and are depreciated on a straight-line basis over the estimated life of the respective asset. Leasehold improvements are depreciated over the life of the respective improvement or the remaining term of the lease, whichever is shorter. Fixed assets are reported net of accumulated depreciation of $3,162,385 in 2016 and $3,069,191 in 2015. Investment expenses include fees for bank trustees, investment managers, and custodians. Grants and services to beneficiaries are expensed with approval of the Distribution Committee of The New York Community Trust (NYCT) or the Board of Directors of Community Funds, Inc. (CFI), and usually paid within one year. The Trust has adopted a constant growth spending plan for many of its funds. This approach allows spending to increase at a steady rate within the confines of a floor, a ceiling, and a cap. The spending plan is not applied to funds in CFI that are considered to be underwater, as defined by New York State law. At December 31, 2016, no fund was considered to be underwater. Accounting estimates are an integral part of the consolidated financial statements prepared by management and are based upon managementâ€™s current judgments. Actual results could differ from those estimates. Certain amounts in 2015 have been reclassified to conform to the 2016 presentation. (3) Investments and Fair Value Measurements Fair value is defined as the exchange price that would be received to sell an asset, or paid to transfer a liability (an exit price), in the principal or most advantageous market for the asset or liability in an orderly transaction between market participants on the measurement date. A fair value hierarchy requires The
FINANCIALS 2016 2015 Trust to maximize the use of observable inputs and minimize the use of unobservable inputs when measuring fair value. The three levels of the hierarchy are:
• Level 1 inputs are quoted or published prices in active markets for identical assets or liabilities. • Level 2 inputs are inputs other than prices included within Level 1 that are observable for the asset, such as quoted prices for similar assets or liabilities. • Level 3 inputs are unobservable inputs for the asset or liability. Accounting Standards Update (ASU) 2009-12, Investments in Certain Entities That Calculate Net Asset Value Per Share (or Its Equivalent), allows The Trust, as a practical expedient, to estimate the fair value using net asset value (NAV) for commingled investments that do not have a readily determinable fair value (RDFV). ASU 2015-10, Technical Corrections and Improvements, amends the definition of RDFV and includes a clarification that an equity security has a RDFV if it meets certain conditions. In 2016, The Trust adopted the provisions of this update and applied them retrospectively to 2015. As a result, certain investments in the amount of approximately $258 million that were previously not disclosed in the 2015 fair value hierarchy, have been corrected and reclassified to Level 1 in the fair value hierarchy. Most of The Trust’s investments are in publicly traded securities or in commingled funds, including common trust funds that are invested in publicly traded securities. Fair value for these investments is based on quoted market or published prices. The Trust also invests in hedge funds and private equity, including private real estate investments. The fair value of these investments has been determined primarily through the net asset values provided by the fund managers utilizing quoted market prices for underlying securities, market values for comparable companies, an income-based approach, or discounted cash flow projections. The Trust received gifts of interests in a limited partnership investment holding company and a limited liability company (LLC), which are carried at fair value, based on either an appraisal or The Trust’s interest in the net assets of the LLC. These valuations are reviewed for reasonableness by management of The Trust. The Trust invests for long-term growth in real terms, consistent with a reasonable degree of risk. Donor advised funds that require a high degree of liquidity are invested in cash equivalents. The investments of NYCT are held in individual trusts at the bank designated by the donor in the instrument of gift. The following tables present The Trust’s investments at December 31, 2016 and 2015, respectively: 2016
U.S. equities International equities Cash and cash equivalents Fixed income/mutual funds Hedge funds Private equity Fixed income/government bonds Fixed income/corporate bonds Fixed income/other Real estate Other
Total $ 1,008,103,242 458,291,895 294,577,190 240,910,071 192,050,977 104,879,689 92,487,816 63,535,876 35,995,033 24,651,533 3,771,307
Level 1 1,007,227,882 458,291,895 294,577,190 240,910,071 — — 50,760,240 63,535,876 30,995,033 — 1,965,454
— — — — — — 41,727,576 — 5,000,000 — 1,525,802
Level 3 875,360 — — — — 52,802,557 — — — 24,651,533 280,051
Investments measured at NAV — — — — 192,050,977 52,077,132 — — — — —
U.S. equities International equities Cash and cash equivalents Fixed income/mutual funds Hedge funds Private equity Fixed income/government bonds Fixed income/corporate bonds Fixed income/other Real estate Other
Total 914,009,518 391,169,577 368,471,776 221,438,737 205,349,205 111,695,149 80,927,011 75,267,185 41,172,675 24,574,503 12,970,408
Level 1 913,919,147 391,169,577 368,471,776 221,438,737 — — 51,979,337 75,267,185 28,897,255 — 9,594,709
— — — — — — 28,947,674 — 12,275,420 — 1,753,645
Level 3 90,371 — — — — 53,621,068 — — — 24,574,503 1,622,054
Investments measured at NAV — — — — 205,349,205 58,074,081 — — — — —
The Trust’s investments valued at NAV include: Hedge Funds – Consist of funds that seek to achieve equity-like returns with lower volatility than the equity markets as well as multi-strategy funds that attempt to generate consistent positive returns by focusing on opportunities that are not correlated to the returns of the overall markets. These funds may be redeemed at the net asset value at least annually, and in certain cases more frequently. Advance notice of 30–90 days is required to redeem these investments. Private Equity – These funds focus on buyouts—primarily of midcap companies. Certain funds of funds also have a small allocation to venture capital. As the underlying investments are liquidated, assets are distributed. The liquidation occurs over the life of each vehicle, which is typically 10 years. Certain of The Trust’s investments in private equity involve future cash commitments which amount to approximately $25 million at December 31, 2016. The following table presents reconciliation for all Level 3 assets measured at fair value for the period from January 1 to December 31: Level 3 assets Fair value at January 1 Gains and losses, net Net sales Capital distributions
2016 $ 79,907,996 463,158 (1,407,265) (354,388)
2015 80,727,383 611,229 (272) (1,430,344)
Fair value at December 31
(4) Commitments On March 30, 2004, The Trust entered into a lease agreement for office space expiring March 31, 2020. Future minimum annual rental payments are approximately $1.5 million in 2017 through 2019, and a total of $370,000 thereafter through 2020. Rental expense is recognized on a straight-line basis, in accordance with ASC 840, Accounting for Leases. The excess of recognized expense over actual rent payments as well as landlord provided improvements has been recorded as deferred rent credits. Rent expense for the years ended December 31, 2016 and 2015 amounted to $1,417,520 and $1,430,808, respectively.
FINANCIALS 2016 (5) Pension and Postretirement Medical Benefit Plans The Trust administers a noncontributory defined benefit pension plan covering substantially all employees. Benefits are based on years of service and the employee’s compensation during the five highest consecutive years during the last ten years of employment. The Trust also provides medical insurance benefits for its eligible retired employees. Obligations and funded status at December 31 are as follows: Postretirement medical benefits
Pension benefits 2016 Benefit obligation
Fair value of plan assets Funded status
The accumulated amounts not yet recognized as a component of net periodic benefit cost were $6,028,677 and ($350,123) at December 31, 2016 for the pension and postretirement medical plans, respectively. The estimated amounts that will be amortized into net periodic benefit cost in 2017 are $307,000 and ($29,000), respectively. Postretirement medical benefits
Pension benefits 2016
Rate of compensation increase
Expected return of plan assets
Rate of compensation increase
Weighted average assumptions used to determine obligations as of December 31:
Weighted average assumptions used to determine periodic cost as of December 31:
The health care cost trend rate assumption for 2017 is 7.4%, decreasing to 5.2% in 2022. The pension plan is invested in a balanced portfolio of equity and fixed income securities. Annual projected benefit payments for the pension and postretirement medical benefit plans are expected to average $1,460,000 and $104,000, respectively, through 2026.
The following tables present The Trust’s fair value hierarchy for the investments of its defined benefit pension plan as of December 31, 2016 and 2015, respectively: 2016 Equities Fixed income Cash equivalents
Fair value $ 16,213,565 4,402,663 563,416
Level 1 16,213,565 3,537,434 563,416
Level 2 — 865,229 —
Level 3 — — —
2015 Equities Fixed income Cash equivalents
Fair value 14,007,677 4,545,235 819,613
Level 1 14,007,677 3,482,435 819,613
Level 2 — 1,062,800 —
Level 3 — — —
The Trust also sponsors a defined contribution retirement plan in which contributions are based upon a specified percentage of salaries and years of service. The expense for this retirement plan was $616,935 in 2016 and $578,748 in 2015. (6) Subsequent Events The Trust evaluated its December 31, 2016 consolidated financial statements for subsequent events through April 26, 2017, the date the consolidated financial statements were available to be issued. The Trust is not aware of any subsequent events that would require recognition or disclosure in the consolidated financial statements.
FINANCIALS 2016 2015
Independent Auditors’ Report Distribution Committee of The New York Community Trust and Board of Directors of Community Funds, Inc.: We have audited the accompanying consolidated financial statements of The New York Community Trust and Community Funds, Inc. (including its Long Island and Westchester Divisions) (collectively, The Trust), which comprise the consolidated statements of financial position as of December 31, 2016 and 2015, and the related consolidated statements of activities and cash flows for the years then ended, and the related consolidated notes to the consolidated financial statements. Management’s Responsibility for the Consolidated Financial Statements Management is responsible for the preparation and fair presentation of these consolidated financial statements in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles; this includes the design, implementation, and maintenance of internal control relevant to the preparation and fair presentation of the consolidated financial statements that are free from material misstatement, whether due to fraud or error. Auditors’ Responsibility Our responsibility is to express an opinion on these consolidated financial statements based on our audits. We conducted our audits in accordance with auditing standards generally accepted in the United States of America. Those standards require that we plan and perform the audit to obtain reasonable assurance about whether the consolidated financial statements are free from material misstatement. An audit involves performing procedures to obtain audit evidence about the amounts and disclosures in the consolidated financial statements. The procedures selected depend on the auditors’ judgment, including the assessment of the risks of material misstatement of the consolidated financial statements, whether due to fraud or error. In making those risk assessments, the auditor considers internal control relevant to the entity’s preparation and fair presentation of the consolidated financial statements in order to design audit procedures that are appropriate in the circumstances, but not for the purpose of expressing an opinion on the effectiveness of the entity’s internal control. Accordingly, we express no such opinion. An audit also includes evaluating the appropriateness of accounting policies used and the reasonableness of significant accounting estimates made by management, as well as evaluating the overall presentation of the consolidated financial statements. We believe that the audit evidence we have obtained is sufficient and appropriate to provide a basis for our audit opinion. Opinion In our opinion, the consolidated financial statements referred to above present fairly in all material respects, the financial position of The New York Community Trust and Community Funds, Inc. (including its Long Island and Westchester Divisions) as of December 31, 2016 and 2015, and the changes in their net assets and their cash flows for the years then ended in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles.
April 26, 2017 KPMG LLP, is a Delaware limited liability partnership and the U.S. member firm of the KPMG network of independent member firms affiliated with KPMG International Cooperative (“KPMG International”), a Swiss entity.
Financial Highlights ASSETS BY FUND TYPE $2,552,246,000
Unrestricted 55% Donor-advised 39% Non-advised 16%
Field of Interest 29%
GRANTS BY PROGRAM AREA $195,554,000
Promising Futures 51%
Thriving Communities 27%
Healthy Lives 17%
Special Projects 5%
TOTAL EXPENDITURES $209,666,000
Investment Committee Members Kevin R. Byrne, Chairman Senior Vice President, Chief Finance & Risk Officer Retirement Solutions Division, Pacific Life Insurance Company
Raymond Kanner Retired Managing Director & Chief Investment Officer IBM Retirement Funds
Bruce W. Calvert Retired Chairman & Chief Executive Officer Alliance Capital Management (now AllianceBernstein)
Rosemarie Liu Shomstein Retired Senior Vice President & Deputy Chief Investment Officer AXA Equitable Life Insurance Company
Elizabeth B. Dater Managing Director, Angelo, Gordon & Co.
Lorie A. Slutsky President, The New York Community Trust
Weston M. Hicks President & Chief Executive Officer, Alleghany Corporation
Donald R. Kurtz (Emeritus) Retired Managing Director, General Motors Investment Management Corp. Affiliations for identification purposes only.
FUNDS IN 2016 Funds in bold and with an asterisk are new. Please know that we do our best to ensure the accuracy of these lists, but errors may still occur. If you find an error, please contact us so that we may correct it.
