Nonprofit or community organization
Last modified: March 2, 2012, 5:00 PM
We are New York City's community foundation, and are the largest private funder of City nonprofits. Through the generosity of New Yorkers, past and present, who set up charitable funds with us, we are able make grants for a huge range of charitable activity so important to the well-being and vitality of our city. Since 1924, The Trust has helped make donors' charitable dreams come true by funding the nonprofits that make our city a vital and secure place. We ended 2010 with assets of $1.9 billion in nearly 2,000 charitable funds, and made grants totaling $141 million.
Arts, Energy conservation, Drug abuse, Disability, Mental health, Environment, Community development, Philanthropy, Museums and history, Veterans, Urban, Immigration, Women, Animals, Human rights and civil liberties, Youth, Housing and homelessness, Seniors and retirement, Poverty and hunger, Family, Economic development, Research and science, Health and medicine, Civic engagement, Education