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The Council of the City of New York

Hon. Melissa Mark-Viverito Speaker of the Council

Hon. Julissa Ferreras Chair, Committee on Finance

Council Hon. Julissa Ferreras Chair, Committee on Finance Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget

Adjustment Summary / Schedule C

New York City Council Finance Division

Latonia McKinney, Acting Director

June 25, 2014

Finance Division

Latonia McKinney, Acting Director Tanisha Edwards, Chief Counsel Regina Poreda Ryan, Deputy Director Raymond Majewski, Deputy Director/Chief Economist Nathan Toth, Deputy Director Paul Scimone, Deputy Director

Aliya Ali Nicole Anderson Rebecca Chasan Emre Edev Ellen Eng Christopher Eshleman Jia Feng Crilhien Francisco Sarah Gastelum Kenneth Grace Madina Nizamitidin Chima Obichere Maria Pagan Christina Perrotti James Reyes John Russell Kate Seely-Kate Dohini Sompura Paul Sturm Eisha Wright Norah Yahya

Table of Contents

FROM BUDGET RESPONSE TO ADOPTION: NEW PRIORITIES REFLECTED IN THE FISCAL 2015 BUDGET

1

INTRODUCTION

5

ANTI-GUN VIOLENCE INITIATIVE

6

ANTI-POVERTY INITIATIVE

9

BOROUGHWIDE NEEDS

17

CHILDREN’S SERVICES

21

CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES

23

CULTURAL AFFAIRS

26

CUNY

27

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

30

EDUCATION

32

ENVIRONMENTAL

INITIATIVES

37

FOOD INITIATIVES

39

GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS

42

HEALTH SERVICES AND PREVENTION

43

HOMELESS SERVICES

46

HOUSING

47

IMMIGRANT SERVICES

52

LIBRARIES

57

MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

59

PARKS AND RECREATION

62

PUBLIC SAFETY

64

SENIOR SERVICES

65

SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT

70

TAX COMMISSION

76

VETERANS SERVICES

77

YOUTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

79

APPENDIX

A: LIST OF BASELINED INITIATIVES

84

APPENDIX B: AGING DISCRETIONARY

86

APPENDIX

C:

YOUTH DISCRETIONARY

123

APPENDIX

D: LOCAL INITIATIVE

184

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

From Budget Response to Adoption: New Priorities Reflected in the Fiscal 2015 Budget

A healthy local government’s budget is balanced, transparent, responsive, and inclusive. The City of New York’s Fiscal 2015 Adopted Budget puts these principles into action.

The Fiscal 2015 Adopted Budget is fiscally sound. It includes conservative estimates of future City revenue— more conservative than those of the Council’s Finance Division and groups such as the New York City Comptroller and the Independent Budget Office. Additions to spending made following the Executive Budget’s early May release have been modest. The Adopted Budget recognizes the significant upcoming costs of labor settlements and includes plans for settling labor contracts, which eliminates a major uncertainty that had marked previous budgets. There are reasonable reserves for these labor settlements, as well as reserves for other contingencies. The City continues to adhere to tough accounting standards. Reflecting all of this, the three major bond rating agencies recently reaffirmed the AA rating on the City’s general obligation debt. 1

On February 12 th , Mayor de Blasio presented his Preliminary Budget, which represented the first chance for the new Administration to reflect its priorities in the budget. In April, after holding dozens of hours of Preliminary Budget hearings and listening to testimony from over 40 agencies and the public, the Council released its Preliminary Budget Response. This document specified changes to the Preliminary Budget that should be included in the Executive Budget.

On May 8 th , Mayor Bill de Blasio submitted his Executive Budget proposal. Over subsequent weeks, Council committees reviewed this proposal through a second round of hearings and heard or collected testimony from agency heads, service providers, advocates, and directly from constituents.

Throughout this process—during budget hearings, within the Council’s formal Response to the Preliminary Budget, and during subsequent negotiations—Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito and the Council embraced their responsibility to shape the City’s direction. The Adopted Budget embodies that effort and reflects a new spirit of cooperation, consideration, and drive.

This year saw a noteworthy change to a budgeting process that under prior administrations had grown riddled with unfortunate predictability: the City’s preliminary and executive spending plans would propose big cuts to various services, including youth and senior programs, health services, education, and libraries. Those cuts would then become the primary focus of budget hearings and negotiations only to vanish when subsequent spending plans emerged. This “budget dance” weakened Council oversight and made planning difficult for City agencies and not-for-profit organizations that provide critical services to New Yorkers.

Abandoning the budget dance allowed Council Members the freedom to engage with leaders from City agencies and with the public to analyze and discuss real operational issues. The plan, which baselines many Council initiatives and other services totaling $504 million, is discussed below.

The Council’s advocacy for its priorities had already borne fruit by late spring. When the Administration released its Executive Budget in early May, it included several Council-specific priorities that had been absent from February’s Preliminary Budget.

The Council’s budget negotiating team then took a lead in setting and communicating lawmakers’ collective goals in talks with the Administration. Council Members also worked in delegations with colleagues from their respective boroughs to set priorities and to evaluate and make recommendations regarding existing programs. New initiatives were sought from all Members. The result reflects the

collaborative effort among all 51 Council members who put in hundreds of hours of hard work at meetings, hearings, and briefings to create a budget that truly benefits all five boroughs.