AB Partners Fund (2014) Janice E. Abbott Scholarship Fund (1999) Abdini Fund (2008) Jane Schwab Abel & Elise Schwab Clemenger Memorial (1946) A.B.Y. Fund (1960) A. Bernard Ackerman Fund (2011) Ackman Family Fund (1997) Acorn Foundation Fund for Beautification in Memory of Barbara Foster Vietor (2004) Acorn Foundation Fund for History in Memory of Alexander Orr Vietor (2004) Ada Fund (2010) John and Laurie Adams Fund (2004) Hall Adams Fund (1972) Adel and Leffler Families’ Fund for Queens (1993) Terry Adkins Memorial Fund (2014) Frederica M. and Morton L. Adler Trust (1941) Benigno M. Aguilar and Gerald A. Erickson, Jr. Fund (2011) M. Bernard Aidinoff Fund (1986) M. Bernard Aidinoff and Elsie V. Aidinoff Fund (1998) Seth G. Aidinoff Fund (1986) *Ms. Carol Aim High Fund (2016) Akabas Family Fund (1986) Albin Family Arts Fund (1999) Barbara Albisser Memorial Fund (1981) Oakey L. and Ethel Witherspoon Alexander Fund (1977) Allegra-Tanner Fund (1995) Robert Mack Allen & Wendel Fentress Ott Fund (1989) AB Foundation Fund (1998) Franz and Marcia Allina Fund (1994) Alouette Fund (1993) *Jack & Belle Alpern Fund (2016) B. Altman Fund (1985) Carl Altman Fund (2007) Altschul Family Fund (1980) Altschul Overbrook Fund (1994) Arthur Altschul Memorial Fund (2002) Arthur G. Altschul, Jr. Charitable Fund (1996) Emily H. Altschul Charitable Fund (2002) Elizabeth and Peter Altwater Fund (1974) American Seamen’s Friend Society Designated Fund (1986) American Seamen’s Friend Society Discretionary Fund (1986) Iris Arinella Ames Education Fund (2015) *Jack Amster Fund (2016) Ananouri Fund (1998) Anne Anastasi and John Porter Foley, Jr. Funds (2006) Anbinder Family Charitable Fund (2003) J. R. Anderson Fund (1981) Patricia Anderson Fund (2005) Matthew and Krista Annenberg Fund (2012) Patricia L. Anslinger Memorial Fund (2007) Apple Seeding Fund (2012) Aquamarine Fund (2014) Eileen and William Araskog Charitable Fund (2001) Arc of Circumstance Fund (1978) G.W. Archer Fund (2001) Joseph Arena Charitable Fund (1995) Arman Fund (2015) Walter & Marsha Arnheim Fund (1986) Esther Jean Arnhold Fund (1966) Arts & Culture Research Fund (2012) Arundel Fund (1988) Marcia Ashman Fund for Children (1999)
Larry Ashmead Editorial Award Fund (2010) Michael J. Ashworth Fund (2012) Robert R. Asiel Memorial Funds (1972) Winifred A. Aste Fund (2011) Astor Fund for Public School Libraries (1997) Brooke Astor Fund for New York City Education (2012) Brooke Astor Fund for New York City Education (2012) ASW Fund (2007) ATS-1 Fund (2010) Auburn Citizen Fund (1999) Michael Avery Social Justice Fund (2012)
B Fund (1990) Babbitt Family Fund (1990) Babsan Fund (1992) William M. Backer Fund (1985) Backman-Niesz Fund (1999) Isabelle Bacon Fund (1985) Ellen & Henry Baer Fund (1986) Honorable Harold Baer & Dr. Suzanne Baer Fund (1989) Lee Bailey Fund (1991) S. Prentiss Bailey Fund (1960) Bain Fund (2015) Baird Family Fund (1987) Allyson Maya Collazo Baker Fund (1984) Baker Family Fund (2003) *Suzanne Bales Memorial Fund (2016) Fern Ann Ballard Memorial Fund (1986) Dr. Holly M. Bannister and Douglas L. Newhouse Fund (1984) Peleg S. Barber Fund (1960) Bardel Family Fund (2007) Ruth Plofsky Barish and Irving Barish Fund (1996) Barns Fund (1971) Parker W. Barnum Funds (1979) William and Françoise Barstow Foundation No. 1 (1931) William and Françoise Barstow Foundation No. 2 (1959) Christopher S. Bartels Fund (1998) Katherine N. Bartels Fund (1998) McDonald C. Bartels Fund (1998) Todd C. Bartels Fund (1998) Harriett M. Bartlett Funds (1987) Arlene Bartlow Fund (2006) Arthur L. Baruch and Rosalie K. Baruch Fund (1979) Paul Ludwig Baruch & Aimee Mayer Baruch Fund (2008) Conor Bastable Charitable Fund (2010) Baudo-Sillerman Scholarship Fund (1989) Beacon Group Fund (2011) Alice D. Beal Trust (1955) Bear Stearns Award (2008) Raymond R. Beatty Scholarship in Memory of Andrew Wilson (1984) Hubert Park Beck Literacy Fund (2004) Bernadine Becker Commemorative Trust (1984) Ruth Bedford Fund (1963) Beech Fund (1975) Thomas D. Bell Charitable Fund (2012) David A. and Gail G. Bell Fund (2012) Bellevue Nursing Committee Fund (1976) Eleanor Robson Belmont Fund (1980) Selim and Luna Benardete Charitable Fund (2012) Lillian Z. Bender Fund (2002) Bendheim-Von Wiskow Fund (2010) Claire B. & Lawrence A. Benenson Fund (1987) Herbert and Edythe F. Benjamin Fund (1976) Karen Benner Family Fund (2014) Michael Benner Family Fund (2006) B. Bentele’s Fund (2015) Bento Fund (2004) Maureen Duffy Benziger Fund (2005) Berelle Fund (2009) Andrew N. and Gail D. Berg Fund (1999) Berger Family Memorial Fund (2008)
Berger Memorial Fund (2008) Edward Bergman Fund (2005) Paul Bergman Fund (2005) Sarah and Paul Bergman Youth Empowerment Fund (2005) Sharon & Edward Bergman Charitable Fund (2008) Lancelot M. Berkeley Fund (2007) Berkshire Fund (2000) Charles L. Bernheimer Fund (1924) Theresa E. Bernholz Fund (1924) Sylvia Bernstein Fund (1994) Richard & Katherine Berresford Fund (1997) William H. Berri Funds (1966) Betlor Foundation Fund (1978) Beverly Hills Fund (1972) BGM Fund (1971) Anil and Pandora Po Bharvaney Fund (2012) Melanie S. Bialis Fund (2007) Philip A. and Carol Bilotti Fund (2010) June R. and Jonathan Bingham Fund (1980) Henry Birnbaum Fund (2000) Gladys A. Bishop Memorial Fund (1987) Blackwell Fund (2013) Richard & Margaret Blanchard Fund (1983) Nancy & Robert S. Blank Fund (2003) Helene Blieberg Fund (2015) Blitzer Family Fund (2005) E.H.R. & N.M. Blitzer Fund (1984) Amy Bloch/Gregory Horowitz Fund (2005) *Block Island Fund (2016) Lida and David Bloom Fund (1989) Robin Bloom Fund (1991) Blum Family Fund (1990) Sidney and Elaine Blumenthal Fund (1980) Jesse Smith Blydenburgh & Josephine Vail Blydenburgh Fund (1958) Ernst P. Boas Memorial Fund (1955) Alice Boerner Fund (1988) Bohemia Fund (1971) Bolin Fund (1986) Peter A. Bonanni Scholarship Fund (1996) M. Alida Bonynge Memorial Fund (1940) Lillian G. Booth Fund (1976) Janet and James Bostany Memorial Fund (1999) Charles Bouman Charitable Trust (1977) Bove Fund (1986) John Perry Bowditch Memorial Fund (1956) Clothilde de Veze Bower Fund (1989) Philip and Suzanne Bowers Charitable Contribution Fund (2012) Blair A. and Elizabeth J. Boyer Family Fund (2006) George T. and Francele Boyer Fund (1976) William B. and Jane Eisner Bram Fund (1995) William M. Bramwell, Jr. Fund (1995) Barry and Geraldine Brause Fund (1986) R. S. Brause Fund (1986) Roberta Brause Fund (1986) Catherine and Robert Brawer Fund (1996) Annie Grant Breath Memorial Fund (1939) Briar Patch Fund (2012) Brivio Family Fund (2003) Beatrice and Douglas Broadwater Fund (1986) Edward Brodsky Fund (1997) J. Frank & Susan S. Brown Family Fund (2012) Meredith & Sylvia Brown Fund (2004) Nikki Brown Fund (2011) Orville Gordon Browne Foundation Fund (2011) Adon H. Brownell Memorial Fund (1985) Edward W. Browning Fund (1969) Brownstein Family Fund (1995) William H. and George R. Brunjes Memorial Fund (1988) John and Josephine Bruno Memorial Fund (2011) May Evans Bryant Fund (1989) BTW Fund (1973) Emily G. Buck Fund (1994) Bucks Harbor Fund (2006) Bucky Fund (2006) David A. Budd Fund (2008) Alexandru and Sonia Bunescu Fund (1993)
Walter and Martha Burchard Family Fund (1988) Burford Fund (2007) Richard A. Burgheim Fund (1999) Burkhart Fund (2004) Frantzes D. Burkhart Fund (2004) William H. Burkhart Fund (2004) Burnett Family Fund (2012) C.D. Burns Fund (2008) John U. and Minnie M. Burt Inter Vivos Fund (1974) John U. and Minnie M. Burt Testamentary Fund (1974) Ernest Brooks Burton Fund (2003) William B. Butz Memorial Fund (1999) Judith Byrd Fund (2009) *Kevin and Maura Byrne Family Fund (2016) Monsignor Harry J. Byrne Scholarship Fund (1998) Patrolman Edward R. Byrne Substance Abuse Fund (1988)
Hans and Ruth Cahnmann Family Fund (2009) Ruth and Hans Cahnmann Memorial Fund (2012) Jean C. Caldwell Fund (1950) Patricia A. Caldwell Fund (2002) Calman Fund (2007) Calvert Family Fund (2000) Ishik Camoglu Fund (2014) Camp Edith Macy Fund (1926) Frances T. Campbell Fund (1959) Cane Nowak Family Fund (2014) Henry Cannon Fund (1981) Ralph and Stella Caporale Fund (1995) *Capozzi Family Fund (2016) Elsie, Ubaldo and Vivian Cardia Fund (2012) Carillon Fund (1998) Carlson Fund (1994) Arnold W. and Alice R. Carlson Charitable Fund (2013) Carnegie Corporation Funds No. 1 & 2 (1936) Carnoy Family Fund (2012) Carolina Fund (1986) Alys Sinclair Carreau Memorial Fund (1929) Carson Family Charitable Trust Fund (1985) Sybil Carter Memorial (1930) Cashin Family Fund (1989) Bonnie Cashin Fund (2002) *Castilian Fund (2016) John Krob Castle Fund (2012) Cecelia Trust Fund (1996) *Cedar Chest Fund (2016) CFDA-Vogue Initiative/New York City AIDS Fund (1991) Chadwick Fund (2015) David & Miriam Chalfin Fund (1985) Maria Bowen Chapin Scholarship Fund (2005) Chapman Fund (2000) Charlie’s Fund (1975) JPMorgan Chase Fund (2011) Gerald L. Chasin Fund (1986) Richard & Ellen Chassin Charitable Fund (2000) Chatham Fund (1984) Jerome Chazen Fund to Address Domestic Violence (2014) Patrick S. Cheng & Michael J. Boothroyd Fund (2000) Cheng-Kingdon Fund (2007) Herbert & Phyllis Chernin Fund (1996) Christiansen/Shuchman Fund (1987) Christie Fund (2012) Francis and Catherine Christy Fund (1975) *Chrysalis Fund (2016) Patricia Cirillo Charitable Fund (2012) Clark Family Fund (2000) Cameron Clark Memorial Fund (1998) Edith M. Clark Fund (1944) Fenton Clark Fund (1986) Huguette Clark Family Fund for Protection of Elders (2013) Valerie G. Clark Memorial Fund (1978) Cline Foundation Fund (1995)
Clinton Community Garden Fund (1985) Club Life Fund (2013) CND Fund (2010) Coco Fund (2000) Claire and Joseph Cohen Fund (2013) Joseph and Claire Cohen Fund (2014) Helen Cohen Fund (1995) Lisa E. Cohen Memorial Scholarship Award Fund (1991) Paul T. Cohen Fund (2009) John and Ann Coleman Fund (1984) Paul Rykoff Coleman Fund (2014) Warren Coleman Fund (1986) Richard M. Colgate Fund (1959) Faith Colish Fund (2012) Collazo Family Fund No. 1 (2007) Irene D. Collia Trust (1980) Columbus Circle Fund (1976) Thomas J. Concannon Memorial Internship Fund (2006) Georgianna B. Conlin Fund (1998) Kevin P. Connors Fund (1986) Conroy Family Fund (1999) Cook Family Fund (1986) Joan Ganz Cooney Fund (2010) Joan Ganz Cooney & Holly Peterson Fund (2015) Lane Cooper Fund (1960) Gertrude Corbitt Bequest (1959) Barbara Fatt Costikyan Fund (1999) Jennifer L. Costley and Judith E. Turkel Fund (2005) *Daniel I. Cotlowitz Fund (2016) Melinda and James M. Cotter Fund (1986) Counterpoint Fund (1996) J. E. Covington Fund (2007) Valery Craane Fund (2012) Karen L. Cramer Charitable Fund (2012) Critchlow/McCormick Family Fund (2012) Charlotte L. Crittenden Fund (1932) A. Evelyn Cronquist Fund (1991) Winifred Crost Fund (1981) Andrew Crystal & Family Fund (2004) CSF Family Fund (2007) Charles E. Culpeper Fund (1999) Kay Cummings Fund (2008) *Richard Cummings (G. Black) Fund (2016) *Richard Cummings (W. Cummings) Fund (2016) Curbstone Fund (2006) Cushman Family Fund (2003) Paul and Paulette Cushman Fund (1998) CWR Partners Fund (2012)
Thomas D’Eletto Charitable Fund (2015) John Da Silva Memorial Fund No. 1 (1988) John Da Silva Memorial Fund No. 2 (1988) John Da Silva Memorial Fund No. 3 (1988) DAL Fund (1984) Florence S. Daniels Fund (2012) *Petra Danielsohn Family Fund (2016) Danziger Family Fund (1973) Abraham L. Danziger Fund (1979) Ellen and Sabin Danziger Fund (1997) Darlington Fund (1973) Darlington Memory Fund (2012) Elizabeth B. Dater & Wm. Mitchell Jennings Jr. Fund (1999) Davis Polk & Wardwell Fund (1997) Donna Scher Davis Fund No. 1 (1993) Donna Scher Davis Fund No. 2 (1996) Dawn Fund (2005) Day Memorial Fund (1948) DBC Fund (2008) DBS Fund (2009) Eugenia Ortuno de Bartels Fund (2002) David and Diane DeBell Family Fund (2003) G. Louise Robinson de Dombrowski Fund (1991) Adam de Havenon Fund (2004) Georgia and Michael de Havenon Fund (1986) Peter J. De Luca Family Fund (1991)
Georges and Lois de Menil Charitable Fund (1977) Jay and Ruth De Soto Mayor Fund (2004) Ellen A. Dearborn Fund (1969) *Dearing Zeiler Charitable Fund (2016) Richard & Barbara Debs Fund (1986) Deerdodds Fund (1997) Defliese Family Fund (1971) DEL Fund (2007) Delacorte Fund (1994) Delacorte Scholarship Fund for Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons (2013) Albert P. Delacorte Fund (2005) George Delacorte Center for Magazine Journalism Fund (1998) George & Valerie Delacorte Fund (2011) Valerie Delacorte Fund (1993) Delafield Fund (1975) John and Patricia Delany Memorial Fund (2012) Delany Sisters Fund (1994) Patrick and Kara Dennis Charitable Fund (2015) David W. Denton U.S. Attorneys’ Fund (2010) Derby Fund (1983) Charles Desmarais and Katherine Morgan Fund (2010) Deutsche Bank Fund (2010) Brian and Silvija Devine Fund (1986) Brooke Katherine Devine Fund (2006) Mary Wheeler Dewart Fund (1976) Eugene Di Mattina Fund (2013) Diacre Family Fund (2003) Hester Diamond Fund (2002) *Dickler Family Fund for Crohn’s and Inflammatory Bowel Disease (2016) *Ruth and Gerald Dickler Community Housing Fund (2016) Ruth and Gerald Dickler Fund for Early Childhood Education (2010) *Ruth Crohn Dickler Legacy Fund (2016) Esther Baiyla Dinner Memorial Fund (1999) Dogwood Fund (1979) Eugene, Bridget & Tommy Dolphin Scholarship Fund (1992) Susan Wells Donnell Fund (1984) William W. Donnell Fund (1994) William W. Donnell Fund for Parks (2003) Margaret E. Donnelly Fund (2015) A. James Donohue Fund (1986) Donors’ Education Collaborative of NYC Fund (1992) James D. Dorfman & Michael J. Herko Fund (2014) Stephen M. Dowicz Fund (1994) John & Hebe Dowling Fund (1986) Nathan and Miriam Drachman Fund (1989) Jamie Drake Fund (2007) Jamie Drake Future Fund (2007) Dream Team 25 Fund (2011) Bruce Dresner Fund (1993) Leon Drew Fund (2001) Drexel Burnham Lambert Fund (1995) Beatrice L. Drossman Fund (1998) Dr. James R. Dumpson Fund for Social Services (2009) William M. Duncan Family Fund (1986) Wolcott and Joan Dunham Fund (2010) Mary Ann Dunn Charitable Fund (2012) Dutch Kills Civic Association Fund (2013) Solomon Dutka Fund (1999) Suzanne L. Dyer Development Fund (2012) Dyer Family Fund (2012) Dzialga Family Fund (2013)
East Harlem Tutorial Program Fund (1997) *Early Childhood Partners Fund (2016) Evelyn and Jack Eber Fund (1995) E.C.B. Fund (1960) Sammy Cohen Eckstein Memorial Fund (2013) Economic Justice Fund (1989) Julius and Margarete Edelstein Fund (1991) Edlow Fund (1996) Edward Oxenberg Fund (2014)
