Hagedorn Foundation
 

Our Current Grantees

HF Initiatives

Parent Child Home Program
http://www.parent-child.org
$125,000, per year for two years, to be used as follows: $75,000 to support the New York State Regional Office and $50,000 to support the Family Child Care Providers Project.
Date Approved: December 4, 2008
Child Care Council of Suffolk County
http://www.childcaresuffolk.org
$65,000, per year for two years, in continued support of a full-time director to strengthen and expand the Parent Leadership Initiative (PLI) program.
Date Approved: December 4, 2008
Barry and Florence Friedberg Jewish Community Center
http://www.friedbergjcc.org
$115,000, per year for two years, $65,000 in general support for the Parenting Resource Network and $50,000 to hire two community outreach workers.
Date Approved: December 4, 2008
Adelphi University
http://www.adelphi.edu
$70,000, per year for two years, to support the Institute for Parenting's Raising a Thinking Child program (RATC).
Date Approved: December 4, 2008
Communications Consortium Media Center
http://www.ccmc.org
$185,800 to advocate and engage stakeholders, public officials, the media, and funders through a multifaceted public education campaign on behalf of a fair and accurate 2010 Census.
Date Approved: December 4, 2008
Witness For Peace
http://www.witnessforpeace.org
$48,000 to send a 15-member delegation to communities in southern Mexico in order to help build the constituency for immigration reform on Long Island.
Date Approved: December 4, 2008
Latino Justice PRLDEF
http://www.prldef.org
$90,000 to support new and continuing legislation on Long Island.
Date Approved: December 4, 2008
Shanti Fund
$20,000 in general support of the Shanti Fundís work to promote peace and intercultural understanding on Long Island
Date Approved: December 4, 2008
Fight Crime: Invest in Kids
http://www.fightcrime.org
$100,000 grant ($25,000 as a challenge) per year for two years to continue to expand quality in-home parent coaching programs nationally and for Long Island families.
Date Approved: December 2, 2008
Adelphi University
http://www.adelphi.edu
$50,000 to support the Center for Social Innovation's immigration-related work.
Date Approved: November 24, 2008
Research and Education Project of Long Island
http://www.lipc.org
$75,000 to support a leadership and advocacy training program on Long Island.
Date Approved: November 17, 2008
La Fuente
http://www.nycpp.org
$50,000 to support the Long Island Civic Participation Project.
Date Approved: October 24, 2008
Multi State Working Families Consortium
http://www.valuefamiliesatwork.org
$75,000 to support the Multi-State Working Families Consortium's communications plan and strengthen the nationwide movement advocating for paid sick days and family leave insurance.
Date Approved: October 8, 2008
Research and Education Project of Long Island
http://www.lipc.org
$45,000 to build a grassroots movement in support of affordable housing on Long Island for the Yes In My Backyard (YIMBY) campaign.
Date Approved: September 24, 2008
Every Child Matters Education Fund
http://www.everychildmatters.org
$80,000 to support an Every Child Matters public and political will building campaign on Long Island.
Date Approved: August 25, 2008
Media in The Public Interest
http://www.mediainthepublicinterest.org
$70,000 to provide a bridge for nonprofit messages to penetrate mainstream and alternative radio news coverage and markets.
Date Approved: August 25, 2008
Drum Major Institute
http://www.drummajorinstitute.org
$100,000 to strengthen Drum Major Institute's national and local work on immigration: $42,500 towards local work and $57,500 towards national work.
Date Approved: August 21, 2008
Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy
http://www.scaany.org
$9,000 mini grant.
Date Approved: August 14, 2008
Community Training & Assistance Center
http://www.ctacusa.com
$40,000 to provide capacity building assistance to a select number of community based organizations serving the needs of disenfranchised communities on Long Island.
Date Approved: July 17, 2008
Public Interest Projects
http://www.publicinterestprojects.org
$650,000 in general support for the Four Freedoms Fund with $75k going to its civic participation and $75k communication initiatives, and $750,000 for regranting to national organizations working to repair the broken federal immigration system.
