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1 Grants Authorized 2012 Abraham House (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school and summer programs for children, ages 5 to 17 Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. (New York, NY) $100,000 Support for organization that assists low-income families in obtaining appropriate educational services for their special needs children The After-School Corporation (New York, NY) $1,860,263 Support for its After School Apprenticeship Program for high school youth who are given apprenticeships followed by internships. TASC is facilitating the process by which apprentices can get academic credit American Museum of Natural History (New York, NY) $166,100 Support for the Science Research Mentoring Program and the Consortium for Science Research Mentoring Programs Arab-American Family Support Center (Brooklyn, NY) $75,000 To support the expansion of their youth programs that serve over 300 children and teens Arthur Ashe Institute for Urban Health, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $35,000 Toward their after school, academic enrichment program designed to increase the number of low-income, minority high school students who choose careers in science or medicine The ArtsConnection, Inc. (New York, NY) $50,000 Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) program Association to Benefit Children (New York, NY) $75,000 To support youth services programs The BELL Foundation, Inc. (Dorchester, MA) $100,000 Support for BELL New York's summer programs Ballet Tech Foundation, Inc. (New York, NY) $40,000 For operation of the Ballet Tech School, which auditions talented public school students for ballet training Bank Street College of Education (New York, NY) $100,000 Support for Liberty LEADS, an after school program for middle school and high school students and support for the position of an alumni advisor 1

2 Bard College (New York, NY) $50,000 Operating support for the Bard Early College Academy that prepares middle school students from low-income families for admission to academically rigorous high schools Bloomingdale School of Music (New York, NY) $25,000 To provide music training at the pre-college level for talented students BoardAssist (New York, NY) $50,000 Operating support for this organization that identifies and recruits individuals from the corporate world to serve on not-for-profit boards in New York City Bottom Line, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $75,000 Support for the expansion of the Bottom Line College Success Program Breakthrough New York (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for summer and after school academic enrichment program that prepares middle school students from low-income families for academic success at challenging public, independent and parochial high schools and college admission BronxWorks (Bronx, NY) $115,000 Support for its center-based teen program and for college retention services Brooklyn Botanic Garden Corporation (Brooklyn, NY) $60,000 Support for their Garden Apprentice Program Brooklyn Children's Museum (Brooklyn, NY) $50,000 Museum Team after-school and summer program The Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY) $35,000 Operating support for the Museum Apprenticeship Program, a Year-long introduction to art and museum education for high school students Catholic Big Sisters & Big Brothers (New York, NY) $100,000 For operating support for mentoring program for girls and boys, ages 10 to 18 Catholic Guardian Society and Home Bureau (New York, NY) $141,060 Support for a job access collaboration with Swissport to place young people aging out of foster care with employment CEC Stuyvesant Cove, Inc. (New York, NY) $25,000 Support towards the green workforce training program for at-risk young adults 2

3 Center for Alternative Sentencing & Employment Services (New York, NY) $100,000 Operating support for after school academic, employment, arts and counseling programs that serve over 600 young people, ages 13 to 20, who are remanded to CASES from the court system The Center for Arts Education (New York, NY) $30,000 Career Development Program Center for Employment Opportunities (New York, NY) $150,000 The Children's Aid Society (New York, NY) $150,000 Support for their Employment Programs for Juvenile Justice and Other Disconnected Youth Children's Museum of Manhattan (New York, NY) $25,000 Support for the junior staff high school internship program Children's Village, Inc. (Dobbs Ferry, NY) $100,000 For Work Appreciation for Youth (WAY), a job readiness and counseling program for young people who are ending their stay at Children's Village and beginning independent living Citizen Schools (New York, NY) $150,000 General operating support Citizens' Committee for Children of New York, Inc. (New York, NY) $35,000 Support for their Youth Action NYC program City Parks Foundation (New York, NY) $45,000 Support for their Youth Made Media Internship Training Program. City Year, Inc. (New York, NY) $125,000 Support for the after school program for middle school-aged children in New York City and the salary of the after-school manager City Year, Inc. (New York, NY) $280,000 Support for City Year's after school program at two middle schools in Cypress Hills CitySquash, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $50,000 To support the academic program at organization that provides opportunities to play squash along with tutoring, mentoring andcommunity serviceprograms for middle and high school students from low-income families 3