FUNDS IN 2016 Davis W. Edwards Fund (2008) Eleanor Franklin Egan Memorial Fund (1927) E.H.C. Foundation (1967) Julie Ehrlich and Noam Elcott Fund (2009) Dr. Moses Einhorn Fund (1964) Einhorn/Lasky Family Fund (1999) Eiseman Altschuler Fund (2003) Irving and Blanche Eisenberg Charitable Fund (1995) Carole & Richard Eisner Fund (1980) EisnerAmperCares Fund (2010) EJP Fund (2012) H. Rodger and Jessie Graham Elgar Fund (2013) Claudio Elia Fund (1997) Dr. Deborah Elkins Fund (1993) Gertrude Elkins Memorial Fund (1993) Howard L. Ellin Charitable Fund (2003) Nancie Ellis Fund (2004) *Elman/Ronson Fund (2016) ELSAM Fund (1999) Lita & Walter Elvers/Zipperian Fund (1999) Emy Fund (2007) Henry C. Enders Funds (1976) Mildred F. Englander Fund (1985) Enos Fund (1983) Samuel Epstein Lecture Fund (1999) Charles and Lillian Erickson Fund (2014) Josephine L. Erwin Fund (1935) James A. Essey and Nina Zakin Essey Fund (1994) Evans Family Fund (1995) Bradford and Barbara Evans Fund (1986) Brittain Anderson Ezzes Fund (2012)
Fahs-Beck Funds for Research and Experimentation (1986) Edgar W.B. Fairchild Fund (1992) Fairway Fund (1987) Falk, Lichten, and Rosenstein Fund (1995) Susan Meyers Falk Fund (1996) Joseph Fancher Fund (1983) Farrand Family Fund (1993) Fashion Targets Breast Cancer Fund (2010) Emanuel and Bertha Feder Memorial Fund (1994) Federal Bar Council/U.S. Attorneys’ Offices Fund (2001) Fegan Family Fund (2008) Feinsod Herz Fund (1980) Feldman Family Fund (1982) Nancy and Michael Feller Fund (2007) Louise and Marvin Fenster Family Fund (1999) Anthony and Vanda Ficalora Fund (1988) Judith & Norman Fields Fund (1992) Raymond H. Fiero Fund (1984) Brian Keith Fifield Memorial Scholarship Fund (1987) Filak Family Fund (1999) Simon Finck Fund (1959) Golda and Mollie Fine Fund (1977) Harriet Finkelstein Family Fund (2007) Kelly Ann Finley Memorial Fund (2008) Fishbein Family Fund (1998) Mitchell S. Fishman Donor-Advised Fund (1999) Desmond Gerald FitzGerald Charitable Fund (1986) Kirsten Flagstad Memorial (1964) William E. Flaherty Family Fund (1998) Clementina Santi Flaherty Fund (2007) Flanagan Fund (2006) Sam Flax Memorial Scholarship Fund (1964) Fletcher Fund (1999) Josephine Flood Memorial (1973) Francis Florio Fund (2012) Flushing Females Association Scholarship Fund (1992) Michel Fokine Memorial Fund (1985) Walter B. Ford Funds (1972) William E. Ford, III Fund (2014) Fortune Society Education Fund (1994) Fosdick Fund (1986)
John H. Foster Fund (1984) Ben Fox Memorial Fund (1962) Ellen Sydney Fox Fund (1994) Nicholas T. Franco Fund (2012) Patrick L. Franco Fund (2012) Frank Fund (1995) Abraham B. and Sarah Frank Funds (1955) Martin M. Frank Scholarship Fund (1990) Katherine M. Franke Fund (2006) Bethenny Frankel Charitable Fund (2012) Michael and Beatrice Frankel Fund (2008) Corinne R. Frear Fund (2000) Arthur and Elinor Fredston Fund (2004) David and Paula Freedman Fund (1994) *Freedman Family Fund (2016) Freilich Fund (2011) Ernest Grey Frerking/Sharon Frerking Philanthropic Fund (2012) Friedman Family Charitable Fund (2008) Elayne and Howard Friedman Fund (2006) L. W. Frohlich Charitable Fund (2011) L. W. Frohlich Family Fund (2011) Frunzi/Wachtel Fund (2011) James Fuld Jr. Family Fund (1991) Kenneth & Margo Fuld Fund (2001) Ricki Fulman Fund (2013) Fun On 2 Wheels Fund (1998) *Fund for Astrophysical Research (2016) Fund for Autistic Children (2000) Fund for the Delacorte Theatre in Central Park (1998) Fund for Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Arts (1983) Fund for New Citizens (1987) Fund for New York Youth (2015) Fund for Performances at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park (1999) Future of Design Jewelry Education Fund (1997)
Laly & George Gallantz Fund (1991) Colin Gardner Fund (2011) William T. Gardner Theatre Internship Fund (1992) Garfinkel Family Fund (2007) Gloria and Barry H. Garfinkel Fund (1986) Barbara Gauntlett Scholarship Funds (1986) Paul Edward Gay Fund (1990) Benjamin and Rachel Geballe Fund (2007) Geduld Fund (1993) Jane C. Geever Fund (2008) Geismar Family Fund (2008) Bruce S. Gelb Fund (1995) Gemini Fund (1998) General Charitable Fund (1971) Generation Fund (2010) Ruth E. and Timothy M. George Charitable Fund (1986) Jacques A. Gerard Fund (1987) Pierce Gerety Memorial Fund (1998) *Gerling Fund (2016) GIA Fund (2010) Clara A. Gierisch Fund (1975) Clarence H. Gifford Funds (2008) John N. and Gillett A. Gilbert Family Fund (1999) Elena Gildersleeve Fund (1982) Stephen Gillen Family Fund (2012) Frank J. Gillespie Fund (1985) Gilmore Human Rights Fund (1980) Sonia Raiziss Giop Literature Fund (1994) Santina Giordano Memorial Fund (1985) Girls Write Now Fund (2010) Glaser Family Fund (1994) Robert J. Glenn Memorial Fund (1974) Rose N. Glenn Memorial Fund (1990) Madeline Shobrys Glosten Fund (1999) Goins Family Fund (2003) Charlynn and Warren Goins Fund (2015) Rita and Herbert Z. Gold Education Fund (1993) Gold-Schiff Fund (1994) Jacob and Helen Goldfein Fund (2009)
Goldman Schachar Charitable Fund (2012) Jane and Budd Goldman Fund (2010) Diane Goldman Fund (2008) Jack Goldring Fund (1986) Oliver and Barbara Goldstein Charitable Fund (2012) Patricia and Bernard Goldstein Fund (1985) Good Samaritan Fund (1993) Maurice and Georgine Goodman Fund (1998) Roger and JoAnn Goodspeed Fund (1986) Goodwin Family Fund (1999) Everett F. and Ann P. Gordon Memorial Fund (1991) Gail Gordon Charitable Fund (2011) Gail Gordon Fund (2000) William J. Gossen Fund (1985) Josh Gotbaum & Joyce Thornhill Fund (1991) Lee Gottlieb Fund (2005) Deborah Gottlieb-Shapiro Family Fund (2012) Lynda Gould Fund (2006) Gouverneur Hospital Fund (1958) Grabe Family (2015) Eugen Grabscheid Fund (1992) Howard E. Grace Fund (1998) Maggie and Gordon Gray Family Fund (1998) Green Fund (1985) Lawrence and Barbara Green Fund (2005) Leonard M. Greene Memorial Fund (2009) Orland S. and Frances S. Greene Fund (1962) Greenebaum Fund (1984) Richard Greenebaum Fund (2007) John Robert Gregg Fund (1985) J & J Gribetz Fund (1983) Linda A. Griffith Fund (1970) Arthur Griggs Fund (1947) Emily Griggs Fund (1944) Stephanie Fairchild Griswold Fund (2010) Gross Family Fund (2003) Charles & Carol Grossman Family Fund (2009) GSLW Fund (2007) Rudolph Guenther Fund (1977) Sydney A. Guggenheimer Memorial Fund (1949) Sarah G. Gund Fund (2005) Gwertzman Family Fund (2012)
Leopold Haas Fund (1984) Katherine & Morris Hadley Trust (1968) Horace and Amy Hagedorn Fund (1995) Emil and Zerline Hahnloser-Richard Bak Fund (1975) Hajim Family Fund (1983) Halcom Family Fund (2014) Luke Halpin Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002) Carol D. & S. Sutton Hamilton Charitable Fund (2012) Hamond Family Fund (2013) Mike Handy Memorial Fund (2003) Lola G. Hanna Fund (1995) Gwenda and John Hanson Fund (1986) Lee Hanson and Don Scherer Fund (1986) *Happy Kids Fund (2016) Harbor Watch Fund (2000) William Barclay Harding Fund (1979) Augusta Lehman Harlem & Lillian Harlem Martin Fund (2000) Harmony Fund (1986) Elisabeth Scott Harms Fund (1982) Harris Family Fund (1992) Charlotte Daniels Harris Memorial Fund (2002) Elsie and Chelsea Harris Memorial Fund (1996) Jeff & Judy Harris Fund (2003) Katharine S. Harris Fund (1965) Kim and Alan Hartman Fund (2012) Alana Hassan Fund (2009) Hastings Peace and Justice Fund (1993) Haupt Family Fund (2000) Harry and Eugénie Havemeyer Fund (2001) Hawk’s Nest Fund (2000) Steve Hayden Fund (2012) Hayes Family Fund (1996) Ralph Hayes Memorial Fund (1968) Constance Laibe Hays Journalism Fund (1994)
Thomas Healy and Fred P. Hochberg Fund #2 (1995) Thomas P. Healy Fund (2003) Nicholas C. Heaney Memorial Fund (1997) Broderick J. Hehman Memorial Fund (2006) Heiser Grant (1972) Hejaz Tree Conservation Fund (2007) Huyler C. Held Memorial Fund (2013) Hemlocks Fund (1978) *Henderson-Fahnestock Fund (2016) Paul & Ann Henegan Fund (1986) Ruth Hennig Fund (2003) Lucy Henning Memorial Fund (1995) Lucy & George Henning Fund (1974) Alexander S. Henry, Sr. and Ann S. Henry Memorial Fund A (1989) Alexander S. Henry, Sr. and Ann S. Henry Memorial Fund B (1995) Doris & Milton Hepner Fund (2000) Herbster Family Fund (1990) Frances A. Hess Fund (2005) Don and Marilyn Berger Hewitt Fund (1998) Leo and Ethel Heymann Memorial Fund (1954) Murray Hidary Fund (1998) High Exposure Fund (1993) High School of Commerce, Class of 1911 Scholarship Fund (1967) Ann and Leon Himelberg Fund (2006) Steven Hirsch Fund D (1973) Steven J. Hirsch Fund (2002) Susan Hirschman Fund (1999) Martin Hirschorn IAC Fund (1995) Margaret M. Hitchcock Fund (1946) Hive Digital Media Learning Fund (2010) Ho/Ching Charitable Fund (2012) Mary and David Hoar Trust for the Honor and Glory of God (1975) Rita and Irwin Hochberg Charitable Fund (1982) Hodgson Fund (1995) John J. Hoffee Fund (1996) Hoffman Fund (2011) Gloria and Joel S. Hoffman Fund (2001) Jane & Michael Hoffman Charitable Gift Fund (2003) Marion O. and Maximilian E. Hoffman Fund (1984) Lillian and William Hoffmanns Fund (1990) Holmén Family Fund (2002) Britt Holmén Family Fund (2002) Mark Holmén Family Fund (2002) Homeless Outreach and Assistance Fund (1997) Ettie Chin Hong Fund (2006) Katie Danziger Horowitz & Steven G. Horowitz Family Fund (1995) John and Sandra Horvitz Fund (1996) Norris Houghton Theatre Fund (1988) Ralph N. Hubbard Fund (1948) Doctor Joseph E. Hughes Scholarship Fund (1984) Margaret J. Hughes Memorial Fund (1990) Christine Hunsicker Charitable Fund (2012) Lisette Verea Ruegg Hunter Funds (2011) Mildred K. Hurson Fund (2003) Hyatt Family Fund (2008) Rene K. and Samuel M. Hyman Memorial Fund (1978)
I Get Fund (1991) Iancu-Trinz Family Fund (2013) Charles F. Iklé Scholarship and Research Funds (1965) Indian Mountain School Fund (1993) George A. Ingalls and Ann C. Ingalls Fund (1957) Ingraham Fund (1986) Innovative Design Fund (1988) Intercultural Interdisciplinary Initiatives Fund (2008) Paul J. Isaac Fund (1981) Island Fund (1975) John Paul Itta and Tony Murray Fund (2008) Isabel C. and Walter T. Iverson Fund (1986)
J B Fund (1985) Attillo and Myrtle Jackson Fund (2013) F. Jackson Fund (2007) Frederick Jacobi Memorial (1952) Jamaica Fund (1989) Lucy Wortham James Fund (1935) Lucy Wortham James Memorial (1939) Walter B. James Funds No. 1 & 2 (1927) Jamestown Fund (1990) Warren S. and Florence L. Jampol Fund (2006) Jane Fund (2012) Ethyl Janson Fund (2014) Gail and Robert Janukowicz Charitable Fund (2008) JCK Fund (2008) Jeanne d’Arc Foundation (1927) Kayce Freed Jennings Fund (2007) Jenny-Hiteshew Fund (1994) Elise Jerard Environmental and Humanitarian Trust (1981) JM Legacy Fund (2000) Harry J. and Teresa H. Johnson Graduate Scholarship Funds (1987) Harry J. and Teresa H. Johnson Undergraduate Scholarship Funds (1983) Laura and Ray Johnson Fund (2003) Jon and Deb Charitable Fund (2015) Kristin & Adrian Jones Charitable Fund (2013) Doug Jones and John Sanger Theater Ticket Fund for Greater New York (2015) Jophed/Thomas Fund (1975) JQW Fund (2006) JTS Fund (2011)
Eleanor Kagan Fund (2015) Daniel Kaizer and Adam Moss Fund (2014) KAL 007 Victims Memorial Fund (1988) *Kanner Family Fund (2016) Susan Grant Kaplansky Fund (2001) Barbara and William Karatz Fund (1986) Hagop, Arousiag and Arpy Kashmanian Scholarship Fund (1999) Robert A. Kasner Fund (2005) Jonathan Ned Katz Fund (2008) Judy Katz/Oren Rudavsky Fund (1996) Glenn and Kim Kaufman Fund (2004) Robert M. Kaufman Fund (1988) Robert M. Kaufman Fund No. 2 (2002) Sheila Kelley Kaufman Fund (2009) Marion Esser Kaufmann Fund (1985) Walter and Selma Kaye Fund (1994) Kearney Family Fund (2012) Allan and Margaret Keene Charitable Fund (2013) Adrian and Alieda Keevil Fund (2004) Robert Prior Kehoe Fund (1974) Richard Keim Family Fund (1983) William Wilson Kelchner Memorial Fund (1972) Jane and Donald Seymour Kelley Fund (1997) Peter L. Kellner Fund (1986) Kelner Family Fund (1996) Carl and Doris Kempner Fund (1996) Michael C. Kempner Fund (1997) Kenary Fund (2004) Kenilworth Fund (1970) Kenner-Smith Family Fund (2007) Gilbert and Rebecca Kerlin Fund (2005) Jonathan O. Kerlin Fund (2005) Kerlin Tucker Donor-Advised Fund (2012) Kern Family Fund (2011) Dr. Leo Kesner Fund for the Advancement of Science (2012) Ellen Kheel & Arnold S. Jacobs Fund (1998) Chloe E. Kimball Foundation Fund (2012) Eliza V. Kimball Foundation Fund (2012) John H. Kimball Foundation Fund (2012) King Family Fund (2000) Joseph M. Kirchheimer Fund (1989)
John H. Kirst Memorial Fund (1999) Kismet Fund (2005) Susan B. & Donald M. Kitchen Fund (1989) Jane W. Kitselman Fund (2015) Casey Kizziah Fund (1994) Edward and Edith H. Klauber Fund (2013) Edith and Jules Klein Fund (2012) John C. Klein Trust (1981) *Allen Kleinman Fund for Arts & Education (2016) Morris Kligman Memorial Fund (2000) Alan and Kathryn Klingenstein Family Foundation Fund (2013) Knopp Family Fund (2012) Jane & Richard Koch Fund (1987) KOKORO Fund (2004) Kona Family Fund (2014) Korda Fund (1990) William A. Koshland Fund (1987) John C. Koster Fund (2003) Ellen Kozak Fund (2011) Patricia Berry Kozak Fund (2004) Kozukai Fund (2003) Henry Phillip Kraft Family Memorial Fund (1996) Kramer and Hallstein Charitable Fund (2012) Elaine & Alison Kranich Fund (2011) Sydney and Marjory Krause Fund A (2004) Sydney and Marjory Krause Fund B (2012) Sydney and Marjory Krause Fund C (2012) Michael and Patricia Kraynak Fund (1986) Eileen S. Krill Fund (2012) Susan J. Kropf Fund (2002) Mark Krueger Charitable Fund (2004) Bernie & Lydia Kukoff Fund (2005) Wheaton B. Kunhardt Fund (1949)
Lachance Family Charitable Fund (2012) Benjamin V. and Linda L. Lambert Fund (1996) Lampe Family Fund (2005) Lamport Foundation Fund (1975) Landlocked Fund (1986) Lands-Cabrera Fund (2014) Allan Browning Lane Memorial Funds (1980) Lang Fund (1982) Daniel Lang Memorial Fund (1998) Langner Family Fund (2000) Judith and Jean Lanier Fund (1986) Lanning Family Fund (2014) Rose Kean Lansbury Fund (2000) Rhona and Philip Lanzkowsky Fund (2014) May Seton Bayley Large Memorial (1928) William S. and Stanley S. Lasdon Fund (1984) David Lawrence Fund (2000) Blanche E. Lawton Fund (2009) Charles Henry Leach II Fund (2013) Ledges Fund (1996) Lee Family Chinese Immigrant Education Fund (2001) Leede Family Fund (1996) Jeffrey R. and Joan Leeds Fund (2005) Howard Z. Leffel Fund (1970) Lefrak Fund (1999) Lehman Brothers T. Christopher Pettit Memorial Scholarship Fund (2008) Mark E. Lehman Fund (2008) Karl H. and Jewel I. Lehmann Fund (2010) Delia and Artemio León Fund (1997) Anne Leonhardt Fund for the Needy (2015) Frederick H. Leonhardt Fund (1979) Leonia High School Class of 1979 Entrepreneurship Scholarship Fund (2001) Reba Q. Lerch Fund (1971) Ursula Lerse Fund (2010) Le Veque Memorial Foundation (1948) Betty & John A. Levin Fund (1998) David P. and Peggy Levin Fund (1995) Dustin Levine Fund (2000) Ellen Levine Fund for Writers (2007) Robert & Patricia Levinson Fund (1985)
