Hagedorn Foundation
 

Our Current Grantees

HF Initiatives

CoLoKi, Inc
http://www.colokiinc.com/
$70,000 to renew operation and staffing of Freeport trailer hiring site, to be disbursed in two 6-month installments of $35,000 each
Date Approved: December 22, 2010
Adelphi University
http://www.adelphi.edu
$10,000 to support the development of a parent alumni group for the Institute for Parenting’s, Raising a Thinking Child (RATC) program.
Date Approved: December 9, 2010
Fight Crime: Invest In Kids (FCIK)
http://www.fightcrime.org
$100,000 grant per year for two years to continue to expand quality in-home parent coaching programs nationally and for Long Island families.
Date Approved: December 9, 2010
Make the Road New York
http://www.maketheroadny.org
$300,000 over three years in general support for a Suffolk County office of Make the Road New York
Date Approved: December 6, 2010
Witness For Peace 2010
http://www.witnessforpeace.org
Support to sponsor a Long Island speaking tour and delegations to southern Mexico and to Arizona’s U.S.-Mexico border to educate Long Islanders about the root causes of migration and further build the constituency for comprehensive immigration reform.
Date Approved: December 3, 2010
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 1, 2010
Latino Justice PRLDEF
http://www.latinojustice.org
$100,000 to support new and continuing legislation on Long Island.
Date Approved: November 30, 2010
Family Service League of Suffolk County (FSL)
http://www.fsl-li.org
$7,500 towards services for Huntington Station day laborers
Date Approved: November 30, 2010
Teatro Experimental Yerbabruja, Inc.
http://www.teatroyerbabruja.org
$25,000 to support performances of “What Killed Marcelo Lucero?” on Long Island.
Date Approved: November 30, 2010
Early Years Institute
http://www.earlyyearsinst.org
$300,000 a year for three years to launch and build a regional organization that promotes and improves early learning opportunities for young children across Long Island.
Date Approved: November 29, 2010
Middle Country Library Foundation
http://www.mcpl.lib.ny.us/foundation/
Two Year Grant at 70,000 per year. Second payment of two year grant to help support the implementation of Family Place Centers in Wyandanch and Riverhead Public Libraries.
Date Approved: November 16, 2010
Every Child Matters Education Fund
http://www.everychildmatters.org
$80,000 to continue to support the Every Child Matters campaign on Long Island; $45,000 in general support for a multi-state advocacy effort for children’s issues.
Date Approved: November 16, 2010
Drum Major Institute
http://www.longislandwins.com
$400,000 for LI Wins to help change the nature of the immigration debate on Long Island; to help change the hearts and minds of LI residents unsure about immigration issues; to highlight the contributions immigrants make to LI; and to help make LI communities more welcoming to newcomers(includes a $20,000 matching grant to secure new sources of funding).
Date Approved: November 3, 2010
Early Care and Learning Council
http://www.nyscccc.org
$45,000 a year for two years, in general support for Winning Beginnings New York’s (WBNY) public and political will building campaign on behalf of children aged zero to five, with particular emphasis on the period from birth through three years.
Date Approved: November 3, 2010
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: October 25, 2010
Long Island Organizing Network
$35,000 to help underwrite the salary of an organizer.
Date Approved: October 12, 2010
Assoc. for Fundraising Professionals, LI Chapter
http://www.afpli.org
$1000 in support for an interactive panel at Philanthropy Day where fundraisers will collaborate to judge a group of nonprofits who apply for a grant and hone their skills in the process
Date Approved: September 23, 2010
Fight Crime: Invest In Kids (FCIK)
http://www.fightcrime.org
$75,000 a year for two years to enlist and mobilize individual business leaders to advocate for the expansion of quality early care and out of school time programs for children in Long Island and New York.
Date Approved: September 17, 2010
Center for Law and Social Policy
http://www.clasp.org
$50,000 for two years 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: September 15, 2010
United Way of Long Island
http://www.unitedwayli.org
$35,000 to continue funding a part-time Project Coordinator to work with day laborers in Brentwood.
Date Approved: September 14, 2010
National Women’s Law Center
http://www.nwlc.org
$50,000 a year for two years to complete developing and beginning to promote a new national agenda for early child care and education.
Date Approved: September 14, 2010
NY Civil Liberties Union
http://www.nyclu.org/
$50,000 to support the Long Island Immigrants’ Rights Project.
Date Approved: August 24, 2010
American Immigration Council
http://www.americanimmigrationcouncil.org
$100,000 over a two-year period to launch classroom and community-based education about immigration law and policy in Long Island high schools.
Date Approved: July 22, 2010
Early Years Institute
http://www.earlyyearsinst.org
$300,000 a year for three years to launch and build a regional organization that promotes and improves early learning opportunities for young children across Long Island.
Date Approved: July 15, 2010
Build Initiative
http://www.buildinitiative.org
$50,000 per year for three years to support the BUILD initiative in NYS to help build a coordinated system of programs, policies and services for children (zero to five years old) and their families.