1 The AA rating is from Standard & Poor’s and Fitch. Moody’s is Aa2, which is their equivalent to the AA rating.

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The results of this collaborative effort are found in this document. They represent the culmination of the hundreds of hours of work to identify the needs and priorities of the City’s residents and the resources to effectively and efficiently deliver services. These items include funding that:

Increases Policing on City Streets. The City Council will provide funding to hire 200 Police Administrative Aides to free 200 Police Officers from desk jobs. These officers will immediately be deployed to patrol and enforcement functions, ensuring the NYPD will continue to have the resources it needs to succeed.

Expands the Anti-Gun Initiative. Through a partnership with the City Council and the Administration, the Budget includes funding to expand anti-gun violence initiatives and the City Council Crisis Management System to high need neighborhoods.

Extends Free School Lunch to New York City’s Middle School Students. Beginning this Fall, the Department of Education will launch a pilot program in New York City Middle Schools to provide free school lunches to over 170,000 Middle School students across the City.

Keeps NYCHA Community and Senior Centers Open. The Budget Agreement reached by the City Council and the de Blasio Administration provides $17 million to keep NYCHA Community and Senior Centers open.

Secures Funding for Summer Youth Jobs and Out of School Time. The City Council will support 10,700 summer jobs for youth and will invest $17.5 million to fund 22,000 slots for summer out-of-school time programs.

Expands Child Care Vouchers for Low-Income Families. The City Council will invest $10 million to create thousands of additional child care vouchers for low-income families to ensure parents have access to high quality child care.

Creates Merit Based Scholarships for CUNY Students. The City Council will provide $11.1 million for the implementation of the City Council Merit Based Scholarship program, to provide merit based scholarships to New York City High School graduates who maintain at least a B average at CUNY.

Supports Worker Cooperatives. The City Council included funding to support the expansion of worker cooperatives throughout the City to help low-income New Yorkers become business owners.

Invests in New York City’s Parks. The budget includes funding to hire 80 Parks Enforcement Patrol officers, and for New York City’s parks maintenance and tree stump removal.

Expands Legal Services and English Classes for Immigrants. The City Council will significantly expand services for New York City’s immigrant population. The Council will provide funds to support legal services and English classes for immigrants and funding to support the CUNY Citizenship Now! Hotline.

Creates and Supports Job Growth. The City Council will expand Industrial Business Zones to create new manufacturing business opportunities and support job growth across the City.

Supports Educational Programs. The budget agreement maintains strong support for educational programs, including Urban Advantage and Chess-in-School and will increase funding for Teacher’s Choice by 35 percent.

Supports Small Schools Athletic Leagues. The City Council will support athletic leagues in small schools. This first of its kind investment will ensure schools that serve a more diverse student population can participate in sports programs.

Supports and Expands Legal Services. The City Council secured funds to support and expand legal services for New Yorkers, including those facing eviction, and additional funds to help low-income people and individuals with HIV/AIDS.

Reduces Senior Case Management. The Budget Agreement will reduce case management loads for Senior Case Managers from 80 to 65 per worker, ensuring New York City’s aging population will receive needed support.

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Units of Appropriation and Terms and Conditions

Two achievements of the Council in this budget that are not found in Schedule C deserve special mention:

changes in units of appropriation and new terms and conditions. Units of appropriation are the basic building blocks of the budget and represent strict spending guidelines for the Administration. 2 Therefore, adding or changing units can serve as a major step toward improving transparency at the City. The Fiscal 2015 Adopted Budget incorporates several new units of appropriation in the Department of Education. In addition, agreement between the Council and the Administration has been reached to create new units of appropriation within the Department of Education in the Fiscal 2016 budget.

The Adopted Budget also includes several new terms and conditions. These measures require agencies to facilitate information sharing and reporting as project-specific spending advances. Some of these terms and conditions include:

Department of Education: Charter School Information. Requires the Department of Education to submit a semi- annual report to the Council on the demographics and funding of charter schools.

Department of Education: Financial Status Reports. Requires the Department of Education to submit to the Council Financial Status Reports on a set schedule.

Department of Education: School lunch data. Requires the Department of Education to provide an annual report detailing the total amount of collected and uncollected lunch fees; and the number of school lunches served daily, disaggregated by free lunch, reduced-priced lunch, and full-priced lunch.

Department of Homeless Services: HOPE Survey. This requires the Department to include a question in the HOPE (Homeless Outreach Population Estimate) survey to determine the age of respondents. This is to better estimate the number of homeless youth.

Department of Correction: Jail Safety Data. Requires the Department of Correction to provide quarterly reports to the City Council on violence in the City’s jails.

Capital Budget. Where the Commissioner of the appropriate agency makes a determination to change the location of a capital project funded by Council Member discretionary funding, such Commissioner shall notify the affected Council Member prior to implementing such determination.

Baselined Council Initiatives and Restorations

The Fiscal 2015 Adopted Budget includes approximately $504 million of baselined funding that the Council had included in the Fiscal 2014 Budget for agency operations, such as the FDNY fire houses and libraries, and to support hundreds of programs operated by community-based organizations throughout the City. Prior to Fiscal 2015, the City Council annually advocated and funded these services, which includes initiative that target gaps in services and restorations of budget cuts proposed by the Administration. Most initiatives and restorations were baselined in November 2013 by the Bloomberg Administration, with additional funding added by the current Administration in the Fiscal 2015 Preliminary and Executive Budgets.

Council initiatives are both restorations of budget cuts to City agencies and programs funded by the Council. In prior years, the Bloomberg Administration imposed numerous rounds of budget cuts, also known as Programs to Eliminate the Gap (PEGs), in an effort to balance the City’s budget. The Council restored many of these cuts, including some that impacted agency headcount and spending and others that reduced contractual spending to community-based organizations.

