Arts & Culture
Our Arts & Culture Clients
In order to expand the cultural life of their communities and to broaden an appreciation of the life-changing experience embodied in true artistic expression, we have worked to strengthen a broad array of arts and cultural institutions, public gardens, historic sites and dynamic open space projects here in New York and in communities around the country.
New Yorkers for Parks is the trusted, independent city-wide voice for the protection of New York’s treasured parks and open spaces. See how we’ve helped >
West Palm Beach FL saw a small museum open its doors to the public in 1941. Founded originally by Ralph Norton to “preserve for the future the beautiful things of the past,” the Norton Museum of Art now paints outside those early lines. The Norton has a renowned permanent collection, remarkable permanent and special exhibitions, a dedication to curatorial excellence, and a creative approach to arts education. It has fulfilled its ambitious early vision. It is now one of the most active, serious, and engaging cultural institutions in Florida and throughout the South.
Children’s Aid (CA) has served New York’s families, children and teens in high-need neighborhoods for nearly 170 years. Its innovative work as a “powerhouse of solutions” has made it one of the largest, most influential, and successful child welfare organizations in the country. Public acclaim for its work remains unabated. In 2017, Children’s Aid was recognized – twice – for its impact: the prestigious Robin Hood Heroes Award and a Nonprofit Excellence Award (Gold Medal) from New York Community Trust.