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.
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.
Field & Fork Network
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded a grant to the Field & Fork Network to help implement the Niagara Falls Local Food Action Plan.
Clinton County Health Department
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Clinton County Health Department a grant to help Clinton County residents access newly activated spaces and food hubs throughout the county to improve their health.
SCAN New York
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded SCAN New York a grant to help East Harlem residents create a healthier food environment and culture in their neighborhood.
Collective for Community, Culture and Environment
In 2019, NYSHealth awarded the Collective for Community, Culture and Environment a grant to help residents and community-based organizations on the Lower East Side participate in the development of zoning plans and affordable housing provisions that promote health.
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.