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1 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 for organization that assists low-income families in obtaining appropriate educational services for their special needs children American Museum of Natural History (New York, NY) $87,000 Support for the Science Research Mentoring Program including a planning grant to assess potential expansion of the program to other research institutions The ArtsConnection, Inc. (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for their Teen Reviewers and Critics (TRaC) program to help teens articulate their opinions through writing Ballet Tech Foundation, Inc. (New York, NY) $40,000 For operation of The Ballet Tech School that auditions talented public school students for ballet training Bank Street College of Education (New York, NY) $100,000 Support for Liberty LEADS, an academic enrichment program for middle school and high school students. Funds also support a new alumni advisor position Bard College (New York, NY) $50,000 Operating support for the Bard Early College Academy that prepares middle school student 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 from low-income families Breakthrough New York (New York, NY) $30,000 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 admission into college

2 Brooklyn Children's Museum (Brooklyn, NY) $50,000 Operating support for Museum Team, an after-school and summer program for children and youth, ages 7 to 18 The Brooklyn Museum (Brooklyn, NY) $25,000 Operating support for its year-long museum education high school internship program Brooklyn Workforce Innovations (Brooklyn, NY) $60,000 Support for the New York Drives and Made in New York programs to teach 25 disconnected young adults job readiness skills as well as preparation for the NYS driver's license exam Catholic Big Sisters & Big Brothers (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for mentoring program for girls and boys, ages 7 to 18 CEC Stuyvesant Cove, Inc. (New York, NY) $25,000 Support towards salary of program director who will oversee Solar One's educational and workforce programs 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 Support for the high school career development program where students are placed in internships in arts-related businesses and non-profits The Children's Aid Society (New York, NY) $150,000 Support for education, employment and life skills services for young people involved in the juvenile justice or foster care system Children's Museum of Manhattan (New York, NY) $25,000 Support for its technology-focused high school internship program The 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

3 Citizen Schools (Boston, MA) $100,000 Support for Citizen Schools New York, an after-school program that exposes middle school children to many careers with the help of community volunteers City Year, Inc. (New York, NY) $125,000 Support of the After-school Heroes program for middle school-aged children in New York City Community Connections for Youth, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Operating support for organization that works with local faith and community-based organizations to develop and operate effective alternative-to-incarceration programs for youth Community Service Society (New York, NY) $150,000 Support for Experience Corps New York at four schools in Harlem Comprehensive Development, Inc. (New York, NY) $125,000 Support for a career services program that teaches work-readiness skills and places students at risk of dropping out in internships Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian $60,000 Institution (New York, NY) In support of its after-school program that introduces design careers to high school students Cornelia Connelly Center for Education (New York, NY) $75,000 Operating support for independent middle school serving girls from low-income families on the Lower East Side of Manhattan Cypress Hills Local Development Corporation, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $150,000 To support Cypress Hills' after-school program for middle school students 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) $30,000 Operating support for its alternative-to-incarceration program for young people, ages 14 to 21 The DreamYard Project, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $50,000 Support for its after-school programs; a multidisciplinary series of artistic programs for Bronx public school students

4 East Harlem Tutorial Program (New York, NY) $75,000 Operating support for after-school programs for youth, ages 6 to 19 East Side House Settlement, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $140,000 Support for a bridge program, including an internship component, to help retain students as they transfer from pre-ged into GED classes. Funds also support a new college retention advisor position located at Hostos Community College Edwin Gould Academy (New York, NY) $100,000 For operating support and to support merger with Good Shepherd Services Exalt Youth (Brooklyn, NY) $100,000 Support for organization that assists young people (ages 15 to 20) involved in the criminal justice system to develop the skills necessary to become self-sufficient, productive members of society FEGS Health and Human Services System (New York, NY) $125,000 Support for The Academy, a program that provides educational, employment and support services for youth leaving foster care FEGS Health and Human Services System (New York, NY) $400,000 Support for CEO s Project Rise, a literacy, internship and counseling program designed to re-engage undereducated and unemployed young adults, ages 18 to 24 (payable over four years) Fiver Children's Foundation, Inc. (New York, NY) $75,000 For year-round education and counseling program for young people, ages 8 to 17, who attend Fiver's summer camp in Poolville, New York The Fortune Society (Long Island City, NY) $200,000 For youth education and employment programs for young adults, ages 17 to 24, involved in the justice system Franciscan Community Center (New York, NY) $60,000 For after-school tutorial program for middle school students on the West Side of Manhattan Fresh Youth Initiatives, Inc. (New York, NY) $60,000 Operating support for program at which young people create, develop and implement their own community service projects