Date Approved: July 17, 2008
New York Agency for Community Affairs
http://www.acorn.org
$200,000 (six month grant) to launch a comprehensive campaign to educate and mobilize the Long Island Latino population to harness its current and future political power.
Date Approved: June 30, 2008
Nassau Consolidation Initiative
$250,000 to reduce Nassau County's Enormous Tax Burden by eliminating or consolidating wasteful and dysfunctional Special Taxing Districts countywide.
Date Approved: June 19, 2008
Suffolk Community Council
http://www.suffolkcommunitycouncil.org
$35,000 to hire a part-time Project Coordinator and support the work of organizing and informing day laborers in Brentwood through SCC's Partners in Unity Project.
Date Approved: June 19, 2008
Progressive America Fund
http://www.centerforworkingfamilies.info
$75,000 to the Center for Working Families project for a statewide education and outreach campaign in support of the economic well-being of family caregivers.
Date Approved: June 3, 2008
Progressive America Fund
http://www.centerforworkingfamilies.info
$63,000 in general support.
Date Approved: June 3, 2008
Progressive America Fund
http://www.centerforworkingfamilies.info
$100,000 in general support for the development of the Long Island Social Justice Coalition.
Date Approved: June 3, 2008
Center for New Community
http://www.newcomm.org
$100,000 in support of a national campaign to discredit the messages of anti-immigrant hate groups, particularly those of the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR).
Date Approved: May 21, 2008
National Association of Evangelicals
http://www.nae.net
$50,000 to convene its Board of Directors in order to develop a more informed and engaged consensus that will allow the National Association of Evangelical members and staff to play a role in the national immigration reform debate.
Date Approved: May 21, 2008
Catholic Charities of the Diocese of Rockville Centre
http://www.catholiccharities.org
$51,500 to continue operating the Freeport Community Worklink Center by maintaining the trailer and current staff of two.
Date Approved: May 5, 2008
National Association of Mothers’ Centers, Inc (NAMC)
http://www.motherscenter.org
$135,000 to support advocacy training to Mothers' Centers members and leaders across the country and to develop a NAMC Advocacy Training Institute.
Date Approved: May 5, 2008
Child Care Council of Suffolk County
http://www.childcaresuffolk.org
$9,000 mini grant.
Date Approved: May 5, 2008
Health and Welfare Council of LI
http://www.hwcli.com
$100,000 - $80,000 and $20,000 as a challenge grant in support of the Smart Government for Strong Families Coalition (SGSFC), a coalition of Suffolk County nonprofits working with the County to develop a more streamlined and efficient contracting.
Date Approved: May 5, 2008
Family Service League of Suffolk County
http://www.fsl-li.org
$16,000 to set up a trailer to convert an open-air hiring site into a hiring and resource center for day laborers in Huntington Station.
Date Approved: May 5, 2008
Long Island Wins
http://www.longislandwins.com
$430,000 to continue educational/media campaign to change the public's perception of immigrants and immigration on Long Island.
Date Approved: April 30, 2008
Shinnecock Indian Nation Fund
http://www.shinnecocknation.com
$75,000 in support of the Oyster Hatchery Project ($23k), the Cultural Preservation Project ($23k) and the Tribal Enrollment and Vital Records Project ($29k).
Date Approved: April 11, 2008
Schuyler Center for Analysis and Advocacy
http://www.scaany.org
$75,000 to provide the public policy and education groundwork for creating a universal prenatal/postpartum care and home visiting system in New York State.
Date Approved: April 9, 2008
Grantmakers for Children, Youth, & Families
http://www.gcyf.org
$100,000 to increase investments in policy and advocacy initiatives for vulnerable children, youth and families (CYF).
Date Approved: April 9, 2008
Center for Law and Social Policy
http://www.clasp.org
$50,000 to support "Spotlight on Poverty and Opportunity" a funder driven initiative to build political and public will to address issues of poverty and economic opportunity.
Date Approved: April 9, 2008

Current Grantees