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Supporting New Rochelle's youth and families in the new normal.

A grant program dedicated to the health, well-being, and safety of New Rochelle's children and families. 


Grant Information & Eligibility



New Rochelle, New York

Grant Size


Up to $25,000 for supplemental funding of existing programs

$25,000 and up for new or expanded programs



Limited to 501c3 non-profit organizations


Funds to support expenses directly related to the intended program 



About The Program

The RXR Community Fund requests proposals from organizations directly serving New Rochelle residents.  Funds will be distributed from the RXR Building Community Fund, administered by the Westchester Community Foundation (“WCF”).  WCF may require additional information to determine eligibility and will process grants to selected organizations.


Consideration for grants is limited to 501c3 nonprofit organizations, groups fiscally sponsored by a 501c3 nonprofit organization, or other charitable organizations able to receive tax-deductible contributions, such as schools, faith-based organizations serving community needs, and other public entities based in or primarily serving Westchester County communities and residents.


The application provides two different pathways to funding depending on the amount. Grants up to $25,000 will be designated for supplemental funding to impactful programs already in existence, while applicants for grants above $25,000 are encouraged to partner with other non-profit organizations or institutions in the area to either expand or establish new and innovative programing that targets a specific need or population.  


Applications for funding will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis and grants will be issued until the funding is exhausted. Applications can be submitted beginning on Friday, June 3rd, 2022 at noon and will be accepted until Friday, July 1st, 2022 at 11:59pm. Awardees will be announced in mid-August.


Funding will be allocated to organizations that provide various kinds of support to New Rochelle's youth and families, including, but not limited to the following:

  • Safe environments for youth

  • Parental skills support

  • After-school and weekend academic programming

  • STEAM and STEM

  • Leadership and civics

  • Sports and fitness

  • Summer school programs 

  • Arts and media

  • Career and workforce readiness

  • College readiness

  • Financial literacy

  • Mentorship

  • Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and trauma support

  • Conflict resolution


Criteria for consideration:

  1. Organization must be an established youth-serving and/or a parent support program

    • A parent support program can focus on developing parental skills that include, but are not limited to, conflict resolution, child behavior management, anxiety and stress management, coping with bullying, developing healthy habits, and social media monitoring.

  2. Program must have clear outcomes, learning objectives and performance metrics.

  3. The organization must demonstrate its ability to monitor, track and report youth development success through evaluative processes and tools.

  4. The organization is encouraged (but not required) to partner with other organizations.

For any questions, please contact Rich Stein, grant administrator, at  

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