FUNDS IN 2016 *Robert A. & Patricia S. Levinson Award Fund (2016) Jacob Levy Fund (1990) Hunter Lewis Fund (2012) Wadsworth Russell Lewis Trust Fund (1989) *Liberty Fund (2016) Lichstein Family Fund (1992) Lichtenstein-Miller Fund (1994) Barbara and Richard Lieberman Fund (1979) Claire Lieberwitz and Arthur Grayzel Theatre Fund (2015) Robert and Janet Liebowitz Fund (2013) Dawn Lille Dance Award Fund (1994) *Limberlost Fund (2016) Ken Lin Fund (2002) Robert and Maria Lin Fund (1992) Linden Memorial Fund (1994) Adolf G. and Eloise Linden Scholarship Fund (1995) Alexander and Ella Lindey Fund (1991) Lindgren Family Fund (1999) George N. and Mary D. Lindsay Fund (1996) David F. and Dorothy W. Linowes Philanthropic Fund (2015) Linwood Fund (1983) Lion and Hare Fund (1970) Lissner Charitable Fund (2011) Literacy in Early Childhood Fund (2000) Edward H. Little Memorial Trust (1982) Royal Little Fund (1992) Nancy Liu Memorial Fund (1995) Livingston Fund (1995) LJTJ Fund (2012) John L. and Frances L. Loeb Fund (2011) Loewenberg Family Philanthropic Fund (1983) Wilhelm Loewenstein Memorial Fund (1940) Michael Lomax Memorial Fund (2001) Peter C. Lombardo MD Fund (2012) Peter Lomonte Fund (2009) Jane P. Long Fund (1991) Longview Fund (1990) Lookout Foundation Fund (2010) Elizabeth Meyer Lorentz Fund (2002) Thomas H. Loughman Memorial Scholarship Fund (1978) Ellee J. Lovelace Fund (1970) Ruth Norden Lowe and Warner L. Lowe Memorial Fund (1990) Lowenstein Fund (2002) Lowenthal Family Fund (2012) Patrocinia Lu Charitable Fund (2012) Rena M. Lucardi Fund (1997) Melvin Ludwig Memorial Fund (1993) Edna Wells Luetz/Frederick Riedel Fund (2009) Edna Wells Luetz/Frederick Riedel Fund No. 2 (2012) Judge J. Edward Lumbard U.S. Attorneys Fellowship Fund (1977) LW Fund (2012) Lynford Family Fund (1988) Amelia and George Lyons Memorial Fund (1994)
M & N Fund (2000) Clara L. Macbeth Funds (1977) Nancy G. and C. Richard MacGrath Fund (1996) Ralph and Susan Mack Charitable Fund (2008) Afifie & Richard Macksoud Foundation (1975) Lloyd F. MacMahon Fellowship Fund (1989) John D. Macomber Fund (1999) Edith Carpenter Macy Memorial Fund (1926) Susan Madden Fund (2015) Wilson H. Madden, Jr. Fund (1993) Brian and Florence Mahony Fund (1997) Major Fund (1971) Maldonado Fund (2007) Thomas G. Malone Donor Advised Fund (2009) Terry and Arielle Maltese Fund (1998) Manheim Fund (2011) Mann-Wheeler Fund (2012)
Anthony Mannucci Fund (2014) Mark Mannucci Fund (2014) *David L. Marcus and Susannah Ludwig Fund (2016) Jan W. Mares Fund (1978) Mark Family Fund (1986) Alison Billie Marks Fund (1993) Alison Billie Marks Fund No. 2 (2012) Dora, Edythe K. & Sylvia Marks Family Fund (1999) Dorothy Marks Fund (1997) Lory and Carol Marlantes Family Charitable Fund (2005) Marlin-van Stockum Fund (1995) Alfred J. Marrow Fund (1974) Erika and Peter Marsh Charitable Fund (2012) Patricia T. Marshall Fund (1998) Donald and Amanda Martocchio Fund (2008) Vincent James Mastronardi/Thomas J. Fahey Memorial Fund (1993) Mathews Fund (2012) MacDonald Mathey Fund (2001) Mathys Fund (2000) *Joan and Robert Matloff Fund (2016) Michael & Paula Maturo Family Fund (2009) Joyce Matz Fund (2006) Edward Maverick Fund (1963) Maxwell Family Fund (1991) Claudia Kress Mayberry Fund (2000) Jessica Kress Mayberry Fund (2000) Paul M. Mazur Fund (1945) McAfee Foundation Fund (2003) Sarah S. McAlpin Fund (1996) Townsend Martin McAlpin Fund (1983) Blanche and Edwin D. McArthur Fund (1999) McCaffrey Family Fund (1985) McClendon Fund (1999) Cyrus McCormick and Florence S. McCormick Memorial Fund (1995) Colonel and Mrs. Henry Bayard McCoy Memorial Fund (1957) Ruth McCreary Funds No. 1 & 2 (2001) Alonzo L. McDonald Family Fund (1983) Donald Wesley McDougall Memorial Fund (1991) John Todd McDowell Environmental Fund (2004) Michael R. McGarvey Fund (2001) Richard E. “Rusty” McGivney Memorial Fund (1999) John F. and Jean C. McIlwain Fund (1995) Mark McInerney Fund (1986) Victor and Dorothy McIntosh Fund (2013) Dave McKennan Memorial Fund (2003) Isabel C. McKenzie Fund (1952) Kate McLeod and Jerry Flint Fund (2013) Janet H. McPherson Memorial Funds for Children (1984) McWhelan Fund (2011) Emily McIntyre Means Fund (1995) Louis K. & Susan P. Meisel Family Fund (2015) Melzer Fund (1994) Toni Mendez Fund (2003) Friedrike Merck Fund (2002) George W. Merck Fund (1987) John Merck Fund (1981) Helen Merrill Fund (1998) Marjorie Merryman Fund (2012) Ralph D. Mershon Fund (1953) LuEsther T. Mertz Advised Fund (1995) LuEsther T. Mertz Fund (1995) Charles Merz and Evelyn Scott Merz Memorial Funds No. 1 & 2 (1984) Merz Supplemental Fund (1986) Albion and Natalie Metcalf Fund (2010) Meyer Family Fund (2008) Helen F. and Alfred S. Meyer Fund (2008) Michaels Fund (1979) Jeanne Michaud Gift (1964) Middle Road Fund (1983) Midnight Mission Fund (1974) Midtown Fund (1997) Gregory Millard Memorial Fund (1985)
Earl Miller Fund (2006) Minikes Family Foundation Fund (2008) M.J.H. Fund (1964) MLW Advised Fund (1998) Mobility Rehabilitation Fund (1964) Leo Model Fund (1988) Robert and Moira Moderelli Fund (2008) Moles Scholarship Fund (1996) Molly & Carl Fund (2000) Moore Family Fund (1994) AF Moore Fund (2010) Anne L. Moore Fund (2010) Anne Moore and Arnold Lisio Fund (2008) Barbara F. and Richard W. Moore Fund (1997) Deborah W. and Timothy P. Moore Fund (2007) Elisabeth Moore Fund (2010) Meredith C. Moore and Abhijit Gurjal Fund (2010) Shirley I. Moore Fund (2002) Terence W. Moore Memorial Fund (2004) Zachary Moore Fund (2010) Moosehead Fund (1996) Arthur G. Moraes Memorial Fund (1999) Morgan-Baker Fund (2014) Marie Morgello Book Fund (1993) Jenny Morgenthau and Eugene R. Anderson Fund (1992) Morningside Retirement and Health Services, Inc. Fund (1993) Alice V. & Dave H. Morris Memorial (1958) Jennifer Emily Morris Memorial Fund (1985) Lawrence Morris Charitable Trust (1992) Robert C. Morris & Aline B. Morris Fund (1939) Ray Mortenson - Jean Wardle Fund (1996) George T. Mortimer Foundation (1970) Morvillo Abramowitz Grand Iason & Anello, P.C. (2006) Moses Fund (1992) Henry and Lucy Moses Fund (2011) Hanna and Jeffrey Moskin Family Fund (1997) Sam & Fanny Moskowitz Fund (1986) James Mossman Fund (2000) Daniel Motulsky and Caitlin Pincus Fund (2006) Mount of Olives Fund (1989) Frieda Mueller Fund (1981) Suzanne C. and Carl M. Mueller Charitable Fund (1999) Joanna Mufson Memorial Trust Fund (1983) Mulber Fund (1947) Stephen Mulderry Memorial Fund (2001) T.F. Mulvoy Charitable Fund (2012) Alexandra Munroe Fund (2002) Munson Foundation (1978) Marjorie Oatman Munson Memorial Fund (1980) Murphy Prospect Fund (2014) Thomas W. and Florence T. Murphy Fund (1984) Thomas W. Murphy, Jr. Fund (2011) Virginia Murphy Memorial Scholarship Fund (1954) William and Janice Murphy Charitable Fund (2012) Musical Arts Fund (1939)
Joseph Nacmias Fund (2011) Nager-Wentworth Fund (1993) Anni P. Nalbandian Memorial Scholarship Fund (1997) Nana & Annie’s Fund (1999) Naskeag Fund (2012) Murray L. and Belle C. Nathan Fund (1996) Nathoo Family Fund (2014) Walter W. Naumburg Memorial No.1 (1960) Walter W. Naumburg Memorial No. 2 (1960) Navesink River Group Fund (2002) Gabe and Beth Nechamkin Fund (1997) Richard H. Needham Fund (1995) Nancy F. & Daniel A. Neff Charitable Fund (2011) Ilse Nelson Fund (1986) Ness Fund (1972) Neuberger Berman Fund (1980) Daniel Neubourg Fund (1999) Nicole and Mark Neuhaus Fund (2000) New York City Cultural Agenda Fund (2014)
New York Critical Needs Funds (1975) New York Keller Family Fund (2004) New York Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (1983) Annalee Newman Fund (1998) Nancy A. Newman Fund (2012) Reverend and Mrs. R. Heber Newton Fund (2006) Hally and James Nicol Fund (1998) Herbert Nidenberg Scholarship Fund (1993) Nimble Waiter Fund (2004) Nish Family Fund (2008) Nollmann Fund (2004) Olivia Schieffelin Nordberg Fund (1996) Northcliff Philanthropic Fund (1979) Northwest Harbor Fund (2007) Adelaide Walker Nugent Fund (1974) NYC Workforce Development Fund (2001) NYCN Fund (2010)
Lindsay and Terry O’Brien Fund (2002) Sheila J. O’Connell Advised Fund (1999) Sheila J. O’Connell Fund (2007) A.P.J. O’Connor Fund (1996) Robert K. and Jean O’Connor Fund (1979) Thomas and Maureen O’Connor Fund (2012) William B. O’Connor Fund (1996) Elizabeth and Brian O’Kelley Charitable Fund (2012) Charles R. O’Malley Fund (2009) Oak & Acorn Fund (2000) Oasis Fund (1984) Octagon Fund (1978) Mary P. Oenslager Foundation Fund (1996) Abraham Oestreicher Fund (1972) Mary F. Ogorzaly Fund (2014) Bilge Ogut-Cumbusyan Achievement Fund (2012) Florence C. Oliveira Memorial (1969) Olmezer Family Fund (1998) Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School Fund (1997) Open Door Fund (1996) Oppenheim Family Fund (2000) Martin and Suzi Oppenheimer Philanthropic Fund (1998) Origo-Levy Animal Care Fund (1993) Origo-Levy Child Welfare Fund (1993) Susan Orkin Fund (2005) Maxwell Orloff Fund (1998) Linda W. Osanik Fund (2010) Donald R. Osborn Fund (1986) Courtlandt Otis Fund (1973) Jeanne Marie Otter Scholarship Fund (1989) Overbrook Family Advised Fund 1-3 (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund/Arthur G. Altschul, Jr. (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Charles Altschul (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Serena Altschul (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Stephen F. Altschul (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Carolyn J. Cole (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund, EAM (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Elizabeth Graham (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Julie Graham (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Kathryn G. Graham (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Kristin Graham (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Michael C. Graham (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund of Robert C. Graham, Jr. (2012) Overbrook Family Advised Fund/Uroboros Fund (2012) Overlook Fund (1971) Owen Fund (1986)
Bishop Robert L. Paddock Fund (2010) F. LeMoyne Page Memorial Fund (1977) Mary LeMoyne Page & Romaine LeMoyne Billings Memorial Fund (1980) Manfred Pakas Scholarship Fund (1981) Pamina Fund (2014) Heidi Paoli Fund (1987) Katharine A. Park Funds for the Elderly (1982) William Hallock Park Research Fund (1976) Parkinson Fund (1995) Lorenzo and Isabelle Parsons Scholarship Fund (1998) Mary Sherman Parsons Fund (2005) Elise and Stephen Partridge Fund (2015) Patricof Family Foundation Fund (1979) Robert P. Patterson Memorial (1952) Oliver H. and Lola G. Payne Fund (1994) *Stewart J. Pearce Memorial Fund (2016) Barbara and Morris B. Pearl Fund (2012) Pedowitz Family Fund (1999) Peltier Family Fund (2010) Peltier Fund (2009) Pennies from Heaven Fund (2001) Penobscot Fund (1993) Peppercorn Fund (2015) Donald and Miriam Marya Perkins Charitable Fund (1989) Dorothy Perlow Fund (1996) Jacob Perlow Memorial Fund (1983) Irene Peron Fund (2000) CB Perrette Fund (1999) Virginia and Jean R. Perrette Fund (1997) Richard L. Perry Memorial (1935) Leonard L. Perskie Memorial Fund (1980) Petersmeyer Family Fund (1973) Susan Petersmeyer Fund (2009) Alexander W. Peterson Foundation Fund (2012) Alexandra B. Peterson Foundation Fund (2012) Drew Peterson Foundation Fund (2012) Michael B. Peterson Foundation Fund (2012) Peter Cary Peterson Foundation Fund (2012) Peter G. Peterson Fund (1977) Peter G. Peterson and Joan Ganz Cooney Fund (1980) Steven C. Peterson Foundation Fund (2012) Seymour & Beverly Peyser Fund (1986) Stowe and Charlton Phelps Charitable Fund (2014) Phil Fund (2001) Hal Philipps Fund (2012) Kenneth A. and Helen Clark Phillips Fund (1972) Charles M. Phinny Fund (1987) James and Elizabeth Pickman Fund (2015) John P. Picone Charitable Foundation Fund (2004) Picower Fund (2011) Pilkington Family Fund (1996) Donaldson C. Pillsbury Fund (2009) Marnie S. Pillsbury Fund (2006) Pilot House Fund (1985) Pine Cone Fund (2000) Pine Tassel Fund (2014) Pine Tree Fund (2013) Pinkerton Trust (1979) Marietta C. Pino Memorial Fund (1982) Emanuel and Nora Piore Fund (2002) Emanuel and Nora Piore Memorial Fund (2002) John Polachek Fund (1958) Samuel S. & Anne H. Polk Charitable Fund (2000) Sam and Anne Polk Family Fund (2006) Maxwell A. Pollack Fund (1986) Leo L. Pollak Memorial Fund (1984) Helene Pomerantz Memorial Fund (1991) Robert and Ellen Popper Scholarship Fund (2010) Amy and Martin Post Fund (2011) Michele Potlow Fund (2010) Katharine Sloan Pratt Fund (2002) Robert & Barbara Preiskel Memorial Fund (2002) Sidney S. Prince Trust (1964) Margaret Fenton, Samuel and Thomas Pringle Memorial (1957)
Robert and Ilse Prosnitz Fund (1999) Publishing Triangle New Voices Fund (2015) Publishing Triangle Literary Fund (2004) Valerie & Michael A. Puglisi Fund (2003) Pyewacket Fund (1997)
Q Fund (1996) Alan Grant Quasha Fund (2011) Diana Ronan Quasha Fund (1995) Queens College Speech and Hearing Center Fund (1999) Alan G. Quitko Fund (1997)
R & J Fund (2012) Rabinowitz Family Fund (2012) Racek-Dowicz Fund (2013) Radin Family Fund (2005) R.A. Radley Fund (1994) Ragin Family Fund (2002) Rahm Family Fund (2015) Raiziss/de Palchi Translation Award Fund (1994) Neera & Deepak Raj Fund (2012) Calvin Ramsey Scholarship Fund (2003) Addison C. Rand Fund (1940) Lynne S. Randall Charitable Fund (2009) Ralph J. Rangel Fund (1989) Rankin-Smith Fund (1985) Rawson Family Fund (2010) RDG Zabel Fund (2011) Reach Fund (2007) Jeanne and Norman Reader Better English Award Fund (1997) Susan Cohen Rebell Fund (1998) Red Dog Hill 2010 Fund (2010) Redstone Fund (1997) Philip D. Reed Fund (1996) Thomas D. and Natalie B. Rees Family Fund (1996) Helen Rehr Fund (2011) Joseph E. Reich Fund (1986) Henry H. Reichhold Scholarship Fund (1968) Reid Family Charitable Fund (2012) Cordelia and David Reimers Fund (2002) Rudyard & Emanuella Reimss Memorial Fund (2001) Reingold Family Fund (2000) Jerilyn Hayes Reiter Memorial Scholarship Fund (2001) Remaley deBary Charitable Trust Fund (2012) Rembrandt Fund (1977) Eugene H. and Patricia C. Remmer Fund (1986) Remo Fund (2009) Karl F. Reuling Fund (1993) Louis and Mary Reusché Fund (2012) Reynwood Fund (1986) R. Rheinstein Fund (1999) Audrey Rheinstrom and Anne Blevins Fund (2003) Rhodebeck Central Park Conservancy Fund (1999) Rhodebeck Fund for St. George’s Society of New York (2001) Rhodebeck Fund for the Elderly (1989) Rhodebeck Fund for the Homeless (1989) Rhodebeck Prospect Park Fund (2005) Richard and Mildred T. Rhodebeck Fund (2012) Grantland Rice Fellowship Fund (1951) *C Richards Fund (2016) Marion & George Riley Fund (1968) Rinaker Family Fund (1983) Henry P. Riordan Fund (1990) James and Gloria Riordan Fund (1983) Rippe Family Fund (2001) Virginia S. Risley Family Fund (1995) Virginia S. Risley Fund (2004) Rita Fund (2008) RME Fund (2007) RMT Family Fund (2012) Emilie D. Robb Fund (1938) Patricia and Yves Robert Fund (1998) Roberts Family Fund (1999) Robinson-Morrill Fund (1992)
