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The Aging in New York Fund has benefited from the generosity of many foundations and corporations since its beginnings as The Fund for Aging Services. A public/private partnership, it has been the recipient of significant grants in support of model programs and initiatives that have been incubated and tested in response to the changing needs of New York City’s older adults.

Abbott Laboratories

Aetna Foundation

Brooklyn Cyclones

Dorothy and Marty Silverman Foundation

Emblem Health

Fan Fox and Leslie R. Samuels Foundation

FJC

Forest Laboratories

HealthFirst

Margaret Cargill Foundation

Max and Victoria Dreyfus Foundation

Reader’s Digest Partners for Sight Foundation

Riese Restaurants

The New York Community Trust

Wellcare

Special thanks to the Port Authority of NY/NJ and JFK Airport for its longstanding participation in the Cellular Recycling Program. For nearly a decade, the Port Authority has been donating its lost cell phones and other technology to support the Aging in New York Fund.

If your company is interested in supporting the Aging in New York Fund through this program, please contact lglickhouse@aging.nyc.gov.

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