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The Ali Forney Center

Provides holistic resources and support for LGBTQ+ youth experiencing homelessness, including a 24-hour drop in center, job readiness support, education, health services, and an emergency housing program.

  • Total Awarded $217,500
  • Award Years 2022–2025

America on Tech

Prepares young people of color in underserved communities to be technology leaders through technology courses, mentorship programs, and networking opportunities in order to decrease the economic and racial wealth gap.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2021–2024

Arab American Association of New York

Supports Arab immigrants with community involvement through adult literacy programs, immigration legal assistance, health and wellbeing support services, and youth programming.

  • Total Awarded $100,000
  • Award Years 2022–2024

Arab-American Family Support Center

Provides cultural, linguistic, and trauma-informed social services to immigrants and refugees including adult education, youth enrichment, mental health counseling, and social service enrollment.

  • Total Awarded $235,000
  • Award Years 2021–2025
The Brave House

The Brave House

Supports young immigrant women and girls transitioning to life in the US through peer mentorship, legal advocacy, mental health support, job programs, and parenting assistance to bolster their independence.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2021–2024

Brooklyn College Community Partnership

Connects Brooklyn College with the broader community through a youth development program that co-creates a safe space for personal development and community empowerment through college access, STEAM, and health and wellness programs.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2021–2024

Brownsville Partnership

Harnesses the collective power of Brownsville residents to improve housing conditions, increase homeownership, bolster the socio-emotional development of local youth, and encourage economic mobility.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2021–2024

CASA-NYC

Ensures that young people involved in the NYC child welfare system have their needs met and rights protected through personalized case management with social workers, attorneys, and volunteer advocates.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2021–2024

Center for Community Alternatives

Supports justice-involved individuals with reentering their communities through workforce programs, advocacy, and public policy development in pursuit of civil and human rights.

  • Total Awarded $135,000
  • Award Years 2022–2025

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