2 The amount of funding in a unit of appropriation cannot be changed unilaterally by the Mayor; a budget modification passed by the Council is required to allow for any increased spending in any particular unit of appropriation.

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Having supported these restorations for years, the Council was instrumental in successfully advocating for baselining major agency restoration such as funding to the three library systems ($106 million); restoration to fire companies ($59.2 million); and restoring school lunch fees ($7.5 million). Other baselined dollars fund hundreds of community-based organizations throughout the City.

Of the $504 million in services that were baselined, the majority of which were in social services, a large portion was designated to community-based organizations throughout the City providing services that range from child care and HIV/AIDS services to afterschool programming and immigration services. The City agencies that include baselined funding for Council initiatives and restorations that are contracted out to community- based organizations are the Administration for Children’s Services, the Department of Cultural Affairs, the Department for the Aging, the Department of Youth and Community Development, the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, and the Human Resources Administration.

Most organizations/providers were designated by the Council in Fiscal 2014. The Council and the Administration have agreed to work together to ensure that hundreds of community-based organizations will receive one-year contract extensions - Negotiated Acquisition Extensions (NAE) – ensuring the continuity to vital services from Fiscal 2014 to Fiscal 2015 all across the City. A list of all baselined restorations and Council initiatives can be found in Appendix A.

Discretionary Funding

The last notable area is the new process by which discretionary funding is allocated to Council Members. While not a large part of the budget, this funding allows the City to take advantage of Council Members’ localized knowledge to better target services to residents. Newly adopted Council rules raise the already high standard of transparency by which this funding operates in requiring that the method used to allocate funding among Members be publicly disclosed. 3

In this budget, each Member is allocated a base $400,000 in expense funding. Members are further allocated an additional $25,000; $50,000; $75,000; or $100,000 depending upon the level of poverty in the district. Poverty was estimated at the Council District level by using the American Community Survey 2012 five-year survey the for number of individuals below the federal poverty level. Each Member was also able to allocate $5 million in capital funding.

This year’s Schedule C reflects, as does the broader budget, the current Council’s emphasis on responsiveness, accountability, and transparency. Our spending plan considers the needs of New Yorkers in all communities, is more transparent in its construction than past years’ plans, and enables Council Members to better serve their respective constituencies.

3 See Section 2.55 (b) of the New York City Council Rules.

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Fiscal 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary/Schedule C New York City Council Finance Division

Introduction

Schedule C designates funding for community based not-for-profit and other public service organizations. Expenditure of any funds for each organization identified in Schedule C is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of: 1) a detailed initial review process; and 2) all applicable City procurement requirements at the time of contract award. Even then, funding may be used only for appropriately reimbursable expenses, as determined by the administering agency. The New York City Council (Council) and the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services (MOCS) have established the following initial review for all organizations listed in Schedule C:

The Council reviews the public purpose for which the funds would be used and for any potential conflicts of interest.

MOCS

requirements.

reviews

for demonstrated compliance with New York State charity registration

For organizations requesting funding in excess of $10,000, MOCS oversees an additional prequalification review process. Through this process, MOCS reviews each organization to determine whether it meets integrity requirements and is in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including charities registration. MOCS also reviews each such organization to determine whether the organization is qualified to provide the proposed services. Organizations that were approved during prior fiscal years will again be reviewed and their qualifications recertified by MOCS in order to receive any proposed funding. Further, for any organization receiving funding through a fiscal conduit, the fiscal conduit must also be approved by MOCS.

For organizations receiving $10,000 or less, the Council reviews past performance, compliance with tax laws, corporate status, any reported investigations, audits, inquiries and other relevant information.

For those organizations identified in Schedule C without an asterisk, the Council has completed its review process and, where applicable, MOCS has preliminarily reviewed or prequalified the organization and any associated fiscal conduit, and the organization has attended MOCS corporate governance, fiscal management and compliance training, if required to attend.

For those organizations identified in Schedule C with an asterisk either MOCS or the Council’s review process has not yet been completed; the New York State Attorney General’s Office has not yet provided the Council with final verification of the organization’s charitable filing status; or the organization is required to attend MOCS corporate governance, fiscal management and compliance training. All such reviews and requirements must be completed prior to contract award.

Further restrictions to ensure the appropriate use of City funds will be incorporated through the City’s procurement process.

All organizations receiving funding pursuant to an initiative will be subject to pre-qualification review and approval by the Mayor’s Office of Contract Services.

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Anti-Gun Violence Initiative

Anti-Gun Violence Initiative

 

Fiscal 2015 Council Initiatives

 

Agency

Initiative

Amount

DOHMH

Anti-Gun Violence - Community Based Programs

$2,528,000

CUNY

Anti-Gun Violence - Evaluation

$250,000

DOP

Anti-Gun Violence - Job Readiness

$647,000

MOCJ

Anti-Gun Violence - Legal Services

$1,175,000

DOHMH

Anti-Gun Violence - Mental Health/Therapeutic Services

$1,300,000

DOE

Anti-Gun Violence - School Based Conflict Mediation

$550,000

DYCD

Anti-Gun Violence - Violence Prevention, Conflict Mediation and Youth Development

$250,000

 

TOTAL

$6,700,000

Anti-Gun Violence – Community Based Programs

$2,528,000

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (816) 114 – Other Than Personal Services FY 2013 Citywide Community members touched by gun violence in select neighborhoods and designated precinct areas.

Description/Scope of Service: This allocation supports a wide range of anti-gun violence programs, including the Crisis management system and provides operational support and oversight of community based providers.

Agency:

U/A:

First Year Funded:

Area Served:

Target Population:

Designation Method:

The City Council will designate post-budget adoption.

