We support a wide range of grantees across all regions of New York State. Search below to learn more about our grantees.
Fair Food Network
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Fair Food Network a grant to address technology barriers that limit the widespread adoption and redemption of nutrition incentives and produce prescription programs that support the purchase of fruits and vegetables.
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Equity Advocates a grant to ensure that New York City’s emergency food program is effectively and equitably implemented so community-based organizations and food-insecure New Yorkers have access to high-quality food.
Syracuse Onondaga Food Systems Alliance (fiscal sponsor: Syracuse Grows)
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Syracuse Onondaga Food Systems Alliance a grant to develop a five-year strategic plan that expands upon existing projects to support Central New York’s food system, deepens its local partnerships, cultivates relationships statewide, and supports local food projects through a mini-grants program.
Buffalo Go Green
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Buffalo Go Green a grant to expand a partnership between health care and community-based organizations to provide a suite of Food Is Medicine services to food-insecure veterans in Western New York.
Black Farmers United – New York State (fiscal sponsor: Farm Training Collective NYC)
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Black Farmers United – New York State a grant to advance policies and funding streams to improve the diversity and resiliency of New York’s food system.
The Safety Net Project at the Urban Justice Center
In 2023, NYHealth awarded the Safety Net Project at the Urban Justice Center a grant to address barriers that prevent timely enrollment in SNAP benefits for food-insecure New Yorkers.
Correctional Association of New York
In 2023, NYHealth awarded the Correctional Association of New York a grant to improve the quality and healthfulness of food served in New York State prisons.
Citymeals on Wheels
In 2023, NYHealth awarded Citymeals on Wheels a grant to pilot a business model to supply healthy meal kits to organizations that serve older New Yorkers in urgent need of food.