NOTE: 2020 grantmaking cycles have closed.

The full 2021 schedule will be posted at the end of September, but the first Letter of Intent deadline is 5 p.m. on Oct. 16.

2020 grants 


Social Services and Welfare

Caring for the Homeless of Peekskill, Inc., to provide comprehensive services to survivors of domestic violence enrolled in a transitional housing program, $50,000, March


Youth Development

Boys and Girls Club of New Rochelle, Inc., to support the expansion of the SMART Moves youth development program to include middle-school youth, $40,000, March

Latino U College Access, Inc., to prepare low-income Latino youth in Tarrytown for college, $10,000, June

MVP Basketball Camp, to support sending homeless youth to basketball camp, $1,400, June

Port Chester Carver Center, Inc., to support the Junior Scholar leadership development program, $25,000, March

Project Morry, to expand support for Elmsford and Port Chester youth in grades 4 through 12, $20,000, June

RSHM Life Center, to support the Parents & Tots program in Tarrytown, $5,000, June

Westchester Children's Association, to engage young people in voter preregistration and the census, $15,000, March

Westhab, to help justice-involved youth correct errors in their rap sheets, $37,000, March



Westchester County Department of Planning, to support the continued work of the Westchester County Complete Count Committee, $50,000, June


Arts and Culture

Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, to support a series of summer concerts focused on the “Giants of Germanic Music,” $7,500, June

Clay Art Center, to support a one-year residency for an emerging ceramic artist from Westchester, $16,000, June

Copland House, to support the professional growth of a classical composer and the dissemination of classical music to students and the public, $19,500, June

Fine Arts Orchestral Society of Yonkers, for a free concert by the Yonkers Philharmonic Orchestra featuring the works of Beethoven, $7,500, June

Jacob Burns Film Center, to support residencies for two emerging filmmakers, $25,000, March

Lyndhurst, to make access to Lyndhurst free for Tarrytown residents, $7,500, June

SPACE on Ryder Farm, to provide opportunities for emerging artists from Westchester, $16,000, June

Westchester Oratorio Society, to support the performance of Bach’s Mass in B minor, $7,500, March



Civic Affairs

Family Service Society of Yonkers, for leadership development and advocacy training for grandparents providing kinship care to grandchildren, $15,000, March

Ossining Union Free School District, to support a leadership program for immigrant parents, $30,000, March


Community Development

Community Capital New York, Inc., to provide technical assistance and business coaching to low- and moderate- income small business owners in Westchester County, $30,000, June

The Acceleration Project, Inc., to provide free technical assistance and business coaching to low- and moderate- income small business owners, $30,000, June

Women’s Enterprise Development Center, to provide free technical assistance and business coaching to low- and moderate- income small business owners, $30,000, June

Conservation and Environment

Bronx River Alliance, to coordinate watershed management efforts for the Bronx River in Westchester County, $30,000, March

Connecticut Fund for the Environment, to monitor water quality along the Westchester shoreline of the Long Island Sound, $25,000, March

Long Island Sound Stewardship Fund, for a collaborative fund to protect and restore the Long Island Sound, $10,000, March

Teatown Lake Reservation, to provide scientific and technical training to volunteer environmental decision-makers, $15,000, June

Untermyer Gardens Conservancy, to support a youth horticultural program and create an ornamental vegetable garden, $15,000, March

Westmoreland Sanctuary, to improve a 283-acre riparian stream habitat in northern Westchester, $12,000, June

Technical Assistance

Pro Bono Partnership, to support legal education programs and COVID-19 response work for Westchester nonprofits, $40,000, June

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