We support a wide range of grantees across all regions of New York State. Search below to learn more about our grantees.
Wellness in the Schools
In 2022, NYHealth awarded Wellness in the Schools a grant to integrate more freshly cooked meals into New York City’s school food menu and revise purchasing agreements in favor of fresh food.
Natural Resources Defense Council
In 2022, NYHealth awarded the Natural Resources Defense Council a grant to support and strengthen the Good Food Purchasing Program statewide.
Council on the Environment, Inc. (dba GrowNYC)
In 2022, NYHealth awarded GrowNYC a grant to create a comprehensive language access plan to improve equitable access to healthy food in New York City.
Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty
In 2022, NYHealth awarded Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty a grant to assess and respond to the kosher and halal needs and preferences of food-insecure New Yorkers.
The Hub on the Hill (fiscal sponsor: Saranac Lake Rotary Foundation)
In 2022, NYHealth awarded The Hub on the Hill, through fiscal sponsor Saranac Lake Rotary Foundation, a grant to expand the food hub serving the North Country and connect emerging food hubs across New York State.
Rural Health Network of South Central New York
In 2022, NYHealth awarded Rural Health Network of South Central New York a grant to develop a scalable, sustainable farm-to-early childhood education program model to improve access to local foods and nutrition education.
Health Care Without Harm
In 2022, NYHealth awarded a grant to Health Care Without Harm to support and train New York State hospitals to purchase healthier, locally grown and produced foods and to implement healthy food practices as part of their core business operations.
Global Strategy Group, LLC
In 2022, NYHealth awarded Global Strategy Group a grant to support NYHealth grantees leading the statewide universal free school meals campaign.
Interfaith Public Health Network (fiscal sponsor: Church of God of Prophecy)
In 2022, NYHealth awarded Interfaith Public Health Network, through fiscal sponsor Church of God of Prophecy, a grant to explore opportunities to reduce unhealthy food and beverage marketing in downstate New York.