These organizations are possible resources for funding national and state projects.
This foundation supports some programs in areas such as youth services and family preservation.
ROBERT STERLING CLARK FOUNDATION
Incorporated in 1952, the Robert Sterling Clark Foundation, Inc. has provided financial assistance to a wide variety of charitable organizations over the years.
The Commonwealth Fund awards grants for projects in its three major program areas: improving healthcare practice and policy, helping people live healthy and productive lives, and helping people become more informed about their healthcare. A particular emphasis is given to projects dealing with child, adolescent and women's health.
The Daphne Foundation invests in organizations that empower community residents directly affected by poverty, violence, and discrimination to develop solutions that result in a more equitable, fair, and peaceful New York City.
FOUNDATION FOR CHILD DEVELOPMENT
FCD has a special interest in children in low-income, working families, particularly those families that are struggling to meet their children's basic human needs. Three cross-cutting themes guide FCD's work: linking research on children and families to formation of relevant policies and programs; identifying fresh approaches to crafting sound social strategies for children and families; and nurturing new generations of leaders connecting child development research to policy.
THE ORCHARD FOUNDATION
This foundation makes restricted grants favoring requests supporting specific projects and programs. The foundation will (very) occasionally provide seed money, operating support, and start-up capital to smaller organizations. The foundation funds in Massachusetts, Maine, New Hampshire, New York, and Vermont (and very infrequently in Connecticut and Rhode Island).
HELENA RUBINSTEIN FOUNDATION
The Helena Rubinstein Foundation supports programs in education, community services, arts/arts in education, and health, with emphasis on projects which benefit women and children.