Date Approved: July 15, 2010
Public Policy and Education Fund of New York
http://www.citizenactionny.org/ppef
$60,000 to build support for state and local education reform and strengthen the Long Island Education Organizing Project.
Date Approved: July 12, 2010
Family Service League of Suffolk County (FSL)
http://www.fsl-li.org
$19,760 in continued support to provide calendar coordination and tech/admin support for the Hagedorn Video Communication Centers
Date Approved: June 15, 2010
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 staff of two.
Date Approved: June 14, 2010
Farmingville Residents Association
$25,000 to continue building bridges among different ethnic groups in Farmingville.
Date Approved: June 8, 2010
CoLoKi, Inc
$70,000 to renew operation and staffing of Freeport trailer hiring site, to be disbursed in two 6-month installments of $35,000 each.
Date Approved: June 7, 2010
North Shore Child & Family Guidance Assoc.
http://www.northshorechildguidance.org
$100,000 for the Maternal Depression Outreach Project to increase awareness and strengthen advocacy efforts to address the issue of postpartum depression and infant mental health on Long Island.
Date Approved: June 7, 2010
Public Interest Projects
http://www.publicinterestprojects.org
$50,000 in general support for the Four Freedoms Fund with $550,000 for regranting to national organizations working to repair the broken federal immigration system.
Date Approved: May 11, 2010
Tides Foundation
http://www.tides.org
$500,000 to the Immigration reform Collaboration Fund for efforts to improve the civil rights of immigrants and to increase public support for comprehensive immigration reform.
Date Approved: April 13, 2010
Sojourners
http://www.sojo.net/
$175,000 ($75,000 in general support) for Sojourners’ immigration work with the faith community on media outreach, educational resources, advocacy, training, and community dialogues.
Date Approved: April 13, 2010
Brookings Institution
http://www.brookings.edu/
$5000 in support to increase the public’s understanding of how federal assistance funds are distributed geographically on the basis of census statistics.
Date Approved: April 13, 2010
Family Values at Work: Multi-State Consortium
http://www.valuefamiliesatwork.org
$75,000 to help implement a strategic communications plan that supports the education and policy change efforts of the Multi-State Working Families Consortium, a network of grassroots coalitions in 11 states organizing for family leave insurance and paid sick days.
Date Approved: April 13, 2010
Adelphi University
http://www.adelphi.edu
$320,483 to launch the pilot year of the Hagedorn Capacity Building Initiative (HCBI), an effort to provide capacity-building consulting services designed to enable key Hagedorn grantees to achieve their missions more effectively.
Date Approved: March 9, 2010
Voices for America’s Children
http://www.voices.org
$9000 to support Voices for America’s local, state and national children movement.
Date Approved: March 9, 2010
Public Policy and Education Fund of New York
http://www.citizenactionny.org/ppef
$60,000 in support of the NYS Civic Engagement Table, a collaboration between nonprofits across NYS in communities of color to enhance their non-partisan voter registration, voter education, and get-out-the-vote activities by using state-of-theart technology.
Date Approved: March 5, 2010
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: February 23, 2010
Latino Justice PRLDEF
http://www.latinojustice.org
$10,000 to fund education, training, and outreach to increase Latino participation in the 2010 Census on Long Island.
Date Approved: February 22, 2010
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: February 22, 2010
Voto Latino
http://www.votolatino.org/
20,000 to support education and outreach to Latino youth to increase participation in the 2010 Census on Long Island.
Date Approved: February 22, 2010
Shinnecock Indian Nation Fund
http://www.shinnecocknation.com
$75,000 in renewed support for the Oyster Hatchery Project ($23,000), the Cultural Preservation Project ($23,000), and the Federal Recognition Project (also known as the Tribal Enrollment and Vital Records Project) ($29,000).
Date Approved: February 3, 2010
Hempstead Hispanic Civic Association
http://www.hempsteadhispanic.org
$4000 in support of the 2010 LI Census Project for work with NALEO.
Date Approved: January 27, 2010
Workplace Project
In support of the 2010 LI Census Project for work with NALEO.
Date Approved: January 27, 2010
Health and Welfare Council of LI
http://www.hwcli.com
$39,750 to host the Nassau County Video Conferencing Center including operating expenses *Five year grant to cover operating expenses, $15,200, with terms to be reviewed annually.
Date Approved: January 15, 2010
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: January 12, 2010
Early Years Institute
http://www.earlyyearsinst.org
$300,000 a year for three years to launch and build a regional organization that promotes and improves early learning opportunities for young children across Long Island.
Date Approved: January 12, 2010
Build Initiative
$50,000 per year for three years to support the BUILD initiative in NYS to help build a coordinated system of programs, policies and services for children (zero to five years old) and their families.
Date Approved: January 10, 2010

Current Grantees