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.
Edible Schoolyard NYC
In 2020, NYSHealth awarded Edible Schoolyard NYC a grant to provide ongoing guidance and technical assistance to help expand food justice leadership opportunities at an East Harlem primary/middle school.
Syracuse Urban Partnership
In 2020, NYSHealth awarded Syracuse Urban Partnership a grant to support a full-service grocery store within walking distance for residents of the Near Westside neighborhood in Syracuse.
Center for Active Design
In 2020, NYSHealth awarded the Center for Active Design a grant to update Active Design Guidelines to promote healthier buildings, streets, public spaces, and other aspects of the built environment.
Good Old Lower East Side
In 2020, NYSHealth awarded Good Old Lower East Side a grant to conduct an open space awareness campaign and create alternative opportunities for Lower East Side residents to stay physically active during the East River Park closure.
Regional Plan Association
In 2020, NYSHealth awarded the Regional Plan Association a grant to create a statewide baseline analysis of health issues and the existing planning policies and programs that affect health outcomes in New York State.
SCAN-New York Volunteer Parent-Aides Association
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded SCAN-New York Volunteer Parent-Aides Association a grant to expand a resident-driven program for creating a healthier food environment in East Harlem.
Green City Force
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded Green City Force a grant to support two large urban farms in East Harlem and Brownsville and to pilot a training program to more fully engage the local residents that these farms serve.
Brotherhood/Sister Sol, Inc.
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded Brotherhood/Sister Sol a grant to engage youth in East Harlem in a health and environmental leadership program.