Mayor's Fund to Advance New York City
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The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City, chaired by First Lady Chirlane McCray, is a 501(c) (3) nonprofit organization that facilitates high-impact public-private partnerships throughout New York City's five boroughs. The Fund leverages individual, philanthropic, and corporate partnerships to support public programs advancing key Mayoral and agency priorities. The Fund is focused on supporting public programs in areas including mental health, youth workforce development, immigration and citizenship, domestic violence, financial empowerment and support for young men and women of color.

To learn more about our work, read the 2014 Year in Review.

Nonprofit Arts and Media Grants
Find out how you can receive a $50,000 grant for your arts or film project through Teamsters Local 817 and the Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment.
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Pre-K Enrollment
On April 2, 2014, Mayor de Blasio announced the expansion of high quality full-day pre-kindergarten for children and families across our City.
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Young Men's Initiative
YMI connects young black and Latino men to educational, employment, and mentoring opportunities across more than a dozen City agencies.
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UpStander Campaign
We all play a role in combatting intimate partner violence, and New York City is launching a campaign to ensure that no one is a bystander.
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I'm a Girl
NYC becomes the first city in the nation to launch a girls’ body image & self-esteem campaign.
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Home Repair
In the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy, a home repair program has been created to assist residents whose properties were damaged.
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What can the power of public-private partnerships do for NYC? Read our 2014 Year in Review to find out how the Mayor's Fund is making a difference in your neighborhood.

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