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2010 Grants Getting Results

Child Care Means Business

Sheila Fryar-Ashley is going to have even more kids in her house. So why is she smiling?

Reaching New Heights

Emeli Suarzo dropped out of school when she became pregnant at 15, but this fall, she is a freshman at Bronx Community College. Find out more about her journey.>>

Making the Ennis Francis Houses Livable Again

After years of neglected repairs, hazardous conditions, and rampant drug-dealing on the grounds, the residents had enough.>>

Life-Saving Drugs or Plumper Chickens?

Antibiotics don't show up on menus or food labels, but for more than two decades they have laced the food on dinner tables across the nation. Find out how The Trust has helped curtail this dangerous practice.>>



From Jail to Jobs

"No one in my family woke up and went to work. I didn't know any adults who actually did anything."

Can ex-cons lives be turned around?>>

Winning Parity for Mental Health Coverage in New York State

In 2001, Timothy O'Clair committed suicide at age 12, in part because his family's insurance policy didn't cover the psychiatric care they needed. The Trust helped the National Alliance on Mental Illness pass a law that changed that.>>


Results in Brief

Getting fewer pesticides in New York State Parks, training teachers in the arts, helping black and Latino youth build futures in science, winning millions of federal grants for community health centers, and more>>

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