Change Capital Fund is working in partnership with New York City government to help grantees implement their initiatives and to advance public policies and practices related to neighborhood-level anti-poverty efforts.
Kate Dempsey, Director of Strategy & Operations for the NYC Center for Economic Opportunity (CEO), is an ex officio member of the donor collaborative and is working with CCF to provide grantees with access to city agencies and data. CEO is especially interested in CCF’s evidence-based approach that has an impact beyond the individual served.
“Having worked with CCF and its grantees over the past year, I believe we’ll not only see the grantees efforts literally pay off by moving individuals and communities up the economic ladder, but we’ll also see the kinds of evidence-based solutions that the administration can further in other places. What else can we ask for in a partnership!,” says Kate Dempsey.
Change Capital Fund grantees partner and leverage support from numerous City and State agencies to provide integrated programming to the residents in their neighborhoods. Grantees’ funders and partners include:
New York City: NYC Council; the City University of NY; NYC Department of City Planning; NYC Department of Education; Department of Housing Preservation and Development; Department of Youth and Community Development; NYC Department of Homeless Services; NYC Economic Development Corporation; NYC Human Resources Administration; the NYC Housing Authority; NYC Department of Small Business Services; Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice, NYC Mayor’s Office of Housing Recovery Operations.
New York State: NYS Department of Education; the NYS Division of Housing and Community Renewal; the NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance; NYS Department of Labor; NYS Attorney General; NYS Department of Agriculture and Markets; NYS Department of State; NYS Higher Education Services Corporation; NYS Homes and Community Renewal; NYS Office of Children and Family Services; NYS Office of Temporary and Disability Assistance; the Dormitory Authority of the State of NY.