4 Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory (Cold Spring Harbor, NY) $399,813 Support for the Urban Barcode Research Program modeled after SRMP Columbia University (New York, NY) $150,000 Support for their Brain Research Apprenticeships in New York at Columbia (BRAINYACS) program modeled after the SRMP program Columbia University School of Business (New York, NY) $60,000 For management and leadership development programs for senior and middle managers at not-for-profit organizations Community Connections for Youth, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $125,000 Operating support for organization that works with local faith and Community-based organizations to develop and operate effective Alternative-to-incarceration programs for youth Comprehensive Development, Inc. (New York, NY) $125,000 Expansion of CDI model to High School for Health Professionals and Human Services. TPF grant will help support career internship staff Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution (New York, NY) $75,000 DesignPrep and DesignPrep Scholars programs Cornelia Connelly Center for Education (New York, NY) $75,000 Support for a middle school teacher's salary Coro New York (New York, NY) $90,000 Support for Exploring Leadership - a year-long leadership training program for high school students CUNY Collaborative Programs (Brooklyn, NY) $150,000 Support for their College Now STEM Research Academy Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $175,000 To support an after-school program for middle school-aged children and college retention services De La Salle Academy (New York, NY) $100,000 Operating support for private, independent co-educational middle school The Dome Project, Inc. (New York, NY) $40,000 Operating support for their alternative-to-incarceration program for young people, ages

5 The Door (New York, NY) $150,000 Support for their EPOCH program for out-of-school youth The DreamYard Project, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $125,000 Operating support for their various youth programs East Harlem Tutorial Program (New York, NY) $125,000 Operating support for after-school programs for youth, ages 6 to 19 East Side House, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $205,000 Support for its bridge program between the pre-ged and GED components and its college retention services Educational Video Center (New York, NY) $50,000 Youth Documentary Workshops Episcopal Social Services of New York, Inc. (New York, NY) $60,000 Exalt Youth (Brooklyn, NY) $130,000 Support for organization that assists young people, ages 15-20, involved in the criminal justice system in developing the skills necessary to become self-sufficient, productive members of society FEGS Health and Human Services System (New York, NY) $125,000 Figure Skating in Harlem (New York, NY) $75,000 Support for this program that provides instruction in figure skating and promotes teamwork, leadership and academic excellence in girls, ages 6-18 Fiver Children's Foundation, Inc. (New York, NY) $75,000 For year-round education and counseling program for young people, ages 8-17, who attend Fiver's summer camp in Poolville, New York Forestdale, Inc. (Forest Hills, NY) $75,000 Support for job developer who assists young people aging out of Foster care with internships, apprenticeships or jobs The Fortune Society (Long Island City, NY) $200,000 Support for their youth education and employment programs Fostering Change for Children (New York, NY) $900,000 Support for establishment of the Children's Corps program that recruits and 5

6 trains highly skilled and motivated recent college graduates who commit to foster care casework for a two-year period Franciscan Community Center (New York, NY) $60,000 For after school tutorial program for middle school students of west Manhattan Free Arts NYC (New York, NY) $75,000 Support for after school program that provides art instruction and mentoring for young people in foster care, homeless shelters and transitional and permanent supportive housing The Fresh Air Fund (New York, NY) $100,000 Support for college access and retention services Fresh Youth Initiatives, Inc. (New York, NY) $60,000 Operating support for program at which young people create, develop and implement their own service projects The Fund for Public Schools, Inc. (New York, NY) $380,000 Support for their Summer Learning Initiative The Fund for Public Schools, Inc. (New York, NY) $1,000,000 Support for Summer Quest, a summer learning initiative between the Department of Education and community-based organizations Fund for the City of New York (New York, NY) $315,000 Support for their Bronx County Adolescent Diversion Program Fund for the City of New York (New York, NY) $250,000 Operating support for the Youth Development Institute Futures and Options Inc. (New York, NY) $142,000 Support for their youth career development and internship program George Jackson Academy (New York, NY) $75,000 Operating support for this independent school for academically,talented boys, grades four through eight, from low-income families Girls Educational & Mentoring Services (New York, NY) $75,000 Operating support for organization that provides preventive and transitional services for women involved in, or at-risk of, sexual exploitation in New York City Girls Write Now Inc. (New York, NY) $75,000 Support for this writing and mentoring program that matches high school girls from 6