FUNDS IN 2016 Barbara Paul Robinson & Charles Raskob Robinson Fund (1996) Marguerite P. Roché Fund (1972) Laura Spelman Rockefeller Memorial Fund (1928) Mary French Rockefeller Fund (1997) Rogers Family Fund (1995) Sarah and Harry Rogers Fund (1994) Dr. Joseph Richard Rongetti Scholarship Fund (1996) Hugh and Katherine Roome Charitable Fund (2012) Curtis Roosevelt Fund (1989) Jonathan F.P. Rose and Diana Calthorpe Rose Fund (1996) Richard Rose Fund (1981) Rose/Margulies Fund (1997) Jack and Mae Rosenberg Fund (1997) Rosenbloom Family Fund (2011) Rosenfeld Family Fund (1986) June S. Rosenfeld Memorial Fund (1989) Susan Rosenfeld Fund (1998) Allen Rosenshine Minority Education and Training Fund (2000) John P. Rosenthal Fund (1973) Rosenthal-Schneier Fund (2009) Ida Ross Memorial Fund (1986) Lila & Arnold S. Ross Charitable Fund (2000) Clara Lewisohn Rossin Trust (1949) Robert and Amy Rothman Family Fund (2007) Edmond de Rothschild Fund (2000) Lynn Forester de Rothschild Fund (2002) Roxbury Fund (1997) RSVP — For the Children Fund (2006) Paul and Pam Rubin Family Fund (2012) Lisa Cordell Rubin Fund (1995) Robert E. and Judith O. Rubin Fund (2014) Samuel N. and Charlotte Rubin Fund (1996) Frederic A. and Susan A. Rubinstein Fund (1986) Helena Rubinstein Fund (2011) Harry J. Rudick Fund (1988) Rue de Reves Fund (1987) G & M Rufrano Fund (2007) William and Candace Ruland Fund (2013) Thomas Ruotolo Scholarship Fund (1985) William D. Russell Fund (1971) Guy G. Rutherfurd Fund (2011) Rx Foundation Fund (2006) Rye Scholarship Fund (1977)
Myrten G. and Lillian V. Saake Memorial Fund (1994) Daniel Saccomanno Fund (1996) Bonnie and Peter Sacerdote Family Fund (1975) Samuel Sacks Funds (1975) Safer-Fearer Fund (1998) Nola Safro Fund (2011) Dr. Abraham and Shirley Saifer Fund (1992) David G. Salten Fund (2007) Nathan and Nancy Sambul Fund (1997) Flossie Samuels Fund (2015) Stacey Sanders Fund (2001) Sarah A. Sanford Fund (1949) Linda U. Sanger Charitable Fund (1999) Louis and Carolyn Sapir Family Fund (1998) Matthew P. Sapolin Fund (2011) Sare-Krevolin Fund (2012) Michael Sasse Charitable Fund (2001) James & Sarah Scanlon Fund (2003) Brigitte Holmen Schattenfield Family Fund (2002) Dossie Schattman Fund (2007) Marielle J. Scheff Fund (2002) Robert and Mae Scheff Fund (2007) Schein Family Memorial Fund (1987) Henry Schein Inc., Company Fund (2003) Ruth and James Scheuer Fund (2010) Jacob H. Schiff Memorial (1924) Jacqueline Schiller Fund (1998) David L. Schlapbach Charitable Fund (2012)
Max G. Schlapp Mental Hygiene Fund (1979) Schlegel Family Fund (2005) Shain Schley Fund (1999) Grace and Edith Schneider Memorial Fund (1949) Schneiderman Family Fund (1994) Estella J. Schoen Charitable Fund (2012) Anna E. Schoen-René Fund (1942) Frederick K. Schoff and Maureen A. Mackey Charitable Gift Fund (2009) Scholarships For Kids Fund (1993) Elizabeth Schulte Fund (2013) John W. Schulz Memorial Fund (2000) Robert and Heidi Schwartz Family Fund (2008) Stephen A. Schwarzman Fund (1999) Robert J. Schweich Fund (1981) Alfred H. Schwendtner Fund (1996) Sandra Scime Charitable Fund (2012) Gail Aidinoff Scovell and Edward P. Scovell Fund (1986) Sea Cliff Fund (1986) Seal Point Foundation (1966) Sealion Charitable Fund (1998) Selby/Vail Fund (2001) Selig Family Fund (2012) Mamie Seller Memorial Fund (1978) Jerome and Joan Serchuck Fund (1971) Serena Foundation Fund (2010) Alfred M. Serex Fund (1999) Severinghaus Fund (2011) J. Walter and Helen C. Severinghaus Fund (1988) William H. Seward, Jr. Fund (1962) Sewell Fund (2007) Shah-Domenicali Family Fund (2005) Harris Shapiro Fund (1996) Sharp Fund PLD (2014) Shaw Foundation Fund (1964) Sheinberg Family Fund (1996) Serena Fairchild Sheldon Fund (2009) Lola J. Sherman Fund (1937) Fannie Sherr Fund (2006) Shiffman Family Fund (2012) Shoemaker Family Fund (2014) *Shomstein Family Fund (2016) Jack and Dorothy Shulman Memorial Fund (1984) Shyer Vision Fund (2015) Anne P. Sidamon-Eristoff Fund (2007) Catherine and Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff Family Fund (2003) Elizabeth Sidamon-Eristoff Fund (2003) Nancy Sidamon-Eristoff Fund (2014) Simon Sidamon-Eristoff Fund (2003) Siebert Family Fund (2001) Jayne M. Silberman Fund (1986) Lois and Samuel Silberman Grant Fund (1992) Ruth and Marvin Silberman Memorial Fund (1967) Al and Rosa Silverman Fund (1994) Alan Silverman Charitable Fund (2004) Lynn Silverman Family Fund (2006) Marty and Dorothy Silverman Fund (2001) Silverstein Family Fund (2007) Arlene B. Simon Fund (1986) Robert M. Sims/Robert L. Albright Fund (2009) Cecile Singer Fund (2000) Sinha Family Fund (2008) Stephen Sirkin Memorial Fund (1984) Skilen Fund (1996) Skipjack Fund (2006) Randy Slifka Philanthropic Fund (2006) Adele Slutsky Memorial Fund (2015) Deborah A. Smith Fund (1986) Bowen & Janet Smith Family Fund (2012) Jacqueline and Albert Smith Fund (1993) Richard L. Snyder Fund (1991) Laura Solinger Fund (1993) L. & S. Soll Fund (1998) David & Nancy Solomon Fund (2000) Hannah Fox Solomon Fund (2002) John D. Solomon Fund for Public Service (2010)
Abe, Lena and Irin Soskis Memorial Funds (1984) Fernando Soto, Jr. Fund (2000) Alireza Soudavar Fund (1986) Mammadi Soudavar Memorial Fellowship Fund (1982) Patricia and Michael Sovern Fund (2003) Rose M. Soybel Rose Garden Fund (1997) Carol and Charles Spaeth Memorial Fund (1986) Spanky Tomato Fund (2012) Special Fund No. 11 (1968) Special Fund No. 14 (1950) Special Fund No. 20 (1962) Tivy Spence Achievement Fund (1999) Arthur L. Spencer Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002) Sperry Van Ness/Joe French Endowment Fund (2004) Marion R. Spinnler Education Fund (1970) Spurlino Family Fund (2006) Squadron A Fund (1983) Nicholas Warren Squires Family Fund (1991) St. Christopher’s School Fund (1974) Stack Family Fund (1994) Stadler Fund (1997) Ilma Stafford-Greene Fund (1977) Stankard Family Fund (2010) Stanley, Story, Crane Fund (2010) Alma Timolat Stanley Fund (1987) Staples Family Fund (2008) Stars and Stripes Fund (1988) Betty J. Stebman Fund (2003) Ellen and David Stein Fund (2009) Steinberg Charitable Fund (2012) Albert and Marie Steinert Fund (1991) Stemland Family Fund (1991) Stephens Bequest (1942) Sterling Fund (1985) Henry J. Stern & Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Fund (1982) Ettie Stettheimer Memorial Fund (1961) Gertrude Stewart Memorial Scholarship Fund (1971) Kate H. Stiassni Fund (1999) *Still Waters Fund (2016) Nancy J. Stockford Donor-Advised Fund (2012) Stonehome Fund (1956) Samantha Fairchild Storkerson Fund (2009) Edward K. Straus Fund (1951) Joan Fuld Strauss Charitable Fund (2011) Lise Strickler and Mark Gallogly Charitable Fund (2010) Stronach-Buschel Fund (1995) Carole Stupell Travel Award Program (2003) Subramanian Family Fund (2013) Sunlight Fund (2012) Billy Sunshine Memorial Scholarship Fund (1985) Surrogate’s Court Fund (1991) John and Mary Suydam Family Fund (2007) R. Swayze Gay and Lesbian Youth Fund (1996) John and Devereux Swing Philanthropy Fund (1998) Dorothea H. Swope Fund (2015)
Hazaros Tabakoglu Scholarship Fund (1994) Robert A. Taft Institute of Government Trust (1969) Peter Talbert Charity Fund (1999) W. Pike Talbert Charitable Fund (1986) Nancy and Jay Talbot Fund (2009) James Talcott Fund (1974) Helen S. Tanenbaum Award Fund (2004) Helen S. Tanenbaum Fund (1954) Nicki & Harold Tanner Fund (2001) Rachel Tanur Memorial Fund (2002) Tate Family Fund (2012) Dave Taylor Memorial Fund (1995) William J. Taylor Fund (1939) TechnoServe Fund (1993) B. and U. Tenny Fund (2009) Buzz Tenny Fund (2011)
William Clark Terry Scholarship Fund (1983) Thackeray Fund (2005) Third Millennium Fund (1973) Thomas COPD Fund (1996) Thomas Fund (1995) Marvin and Doris Thomas Fund (1996) Thomas Street Fund (2014) Grandchildren of Fred & Florence Thomases Fund (1999) Suzanne Thompson Fund (2007) Judith Dana Thorne Fund (1990) Nathan C. and Margaret Y. Thorne Fund (2012) Nathan & Nicholas Thorne Fund (2012) Olaf J. and Margaret L. Thorp Fund (1987) 316th Association Memorial Funds No. 1 & 2 (1994) 316th Infantry Monument Fund (1969) Three Ninety Fund (1972) Jane M. Timken Charitable Fund (1987) Tobacco Pink Fund (1977) Carol H. Tolan Fund (1997) Nathaniel and Sarah Tooker Fund (1972) Susan M. Topiel Memorial Fund (2014) Tor Family Fund (1999) Arnold and Caren Toren Fund (2004) Town Hill School Fund (1993) Tozer Family Fund (1987) Janet Traeger Salz Charitable Fund (2015) Traer Fund (1976) Traub-Dicker Rainbow Fund (2010) Charles Welford Travis Trust (1981) Trevor Fund (1986) Harry D. Triantafillu Fund (1986) Harry D. Triantafillu Fund No. 2 (2001) Trinity Chapel Home Fund (1960) Tripod Fund (1979) Jean L. & Raymond S. Troubh Family Fund (1998) John B. & Louisa S. Troubh Fund (1993) Jimmy Cheong Hang Tsang Fund (2013) Ruth Hung-Fang Tung Memorial Fund (2011) Turner Fund (1999) Christopher Turner & Tracy Turner Charitable Fund (2012) Paul N. Turner Bequest (1960) Charles P. Twichell Fund (1995) 2005 Charitable Trust Fund (2005) 2007 Charitable Trust Fund (2007)
Beth M. Uffner Arts Fund (1998) Umbrella Fund (2009) Don & Patricia Underwood Fund (2012) Marjorie & Clarence E. Unterberg Foundation, Inc. Fund (2012) *Nina Untermyer Fund (2016) Up-town Fund (2008)
Vacolo Fund (2000) Gilad Vaday Fund (2000) Anne van Biema Fund (1996) van Hengel Family Fund (1980) Edward and Sally Van Lier Fund (1988) Lottie Grace Vanderveer Funds No. 1 & 2 (2003) Nancy Veith Fund (2003) Rudolf and Anna Marie Vetter Memorial Fund (1977) R.G. Viault Family Fund (1999) Viburnum Trilobum Fund (2003) Victory Fund (2010) John L. Vigorita, M.D. Memorial Fund (1991) Vinmont Fund (2006) Vo Van Jacques and Thai Thi Tam Memorial Fund (2004) David & Johanna Voell Family Fund (2001) Gregory & Elyzabeth Voell Family Fund (2001) Jeffrey and Stephanie Voell Family Fund (2001) Richard & Virginia Voell Family Fund (1986) Vogel Family Charitable Fund (2006)
Hans A. Vogelstein Memorial Scholarship Fund (1982) Mrs. Claus von Bulow Fund (1971) Enders M. Voorhees Fund (1973)
Marian Marcus Wahl Memorial Fund (1985) Wainwright Fund (2012) Christina Walker Fund (2003) Bayard Walker, Jr. Charitable Fund (2003) Walker-Pratt Family Fund (2003) J. Miller Walker Fund (2005) DeWitt Wallace Fund for Youth (1982) (2008) Frederick J. and Theresa Dow Wallace Fund (1977) Lila Acheson Wallace Fund for the Arts (1984) Wallace Special Projects Fund (1991) Theresa Dow Wallace Scholarship Fund (1975) Waller-Davidson Fund (1980) John J. Walsh Fund (2012) Anthony W. and Lulu C. Wang Fund (1996) N.T. and Mabel Wang Charitable Fund (2004) Moritz and Charlotte Warburg Memorial (1925) Elizabeth and Andrew Ward Charitable Fund (2012) David and Mary Warfield Funds (1973) David Warfield Funds (1951) Mary Warfield Fund (1971) Bradford A. and Nancy H. Warner Fund (1985) Warwick Charitable Fund (2013) Watcha Fund (1988) Wattles Family Charitable Trust Fund (1981) Alice W. Wattles Fund (1974) James Howard Wattles Fund (1947) *Albert J. Weatherhead III Foundation Fund (2016) Damon Weber Fund (2005) Weber Family Fund (2002) Weigel Family Fund (1999) Weil Bauchner Family Fund (2014) Alex E. Weinberg Fund (2007) Seymour and Kathleen Weingarten Fund (2005) Edna and Frederick Weingarten Fund (1984) *Martin Weinstein and Teresa Liszka Fund (2016) Seymour & Rose Weinstock Fund (1999) Weintz Family Foundation (1980) Weintz Family Fund (1995) Mabel W. Weir Trust (1978) Rebecca & Nathan Weiss Fund (1997) Nathan H. Weiss Memorial Fund (1999) *Cyrus and Carolyn Weiss Fund (2016) WellMet Group Fund (1999) William E. Welsh Jr. Family Fund (1978) West End Road Fund (1988) Herbert B. West Fund (1989) Florence and Elliot Westin Fund (2010) Wheeler Fund (1992) Betty Wheeler Fund (1991) Where There’s A Will Fund (2012) Letitia M. Whipp Memorial Fund (1972) Bill Whitehead Award Fund (1993) Whitman-Salkin Meyer Fund (2015) Edward B. Whitney Fund (1986) Frederic J. Whiton Fund (1960)= Barbara E. Wiedemann Fund (2015) *Gertrude and Edward Wiener Charitable Foundation Fund (2016) Mary L. Wiener/Sanford M. Cohen Fund (1986) Carleton Wiggins and Donald Bain Trust (1982) Donna Bain Wiggins Trust (1982) Robert O. Wilder Fund (1989) Mason Wiley Memorial Fund (1995) Cynthia & Alan Wilkinson Fund (2003) Henry K. S. Williams Trust No. 1 (1944) Henry K. S. Williams Trust No. 2 (1944) Mildred Anna Williams Fund (1940) Oscar Williams and Gene Derwood Fund (1971) Robert I. & Lucille B. Williams Fund (1996) Sarah Williams & Andrew Kimball Fund (1999)
Bruce R. Williamson Fund (1998) Douglas Williamson Fund (1997) Willkie Farr & Gallagher Fund (1984) Sam Wilner Fund (1997) John H. T. Wilson Fund (1988) William Ross Reid Wilson Memorial Fund (1991) Wilton-Risdon Fund (1994) Wiltwyck School Fund (1988) Wind Down Fund (1989) Windie Knowe Fund (2003) Windsor Fund (1977) Jay Winston Scholarship Fund (1997) John Winston Fund (1999) Winterer Fund (1986) Winthrop Family in America Fund for Groton Church (1982) John Winthrop Fund (1970) Margaret S. Winthrop Fund (1972) Leone Scott Wise Fund (1986) Witches’ Fund (1998) Witherspoon Fund (2012) Witkin Family Fund (1988) Kate and Richard Witkin Family Fund (1988) Joanne Witty and Eugene Keilin Fund (1986) C. Theodore Wolf & Francis X. Decolator II Fund (1996) Wolf Baumer Fund (2013) Wolfe/Inadomi Fund (2012) Women First Fund (2007) Jadin Wong Fund (2011) Wood Thrush Fund (2004) Joseph Woolfson Fund (2010) World Trade Center Hoboken Memorial Scholarship Fund (2002) World-Wide Fund (2002) World-Wide Holdings, Inc. Fund (2002) Clara Kennon Worley Fund (1973) Worth Fund (1992) Wray Family Fund (1986) Wrede Fund (2009) Bruce Wrobel Memorial Fund (2014) Seymour B. Wurzler Bequest (1963) Ursula Wybraniec Fund (2015)
J. Ernest Grant Yalden Memorial Fund (1956) Yamin Family Fund (1994) Yancey Family Fund (1986) Dr. Walter M. Yannett Memorial Fund (2011) Yaseen Lectures on the Fine Arts (1971) Millicent B. Yinkey Fund (2007) Samuel McC. and Lizora M. Yonce Fund (1986) H. R. Young and Betty G. Young Fund (1979) Nancy Young and Paul B. Ford, Jr. Fund (1986) Thomas and Elsie Young Fund (2000) Stephane Yulita Children’s Fund (1989) Stephane Yulita & Inge Kadon Fund (2000)
Judith and Stanley Zabar Fund (1993) Diane O. Zaccagnino Memorial Fund (2015) John & Catherine Zacharias Family Fund (2003) Eileen E. Zaglin Scholarship Fund (1993) Elliott Zagor Fund (2015) *Zakat Fund of NYC (2016) Zarin Family Fund (2009) Ziano Fund (2007) Joel Zimmerman Fund (1996) Zofnass/Ring Family Fund (1991) ZPM Fund (1986)
GRANTS IN 2016 These groups received more than $25,000 in 2016—including competitive grants recommended by our staff, and those suggested by advisors of individual funds. (Not shown: 4,199 grantees receiving $25,000 or less.) Groups are in New York State unless otherwise indicated.
