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Whether you're a nonprofit, a parent of a student, a policymaker, or a neighbor, NYU has resources and opportunities to offer you.

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The NYU Community Fund is NYU's workplace charitable giving program.

Every year, NYU's workplace charitable giving program (called the Community Fund) supports local nonprofits and programs such as the Grace Opportunity (GO) Project, which provides academic support to at-risk public school students from the Lower East Side area.

Dental Van

NYU Government Affairs links elected officials (like Council Member Fernando Cabrera, left) to initiatives like the Smiling Face, Going Places van, which has brought free oral health preventative care and educational programs to over 20,000 NYC kids since 2000. NYU's College of Dentistry offers free exams, workshops, health fairs, and other resources to NYC parents and children year-round.

Senior Health Forum

In partnership with VillageCare, NYU offers a Senior Health Forum for local seniors each year, featuring a panel of health experts.

Jumpstart

Hundreds of NYU students work in local NYC pre-K and elementary school classrooms each year via Jumpstart and America Reads and Counts.

Covenant House Community Fund

The Community Fund, NYU's employee giving program, supports organizations like Covenant House, which provides food, shelter, healthcare, and other services to homeless youth.