7 low-income families with volunteer mentors, all of whom are published writers Goddard Riverside Community Center (New York, NY) $150,000 In support of OPTIONS Center Good Shepherd Services (New York, NY) $825,000 $400,000 for Fordham/Belmont and Groundwork for Youth after-school programs, and $400,000 for Bronx and Brooklyn LifeLink programs Graham-Windham Services to Families and Children (New York, NY) $50,000 To support their SLAM Justice Scholars program to help black and Latino young men achieve professional, educational and personal goals Greater New York Councils - Boy Scouts of America (New York, NY) $75,000 Support for their Exploring co-ed career awareness program Harlem Children's Zone, Inc. (New York, NY) $225,000 Support for college retention program for young people who have participated in HCZ programs Harlem RBI, Inc. (New York, NY) $200,000 Support for this year-round program that provides sports, academic, leadership, community service and employment opportunities for boys and girls, ages 7 to 18, in East Harlem Heart of Brooklyn Cultural Institutions Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $100,000 Support for Brooklyn Cultural Adventure Program - summer including a pilot middle school program and after-schoolprogram in collaboration with NYCHA The Highbridge Voices Corporation (Bronx, NY) $100,000 For after school choral training and performance program for boys and girls, ages 9 to 18, in the Highbridge section of the Bronx Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $100,000 Operating support for the performing arts ensemble and gender specific leadership development programs Intrepid Museum (New York, NY) $40,000 Support for their Leadership Institute for Today and Tomorrow (LIFTT) program Jewish Home Lifecare (New York, NY) $110,000 In support of the summer component of the Geriatric Career Development program 7

8 Jobs for the Future (Boston, MA) $370,000 Support for their Postsecondary Career Pathways for Disconnected Youth JobsFirstNYC (New York, NY) $350,000 Young Adult Sectoral Employment Project John Jay College of Criminal Justice (New York, NY) $442,143 For Pinkerton Fellows Program John Jay College of Criminal Justice (New York, NY) $1,328,672 For Pinkerton Fellows Program Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Support for teen and college directions programs Korean American Family Service Center (Flushing, NY) $50,000 Support for their after-school program for 60 elementary school-aged children Legal Outreach, Inc. (Long Island City, NY) $250,000 Operating support for organization that provides instruction in the law as a way to assist predominately minority high school students from low-income families succeed in higher education Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. (New York, NY) $25,000 Operating support for an arts-based after school program for elementary and middle school-aged children Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service (New York, NY $100,000 Operating support The Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York, Inc. (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for Tween Academy, an early college and career prep program for middle school girls Lutheran Family Health Centers (Brooklyn, NY) $150,000 Support for the establishment of college access program at Project Reach Youth Madison Square Boys & Girls Club (New York, NY) $350,000 Support for after-school and summer program operations at Madison's clubhouses Mind Builders Creative Arts Center (Bronx, NY) $60,000 Support for program expansion 8

