Pivotal Place: New York City

The Fund Revises its New York City Program Guidelines

Short Description: 

The Rockefeller Brothers Fund has made revisions to its Pivotal Place: New York City Program guidelines. Recognizing the many accomplishments of our grantees and the Fund's interest in concentrating limited resources on other areas in which we are currently working to achieve greater impact, the RBF will conclude its grantmaking of civic and political participation of immigrant communities in New York City.

Recognizing the many accomplishments of our grantees and the Fund's interest in concentrating limited resources on other areas in which we are currently working to achieve greater impact, the RBF will conclude its grantmaking of civic and political participation of immigrant communities in New York City.

Publish Date: 
01/05/2015

Charles E. Culpeper Arts and Culture Grants Impact Assessment Published

Short Description: 

AKA|Strategy and NEXT: Transition Advisors conducted a review of the Culpeper Arts and Culture Grants from 2003 to 2013. The review of grantmaking is intended to provide an understanding of the Fund’s place in the field, the evolution of the program, the strengths and weaknesses its strategies and grantmaking, an assessment of the contributions of Fund's grantees to progress in the field, and possible approaches going forward. 

In 2003, the board of the Rockefeller Brothers Fund approved the addition of the Charles E. Culpeper Arts and Culture Grants to the Pivotal Place: New York City program, to foster an environment in which artists and the creative process could flourish, and to sustain and advance small and midsize cultural organizations, particularly those that are community based and/or culturally specific.

Publish Date: 
09/09/2014
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