The New York Community Trust
The Trust primarily makes grants to organizations located in the five boroughs of New York City. Grants are focused on four topic areas: children, youth and families; community development and the environment; arts, education and human justice; and health and people with special needs. Children, youth and family grants fall into the following categories: social work research, education and practice; youth development, girls and young women, hunger and homelessness, social services and welfare, and substance abuse. Community development grants are awarded to projects in civic affairs, community development, conservation and the environment, technical assistance and workforce development. Arts, education and human justice grants support arts and culture, historic preservation, education and human justice. Health grants fund biomedical research, health services, health systems and policy, and people with special needs including those with AIDS/HIV, children and youth with disabilities, the elderly, mental health and mental retardation, and blindness and visual disabilities. Check out the Web site for additional information.
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