9 Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (Bronx, NY) $120,000 Continued support for the Boys and Girls Clubteen center at Co-Op City, and for their College Bound program Museum for African Art (Long Island City, NY) $25,000 To support the establishment of their Youth Ambassador Internship program The Museum of Jewish Heritage (New York, NY) $35,000 Operating support to the High School Apprenticeship Program Museum of the City of New York (New York, NY) $62,813 Summer internship program for at-risk young adults National Dance Institute (New York, NY) $75,000 For support of NDI's advanced programs that involve talented students from New York City public schools in rigorous dance training The Nature Conservancy of New York (New York, NY) $50,000 Operating support for Nature Conservancy of New York's LEAF Internship Program for City Youth Neighborhood Family Services Coalition (New York, NY) $35,000 Operating support for this group of New York City youth-service providers working to ensure the provision of services for children and families at the neighborhood level The New 42nd Street, Inc. (New York, NY) $50,000 Toward the job training and employment program for teens at The New 42nd Street/New Victory Theater New Settlement Apartments (Bronx, NY) $200,000 Support for their Young Adult Outreach Initiative, a literacy and job readiness program for disconnected youth The New York Academy of Medicine (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for their G.I.R.L.S. program The New York Academy of Sciences (New York, NY) $167,963 Support for their afterschool STEM Mentoring and high school internship programs The New York Botanical Garden (Bronx, NY) $30,000 Support for their Explainer Program 9

10 New York Cares, Inc. (New York, NY) $60,000 Support for their College Readiness and Young Adult Education programs New York Council on Adoptable Children (New York, NY) $60,000 Support for adoption services agency that offers programs to parents interested in adopting special needs foster youth New York Hall of Science (Queens, NY) $100,000 Support for the Science Career Ladder internship program New York Junior Tennis League (Woodside, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school academic and recreation program for middle school students attending public schools in low-income communities New York Needs You (New York, NY) $60,000 Funding for the salary of the Fellows Support Coordinator New-York Historical Society (New York, NY) $60,000 Student Historian internship program NPower New York (Brooklyn, NY) $100,000 To support the expansion of their information technology training program for young adults, ages 18 to 25 NYU-Poly (Brooklyn, NY) $399,762 Support for their Applied Science Promoting Innovation in Research & Engineering (ASPIRE) program Oliver Scholars Program (New York, NY) $60,000 Support for program that prepares low-income but academically talented African-American and Latino youth for admission to independent high schools and prestigious colleges Operation Exodus-Inner City (New York, NY) $95,000 Support for their after school and summer programs in Washington Heights and Inwood Opportunities for A Better Tomorrow (Brooklyn, NY) $225,000 Operating support for its job-training program for young adults, ages 17-21, at two sites in Sunset Park and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn and its collaborative pilot to expand its services with the YMCA in Jamaica, Queens 10

11 Partnership For After School Education, Inc. (New York, NY) $85,000 PENCIL, Inc. (New York, NY) $60,000 Support for their PENCIL Fellows program Per Scholas Inc. (Bronx, NY) $100,000 Support for their information technology trainingprogram for young adults, ages 18 to 25 Phipps Community Development Corporation (New York, NY) $100,000 Support for after-school program educational director Publicolor (New York, NY) $45,000 Support for their COLOR Club, Next Steps and Summer Design Studio programs Queens Community House, Inc. (Forest Hills, NY) $130,000 To support college access and retention program for youth ages 18 to 24 Who have dropped out of traditional high school The Queens Library Foundation (Jamaica, NY) $80,000 Support for the library's career internship program which provides youth with work readinessskills, educational and career information and employment experiences under the supervision of library staff Queens Museum of Art (Queens, NY) $30,000 Support for their Queens Teens program Ramapo for Children (Rhinebeck, NY) $90,000 Support for expansion of behavior management training for managerial and program staff at youth-serving organizations Red Hook Initiative (Brooklyn, NY) $125,000 Support for teen and young adults programs; $25,000 toward storm-related expenses Reel Works Teen Filmmaking (Brooklyn, NY) $70,000 General operating and internship program support Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House (Long Island City, NY) $75,000 Operating support for after school education program Riverdale Neighborhood House (Bronx, NY) $100,000 Support for collaborative college access and internship programs with Kingsbridge 11