Anti-Gun Violence - Evaluation

$250,000

Agency:

City University of New York (042) 001 – Community College – Other Than Personal Services FY 2014 Citywide

U/A:

First Year Funded:

Area Served:

Target Population: Community members touched by gun violence in select neighborhoods and designated precinct areas. Description/Scope of Service: This allocation supports efforts to measure the results of the recommended programs in the anti-gun violence initiative and their impact on the neighborhoods served.

Designation Method:

Funding is provided directly to the City University of New York.

Anti-Gun Violence – Job Readiness Programs

$647,000

Agency:

Department of Probation (781) 003 – Other Than Personal Services FY 2014 Citywide

U/A:

First Year Funded:

Area Served:

Target Population: Community members touched by gun violence in select neighborhoods and designated precinct areas. Description/Scope of Service: These programs serve court-involved young adults, between the ages of 16-24, living in the targeted neighborhoods identified by the Anti-Gun Violence Task Force. The program engages participants in community benefit projects in one or more of the designated communities. It also provides

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

educational, work, team and civic engagement experiences, as well as youth leadership, peer mentorship, life skills and case management. Designation Method: The City Council will designate $129,400 post adoption and has designated the

following providers and the amounts for Fiscal 2015:

Legal Name of Organization

EIN

Amount

Fund for the City of New York, Inc. - Center for Court Innovation

13-2612524

$129,400

Man Up!, Inc.

03-0553092

$129,400

New York City Mission Society

13-5562301

$129,400

Osborne Association

13-5563028

$129,400

Anti-Gun Violence - Legal Services

$1,175,000

Agency:

U/A:

First Year Funded:

Area Served:

Miscellaneous Budget – Criminal Justice Coordinator (098) 002 – Other Than Personal Services FY 2014 Citywide

Target Population: Community members touched by gun violence in select neighborhoods and designated precinct areas. Description/Scope of Service: Legal services are provided in each of the target neighborhoods to support individuals and families to navigate the legal system following a gun violence incident and might include someone who witnessed a crime but is worried about talking to the authorities.

Designation Method:

The City Council has designated the following provider in Fiscal 2015:

Legal Name of Organization

EIN

Amount

Legal Aid Society

13-5562265

$1,175,000

Anti-Gun Violence Initiative – Mental Health/Therapeutic Services

$1,300,000

Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (816) 120 – Mental Health FY 2013 Citywide Community members touched by gun violence in select neighborhoods and

designated precinct areas. Description/Scope of Service: This allocation provides supportive, therapeutic and mental health services to community members touched by gun violence in select neighborhoods.

Agency:

U/A:

First Year Funded:

Area Served:

Target Population:

Designation Method:

The City Council will designate post-budget adoption.

Anti-Gun Violence Initiative – School Based Conflict Mediation

$550,000

Department of Education (040) 402 – Other Than Personal Services FY 2013 Citywide Community members touched by gun violence in select neighborhoods and designated

precinct areas. Description/Scope of Service: This allocation provides funding for school-based conflict mediation, violence prevention, and youth development program.

Agency:

U/A:

First Year Funded:

Area Served:

Target Population:

Designation Method:

The City Council will designate post-budget adoption.

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Anti-Gun Violence – Violence Prevention, Conflict Mediation and Youth Development

$250,000

Agency:

Department of Youth and Community Development (260) 005 – Community Development – Other Than Personal Services FY 2013 Citywide Youth

U/A:

First Year Funded:

Area Served:

Target Population:

Description/Scope of Service(s): This allocation provides funding for programs related to conflict mediation, violence prevention, and youth development.

Designation Method:

The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2015:

Legal Name of Organization

EIN

Amount

Downtown Community Television Center, Inc.

13-2742777

$10,000

New York WEB Center, Inc

20-5620848

$10,000

New Yorkers Against Gun Violence

13-3780848

$30,000

Council for Unity, Inc.

11-2880221

$200,000

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Anti-Poverty Initiative

 

Anti-Poverty Initiative

 

Fiscal 2015 Council Initiatives

 

Agency

Initiative

Amount

Multiple

Initiative to Address Poverty

$2,800,000

 

TOTAL

$2,800,000

Anti-Poverty Initiative

 

$2,800,000

Agency:

CUNY (042), ACS (068), HRA (069), DHS (071), MOCJ (098), DFTA (125),

First Year Funded:

DCLA (126), DYCD (260), SBS (801), HPD (806), DOHMH (816) FY 2015

Area Served:

Citywide

Target Population:

Citywide

Description/ Scope of Service: When allocating funding this year, the Council used a poverty indicator to provide a basis for which to distribute resources among districts. Poverty was estimated at the Council District level using 2012 American Community Survey data, specifically the number of individuals below the federal poverty level. This initiative supports a diverse range of programs throughout the City.

Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2015:

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Council Member

Legal Name of Organization

EIN

Amount

Eugene

71st Precinct Community Council, Inc.

04-3784543

$6,000

Ferreras

82nd Street District Management Association, Inc.

11-3096017

$5,000

Van Bramer

114th Civilian Observation Patrol, Inc.

11-2572881

$4,500

Levine

125th Street District Management Association, Inc.

13-3740434

$5,000

Arroyo

2020 Vision for Schools, Inc.

45-3023036

$10,000

Ulrich

Agudath Israel of America Community Services, Inc.

