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Grants

Fostering an Environmentally Sustainable New York City

2009

Added Value • $10,000
Brooklyn, NY
General support to strengthen the skills and leadership of youth in Red Hook, Brooklyn, to shape a more sustainable food system.

CAAAV Organizing Asian Communities • $20,000
Bronx, NY
General support to organize poor and low-income residents in New York's Chinatown for equitable and sustainable development by promoting a community-led planning process.

Green Worker Cooperatives • $15,000
Bronx, NY
General support to build an alternative green economy by developing worker-owned and environmentally-friendly cooperatives in the South Bronx.

Just Food • $20,000
New York, NY
Program support for community supported agriculture initiatives, and advocacy work to develop a just and sustainable food system in the New York City region.

Make the Road New York • $15,000
Brooklyn, NY
Support for the Environmental and Housing Justice Project, dedicated to training grassroots activists in organizing and advocacy work throughout t he city.

Northwest Bronx Community & Clergy Coalition • $20,000
Bronx, NY
General support to advance sustainable and community-driven redevelopment campaigns in the Northwest Bronx.

Pratt Center for Community Development • $15,000
Brooklyn, NY
Program support for the Sustainability and Environmental Justice Initiative to promote community-based leadership for equitable and sustainable development of low-income neighborhoods in New York City.

Restaurant Opportunities Center of New York • $15,000
New York, NY
Program support for organizing, education, and outreach connecting restaurant workers and owners in New York City to the sustainable and local food movement.

Sustainable South Bronx • $20,000
Bronx, NY
General support for organizing, advocacy and development work to advance a community vision for an environmentally just and socially sustainable South Bronx.

UPROSE • $20,000
Brooklyn, NY
General support to organize the multi-ethnic residents of Sunset Park, particularly the youth, to plan and create a more environmentally just neighborhood and city.

Urban Agenda • $20,000
New York, NY
General support to forge strategic environmental justice and labor alliances, and to develop a broad-based campaign to create green collar jobs.

Youth Ministries for Peace and Justice • $20,000
Bronx, NY
General support to serve and organize youth of color and their families to promote environmentally- and socially-just redevelopment in the South Bronx.