The Brooklyn Community Foundation continues to be at the forefront of backing community-based groups with a racial justice lense. Grants for youth are key to its strategy.
A lot of funders talk about empowering the groups they're trying to boost. But here's a collaborative that's really walking the walk in how it makes grants.
The Pinkerton Foundation is a leading funder of programs for at-risk youth and their families in New York City, flying largely under the radar. Its top staff explains how this place operates.
At the end of each year, we like to take a quick look at how NYCT’s year-end grantmaking played out in comparison to past years and speculate as to what might be coming next.
What would grantmaking look like if it was being driven by young women and girls from diverse backgrounds? The New York Women's Foundation and the YWCA of New York are about to find out.
With Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner set to wield significant influence in the new administration, we dig into his family's philanthropy, which focuses heavily on Jewish causes.
Despite talk of more risk-taking and big bets, lots of individual donors still play it safe. We look at a couple that isn't by investing in a public-private effort to change kids' lives in NYC.
Earlier this year, we highlighted how NYSHealth steps outside its priority areas to consider other approaches. But what about the backbone of NYSHealth giving? Where has that been focused lately?
The funder won't invest in three industries that just don’t jive with what it’s trying to do in Brooklyn: private prisons, gun manufacturers, and predatory lenders.
Funding for dance education may be on the wane nationally, but Jody Gottfried Arnhold and her husband remain undeterred. And they're giving millions.