The New York Times Neediest Cases

The Y is proud to be a designated agency recipient for allocations from The New York Times Neediest Cases Fund. These funds can be allocated to individuals and families facing financial difficulties. Social work staff are available to discuss each situation, make an assessment and prepare necessary documents to provide the allocation. The New York Times may ask to publicize the profiles of individuals and families receiving support.

2019 Neediest Cases: She Survived Stalin's Police State. Then, She Found a Home in New York

2018 Neediest Cases: In Her Fight for Education, She Never Lost Her Voice

2018 Neediest Cases: Alone in New York, She Needed a Mattress

2017 Neediest Cases: After Fleeing Anti-Semitism in Russia, Finding Hope and a Home in the U.S.

2015 Neediest Cases: The Y gives one boy a normal summer

2013 Neediest Cases: The Y helps one girl attend summer camp for the first time

For more information contact Victoria Neznansky () at 212-569-6200 x204.