A Better Balance: The Work and Family Legal Center, $130,000 Academy of American Poets, $28,375 Acadia Center (Maine), $112,000 Actors Fund of America, $66,900 Adelphi University, $111,000 Adirondack Foundation, $35,000 Adirondack Medical Center, $50,500 Adventure Unlimited (Colo.), $400,000 Advocates for Children of New York, $158,200 Afterschool Works New York, $125,000 Aging in New York Fund, $53,000 AIDS Community Research Initiative of America, $110,000 Albert Einstein College of Medicine, $32,700 Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, $95,500 Alfred State College Development Fund, $50,000 Alliance for Clean Energy New York, $200,000 Alliance for Climate Protection (D.C.), $56,000 Alliance to Protect Nantucket Sound (Mass.), $75,500 Alliance for Quality Education, $90,000 Alpha Workshops, $176,500 Amazon Conservation Team (Va.), $38,000 American Ballet Theatre, $281,180 American Civil Liberties Union Foundation, $143,860 American Farm School, $68,250 American Farmland Trust (D.C.), $35,000 American Federation for Aging Research, $35,000 American Foundation for AIDS Research, $33,500 American Foundation for the Paris School of Economics, $45,000 American Friends of the Hebrew University, $80,160 American Friends of the Monteverdi Choir (Del.), $350,000 American Friends of Georgia (Mass.), $50,000 American Friends Service Committee (Pa.), $27,500 American Friends of Tel Aviv University, $90,000 American Heart Association Founders Affiliate, $295,620 American Heart Association Westchester/ Putnam Region (Conn.), $25,440 American Hospital of Paris Foundation, $41,000 American Jewish Committee, $46,300 American Jewish Historical Society, $75,000 American Jewish World Service, $84,500 American Museum of Natural History, $175,590
American Nutrition Association (Ill.), $85,000 American Red Cross Greater New York Region, $170,700 American School of Classical Studies at Athens (N.J.), $35,000 American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, $41,250 American Sustainable Business Institute (D.C.), $100,000 American University (D.C.), $31,000 American University of Beirut, $40,000 American Visionary Arts Museum (Md.), $40,000 Amherst College (Mass.), $202,500 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Association, Greater N.Y. Chapter, $31,550 Andrus Center for Public Policy (Idaho), $100,000 Aneta Community Church (N.D.), $33,130 Animal Medical Center, $72,500 Animal Rescue New Orleans (La.), $30,000 Anti-Defamation League, $104,643 Appeal of Conscience Foundation, $50,000 Arab American Association of New York, $90,000 Archdiocese of New York, $1,100,750 ARI of Connecticut, $100,000 Louis Armstrong House Museum, $45,250 ArtsConnection, $28,850 Artspace (Minn.), $150,000 Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, $40,000 Asia Art Archive in America, $30,000 Asian American Writers’ Workshop, $75,500 Aspen Institute (D.C.), $50,000 Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development, $65,000 Atlas: DIY, $50,000 Auburn Theological Seminary, $34,900 Augusta University Foundation (Ga.), $101,360
B Lab Company, $50,000 Baldwin-Wallace College (Ohio), $50,000 Ballet Tech Foundation, $150,000 Banana Kelly Community Improvement Association, $410,000 Bangladeshi American Community Development and Youth Services, $39,000 Bank Street College of Education, $144,150 Bard College, $313,840 Barium Springs Home for Children (N.C.), $68,690 Barnard College, $154,500 Bernard M. Baruch College of CUNY, $468,500 Baruch College Fund, $209,670 Bay Street Theatre Festival, $60,750 Beam Center, $100,000 Vivian Beaumont Theater/Lincoln Center Theater, $28,750 Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, $155,000 Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation (Mass.), $106,741 Better Angels Society (Mass.), $100,000 Black Spectrum Theatre Company, $150,000 Blackfeet Nation (Mont.), $100,000
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Bloomingdale School of Music, $80,000 Don Bosco Preparatory High School (N.J.), $75,000 Boston Symphony Orchestra (Mass.), $54,250 Bowdoin College (Maine), $32,000 Boy Scouts of America, Greater New York Councils, $124,550 Boys and Girls Club of Pawtucket (R.I.), $50,000 Boys Town Jerusalem Foundation of America, $34,080 Brandworkers, $55,000 BRC, $213,075 Brearley School, $74,500 Breast Cancer Research Foundation, $115,750 BRIC Arts/Media/Bklyn, $136,250 Brick Presbyterian Church, $97,750 Bridge Fund of New York, $520,000 Bridge Fund of Westchester, $30,500 Bridgehampton Child Care and Recreational Center, $51,000 Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, $27,600 Bronx Academy of Arts and Dance, $70,000 Bronx Center for Science & Mathematics, $70,000 Bronx Museum of the Arts, $55,000 Bronx River Alliance, $35,000 Brookings Institution (D.C.), $147,500 Brooklyn Academy of Music, $56,770 Brooklyn Alliance, $120,000 Brooklyn Arts Council, $50,000 Brooklyn Botanic Garden Corporation, $39,300 Brooklyn Community Bail Fund, $97,000 Brooklyn Historical Society, $26,500 Brooklyn Law School, $37,000 Bronx Legal Services, $152,000 Brooklyn Movement Center, $70,000 Brooklyn Museum, $246,940 Brooklyn Public Library, $76,550 Brown University (R.I.), $2,739,785 Camille A. Brown & Dancers, $88,000 Brunswick School (Conn.), $301,300 Bryn Mawr College (Pa.), $26,000 Buckingham Browne & Nichols School (Mass.), $101,000 Buckley Country Day School, $30,250 Buckley School, $58,000 Bucknell University (Pa.), $65,500 Jacob Burns Film Center, $81,750
CAF America (Va.), $71,000 Calhoun School, $36,300 Callen-Lorde Community Health Center, $102,500 Calvary Evangelical Lutheran Church (Fla.), $54,500 Calvary Hospital, $41,250 CAMBA, $262,000 Camerata Internazionale, $50,000 Campaign for Strong Communities, $110,000 Campaign for the Westchester Children’s Museum, $29,500 Cancer Care, $703,450 Cancer Support Team, $32,500 Canine Companions for Independence (Calif.), $27,535 Canterbury School (Conn.), $51,250 Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, $90,300 CARE USA Northeast Region, $29,080 Carnegie Hall, $38,000 Carnegie Mellon University (Pa.), $141,900 Carter Burden Center for the Aging, $125,500 Carthusian Foundation in America (Vt.), $118,250 CAST (Mass.), $350,000 Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York, $95,000 Catholic Relief Services of the U.S. Catholic Conference (Md.), $250,680
Catholic Rural Life (Minn.), $50,000 Cause Effective, $53,750 Cause Strategy Partners, $135,000 Cedars of Marin (Calif.), $4,500,000 Center for American Progress (D.C.), $100,000 Center for Arts Education, $253,250 Center for Constitutional Rights, $39,750 Center for Early Education (Calif.), $34,000 Center for Employment Opportunities, $128,000 Center for Safety and Change, $200,000 Center for Court Innovation, $450,000 Center for Environmental Health (Calif.), $100,000 Center for Maine Contemporary Art, $50,000 Center for the National Interest (D.C.), $35,000 Center of Theological Inquiry (N.J.), $50,000 Central Park Conservancy, $730,194 Central Synagogue, $46,800 CentraState Healthcare Foundation (N.J.), $102,500 Centurion Ministries (N.J.), $100,000 Ceres (Mass.), $125,000 Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, $28,000 Change Capital Fund, $100,000 Chapin School, $88,100 Chesapeake Bay Foundation (Md.), $27,000 Child Care and Early Education Fund, $50,000 Child Mind Institute, $80,000 Children’s Aid Society, $216,020 Children’s Foundation of Memphis (Tenn.), $68,690 Children’s Rights, $113,750 Chinese-American Planning Council, $290,000 CHIP International, $75,000 Christodora, $106,250 Church of the Heavenly Rest, $39,661 Church of the Messiah, $35,000 Citizens Budget Commission, $162,000 Citizens’ Committee for Children of New York, $227,809 Citizens Crime Commission of New York City, $305,000 Citizens Union Foundation of the City of New York, $61,250 City Harvest, $284,750 City Limits, $50,000 City Lore, $65,250 City Parks Foundation, $90,730 City Seminary of New York, $120,000 City University of New York, $81,234 City University of New York Graduate School of Journalism, $26,000 City University of New York School of Law Foundation, $100,000 City University of New York School of Public Health and Health Policy, $75,000 City of White Plains, $100,000 Citymeals-on-Wheels, $118,944 Civil War Preservation Trust (Md.), $32,000 Civitas, $55,500 Classical American Homes Preservation Trust, $51,500 Coalition for Behavioral Health, $150,000 Coalition for Queens, $80,000 Coalition for the Homeless, $31,900 Coastal Community Foundation of South Carolina, $110,000 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, $191,440 Colgate University, $30,680 Collaborative for Children and Families, $125,000 College of Saint Elizabeth (N.J.), $118,250 Collegiate School, $91,750 Colorado State University, $300,000
Columbia Land Conservancy, $31,250 Columbia University, $3,066,150 Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons, $1,493,820 Columbia University Earth Institute, $162,000 Columbia University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, $37,430 Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, $418,270 Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, $125,000 Columbia University School of Law, $78,750 Commentary Inc., $50,000 Committee for Economic Development (Va.), $40,500 Committee to Protect Journalists, $33,250 Common Cause Education Fund (D.C.), $133,000 Common Good Institute, $52,000 CommonLit (D.C.), $50,000 Community Food Advocates, $75,000 Community Foundation of New Jersey (N.J.), $27,224 Community Health Care Association of New York State, $300,000 Community Healthcare Network, $75,000 Community Partners International (Calif.), $160,000 Community Resource Center, $35,000 Community Resource Exchange, $50,000 Comunilife, $100,000 Concern Worldwide U.S., $60,000 Concert Artists Guild, $320,500 Congregation Emanu-El of the City of New York, $29,745 Congregation Ohav Sholom, $50,000 Congregation Rodeph Sholom, $26,000 Connecticut Fund for the Environment, $67,500 Consumers Union of the United States, $30,500 Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, $50,590 Coordinated Behavioral Care, $150,000 Copland House, $30,000 Cornell University (Pa.), $162,648 CSH, $100,000 Council on Foreign Relations, $2,702,800 Council on Social Work Education (Va.), $45,000 Creative Arts Team, $500,000 Crisis Text Line, $70,000 Crohns & Colitis Foundation of America, $37,600 Crossnore School (N.C.), $68,940 Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation, $316,000
Darrow School, $26,000 Dartmouth College (N.H.), $3,377,677 DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park (Mass.), $50,000 Deerfield Academy (Mass.), $27,250 Delaware Valley Green Building Council (Pa.), $35,000 Destination: College, $50,000 Doctors without Borders U.S.A., $239,300 The Door, $90,000 Frederick Douglass Academy, $67,250 DreamYard Project, $140,500 DTA Foundation (Va.), $30,000 Duke University (N.C.), $27,150 Dwight-Englewood School (N.J.), $50,000
Earthjustice (Calif.), $34,000 East Harlem Tutorial Program, $59,430 Evergreen: Your North Brooklyn Business Exchange, $60,000 Echoing Green Foundation, $456,000 Education Reform Now, $104,750 Educational Video Center, $81,600 EIS Housing Resource Center, $40,250 Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial Commission (D.C.), $100,000 El Centro Hispano, $36,000 El Puente, $175,000 Elders Share the Arts, $50,000 Emory University (Ga.), $27,900 Enterprise Community Partners (Md.), $90,000 Environmental Advocates of New York, $49,750 Environmental Defense Fund, $1,623,750 Environmental and Energy Study Institute (D.C.), $100,000 Environmental Grantmakers Association, $80,000 Environmental Law Institute (D.C.), $100,000 ERASE Racism, $36,500 Everglades Foundation (Fla.), $125,000 Exodus Transitional Community, $1,394,500 ExpandED Schools, $506,000 Extera Public Schools (Calif.), $75,000
F.A.R. Institute (Fla.), $240,000 Fairfield County Community Foundation (Conn.), $1,003,262 Family Centers (Conn.), $230,000 Family and Children’s Association, $96,000 Family Service League of Suffolk County, $116,000
Dalton School, $35,801 Dana-Farber Cancer Institute (Mass.), $57,250 Dance Theatre of Harlem, $150,000 Dance/NYC, $96,000 Dancers Workshop (Wyo.), $75,000
L.I. MATCHMAKER: Newsday described our Long Island Community Foundation as a charitable resource for businesses, families, and individuals.
