We support a wide range of grantees across all regions of New York State. Search below to learn more about our grantees.
Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo
In 2022, NYHealth awarded a grant to the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo to help provide services and support to the Buffalo community in the aftermath of a racially motivated mass shooting.
Edith and Carl Marks Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst, Inc.
In 2022, NYHealth awarded JCH a grant to support mental health and social services for Ukrainian New Yorkers and refugees at its Crisis Response Center.
Project HOPE – The People-to-People Health Foundation (d.b.a. Health Affairs)
In 2022, NYHealth awarded a grant to Project HOPE for Health Affairs to publish a special issue on lessons learned from the COVID-19 pandemic.
Center for Elder Law & Justice
In 2022, NYHealth awarded the Center for Elder Law & Justice a grant to attend the National Health Law Program’s annual Health Advocates Conference as part of its efforts to empower health care consumers.
Adirondack Health Institute, Inc.
In 2022, NYHealth awarded Adirondack Health Institute a grant to co-host the 2022 Food Justice Summit.
New York University, School of Medicine
In 2021, NYHealth awarded New York University School of Medicine a grant to continue to provide NYHealth grantees with technical assistance in implementing their evaluation activities.
NYC Health + Hospitals Corporation
In 2021, NYHealth awarded New York City Health and Hospitals a grant to attend the American Public Health Association annual meeting.
Auburn Community Hospital
In 2021, NYHealth awarded Auburn Community Hospital a grant to attend the 2021 Press Ganey National Client Conference as part of its efforts to empower health care consumers.