Previous strategy grantee profiles

We are very proud of the work that the grantees under our previous strategy do for the community. Below are profiles of some of these grantees.

Lifetime Arts is a nonprofit organization working nationally to promote the creation, expansion and sustainability of professionally conducted arts programs for older adults. Lifetime Arts has gained national recognition as a major contributor to the development of creative aging policies, best practices, and information services, artists training resources, technical assistance, and advocacy. Read More

The United Way’s mission is to advance the common good. With your help, we can create opportunities for a better life by focusing on: a quality education that leads to a better job, which provides the income that can support a family through retirement; and good health. Everything we do supports these building blocks for a better life – and that affects all of us. Read More

The mission of JCY-Westchester Community Partners is to enhance the educational experience of children in Westchester County through effective learning initiatives and the engagement of volunteer mentors. Over 500 volunteers at 39 sites in Elmsford, Mount Vernon, Valhalla, White Plains and Yonkers, impact the lives of more than 9000 children and their families in Westchester every year. Read More

The Volunteer Center is a one-stop resource for all things volunteer. For over 60 years, we have encouraged adults to serve, youth to build character, families to bond, young professionals to excel as leaders, mature adults to stay engaged and businesses to address community needs. Read More

Westchester Residential Opportunities’ mission is to promote equal, affordable and accessible housing for all residents of the lower Hudson Valley, including Westchester, Rockland and Putnam Counties. Read More

Carter Burden Center for the Aging promotes the well being of seniors 60 and older through a continuum of services, advocacy and volunteer programs oriented to individual, family and community needs. Read More

The Center for Aging in Place is a non-profit organization established in 2008 to promote the growing movement to Age in Place in Westchester County. Read More

Founded in 1954, Family Services of Westchester offers a broad range of social and mental health services to strengthen and support families, children, and individuals at every stage of the life cycle, from infancy to adulthood. Read More

The mission of the Family Service Society of Yonkers is to be the premier provider of human services through a range of programs focusing on home health care, diverse family supports, guardianship and advocacy for individuals and families, which will enhance their quality of life. Read More

The Graduate School of Social Service at Fordham University has grown to become one of the largest social work programs in the world, offering B.A.S.W., M.S.W., and Ph.D. in social work degrees on three New York campuses and an online M.S.W. Read More

The mission of Groundwork Hudson Valley is to help residents reclaim and revitalize communities with great need through on-the-ground initiatives that provide hope and empowerment. Read More

The Medicare Rights Center is a national, nonprofit consumer service organization that works to ensure access to affordable health care for older adults and people with disabilities through counseling and advocacy, educational programs and public policy initiatives. Read More

The Intergenerational Center at Temple University envisions healthy communities in which individuals of all ages are valued and work together to enhance the quality of life for all. Since 1979 the Center has mobilized thousands of older adults and youth to serve as resources to each other and their communities. Read More