As the only statewide health foundation in New York, we support a wide range of grantees across all regions of the State. Search below to learn more about our grantees.
Neighborhoods First Fund (fiscal sponsor: Neighborhoods First Fund for Community Board Planning)
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded a grant to the Neighborhoods First Fund in support of a funding coalition that partners with community-based organizations in efforts toward healthier communities in New York City.
National Academy of Sciences
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the National Academy of Sciences a grant in further support of the Roundtable on Population Health Improvement and its efforts to advance innovative population health strategies.
African Heritage Economic Initiative (African Heritage Food Co-op)
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the African Heritage Food Co-op a grant to expand a food co-op in the North End of Niagara Falls to increase access to nutritious foods for residents.
Lenox Hill Neighborhood House
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded Lenox Hill Neighborhood House a grant to further scale up The Teaching Kitchen, a program to help nonprofit institutional food service organizations serve healthy, local food to low-income New Yorkers.
CVPH Medical Center Foundation, Inc. (dba The Foundation of Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital)
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded The Foundation of Champlain Valley Physicians Hospital a grant to further a series of trails to increase physical activity opportunities for residents of Clinton County.
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded Pace University a grant to support the Food Law Initiative in offering pro bono legal assistance to small businesses, nonprofits, and community groups working to expand access to nutritious foods in underserved communities in New York City.
Fund for Public Housing Inc.
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Fund for Public Housing a grant in support of a food delivery service pilot to improve healthy food access and options for residents of New York City Housing Authority sites.
Council on the Environment, Inc. (GrowNYC)
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded GrowNYC a grant to expand its programs that make healthy, local foods available to more New Yorkers and prepare for the opening of the New York State Regional Food Hub.