Carnegie Corporation of New York was founded by a steel baron-turned-philanthropist Andrew Carnegie in November 1911. During that time, the Corporation was the largest single philanthropic trust that had ever been established.
The vision of the Corporation is to promote the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding.
They aim to benefit the people of the United States. Their goal is doing real and permanent good in this world and deemed that its efforts should create ladders on which the aspiring can rise.
Sara L. Engelhardt, longtime president of the Foundation Center, has died after a ... She had initially joined the Foundation Center in New York City as ... way to corporate secretary and grants...more
The Carnegie Corporation of New York has announced grants and awards totaling more than $29.6 million.
Second-quarter grants awarded through the foundation's international program include a final...more