The New York Community Trust



The New York Community Trust was founded in 1924 by the Vice President of the United States Mortgage and Trust Company, Frank J. Parsons, where 12 banks were invited to serve as part of the Trustees' Committee.


The trust focuses on giving grants in program areas including community development and environment; health and people with special needs; education, arts, and human justice; and children, youth, and families.



It has two divisions in Westchester and Long Island called Westchester Community Foundation and Long Island Community Foundation, respectively.

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Recent News from New York Community Trust


The Latest Push for Cities That Are Both More Sustainable and Equitable
Foundation: Surdna Foundation , New York Community Trust, Summit Foundation , Summit Foundation

Conversations about two big national trends—inequality and urban revitalization—are intersecting in new ways within philanthropy. Last year,...more

New project takes NYC's LGBT history out of the closet, and into the spotlight
Foundation: New York Community Trust

The Trust is a community foundation that funds nonprofits with the goal of improving the city. It was the first private foundation that supported the...more

$300K in 'inclusive' grants awarded to 10 SI cultural organizations
Foundation: Altman Foundation, Staten Island Foundation, New York Community Trust, Time Warner

STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. - The borough's premier culture umbrella, Staten Island Arts, has chosen 10 borough organizations to receive the largest amount of regrant funding in its 25 years of service. The...more

Why Is This Giant Community Foundation—and its Leader—So Controversial?
Foundation: Boston Foundation, Foundation Source, Silicon Valley Community Foundation, Ford Foundation, New York Community Trust

The Silicon Valley Community Foundation may be the most intriguing—and confusing—institution in philanthropy today. ..... to connecting these two worlds and called for a “new kind of...more

Horace and Amy Hagedorn Fund establishes Northwell Health Visits Program and Scholarship ...
Foundation: New York Community Trust

This gift – one of the last grants that Amy Hagedorn made during her lifetime – is one of the largest The New York Community Trust – Horace and Amy Hagedorn Fund has given to any single...more

Why Armed Guards Would Be Bad for Schools
Foundation: Citi Foundation , Milbank Memorial Fund, New York Community Trust

By Leigh Ross, Program Associate for the Hive Digital Media Learning Fund in The New York Community Trust. What are digital badges, and why should we use them? In my last post , I explained the basic...more

Green City Force Prepares Youth for a Sustainable Future
Foundation: Citi Foundation , New York Community Trust

Major funding: ALLINBKLYN; AmeriCorps via The Corps Network; Anonymous; Arbor Brothers; Bank of America; Blessing Way Foundation; Brooklyn Community Foundation; Capital One; Celery Design...more

NYC Schools See Rise in Lockdown Incidents
Foundation: New York Community Trust

Comptroller Audit Shows NYC Department of Education Did Not Properly Report Hundreds of Violent ... Department of Education (DoE) is the largest school district in the country and serves about 1.1...more

What Is This Donors' Collaborative Doing to Shape K-12 Education in New York?
Foundation: Fordham Street Foundation, New York Community Trust, Schott Foundation for Public Education

It's hard to think of a community foundation with a longer, richer track record of playing well with others than the New York Community Trust (NYCT). It's long been an important hub of multi-funder...more

Grants/Program Associate
Foundation: New York Community Trust

Howard Gilman Foundation seeks Grants/Program...more

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