2022 was a year of ongoing—and new—challenges: from stubborn systemic issues of racism, homelessness, and incarceration, to responding to immediate needs such as the arrival of asylum seekers in New York City.
Over 500 year-end grants will address the health-related needs of low-income and underserved New Yorkers, including food insecurity, education access, the mental health crisis, healthcare workforce development, and social services for incoming...
The evaluation report provides updates on implementing strategies for grantmaking to movements and organizations working toward LGBTQ rights in East and Southern Africa, the Caribbean, Central America, and the southern United States.
As jurisdictions throughout the U.S. consider reducing or eliminating the use of pretrial detention and cash bail, this report examines whether crime has increased in places that have implemented bail reforms since 2017.
The Heckscher Foundation Challenge seeks to support partnerships that provide students with a clear path from education to meaningful careers, whether through traditional college-based programs or alternative pathways.