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Signature Theater by night. Photo: Robert Wright
Juilliard School dancers in performance. Photo: Rosalie O'Connor
Jerome Greene Hall at Columbia University. Photo: Robert Wright
Patient exam at Montefiore Medical Center
Free Shakespeare in the Park at the Delacourt Theater. Photo: Joseph Moran
Researchers at Montefiore Medical Center

We identify and fund programs that make a significant impact in four distinct giving areas, working with leaders and organizations to identify new ways to increase access, expand audiences, and create opportunities for both individual and institutional advancement.

JLGreene: For a Better New York

Planned Parenthood of New York City

Planned Parenthood of New York City knows that making effective contraception available to women who want it but cannot afford it substantially reduces unintended pregnancies, abortion, miscarriage, pre-term death, and infant and maternal mortality.

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Vida Americana: Mexican Muralists Remake American Art, 1925-1945

In the early part of the last century, Mexico underwent a radical cultural transformation at the end of its decade-long civil war. By 1920, the country was hungry for a new national identity and the newly established government was quick to commission artists to visually document Mexico’s new era. This ushered in a renaissance of sorts for public art that spoke directly to social justice and national life.

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Our 40-year history is grounded in the vision of our founder, Jerry Greene, to give back to the city he loved. Find out more

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