1.
Alfred P. Sloan Foundation   (New York, New York)
299
2.
Altman Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: New York
248
3.
Andrew W. Mellon Foundation   (New York, New York)
220
4.
Andy Warhol Foundation   (New York, New York)
241
5.
Avon Foundation for Women   (New York, New York)
301
6.
Charles Hayden Foundation   (New York, New York)
270
7.
Conrad and Virginia Klee Foundation   (Binghamton, New York)
Geographic Focus: Grants are limited to qualified nonprofit organizations located in Broome County, New York or primarily serving its residents.
243
8.
Covenant Foundation   (New York, New York)
332
9.
Dedalus Foundation   (New York, New York)
326
10.
Doris Duke Charitable Foundation   (New York, New York)
304
11.
Edna McConnell Clark Foundation   (New York, New York)
333
12.
Elias Foundation   (Pleasantville, New York)
Geographic Focus: While our grantmaking initially included social justice initiatives throughout the country, our focus is now on Westchester County, New York.
212
13.
Gladys Brooks Foundation   (Garden City, New York)
Geographic Focus: Generally the Board will only entertain grant applications from Applicants located in the states of: Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Tennessee and Vermont.
264
14.
Gladys Krieble Delmas Foundation   (New York, New York)
442
15.
Golisano Foundation   (Pittsford, New York)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation’s primary focus for its grants is the Rochester/Monroe County area. Grants are considered for programs addressing the Foundation’s funding interest in the contiguous counties.
461
16.
Haldane School Foundation   (Cold Spring, New York)
344
17.
Harry Chapin Foundation   (Huntington, New York)
269
18.
Hearst Foundations   (New York, New York)
433
19.
Heckscher Foundation for Children   (New York, New York)
183
20.
Hoyt Foundation   (Binghamton, New York)
Geographic Focus: Organizations must be located in, or directly serving residents of Broome County, New York.
379
21.
Ittleson Foundation   (New York, New York)
168
22.
Jacob and Valeria Langeloth Foundation   (New York, New York)
199
23.
Jessie Smith Noyes Foundation   (New York, New York)
172
24.
Jim Henson Foundation   (Long Island City, New York)
234
25.
Joan Mitchell Foundation   (New York, New York)
222
26.
Keith Haring Foundation   (New York, New York)
236
27.
Koussevitzky Music Foundation   (New York, New York)
208
28.
Kurt Weill Foundation for Music   (New York, New York)
310
29.
Lambent Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: New York
345
30.
Laura B. Vogler Foundation   (Sag Harbor, New York)
Geographic Focus: Located in New York City, Long Island, or Westchester
482
31.
Leopold Schepp Foundation   (New York, New York)
327
32.
Lily Auchincloss Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: New York City
502
33.
Mohonasen Foundation   (Schenectady, New York)
182
34.
Nathan Cummings Foundation   (New York, New York)
429
35.
Norman Foundation   (New York, New York)
456
36.
Open Meadows Foundation   (Brooklyn, New York)
313
37.
Pinkerton Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: New York City
211
38.
Pollock-Krasner Foundation   (New York, New York)
152
39.
Prospect Hill Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation’s grants support activities mainly in the northeastern United States.
198
40.
Robert Lehman Foundation   (New York, New York)
179
41.
Rockefeller Foundation   (New York, New York)
Geographic Focus: The Foundation operates both within the United States and around the world.
407
42.
Russell Sage Foundation   (New York, New York)
391
43.
Samuel H. Kress Foundation   (New York, New York)
517
44.
Samuel Rubin Foundation   (New York, New York)
443
45.
Shubert Foundation   (New York, New York)
215
46.
Simons Foundation   (New York, New York)
308
47.
Skaneateles Education Foundation   (Skaneateles, New York)
Geographic Focus: Locally, there are foundations supporting Auburn, Union Springs, Fayetteville-Manlius and Syracuse City schools.
375
48.
Sparkplug Foundation   (New York, New York)
210
49.
Surdna Foundation   (New York, New York)
171
50.
The Adolph & Esther Gottlieb Foundation   (New York, New York)
335
51.
The Fred C. Gloeckner Foundation   (Harrison, New York)
388
52.
518
53.
The Shelley & Donald Rubin Foundation   (New York, New York)
390
54.
The Starr Foundation   (New York, New York)
516
55.
V. Kann Rasmussen Foundation   (New York, New York)
511
56.
Viola W. Bernard Foundation   (Brooklyn, New York)
Geographic Focus: There is a preference for projects and programs in New York City tri-state area (New York, New Jersey, Connecticut). Vermont, Massachusetts and Pennsylvania may also be of special interest.
167
57.
Wallace Foundation   (New York, New York)
291
58.
Weeden Foundation   (New York, New York)
448
59.
Wenner-Gren Foundation   (New York, New York)
320
60.
William T.Grant Foundation   (New York, New York)
322