13-3975090

$10,000

Vacca

Allerton Avenue Homeowners and Tenants Association

13-3101238

$5,000

Lander

Arab-American Family Support Center, Inc., The

11-3167245

$7,500

Chin

Asian Americans for Equality

13-3187792

$5,000

Cornegy

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

11-6083182

$50,000

Maisel

Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation d/b/a Millennium Development

11-3199040

$10,000

Maisel

Bergen Beach Youth Organization

11-2598350

$10,000

Rose

Bethel Community Church

13-3200339

$5,000

Garodnick

Big Apple Greeter, Inc.

13-3733413

$3,500

Cornegy

Black Men Who Care, Inc.

11-3099742

$5,000

Cornegy

Black Veterans for Social Justice, Inc.

11-2608983

$20,000

Eugene

Boro Park Jewish Community Council

11-3475993

$4,000

Greenfield

Boro Park Jewish Community Council

11-3475993

$15,000

Ulrich

Bridge to Life, Inc., The

11-3100048

$5,000

Vacca

Bronx House, Inc.

13-1739935

$15,000

Cabrera

Bronx Parent Housing Network, Inc.

13-4100758

$40,000

Espinal

Brooklyn Ballers Sports, Youth and Educational Corp.

65-1209020

$50,000

Eugene

Brooklyn Defender Services

11-3305406

$4,000

Levin

Brooklyn Defender Services

11-3305406

$3,500

Mealy

Brooklyn Defender Services

11-3305406

$10,000

Menchaca

Brooklyn Defender Services

11-3305406

$5,000

Eugene

Brooklyn Housing and Family Services, Inc.

11-2412584

$10,000

Reynoso

Bushwick Housing Independence Project (BHIP)

20-1518304

$15,000

Cumbo

CAMBA, Inc.

11-2480339

$4,500

Cumbo

CAMBA, Inc.

11-2480339

$6,000

Eugene

CAMBA, Inc.

11-2480339

$4,000

Palma

Care For the Homeless

13-3666994

$25,000

Mealy

Caribbean American Sports and Cultural Youth Movement (CASYM, Inc.)

11-2778372

$25,000

Eugene

Caribbean Women's Health Association, Inc.

13-3323168

$10,000

Koslowitz

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

11-2047151

$3,500

Ferreras

Catholic Migration Services, Inc.

11-2634818

$10,000

Lander

Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE, Inc., The)

11-2444676

$8,000

Ignizio

Center for Arts Education, Inc.

13-3938080

$4,000

Constantinides

Central Astoria Local Development Coalition, Inc.

11-2652331

$37,500

Williams

Central Brooklyn Legal Services Corp

46-5144468

$3,500

Rose

Central Family Life Center

13-3626127

$5,000

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Lander

Chhaya Community Development Corporation

11-3580935

$7,500

Levine

Children's Aid Society, The

13-5562191

$5,000

Mark-Viverito

Children's Aid Society, The

13-5562191

$20,000

Rodriguez

Children's Aid Society, The

13-5562191

$5,000

Rose

Children's Aid Society, The

13-5562191

$8,000

Rose

Christ Church of New Brighton

13-5596851

$5,000

Eugene

Church Avenue District Management Association

11-2835403

$4,000

Johnson

Church of Holy Apostles

13-2892297

$15,000

Chin

Church Street School of Music and Art

13-3693660

$10,000

Mealy

Citizens Committee for New York City, Inc.

51-0171818

$5,000

Arroyo

City Harvest, Inc.

13-3170676

$5,000

Cumbo

City Harvest, Inc.

13-3170676

$4,500

Garodnick

City Harvest, Inc.

13-3170676

$3,500

Levine

City Harvest, Inc.

13-3170676

$5,000

Palma

City Harvest, Inc.

13-3170676

$10,000

Dickens

Civic Association Serving Harlem, Inc. (CASH)

13-3765625

$5,500

Eugene

Claire Heureuse Community Center, Inc.

26-0364816

$4,000

Rose

College of Staten Island

13-6400434

$5,000

Arroyo

Committee for Hispanic Children and Families, Inc., The

11-2622003

$5,000

Torres

Committee for Hispanic Children and Families, Inc., The

11-2622003

$15,000

Greenfield

Community Center of the Rockaway Peninsula, Inc.

11-3064561

$10,000

Ulrich

Community Center of the Rockaway Peninsula, Inc.

11-3064561

$5,000

Eugene

Community Concerns Network, Inc.

20-3419400

$4,000

Rose

Community Health Action of Staten Island

13-3556132

$15,000

Levine

Community League of the Heights, Inc.

13-2564241

$12,500

Rodriguez

Community League of the Heights, Inc.

13-2564241

$20,000

Dickens

Connect, Inc.

02-0694269

$5,000

Williams

Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush, Inc.

11-2864728

$7,000

Chin

Council of Senior Centers and Services of New York City, Inc.

13-2967277

$5,000

Kallos

Council on the Environment, Inc.

13-2765465

$25,000

Koslowitz

Council on the Environment, Inc.

13-2765465

$3,000

Gibson

Crenulated Company LTD, The

14-1719016

$25,000

Ignizio

Cross-Road Foundation, Inc.

13-3634741

$3,500

Dickens

Developing Opportunities Through Meaningful Education (DOME Project, Inc.)

13-3060257

$5,000

Rosenthal

Doe Fund, Inc., The

13-3412540

$5,000

Levine

Dominican Women's Development Center, Inc.

13-3593885

$5,000

Cumbo

Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, Inc.

20-5323707

$5,000

Constantinides

East River Development Alliance, Inc.

86-1096987

$9,000

Van Bramer

East River Development Alliance, Inc.

86-1096987

$22,000

Richards

Eastern Queens Alliance

20-1723492

$10,000

Barron

EDIFY Communities of New York

20-0177748

$30,000

Lancman

Educational Center for New Americans, Inc.

