Grant Recipients

Natural Resources Defense Council

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$3,500,000 over 3 years

To support the City Energy Project.

New York City Energy Efficiency Corporation

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$300,000 over 2 years

To support efforts to advance energy efficient retrofits of buildings in New York City.

New York Restoration Project

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$42,000 over 1 year

To support the evaluation framework for the Haven Project, including creating systems for data collection and reporting.

The Nature Conservancy, Inc.

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$3,970,000 over 2 years

To support the first phase of the Natural Climate Solutions Initiative: Transforming Land Use to Curb Climate Change, a joint effort of the Nature Conservancy and the World Resources Institute.

US Green Building Council New York Chapter

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$700,000 over 2 years

To support efforts to advance energy efficient retrofits of buildings in New York City.

Child Trends, Inc.

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$400,000 over 4 years

To develop communications strategies and materials that raise awareness among state and local policymakers about the importance of promoting policies and interventions that positively influence child health and well-being.

The Nemours Foundation

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$800,000 over 3 years

To support five child health systems to implement innovative community resilience building initiatives.

National Governors Association Center for Best Practices

Awarded: 1/1/2016

$600,000 over 3 years

To support the design and implementation of policies and programs that serve low-income parents and children together.

DataArts

Awarded: 12/7/2015

$50,000 over 2 years

To support the work of a senior research and policy fellow.

Dance/USA

Awarded: 12/7/2015

$40,000 over 7 months

To support preliminary planning for the 2017 National Dance Summit.

Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York, Inc.

Awarded: 12/4/2015

$100,000 over 12 months

To support ArtsPool, a startup which will provide administrative and support services to nonprofit arts organizations in New York City through a cooperative and shared infrastructure.

Apollo Theater Foundation

Awarded: 12/4/2015

$50,000 over 4 months

To support the New York premiere of the new jazz opera, Charlie Parker's Yardbird.