5 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 Getting Out and Staying Out, Inc. (New York, NY) $300,000 Operating support for education, employment and counseling programs for 16 to 24 year-old young adult men who have been incarcerated on Rikers Island (payable over three years) Girls Quest (New York, NY) $45,000 Support for the year-long mentoring program for girls, ages 12 to 17 Girls Write Now Inc. (New York, NY) $45,000 Support for this writing and mentoring program that matches high school girls from low-income families with volunteer mentors, all of whom are published writers Goddard Riverside Community Center (New York, NY) $125,000 Support for Options Center s college counseling program and institute that trains staff from other programs to provide similar services Goddard Riverside Community Center (New York, NY) $300,000 Capital support for the new Options Center Good Shepherd Services (New York, NY) $400,000 Support for after-school and educational, preventive and college retention programs in the Fordham/Belmont section of the Bronx Groundwork Incorporated (Brooklyn, NY) $100,000 For operating support and to support merger with Good Shepherd Services Heart of Brooklyn Cultural Institutions Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $60,000 Operating support for Brooklyn Cultural Adventure Program (BCAP) summer program and after-school program Henry Street Settlement (New York, NY) $400,000 Support for CEO s Project Rise, a literacy, internship and counseling program designed to re-engage undereducated and unemployed young adults, ages 18 to 24 (payable over four years)

6 The Highbridge Voices Corporation (Bronx, NY) $75,000 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) $90,000 Operating support for the performing arts ensemble and gender specific leadership development programs Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House (Long Island City, NY) $75,000 Operating support for after-school education program Jewish Home Lifecare (New York, NY) $110,000 Support for the high school Geriatric Career Development internship program Kingsborough Community College (Brooklyn, NY) $400,000 Support for CEO's Project Rise, a literacy, internship and counseling program designed to re-engage undereducated and unemployed young adults, ages 18 to 24 (payable over four years) Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Support for teen programs Kips Bay Boys & Girls Club, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $450,000 For program operations at new clubhouse in the West Bronx (payable over three years) 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 for its education and youth services programs that offer education and counseling services, summer reading activities, mentoring, after-school tutoring, homework help, art classes and more for school-aged youths The Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York, Inc. (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for Tween Academy for middle school girls Madison Square Boys & Girls Club (New York, NY) $350,000 Support for after-school and summer program operations at Madison's clubhouses

7 Mind Builders Creative Arts Center (Bronx, NY) $50,000 Operating support for this community-based cultural institution located in the Northeast Bronx that provides instruction in music, dance, theater and folk culture research for 400 students, ages 3 to adult Mosholu Montefiore Community Center (Bronx, NY) $120,000 Support for Boys and Girls Club teen center at Co-Op City and agency-wide college retention program The Museum of Jewish Heritage (New York, NY) $25,000 Operating support to year-long high school internship program in which interns learn about museum administration and the importance of tolerance, social justice and civic responsibility in the context of lessons learned from the Holocaust 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) $35,000 Operating support for the Nature Conservancy's four week summer residential internship program 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 New Settlement Apartments (Bronx, NY) $500,000 Support construction costs of the dance studio for their new community center New Settlement Apartments (Bronx, NY) $150,000 Support for the Young Adult Outreach Initiative, a literacy and job readiness program for disconnected youth The New York Botanical Garden (Bronx, NY) $30,000 Operating support for a high school internship program in which Explainers orient visitors, answer questions, perform demonstrations and lead inquiry-based games and activities The New York Community Trust (New York, NY) $200,000 Support for Summer Matters, a public/private match to retain 31 summer programs for middle school-aged children