11-3173201

$25,000

Cumbo

El Puente de Williamsburg, Inc.

11-2614265

$3,500

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Ferreras

Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities, Inc.

11-2224539

$25,000

Levin

Episcopal Social Services of New York, Inc.

13-3709095

$3,500

Espinal

Family Services Network of New York

11-2592651

$25,000

Treyger

Federation of Italian American Organizations of Brooklyn, Ltd.

11-2507910

$20,000

Mendez

Federation of Protestant Welfare Agencies, Inc.

13-5562220

$10,000

Cumbo

Fifth Avenue Committee, Inc.

11-2475743

$5,000

Levin

Fifth Avenue Committee, Inc.

11-2475743

$3,500

Arroyo

Food Bank for New York City, The

13-3179546

$10,000

Cumbo

Food Bank for New York City, The

13-3179546

$2,000

Levin

Food Bank for New York City, The

13-3179546

$3,500

Levine

Food Bank for New York City, The

13-3179546

$3,500

Cabrera

Fordham Road District Management Association, Inc., The

26-0117797

$20,000

Dromm

Fortune Society, Inc., The

13-2645436

$10,000

Gibson

Gambian Society in New York, Inc.

13-3904936

$10,000

Gibson

Garifuna Coalition USA, Inc.

22-3890531

$10,000

Barron

George Walker, Jr. Community Coalition, The

11-3341395

$25,000

Dickens

Goddard Riverside Community Center - SRO Law Project

13-1893908

$5,000

Levine

Goddard Riverside Community Center - SRO Law Project

13-1893908

$6,000

Chin

God's Love We Deliver, Inc.

13-3366846

$5,000

Cumbo

God's Love We Deliver, Inc.

13-3366846

$2,500

Torres

God's Love We Deliver, Inc.

13-3366846

$15,000

Matteo

Grace Foundation of New York

13-4131863

$25,000

Wills

Greater Bethel Community Development Corp.

32-0000557

$35,000

Reynoso

Greater Ridgewood Restoration Corporation

11-2382250

$10,000

Crowley

Greater Woodhaven Development Corporation

11-2508190

$10,000

Deutsch

Guardians of the Sick, Inc.

11-6003433

$20,000

Greenfield

Guardians of the Sick, Inc.

11-6003433

$10,000

Williams

Haitian American Business Network, Inc.

47-0939800

$13,500

Dickens

Harlem Dowling Westside Center for Children and Family Services

13-3030378

$3,500

Dickens

Harlem Mother's Stop Another Violent End (S.A.V.E.)

26-0847222

$5,000

Dickens

Harvest Home Farmer’s Market, Inc.

06-1800512

$5,000

Mealy

Highland Park Community Development Corporation

11-3462888

$25,000

Mark-Viverito

Hispanic Federation, Inc.

13-3573852

$30,000

Rodriguez

Hispanic Federation, Inc.

13-3573852

$50,000

Cumbo

Hollaback, Inc.

27-3199988

$4,500

Levin

Hollaback, Inc.

27-3199988

$3,500

Van Bramer

Hour Children

13-3647412

$5,000

Garodnick

Housing Conservation Coordinators, Inc.

51-0141489

$3,500

Cohen

Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Inc. (aka Pride of Judea)

13-5564937

$25,000

Greenfield

Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc.

11-2665181

$20,000

Treyger

Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc.

11-2665181

$30,000

Vacca

Jewish Community Council of Pelham Parkway, Inc.

13-3099520

$18,000

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Ulrich

Jewish Community Council of the Rockaway Peninsula, Inc.

11-2425813

$5,000

Menchaca

Juan Neumann Center, Inc.

86-1081834

$5,000

Lancman

Kew Gardens Hills Community Foundation, Inc.

51-0506762

$3,500

Cohen

Kingsbridge Riverdale Van Cortlandt Development Corporation

13-3097905

$15,000

Vallone

Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC)

13-3609811

$10,000

Mark-Viverito

La Casa de la Herencia Cultural Puertorriquena, Inc.

13-3205023

$15,000

Levin

Leap Inc.

11-3111694

$3,000

Constantinides

Legal Aid Society

13-5562265

$3,500

Menchaca

Legal Aid Society

13-5562265

$5,000

Palma

Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT)

13-3910567

$5,000

Wills

Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT)

13-3910567

$15,000

Rosenthal

Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Inc.

13-1825918

$8,000

Mark-Viverito

Little Sisters of the Assumption Family Health Service, Inc.

13-2867881

$15,000

Cumbo

Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, Inc.

13-5596792

$3,500

Dromm

Make the Road New York

11-3344389

$19,000

Menchaca

Make the Road New York

11-3344389

$7,500

Van Bramer

Make the Road New York

11-3344389

$5,000

Dickens

Manhattan Legal Services

13-2613958

$3,500

Levine

Manhattan Legal Services

13-2613958

$4,000

Mendez

Manhattan Legal Services

13-2613958

$5,000

Richards

Margert Community Corporation

11-2534700

$35,000

Arroyo

Mary Mitchell Youth and Family Center, Inc.

13-3385032

$30,000

Lander

Masbia

20-1923521

$12,000

Menchaca

Masbia

20-1923521

$7,500

Koslowitz

Masbia of Queens

27-0363356

$15,000

Dromm

MCCNY Charities, Inc.

27-5282132

$3,500

Johnson

MCCNY Charities, Inc.

27-5282132

$5,000

Deutsch

Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc.

13-2738818

$15,000

King

Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc.

13-2738818

$5,000

Koo

Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc.

13-2738818

$10,000

Koslowitz

Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc.

13-2738818

$3,500

Maisel

Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc.

