-Ann Unterberg, Trust board member and donor
BROOKLYN PUBLIC LIBRARY: to give library cardholders free passes to museums and cultural organizations.
CARDINAL McCLOSKEY COMMUNITY SERVICES: to provide children in foster care with specialized educational services and clinical support, and help them stay in the same school despite changes in residence.
GRACE INSTITUTE OF NEW YORK: to expand a workforce program for low-income, hard-to-employ women.
HOT BREAD KITCHEN: to allow a business incubator for small food companies to help more entrepreneurs.
INTERNATIONALS NETWORK FOR PUBLIC SCHOOLS: to help teachers improve instruction as well as social and emotional support for newly arrived immigrant students.
NATIONAL BLACK THEATRE WORKSHOP: to transition programs from the theater’s facility to the community as it breaks ground on a new, larger space on 125th Street.
NEW YORK HALL OF SCIENCE: to expand a program for children with autism spectrum disorder and their families.
SUNSET PARK HEALTH COUNCIL: to expand and enhance early childhood services in Sunset Park, Brooklyn.
WOMEN’S HOUSING AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION: to improve home-based child care services.