8 The New York Community Trust (New York, NY) $50,000 For support of the New York City Workforce Development Funders Group implementation of its Benchmarking Project for workforce development agencies The New York Foundling (New York, NY) $275,000 Support for therapeutic program for 16 and 17 year olds involved in the justice system and for the New York Center for Juvenile Justice New York Hall of Science (Queens, NY) $75,000 Support for the Science Career Ladder youth employment program New York Youth at Risk, Inc. (New York, NY) $30,000 Support for mentoring program for young mothers and teens at high risk of becoming teenage mothers New-York Historical Society (New York, NY) $35,000 Support for N-YHS Student Historian Program, a high school internship program Operation Exodus-Inner City (New York, NY) $60,000 Operating support for after-school and summer programs for young people, ages 5 to 18, in Washington Heights and Inwood Opportunities for A Better Tomorrow (Brooklyn, NY) $125,000 Operating support for a job-training program for young adults, ages 17 to 21, at sites in Sunset Park and Bedford-Stuyvesant, Brooklyn The Parent-Child Home Program, Inc. (Garden City, NY) $570,000 Support for expansion in New York City of programs that provide help to low-income families to prepare their children, ages 16 months to four years old, to be school-ready (payable over two years) PENCIL, Inc. (New York, NY) $40,000 Support for PENCIL s Fellows Program, a summer high school internship program for 100 students placed at companies and non-profits Publicolor (New York, NY) $45,000 Support for after-school and summer program where students paint public schools and non-profits and receive assistance with academics and college preparation

9 The Queens Library Foundation (Jamaica, NY) $50,000 For the library's career internship program which provides high school youth with work readiness skills, educational and career information and employment experiences Reel Works Teen Filmmaking (Brooklyn, NY) $50,000 Operating support for filmmaking program that serves up to 180 high school students ReServe (New York, NY) $75,000 Support to recruit, train, deploy and supervise adults who will assist high school students with college and financial aid applications Riverdale Neighborhood House (Bronx, NY) $110,000 Support for construction project for renovation and expansion of teen center Riverdale Neighborhood House (Bronx, NY) $25,000 Operating support for the teen internship program Rocking the Boat, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $25,000 Support for the boat building, environmental education and apprenticeship programs Rocking the Boat, Inc. (Bronx, NY) $100,000 Capital support for phase two of building renovation Row New York (Long Island City, NY) $40,000 Operating support for rowing, academic and character development program for high school girls Sadie Nash Leadership Project, Inc. (Brooklyn, NY) $45,000 Support for after-school and summer leadership programs for young women SCO Family of Services/Center for Family Life (Brooklyn, NY) $150,000 For after-school and summer programs offering leadership development and instruction in dance, improvisational acting, singing, creative writing and visual arts for middle and high school-aged youth South Asian Youth Action (Elmhurst, NY) $60,000 Support for the new Young Men's Empowerment group

10 St. Aloysius Education Clinic (New York, NY) $35,000 For five-week summer educational program for elementary school-aged children in Central Harlem Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. (New York, NY) $100,000 Support for employment and education program for at-risk youth Student Sponsor Partners, Inc. (New York, NY) $200,000 To provide support for young people to attend parochial and private high schools with tuition assistance and an adult mentoring relationship (payable over four years) Summer Search Foundation (New York, NY) $60,000 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) $50,000 Support for its college readiness program The Sylvia Center (New York, NY) $50,000 Support for culinary arts programs for children through teens at NYCHA sites The Urban Dove, Inc. (New York, NY) $40,000 Operating support for group mentoring program that pairs trained high school students with elementary or middle school students in an educational and recreational after-school program Wave Hill (Bronx, NY) $50,000 Support for high internship Forest Project Summer Collaborative program Women's Housing and Economic Development Corporation (Bronx, NY) $80,000 Support for after-school tween and teen programs Workforce Professionals Training Institute (New York, NY) $50,000 To support organization that trains workforce professionals in employment-training for youth

11 YearUp New York (New York, NY) $100,000 Support for year-long program where over 300 young adults, ages 18 to 24, receive training and internships at corporations 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 Represent, Inc. (New York, NY) $100,000 Support for organization that works with community-based organizations to provide legal assistance for youth in the criminal justice system President s Discretionary Grants $146,000 The Foundation Center $ 6,000 Professional Memberships $ 14,450 Staff Discretionary Grants $ 30,000 Trustee Designated Grants $700,000 Total Grants Authorized $12,313,450

Grants Authorized 2012. Abraham House (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school and summer programs for children, ages 5 to 17

Grants Authorized 2012. Abraham House (Bronx, NY) $75,000 Support for after-school and summer programs for children, ages 5 to 17 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

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