GRANTS IN 2016 Family Service of Rhode Island, $30,000 Family Services of Westchester, $105,800 Farnsworth Library & Art Museum (Maine), $45,000 FDNY Foundation, $60,152 Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, $100,000 Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund (Ohio), $6,000,000 Field Museum of Natural History (Ill.), $60,000 Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center (Ohio), $55,000 Fifth Avenue Committee, $65,050 50/50 Climate Project, $100,000 Figure Skating in Harlem, $51,250 First (N.H.), $50,000 First Presbyterian Church of Lake Forest (Ill.), $33,130 Fiscal Policy Institute, $125,000 Mardy Fish Children’s Foundation (Fla.), $100,000 5 Gyres (Calif.), $26,500 Flea Theater, $168,000 Food Bank for Westchester, $92,350 Foote School (Conn.), $50,250 Fordham University, $28,215 Fordham University Graduate School of Social Service, $75,250 Foreign Policy Association, $30,000 Forestdale, $100,000 Fortune Society, $111,780 Foundation Center, $230,000 Foundation for Excellence in Mental Health (Oreg.), $100,000 Foundation Fighting Blindness (Md.), $61,500 Four Freedoms Park Conservancy, $52,350 Fractured Atlas, $54,763 Franklin Lakes (N.J.), $50,000 Freer Gallery of Art of the Smithsonian Institution (D.C.), $90,000 Fresh Air Fund, $50,370 Fresh Water Action (N.H.), $50,000 Friends of Karen, $25,750 Friends of the New York City Fire Department Collection, $45,000 Friends of Oakwood Cemetery Association, $75,500 Friends of Raynham Hall, $40,000 Friends of the Saint Andrew’s School Foundation, $30,000 Friends Seminary, $64,250 FSH Society (Mass.), $52,000 Fund for Public Health in New York, $100,000 Fund for Public Schools, $1,675,500 Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities (Fla.), $100,000 Furniture Sharehouse, $26,000
Galapagos Conservancy (Va.), $35,000 Games for Change, $100,000 Giulio Gari Foundation, $30,000 Gateway Demonstration Assistance Corporation, $202,000 Gay Men’s Health Crisis, $29,300 General Board of Global Ministries, Women’s Division, $54,000 Georgetown University (D.C.), $42,900 Ghetto Film School, $60,000 Girl Scouts of the United States of America, $117,220 Girls Incorporated of New York City, $177,000 GallopNYC, $72,000 Global Action Project, $100,000 Global Heritage Fund (Calif.), $41,500 Global Kids, $125,000 Global Teacher Education (Conn.), $70,500
God’s Love We Deliver, $193,250 Good Shepherd Services, $75,000 Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey, $76,250 Gordon School (R.I.), $100,000 Grace Church School, $70,250 Graduate Center Foundation, $96,500 Graham Windham, $240,000 Grameen America, $50,000 Grandfather Home for Children (N.C.), $68,690 Greater Jamaica Development Corporation, $150,000 Greater Washington Educational Telecommunication Association (Va.), $26,750 Green City Force, $750,000 Green Infrastructure Finance Project, $150,000 Green Schools Alliance (D.C.), $103,500 Petey Greene Program (N.J.), $30,000 Greenwich Academy (Conn.), $86,500 Guidance Center of Westchester, $111,250 Guide Dog Foundation for the Blind, $26,220
Hadassah, the Women’s Zionist Organization of America, $27,730 Hamilton College, $309,500 Hance Family Foundation, $35,000 Harlem Academy, $100,993 Harlem Children’s Zone, $46,000 Harlem RBI, $95,000 Harlem United Community AIDS Center, $80,000 Harvard College (Mass.), $382,800 Harvard Business School (Mass.), $35,630 Harvard Library in New York, $33,130 Haverford College (Pa.), $261,000 Hawken School (Ohio), $153,000 Health Research, $314,000 Health and Welfare Council of Long Island, $303,000 Healthier Products Coalition (Calif.), $150,000 Hebrew Free Loan Society, $162,632 Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale, $31,000 Hebrew Institute of Riverdale, $37,050 Heckscher Museum, $50,250 Heifer Project International (Ark.), $184,900 Henry Street Settlement, $154,500 Herren Project (R.I.), $50,000 Herstory Writers Workshop, $95,000 Hester Street Collaborative, $33,500 Hetrick-Martin Institute, $118,000 HIAS, $48,000 Highlander Research & Education Center (Tenn.), $66,000 Hillel: Foundation for Jewish Campus Life (D.C.), $39,060 Hip Hop Theater Festival, $90,000 Hispanic Federation, $90,000 Historic Districts Council, $170,800 Historic Hudson Valley, $80,400
NEW AMERICANS: The New York Times recognized The Trust for its contribution to a State effort to offset the expense of applying for citizenship.
Historical Society of Early American Decoration, $99,410 Historical Society of the Town of Greenwich (Conn.), $26,000 Hobart and William Smith Colleges, $28,900 Hofstra University, $48,800 Homeless Animal Rescue Team of Maine, $27,192 Hope Program, $109,250 Hospice Care Network, $36,610 Hospital for Special Surgery, $122,250 Hostos Community College of CUNY, $100,000 Hot Bread Kitchen, $113,500 Hotchkiss School (Conn.), $91,000 Housing + Solutions, $100,000 Housing Conservation Coordinators, $65,000 Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art, $75,000 Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival, $28,500 Human Development Services of Westchester, $54,800 Human Rights Watch, $54,050 Human Services Council of New York City, $120,000 Humane Society of Louisiana, $45,000 Humane Society of the United States (D.C.), $26,500 Hunter-Bellevue School of Nursing, $205,000 Hunter College Foundation, $58,250 Hunter College of CUNY, Silberman School of Social Work, $360,000 Hyde Park Baptist Church (Tex.), $36,500
IAA Education Program, $80,000 Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai, $772,250 ID Studio Theater Performance and Research Center, $30,000 In Our Backyards, $62,000 INCLUDEnyc, $100,500 Independent Sector (D.C.), $32,500 Indian Mountain School (Conn.), $42,940 Innocence Project, $36,500 Inspirational Triathlon Racing International, $42,500 Inspirica (Conn.), $187,500 Institute for College Access & Success (Calif.), $26,000 Institute for Social Policy and Understanding (Mich.), $80,000 Institute of International Education, $25,500 Interfaith Council for Action, $26,000 Interfaith Medical Center, $180,000 Interfaith Nutrition Network, $82,250 International Center of Photography, $40,500 International House, $92,500 International League of Conservation Photographers (D.C.), $45,000 International POPs Elimination Network (Calif.), $200,000 International Rescue Committee, $221,110 International Sephardic Education Foundation, $50,000 International Social Service, United States of America Branch (Md.), $68,680
International Tennis Hall of Fame (R.I.), $27,000 Internationals Network for Public Schools, $80,500 Iona College, $53,100 Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, $52,500 Irvington Presbyterian Church, $45,000 Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, $114,750 Island Harvest, $40,500 Israeli Chamber Project, $60,000
J Street Educational Fund (D.C.), $57,000 James Foundation (Mo.), $781,700 Jazz at Lincoln Center, $50,750 Jericho Jewish Center, $39,710 Jewish Association for Services for the Aged, $50,500 Jewish Board of Family and Children’s Services, $28,840 Jewish Theological Seminary of America, $75,000 JobsFirstNYC, $100,000 Johns Hopkins Hospital (Md.), $200,000 Johns Hopkins University (Md.), $618,000 Joint Ownership Entity New York City, $250,000 Joyce Theater Foundation, $28,750 Juilliard School, $247,250 Jumpstart for Young Children (Mass.), $101,750 Just Transition Coalition (Ky.), $141,000 Just Transition Fund (Va.), $100,000 JustLeadershipUSA, $76,000 Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation International, $131,050
Kansas University Endowment Association, $108,040 Keene Valley Library Association, $55,000 Helen Keller International, $125,900 Khan Academy (Calif.), $250,000 King Manor Museum, $32,000 Kingswood-Oxford School (Conn.), $26,000 Kitchen Table Campaigns (D.C.), $101,000 Kitsap Community Foundation (Wash.), $35,000 Knowledge House, $34,500
Lafayette College (Pa.), $27,250 Lake Forest College (Ill.), $101,410 Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, $47,500 Jessica Lang Dance, $150,000 Lantern Community Services, $100,000 Latinas on the Verge of Excellence, $33,000 Laundry Workers Center, $35,000 Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention, $50,000
Lawrenceville School (N.J.), $40,500 Lawyers Alliance for New York, $200,750 Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law (D.C.), $106,500 Legal Aid Society, $201,200 Legal Services of the Hudson Valley, $30,000 Legal Services NYC, $75,700 Lehigh University (Pa.), $34,750 Lehman College of CUNY, $55,500 Lenox Hill Hospital, $66,090 Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, $70,250 Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center, $51,880 LESReady!, $80,000 Lexington Academy, PS72M, $30,000 Library of America, $86,500 Library of American Landscape History (Mass.), $101,000 Liederkranz Foundation, $30,000 Lift Communities (D.C.), $75,000 Lifting Up Westchester, $49,000 Lighthouse International, $353,060 Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, $637,750 Literacy Partners, $26,250 Littig House Community Center, $247,500 Live Free or Die Alliance (N.H.), $28,150 Live and Let Live Farm (N.H.), $30,000 Livingston Ripley Waterfowl Sanctuary (Conn.), $51,000 Long Island Cares, $60,500 Long Island Civic Engagement Table, $35,000 Long Island Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, $30,250 Long Island Jobs with Justice, $40,000 Long Island University, $118,500 Long Island University, Tilles Center for the Performing Arts, $125,000 Long Term Care Community Coalition, $45,000
Madison Square Boys and Girls Club, $100,000 Management Leadership for Tomorrow (D.C.), $100,000 Manhattan Legal Services, $90,000 Manhattan Theatre Club, $229,910 Glenn Markman Foundation, $100,589 Marlboro School of Music (Pa.), $340,250 Marshall Project, $100,500 Martha’s Vineyard Hospital (Mass.), $26,000 Massachusetts Audubon Society, $109,750 Massachusetts General Hospital, $2,688,500 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, $66,000 Massachusetts Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, $35,130 Massapequa Public Schools, $42,286 Masters School, $325,500 Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, $402,000 McCarter Theatre Company (N.J.), $101,000 Ronald McDonald House of Providence (R.I.), $50,000 Mechon Hadar, $48,300
Media Matters for America (D.C.), $57,325 Medical Center at Ocean Reef (Fla.), $35,000 Medicare Rights Center, $102,000 Mekong NYC, $55,000 Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center, $256,144 Memorial United Methodist Church, $25,440 Metropolitan Museum of Art, $609,040 Metropolitan Opera Association, $388,810 MFY Legal Services, $152,000 MHANY Management, $70,000 Middlebury College (Vt.), $128,200 Middlesex School (Mass.), $1,129,900 Milton Academy (Mass.), $117,770 Mind-Builders Creative Arts Center, $58,500 MinKwon Center for Community Action, $101,000 Mises Institute (Ala.), $26,350 Missionaries of Charity, $262,120 Molloy College, $25,750 Monarch Joint Venture (Minn.), $105,000 Montreat College (N.C.), $68,690 Morgan Library and Museum, $84,100 Morningside Retirement and Health Services, $27,010 Morven Museum & Garden (N.J.), $50,000 Mother and Baby Care of Long Island, $30,000 Mount St. Mary’s University (Md.), $52,500 Mount Sinai Hospital, $1,607,994 Mount Sinai St. Luke’s, $30,650 Ms. Foundation for Women, $42,400 Muhlenberg College (Pa.), $50,500 Multiple Sclerosis Center of New York, $41,300 Multiple Sclerosis Resources of Central New York, $30,000 Municipal Art Society of New York, $62,250 Muscular Dystrophy Association, $44,250 Museum of the City of New York, $33,840 Museum of Modern Art, $241,640 Music Associates of Aspen (Colo.), $30,000 Music Institute of Chicago (Ill.), $30,000 myFace, $51,000 Myrtle Avenue Commercial Revitalization and Development Project, $40,000 Mystic Seaport Museum (Conn.), $40,000
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, $137,650 Nalanda Institute for Contemplative Science, $45,000 Nantucket Lighthouse School (Mass.), $50,000 Nantucket Preservation Trust (Mass.), $160,000 Nantucket Safe Harbor for Animals (Mass.), $33,876 NARAL Pro-Choice America Foundation (D.C.), $43,350 Sadie Nash Leadership Project, $50,000 NASW Foundation (D.C.), $1,000,000 National Advocates for Pregnant Women, $46,000 National Audubon Society, $153,680 National Center for Law and Economic Justice, $90,250 National Child Labor Committee, $125,000 National Dance Institute, $37,300
Financial information about The New York Community Trust can be obtained by writing to us at 909 Third Avenue, New York, New York 10022, or as stated below: Florida: SC No. CH9514 A COPY OF THE OFFICIAL REGISTRATION AND FINANCIAL INFORMATION MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE DIVISION OF CONSUMER SERVICES BY CALLING TOLLFREE, WITHIN THE STATE, 1-800-HELP-FLA OR VIA THE INTERNET AT WWW.800HELPFLA.COM. Maryland: For the cost of postage and copying, from the Secretary of State. Michigan: MICS No. 22265. Mississippi: The official registration and financial information of The New York Community Trust may be obtained from the Mississippi Secretary of State’s office by calling 1-888-236-6167. New Jersey: INFORMATION FILED WITH THE ATTORNEY GENERAL CONCERNING THIS CHARITABLE SOLICITATION AND THE PERCENTAGE OF CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED BY THE CHARITY DURING THE LAST REPORTING PERIOD THAT WERE DEDICATED TO THE CHARITABLE PURPOSE MAY BE OBTAINED FROM THE ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE STATE OF NEW JERSEY BY CALLING (973) 504-6215 AND IS AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET AT http://www.state.nj.us/lps/ca2/charities. New York: Upon request, from the Attorney General Charities Bureau, 120 Broadway, New York, NY 10271. North Carolina: Financial information about this organization and a copy of its license are available from the State Solicitation Licensing Branch at (919) 807-2214. Pennsylvania: The official registration and financial information of The New York Community Trust may be obtained from the Pennsylvania Department of State by calling toll-free, within Pennsylvania, 1-800-732-0999. Virginia: From the State Office of Consumer Affairs in the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs, P.O. Box 1163, Richmond, VA 23218. Washington: From the Secretary of State at 1-800-332-4483. West Virginia: West Virginia residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial documents from the Secretary of State, State Capitol, Charleston, WV 25305. Registration in the above states does not imply endorsement.
