Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation
The Deutsche Bank Americas Foundation administers the philanthropic activities of Deutsche Bank within the United States, Latin America and Canada. Together, the Bank's Community Development Group and Foundation carry out the firm's corporate citizenship commitments through a program of loans, investments and grants. Based in New York City, where the majority of grants are awarded, the Foundation supports nonprofit organizations that concentrate...
Dickler Family Foundation
The Dickler Family Foundation's programs promote grassroots community development abroad; domestic and international reproductive health; and early childhood education in the New York City public schools. They also support reforms related to these programs.
Dorothy F. Thorne Foundation - New England, NY, SC, NM, WA
The Dorothy F. Thorne Foundation was founded in 1997 to support the work of non–profits in the communities where family members live and work. The Foundation is currently active in: New England, New York, South Carolina, Northern New Mexico, Washington State. We value non–profit enterprises that are effective, dedicated and supported by individuals living in the area. Models that are responsive to emerging needs and opportunities are especially...
Dorsey & Whitney Foundation - Multiple States
The Dorsey & Whitney Foundation makes annual contributions to a variety of nonprofit organizations in the communities where Dorsey is located. Contributions focus on organizations, programs and projects that contribute to the cultural, civic, educational and general welfare of each community as a whole, as well as nonprofits that provide legal services for people who cannot otherwise afford representation.
The Dyson Foundation has a major funding program in the Mid–Hudson Valley of New York State that aims to improve and enhance the quality of life in the region for all of its residents, especially those most vulnerable or economically disadvantaged. We define the Mid–Hudson region as including Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, and Ulster counties. We have a particular emphasis on Dutchess County, our home community.
Edward & Ellen Roche Relief Foundation
The Edward & Ellen Roche Relief Foundation was established in 1953 to support organizations serving disadvantaged women and children. Recognizing the diverse array of programs that serve these populations, the Roche Relief Foundation has chosen to focus its limited resources on programs that address one or more of the following: housing needs of women and families; economic security of low–income women; violence against women; child welfare.
Edwin Gould Foundation - New York City
The Gould Foundation is committed to bridging the achievement gap for middle and high school students in underserved communities, helping them enroll in and graduate from college.
Emily Davie and Joseph S. Kornfeld Foundation
The Kornfeld Foundation has determined that its strategy going forward will be to make a small number of substantial grants that will launch or sustain important new initiatives in its fields of interest. Current program areas are: National Palliative Care Research and Training Center, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY, The Robert Packard Center for ALS Research at Johns Hopkins Medical School, Literacy enrichment programs for New York City Public...
Emma A. Sheafer Charitable Trust - Performing Arts - New York City
Performing arts organizations interested in applying must be classified by the Internal Revenue Service as public charities and tax–exempt under section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986. Restrictions: A minimum of three years must elapse between grant awards. No grants are made to individuals, private foundations, governmental organizations, or for matching gifts or loans. Geographic focus: New York City.
F.B. Heron Foundation
The Foundation makes grants to and investments in entities that are engaged in one or more of the following wealth–creation strategies–including emerging opportunities to incorporate sustainable practices within the context of healthy environments–that benefit low– and moderate–income families and communities. The specific wealth–creation and preservation strategies are: Advancing home ownership, Supporting enterprise de...