13-2738818

$5,000

Chin

Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, Inc.

13-4355067

$4,000

Gentile

Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, Inc.

13-4355067

$40,000

Chin

MFY Legal Services, Inc.

13-2622748

$7,000

Gibson

MFY Legal Services, Inc.

13-2622748

$5,000

Levin

MFY Legal Services, Inc.

13-2622748

$3,500

Levine

MFY Legal Services, Inc.

13-2622748

$4,000

Palma

MFY Legal Services, Inc.

13-2622748

$5,000

Deutsch

Midwood Development Corporation

11-2420752

$15,000

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Cumbo

Mind Builders Creative Arts Center, Inc.

13-2988157

$2,500

Gibson

Momentum Project, Inc., The

13-3556768

$10,000

Cabrera

Mosholu Preservation Corporation

13-3109387

$10,000

Cumbo

Myrtle Ave Commercial Revitalization Development Project Local Development Corporation, The

31-1706307

$6,500

Miller

Neighborhood Housing Services of Jamaica, Inc.

23-7398279

$20,000

Dromm

Neighborhood Housing Services of Northern Queens, Inc.

13-3098397

$3,500

Ferreras

Neighborhood Housing Services of Northern Queens, Inc.

13-3098397

$10,000

King

Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation (NIDC)

13-3110811

$25,000

Cohen

New Bronx Chamber of Commerce, The

37-1443165

$10,000

Levine

New Economy Project

13-3842270

$5,000

Menchaca

New Economy Project

13-3842270

$7,000

Dromm

New Life Community Development Corporation

11-3204890

$9,000

Chin

New York Asian Women's Center, Inc.

13-3286250

$10,000

Dickens

New York Cares, Inc.

13-3444193

$4,000

Chin

New York City Alliance Against Sexual Assault

31-1702032

$4,000

Garodnick

New York City Coalition Against Hunger, Inc.

13-3471350

$3,500

Van Bramer

New York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project, Inc.

13-3149200

$3,500

Garodnick

New York Legal Assistance Group, Inc.

13-3505428

$3,500

Torres

New York Legal Assistance Group, Inc.

13-3505428

$15,000

Garodnick

New York State Tenants and Neighbors Information Service, Inc.

14-1761209

$3,500

Levine

New York State Tenants and Neighbors Information Service, Inc.

14-1761209

$4,000

Greenfield

New York United Jewish Association, Inc.

26-2647383

$7,500

Williams

New York United Jewish Association, Inc.

26-2647383

$17,500

Dickens

New York Urban League

13-1671035

$4,000

Gentile

NIA Community Services Network, Inc.

11-2697931

$10,000

Levin

North Brooklyn Development Corporation

11-2555446

$7,000

Levine

Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation

13-2972415

$7,500

Vacca

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

55-0882599

$5,000

Palma

Palladia, Inc.

23-7089380

$5,000

Levin

Park Slope Christian Help, Inc.

11-2449994

$3,500

Arroyo

Per Scholas, Inc.

04-3252955

$40,000

Palma

Per Scholas, Inc.

04-3252955

$15,000

Levin

Pesach Tikvah/Hope Development Inc.

11-2642641

$5,000

King

Phipps Community Development Corporation

13-2707665

$20,000

Torres

Phipps Community Development Corporation

13-2707665

$25,000

Dickens

Police Athletic League, Inc.

13-5596811

$4,000

Dickens

PowerPlay NYC, Inc.

13-4045021

$5,500

Dickens

Project Enterprise

13-3907579

$3,500

Ignizio

Project Hospitality, Inc.

13-3234441

$5,000

Levine

Project Renewal, Inc.

13-2602882

$5,000

Dickens

Publicolor, Inc.

13-3912768

$3,500

Dickens

Puerto Rican Family Institute, Inc., The

13-6167177

$4,000

Lancman

Queens Community House, Inc.

11-2375583

$3,500

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Crowley

Queens Jewish Community Council, Inc.

23-7172152

$5,000

Dromm

Queens Jewish Community Council, Inc.

23-7172152

$5,000

Lancman

Queens Jewish Community Council, Inc.

23-7172152

$18,000

Richards

Queens Legal Services Corporation

13-2605604

$5,000

Reynoso

Reaching Across the World Ministries

11-3572515

$10,000

Cabrera

Reading Excellence and Discovery (READ Foundation, Inc.)

13-4091062

$20,000

Mealy

Reshaping Our Youth and Adult Lives, Inc.

26-1470495

$10,000

Crowley

Samaritans of New York, Inc.

13-3164464

$5,000

Gibson

Scan-New York Volunteer Parent-Aides Association, Inc.

13-2912963

$20,000

Menchaca

SCO Family of Services

11-2777066

$5,000

Koo

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

13-1624178

$19,000

Van Bramer

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

13-1624178

$10,000

Weprin

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

13-1624178

$25,000

Vacca

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

13-2947657

$3,500

Vallone

Services Now for Adult Persons (SNAP), Inc.

11-2591783

$10,000

Williams

Sesame Flyers International, Inc.

11-2692485

$5,000

Barron

Soul Tigers Marching Band, Inc.

11-0615740

$20,000

Koo

South Asian Council for Social Services

11-3632920

$11,000

Vallone

South Asian Council for Social Services

11-3632920

$5,000

Menchaca

South Brooklyn Legal Services

13-2605605

$5,000

Williams

South Brooklyn Legal Services

13-2605605

$3,500

Miller

Southern Queens Park Association, Inc.

11-2432846

$10,000

Reynoso

Southside United Housing Development Fund Corp.