GRANTS IN 2016 National Economic and Social Rights Initiative, $210,000 National Employment Law Project, $80,000 National Fish and Wildlife Foundation (D.C.), $50,000 National Mobilization Against Sweatshops, $55,000 National Multiple Sclerosis Society, $110,180 National Society for Gifted and Talented (Conn.), $31,950 National Trust for Historic Preservation (D.C.), $32,500 National World War II Museum (La.), $50,000 Natural Resources Defense Council, $132,869 Nature Conservancy (Va.), $41,300 Nature Conservancy New York, Adirondack Chapter, $37,500 Nature Conservancy New York, Long Island Chapter, $104,000 Naumburg Orchestral Concerts, $43,360 Walter W. Naumburg Foundation, $57,120 Navy Seal Foundation (Va.), $28,500 Nazareth College of Rochester, $40,000 Neighborhood Housing Services of New York City, $100,000 Neighborhood Housing Services of Brooklyn CDC, $65,000 Neighborhoods First Fund for Community Based Planning, $100,000 Neighbors Link Corporation, $28,750 NESCAUM (Mass.), $75,000 Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship, $35,000 New Alternatives for Children, $150,500 New Canaan Country School (Conn.), $31,500 New Energy Foundation (N.H.), $130,000 New 42nd Street, $305,650 New Jersey Institute of Technology, $27,000 New School, $35,250 New Settlement Apartments, $70,000 New Teacher Center (Calif.), $120,000 New Venture Fund (D.C.), $215,000 New Visions for Public Schools, $219,600 New York Academy of Medicine, $100,000 New York Appleseed, $100,500 New York Association of Training and Employment Professionals, $180,000 New York Botanical Garden, $1,009,590 New York City Ballet, $329,885 New York City Center, $131,000 New York City Employment and Training Coalition, $65,000 New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission, $49,000 New York City Mission Society, $59,400 New York Civil Liberties Union, $75,000 New York Civil Liberties Union Foundation, $87,000 New York Communities for Change, $32,500 New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute, CUNY, $430,000 New York Genome Center, $125,000 New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, $37,442 New-York Historical Society, $45,750 New York Immigration Coalition, $187,500 New York Landmarks Conservancy, $143,250 New York Lawyers for the Public Interest, $420,500 New York Legal Assistance Group, $107,500 New York Medical College, $377,500 New York Open Center, $110,250 New York Philharmonic, $48,200 New York Police & Fire Widows’ & Children’s Benefit Fund, $75,000 NewYork Presbyterian Fund, $5,060,300 NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital, $368,081 NewYork-Presbyterian/Queens, $40,000 New York Preservation Archive Project, $40,250
New York Public Library, Astor, Lenox and Tilden Foundations, $342,670 New York Public Radio, $226,140 New York Restoration Project, $97,250 New York Society Library Trustees, $38,750 New York State Tenants & Neighbors Information Service, $60,000 New York Times Neediest Cases Fund, $34,800 New York University, $2,399,310 New York University Hospitals Center, $139,000 New York University School of Medicine, $274,768 New York University Wagner School of Public Service, $95,000 New York Women’s Foundation, $30,800 New Yorkers for Children, $84,000 New Yorkers for Parks, $77,000 Newark Museum Association (N.J.), $41,000 Nightingale-Bamford School, $68,500 92nd Street Y, $25,200 Niskanen Center (D.C.), $100,000 NOCD-NY, $125,000 Nonprofit Coordinating Committee of New York, $189,750 Nonprofit Finance Fund, $218,500 North Shore Animal League America, $28,000 North Shore Child and Family Guidance Association, $35,900 North Shore Land Alliance, $45,000 Northeastern University (Mass.), $53,876 Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation, $70,000 Northside Center for Child Development, $68,000 Northwell Health Foundation, $8,115,000 Northwestern University (Ill.), $69,500 Norton Gallery and School of Art (Fla.), $198,940 NYC Coalition for Educational Justice, $280,000 NYC SALT, $100,000
Obama Foundation (Ill.), $330,000 Oceana (D.C.), $65,000 Off the Street Club (Ill.), $40,000 Office of Emergency Management, $50,000 Ohel Children’s Home and Family Services, $86,360 Old Dartmouth Historical Society/New Bedford Whaling Museum (Mass.), $100,000 Old Westbury College Foundation, $242,000 Old Westbury Gardens, $56,370 Open Space Institute, $29,250 Orchestra of St. Luke’s, $267,000 Oregon Community Foundation, $124,375 Oregon Environmental Council, $125,000 Ossining Union Free School District, $30,000 Oxfam America (Mass.), $768,377
Pace University, $122,360 Paley Center for Media, $120,000 Parents for Inclusive Education, $100,000
ON THE MOVE: The
Wall Street Journal covered The Trust’s efforts to improve Access-A-Ride, the City’s transportation system for those with disabilities.
Park Avenue Synagogue, $37,000 Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, $28,800 Parrish Art Museum, $124,700 Partners in Health (Md.), $62,250 Partnership for Inner-City Education, $250,000 Partnership for Public Service (D.C.), $100,000 Passionist Fathers, $53,500 Peace First (Mass.), $50,000 Peconic Land Trust, $40,910 Peddie School (N.J.), $73,000 Pembroke College Foundation, $100,000 PEN America, $26,050 People for the American Way Foundation (D.C.), $40,500 Per Scholas, $130,000 PHI, $152,500 Philanthropy New York, $39,250 Phillips Exeter Academy (N.H.), $43,500 Phipps Neighborhoods, $106,750 Physicians’ Home, $100,000 Pine Creek Valley Watershed Association (Pa.), $75,000 Planned Parenthood Federation of America, $406,110 Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic, $36,750 Planned Parenthood of Nassau County, $116,250 Planned Parenthood of New York City, $92,700 Planned Parenthood of Southern New England (Conn.), $130,250 Play Rugby, $260,000 Playwrights Horizons, $39,750 Police Athletic League, $34,000 PolicyLink (Calif.), $30,000 Miss Porter’s School (Conn.), $54,000 Pratham USA (Tex.), $60,000 Pratt Area Community Council, $65,000 Prep for Prep, $138,350 Presbyterian Church USA Foundation (Ind.), $43,050 Presbytery of New York City, $28,700 Primary Stages Company, $39,500 Princeton Healthcare System Foundation (N.J.), $55,000 Princeton University (N.J.), $272,716 Pro Bono Net, $75,000 Project Horseshoe Farm (Ala.), $50,000 Project Most, $27,500 Project ORBIS International, $168,310 ProjectArt, $41,000 Prospect Park Alliance, $75,400 Prostate Cancer Foundation (Calif.), $30,000 Proteus Fund (Mass.), $27,500 Providence Preservation Society (R.I.), $50,000 Providence St. Mel School (Ill.), $50,000 Public Citizen Foundation (D.C.), $26,000 Public Policy and Education Fund of New York, $100,000 Public Preparatory Network, $500,000 Public Theater, $409,000 Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting (D.C.), $250,000 Putnam Hospital Center, $42,010
NY FOCUS: Patricia Swann, our community development expert, center, appeared on Channel
Thirteen/WNET to discuss programs that combine employment, education, and housing services.
Queens College Foundation, $26,000 Queens College, CUNY, Kupferberg Center, $50,000 Queens Connect, $75,000 Queens Economic Development Corporation, $50,000 Queens Legal Services, $275,000 Queens University of Charlotte (N.C.), $68,690
Rabbi Jacob Joseph School, $486,000 Race Forward, $420,000 ReadWorks, $803,000 Red Hook Initiative, $76,000 Redemption Center, $120,000 Redford Center (Calif.), $375,000 Reel Works, $100,000 Reformed Church of Bronxville, $38,000 Resilience Advocacy Project, $140,000 Resources for the Future (D.C.), $140,000 Restore NYC, $65,000 Revitalize Coalition, $100,000 Rhode Island School of Design, $113,000 Rhodes College (Tenn.), $69,190 Riverkeeper, $37,250 ROADS Charter High Schools, $2,380,843 Robin Hood Foundation, $319,150 Rockaway Youth Task Force, $50,000 Rockefeller University, $1,346,550 Rocking the Boat, $307,500 Room to Read (Calif.), $32,843 Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute, $100,000 Rosenthal Center for Addiction Studies, $1,876,384 Rosie’s Theater Kids, $121,000 Roulette Intermedium, $85,000 Roundabout Theatre Company, $115,604 Row New York, $52,500 RSHM Life Center, $30,250 Rumsey Hall School (Conn.), $510,000 Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, $46,897
Rutgers University Foundation (N.J.), $37,610 Rye Arts Center, $30,500
Safe Center LI, $52,000 Safe Horizon, $104,000 Sail Newport (R.I.), $100,000 St. Andrew’s Presbyterian College (N.C.), $68,690 St. Anthony High School, $150,000 St. Athanasius Roman Catholic Church, $100,000 St. Christopher’s, $28,590 St. David’s School, $30,500 St. Francis Hospital, $30,000 St. James Episcopal Church of New York, $31,000 St. Jean Baptiste Church, $27,000 St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital (Tenn.), $86,765 St. Louis University (Mo.), $120,357 St. Luke’s School (Conn.), $47,500 St. Mary’s Foundation for Children, $650,000 St. Patrick’s Cathedral Landmark Foundation, $100,000 St. Peter’s Prep (N.J.), $50,000 St. Stephen’s School, $50,000 St. Timothy’s School (Md.), $45,000 Salvation Army (Conn.), $38,250 Salvation Army of Greater New York, $162,450 Sanctuary for Families, $117,250 Sarah Lawrence College, $307,000 Scenic Hudson, $61,750 Scholarship & Welfare Funds of the Alumni Association of Hunter College, $40,000 ScriptEd, $121,000 SeaChange Capital Partners, $190,000 Search and Care, $36,250 Seatuck Environmental Association, $220,000 Second Stage Theatre, $31,350 Seedco, $100,000 Seftel Productions, $50,000 Selfhelp Community Services, $150,500 Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, $111,450
Sesame Workshop, $300,000 SHARE: Self-Help for Women with Breast or Ovarian Cancer, $45,000 Shared Interest, $32,000 Sheltering Arms Children and Family Services, $238,220 Sierra Club Foundation (Calif.), $116,800 Sister Rose House (Mass.), $100,000 651 ARTS, $128,000 Skidmore College, $64,000 Smith College (Mass.), $594,000 Smithtown Historical Society, $26,700 Society of St. Vincent De Paul/Diocese of Rockville Centre, $65,000 SoundWaters (Conn.), $45,000 South Asian Youth Action, $105,000 South Bronx Educational Foundation, $76,000 South Nassau Communities Hospital, $50,000 South Street Seaport Museum, $48,350 Southampton Hospital Foundation, $31,500 Southern Education Foundation (Ga.), $140,000 Southern Environmental Law Center (Va.), $110,000 Southern Poverty Law Center (Ala.), $141,252 Southern Vermont College, $70,000 Special Olympics International (D.C.), $100,000 Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, $79,000 Stanford University (Calif.), $513,250 Star Kids Scholarship Program (R.I.), $30,000 Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation, $151,000 Stevens Institute of Technology (N.J.), $46,200 Stevenson School (Calif.), $100,000 Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association (N.J.), $144,433 Stony Brook University SUNY, $28,200 Storefront Academy Harlem, $83,750 STRIVE, $125,250 Student Advocacy, $60,250 Student Sponsor Partnership, $29,580 Student Success Network - NYC, $100,000 Studio Museum in Harlem, $1,586,500 Studio in a School Association, $70,500 Suited For Success (Fla.), $25,500 Summer Search (Calif.), $107,000 SUNY Research Foundation, $135,000 Support Center for Nonprofit Management, $50,000
FUNDS ININ2016 GRANTS 2016 Supportive Housing Network of New York, $150,000 Surprise Lake Camp, $51,250 Sustainable Long Island, $300,000 Sylvester Manor Educational Farm, $30,000 Symphony Space, $66,000 Syracuse University, $41,700
Taft Institute for Government, $44,920 Teach for America (Calif.), $121,000 Teachers College, Columbia University, $484,270 Teaching Matters, $2,315,000 Team Rubicon (Calif.), $100,000 Temple Beth El of Huntington, $257,500 Tenacity (Mass.), $35,000 Tenants Together (Calif.), $100,000 Texas Access to Justice Foundation, $248,750 Thalia Spanish Theatre, $100,000 Theatre West (Calif.), $100,000 Tobin Project (Mass.), $50,000 Transcend, $50,000 Tribeca Film Institute, $115,000 Trinity College (Conn.), $36,430 Trinity Episcopal School Corporation, $45,750 Trinity Repertory Company (R.I.), $30,800 Tri-State Transportation Campaign, $152,000 Trust for Public Land (Calif.), $151,750 Trustees of Tufts College (Mass.), $29,500 Turning Point for Women and Families, $80,000
UCLA Foundation (Calif.), $206,000 UJA-Federation of Jewish Philanthropies of New York, $576,616 Underground Development Foundation, $32,750 Union College, $109,750 Union of Concerned Scientists (Mass.), $25,250 Union Settlement Association, $491,900 Union Theological Seminary, $31,000 United Against Illegal Guns Support Fund, $100,000 United Hospital Fund of New York, $156,550 United Nations Foundation (D.C.), $58,000 United Negro College Fund (D.C.), $166,920 United Neighborhood Houses of New York, $85,136 United States Fund for UNICEF, $69,911 United States Holocaust Memorial Council (D.C.), $28,385 United Way of Long Island, $75,500 University at Albany State University of New York, $156,000 University of California, $100,000 University of California, Berkeley, $45,500 University of Chicago (Ill.), $134,130 University of Connecticut, $60,000 University of Connecticut Foundation, $195,000 University of Kentucky, $70,000
ANNUAL REPORT FOR 2016 Published in June 2017
University of Massachusetts-Lowell, $75,000 University of Miami (Fla.), $27,500 University of Michigan, $26,000 University of Minnesota Foundation, $101,500 University of Montana Foundation, $43,000 University of Notre Dame (Ind.), $43,250 University of North Dakota Foundation, $99,410 University of Pennsylvania, $267,673 University of Pittsburgh (Pa.), $41,000 University Settlement Society of New York, $179,000 University of the State of New York Regents Research Fund, $183,000 University of Texas, $195,500 University of Vermont, $178,700 University of Virginia Law School Foundation, $35,000 University of Washington, $160,233 Urban Assembly, $85,250 Urban Green Council, $61,000 Urban Land Institute (D.C.), $100,000 Usdan Center for the Creative and Performing Arts, $57,000
Wikimedia Foundation (Calif.), $29,000 Wild Bird Fund, $61,000 WildAid (Calif.), $50,000 Wildlands Network (Wash.), $55,000 Wildlife Conservation Network (Calif.), $57,500 Wildlife Conservation Society, $168,090 Warren Wilson College (N.C.), $68,690 Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars (D.C.), $50,000 Windward School, $51,000 WNET, $257,850 Women Donors Network (Calif.), $43,400 Women Make Movies, $85,000 Women’s Cancer Resource Center (Calif.), $150,000 Women’s Housing and Economic Development Corporation, $115,500 Woodlawn Conservancy, $75,000 Workforce Development Corporation, $600,000 Workforce Professionals Training Institute, $528,000 World Wildlife Fund (D.C.), $118,330 Writing Revolution, $160,000
Variety Child Learning Center, $250,000 Vassar College, $45,850 Vera Institute of Justice, $140,500 Viscardi Center, $1,000,000 Visiting Neighbors, $60,000 Volunteer New York!, $27,250
Washington Jesuit Academy (D.C.), $36,000 Washington School for Girls (D.C.), $50,000 Watchtower Bible & Tract Society of New York, $100,000 Waterfront Alliance, $100,000 Wave Hill, $39,000 Samuel Waxman Cancer Research Foundation, $251,500 We Need Diverse Books (Md.), $50,000 Weill Cornell Medicine, $1,377,770 Wellesley College (Mass.), $40,360 Wellness Foundation, $27,250 Wesleyan University (Conn.), $208,152 WE ACT for Environmental Justice, $150,000 Westchester Library System, $65,000 Westchester Children’s Association, $48,400 Westchester Community College Foundation, $227,000 Westchester Jewish Community Services, $90,090 Westchester Residential Opportunities, $35,000 Western State College Foundation (Colo.), $25,763 Westhab, $76,250 WGBH Educational Foundation (Mass.), $122,250 White Plains Hospital Center, $41,440 Trey Whitfield School, $140,000
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Yale University (Conn.), $1,770,030 Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative (Mont.), $100,000 YMCA of Central and Northern Westchester, $25,990 YMCA of Greater New York, $241,498 YMCA of Long Island, $167,500 YMCA of New Canaan (Conn.), $51,000 Yonkers Partners in Education, $156,500 Young Invincibles (D.C.), $125,000 Young People’s Chorus of New York City, $280,000 Young Women’s Leadership Network, $70,000 Youth Action YouthBuild East Harlem, $31,000 Youth Communication, $53,750 Youth Environmental Services, $60,000 Youth Shelter Program of Westchester, $30,000 YWCA of Brooklyn, $147,440 YWCA of Metropolitan Chicago (Ill.), $54,000
Zoological Society of Cincinnati (Ohio), $72,000
GRANTS TOTAL Grants listed: 175,160,145 Grants $25,000 or less: 20,394,341 TOTAL:
PHOTOS: Most of the photographs of our board members and staff were taken by Ari Mintz, who also photographed our special report on the elderly. Other photos are courtesy of grantees unless noted.
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