12 Heights Community Center Rosie's Theater Kids (New York, NY) $25,000 Support for their ACTE II scholarship program Roundabout Theatre Company, Inc. (New York, NY) $35,000 Student Production Workshop Row New York (Long Island City, NY) $75,000 Operating support for rowing, academic and character development program for high school girls Rubin Museum of Art (New York, NY) $30,000 RMA Teen and Teen Guide Council programs Sadie Nash Leadership Project, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school and summer leadership programs, as well as a "white paper" analysis Safe Space (Jamaica, NY) $100,000 Support for mental health services program for teens at Safe Space s family service center in Far Rockaway SCAN New York (New York, NY) $77,000 Support for its Reach for the Stars after-school program in the Bronx SCO Family of Services/Center for Family Life (Brooklyn, NY) $150,000 Support for Life Lines Community Arts project South Asian Youth Action (Elmhurst, NY) $75,000 Support for programming for at-risk young men at its center and two schools South Bronx United (Bronx, NY) $60,000 hiring of a Youth Development Social Worker Sponsors for Educational Opportunity (New York, NY) $75,000 For expansion of the Scholars Program that provides academic enrichment, mentoring relationships, assistance with the college admission process and leadership development for motivated New York City public high school students from minority backgrounds St. Aloysius Education Clinic (New York, NY) $35,000 For five-week summer educational program for elementary school-aged children in Central Harlem 12

13 Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. (New York, NY) $155,000 Support for their youth employment and education project Staten Island Children's Museum (Staten Island, NY) $35,000 Support for their Intern and Ambassador program, where high school teens act as exhibit interpreters and museum representatives at community outreach events and workshops Studio in a School Association, Inc. (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for its teen apprenticeship/internship program Summer Search Foundation (New York, NY) $100,000 Operating support for program that provides summer travel/education programs, long-term mentoring relationships, college counseling and internship opportunities for high school students from low-income families Sunnyside Community Services (Sunnyside, NY) $60,000 College Readiness Program The Sylvia Center (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for salary of program manager TADA! (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for theater Resident Youth Ensemble program for young people, ages 8 to 18 Theatre Development Fund (New York, NY) $50,000 Open Doors theater arts mentoring program Third Street Music School Settlement, Inc. (New York, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school program that provides children from low-income families with music, dance and voice training The TORCH Program, Inc. (New York, NY) $40,000 Career development and internship program Town Hall Foundation, Inc. (New York, NY) $25,000 For a summer high school internship program that exposes students to different technical and administrative careers through a six-week placement at a professional theater 13

14 University Settlement Society of New York (New York, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school and summer program for 150 middle and high school students The Urban Dove, Inc. (New York, NY) $50,000 Operating support their HiRisers mentoring program that pairs trained high school students with elementary or middle school students in an educational and recreational after school program, and for their College All-Stars program Urban Word NYC (New York, NY) $25,000 Support for Urban Word s college access program that assists students with essay writing financial aid applications, resumes and mock interviews Van Cortlandt Park Conservancy (Bronx, NY) $60,000 Support for expansion of the Conservancy's high school internship program Wave Hill (Bronx, NY) $50,000 Support for their Forest Project Summer Collaborative highschool internship program Wave Hill (Bronx, NY) $150,000 Support for its adaptation of the Science Research Mentorship Program Wildlife Conservation Society (Bronx, NY) $100,000 Support for their Future Leaders, an employment program for at-risk youth Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation (Bronx, NY) $100,000 Project STEP and teen programs YearUp New York (Brooklyn, NY) $150,000 In support of YearUp New York, a one-year intensive education and corporate internship program for 320 young adults, ages 18-24, who have a high school diploma or GED but are otherwise disconnected from the economic mainstream Youth Communication/New York Center, Inc. (New York, NY) $50,000 Operating support for Represent, The Voice of Youth in Care, a publication written by and for teens in foster care Youth Communication/New York Center, Inc. (New York, NY) $153,673 Support for pilot writing program designed to increased students motivation To succeed in school, improve their writing and strengthen work-readiness skills President s Discretionary Grants $237,000 14

15 Total Grants Authorized $22,723,262 15

Grants Authorized 2011. Abraham House (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school and summer programs for children, ages 5 to 17

Grants Authorized 2011. Abraham House (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school and summer programs for children, ages 5 to 17 Grants Authorized 2011 Abraham House (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school and summer programs for children, ages 5 to 17 Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. (New York, NY) $100,000 Support

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