The 112th annual campaign of
The New York Times Communities Fund
Formerly known as The Neediest Cases Fund, The New York Times Communities Fund supports local, national and global nonprofits that help people improve their circumstances and lead enriching lives. Thanks to The Times’s generous readers, the fund has raised more than $330 million since it was established in 1911. We collaborate with Focusing Philanthropy to maximize impact. All donations go to nonprofits that provide assistance to people and communities facing hardship.
For our 2023-24 campaign, the fund is working with the following 10 nonprofits to provide direct support.
$334 helps address the teen mental health crisis via counseling, a support hotline, and more for a young adult in need. $167 provides a New York senior with vital services to combat social isolation including transportation, technological support, companionship, and cultural enrichment...Learn more
The first $750,000 contributed will fight the homelessness crisis in New York City and beyond, helping more families transition out of the shelter system and into affordable housing. Additional donations fund legal representation and assistance for immigrants and refugees...Learn more
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