The Bob Woodruff Foundation is the nonprofit dedicated to ensuring injured service members and their families are thriving long after they return home. A national organization with grassroots reach, the Bob Woodruff Foundation complements the work of the federal government—diligently navigating the maze of more than 40,000 nonprofits providing services to veterans—finds, funds and shapes innovative programs, and holds them accountable for results. The Bob Woodruff Foundation was co-founded in 2006 by award-winning anchor Bob Woodruff and his family, whose own experiences inspired them to help make sure our nation’s heroes have access to the high level of support and resources they deserve, for as long as they need it.
Community Healthcare Network is a not-for-profit organization providing New Yorkers with health care and services. CHN’s network is made up of 13 federally qualified health centers throughout Brooklyn, the Bronx, Queens, and Manhattan, along with a fleet of mobile vans that bring health services to underserved people in need throughout New York City. We provide judgment-free, high-quality healthcare, without regard to race, religion, orientation, gender identity, immigration status or ability to pay. We turn no one away.
In 1983 a group of caring New Yorkers founded Jericho Project. Growing from our genesis as a small housing program that helped homeless men and women move off the street, Jericho now provides nearly 600 units of supportive housing as well as significant life-changing services to over 1,000 homeless and at-risk adults and children throughout New York City.
The goal of Jericho’s Veterans Initiative is to increase supportive and affordable housing options and to create employment opportunities for homeless and low-income veterans in New York City.
The New York State Health Foundation seeks to improve the health of all New Yorkers. We are committed not only to making grants, but also to making a difference beyond our grant dollars: informing health care policy and practice, spreading effective programs that work to improve the health system, serving as a convener of health leaders across the State, and providing technical assistance to our grantees and partners.
Robin Hood is New York’s largest poverty-fighting organization, and since 1988 has focused on finding, funding, and creating programs and schools that generate meaningful results for families in New York’s poorest neighborhoods. Since its founding, Robin Hood has distributed more than $1.45 billion in grants and initiatives to hundreds of New York City-based soup kitchens, homeless shelters, schools, job training programs, and other vital services that give New York’s neediest citizens the tools they need to build better lives for themselves and their families.
Services for the UnderServed drives scalable solutions to transform the lives of people with disabilities, people in poverty and people facing homelessness: solutions that contribute to righting societal imbalances. Since 1978, SUS has been providing services for people in and around New York City whose lives have been unsettled by circumstances beyond their control. Since then, our growth has been driven by the growth in needs and their complexity. Every day brings fresh opportunities to address these needs one person at a time.
Established in the summer of 1950, The New York Bar Foundation is a nonprofit, philanthropic organization that receives charitable contributions from individuals, law firms, corporations or other entities and provides grants to further its goals of promoting and advancing the following: Service to the public; Improvements in the administration of justice; Legal research and education; High standards of professional ethics; Public understanding of legal heritage.