The New York Community Trust connects past, present, and future generous New Yorkers with vital nonprofits working to make a healthy, equitable, and thriving community for all.
OVERVIEW: The New York Community Trust (NYCT) is one of the largest community foundations in the nation. It funds a standard array of causes, but lumps uncommon program areas together, creating a good deal of competition for grantseekers.
The New York Community Trust 909 Third Avenue, 22nd Floor New York, NY 10022. Grant Portal. Application Checklist. Our Grants Newsletter highlights grants made, and is distributed to donors who are encouraged to call us about grantees featured in the newsletter and on our website.
The New York Community Trust has announced fifty-two grants totaling $8.3 million in support of New York City organizations working in the areas of aging services, behavioral health, LGBTQ issues, education, immigrant rights, human services, workforce and youth development, arts and culture
Macaulay Scholars who receive the New York Community Trust Grant are NOT permitted to receive other sources of funding for their internship. Priority will be given to internship positions that meet the following areas: (1) sciences, (2) government, policy and law, (3) social work/psychology.
---- A Brief History of The Trust Since 1924, The New York Community Trust, through the generosity of its donors, has built a permanent endowment to support the nonprofit organizations that make our City a vital and secure place in which to live and work.
PROFILE: Established in 1924, the New York Community Trust (NYCT) is one of the largest trusts in the nation actively supporting LGBT rights. The trust reports total assets in excess of $2 billion and has regularly distributed over $140 million in grants annually.
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