11-2268359

$40,000

Menchaca

Southwest Brooklyn Industrial Development Corporation

11-2508370

$8,000

Dickens

St. Aloysius Education Clinic

13-3415339

$4,000

Levin

St. Nick's Alliance Corporation

51-0192170

$3,500

Rose

Staten Island Inter-Agency Council for the Aging, Inc.

13-2986994

$7,000

Ignizio

Staten Island NFP Association, Inc.

20-3560375

$4,500

Ignizio

Staten Island University Hospital

11-2868878

$8,000

Gibson

Summer Search

68-0200138

$20,000

Menchaca

Sunset Park District Management Association Inc.

11-3251860

$4,000

Dickens

Take Wing and Soar Productions, Inc.

14-1885605

$5,000

Greenfield

Together We Are

27-0213447

$10,000

Lander

Tomche Shabbos of Boro Park and Flatbush, Inc.

11-3518348

$7,500

Mendez

Trinity's Services and Food for the Homeless, Inc.

13-3401340

$20,000

Mark-Viverito

Union Settlement Association, Inc.

13-1632530

$15,000

Levin

United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg, Inc.

11-2728233

$25,000

Crowley

United Presbyterian Church of Ridgewood

11-3236059

$5,000

Menchaca

United Puerto Rican Organizations of Sunset Park (UPROSE), Inc.

11-2490531

$16,000

Rosenthal

United Social Services of The Society For Ethical Culture, Inc.

13-6161340

$5,000

Mendez

University Settlement Society of New York, Inc.

13-5562374

$15,000

Garodnick

Upper Green Side, Inc.

20-8289407

$4,000

Greenfield

Urban Justice Center

13-3442022

$2,500

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Levin

Urban Justice Center

13-3442022

$7,000

Mark-Viverito

Urban Justice Center

13-3442022

$5,000

Palma

Urban Justice Center

13-3442022

$10,000

Rosenthal

Urban Justice Center

13-3442022

$3,500

Cabrera

Urban Youth Alliance International, Inc.

13-2969182

$10,000

Johnson

VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired

13-1624210

$5,000

Levine

Washington Heights-Inwood Preservation and Restoration Corporation

13-2944830

$3,500

Miller

Wildcat Service Corporation

13-2725423

$20,000

Torres

Wildcat Service Corporation

13-2725423

$30,000

Vacca

Wildcat Service Corporation

13-2725423

$3,500

Koo

World Cares Center, Inc.

41-2024802

$5,000

Lander

Yeled V' Yalda Early Childhood Center, Inc.

11-3050340

$7,500

Koo

Young Men's Christian Association of Greater New York

13-1624228

$5,000

Rosenthal

Young Women's Christian Association of the City of New York

13-1624230

$3,500

 

TOTAL

$2,800,000

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Boroughwide Needs

Boroughwide Needs

Fiscal 2015 Council Initiatives

 

Agencies

Initiative

Amount

Multiple Agencies

Initiative to Address Boroughwide Needs

$2,000,000

 

TOTAL

$2,000,000

Boroughwide Needs

$2,000,000

Agencies:

First Year Funded:

Area Served:

Target Population:

SIBP (014), DOE (040), CUNY (042), NYPD (056), FDNY (057), DHS (071), MISC (098), DFTA (125), DCLA (126), DYCD (260), SBS (801), HPD (806), DOHMH (816), DPR (846) Fiscal 2015 Citywide Citywide

Description/Scope of Service: This initiative takes a multidisciplinary approach to providing for each borough's needs in a holistic manner. Funding is provided to a vast array of approved not-for-profit organizations based on a ground-up understanding of NYC communities.

Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2015:

Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Expense Budget Adjustment Summary

Borough

Organization

EIN

Amount

Bronx

Bronx Children's Museum

26-0579140

$10,000

Bronx

Crenulated Company LTD, The

14-1719016

$25,000

Bronx

Good Shepherd Services, Inc.

13-5598710

$10,000

Bronx

Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Inc.

13-2813809

$4,000

Bronx

Mosholu-Montefiore Community Center, Inc.

13-3622107

$20,000

Bronx

Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation (NIDC)

13-3110811

$23,000

Bronx

New York Botanical Garden

13-1693134

$10,000

Bronx

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

55-0882599

$50,000

Bronx

Osborne Association, Inc.

13-5563028

$50,000

Bronx

Part of the Solution

13-3425071

$40,000

Bronx

Per Scholas, Inc.

04-3252955

$75,000

Bronx

Point Community Development Corporation, The

13-3765140

$23,000

Brooklyn

Black Veterans for Social Justice, Inc.

11-2608983

$38,750

Brooklyn

Brooklyn Alliance, Inc.

11-2145956

$116,250

Brooklyn

City-Wide Council Of Presidents, Inc.

45-4847192

$38,750

Brooklyn

Coney Island Generation Gap Reunion Committee

20-8562533

$38,750

Brooklyn

Doe Fund, Inc., The

13-3412540

$38,750

Brooklyn

Erasmus Neighborhood Federation

11-2490986

$38,750

Brooklyn

Fifth Avenue Committee, Inc.

11-2475743

$77,500

Brooklyn

Man Up!, Inc.

03-0553092

$38,750

Brooklyn

Midwood Development Corporation

11-2420752

$38,750

Brooklyn

Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow

11-2934620

$38,750

Brooklyn

Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

11-2453853

$38,750

Brooklyn

St. Nick's Alliance Corporation

51-0192170

$38,750

Brooklyn

United Jewish Organizations of Williamsburg, Inc.

11-2728233

$38,750

Manhattan

American Museum of Natural History

13-6162659

$10,556