A special Thank You to the following private foundations, corporations, and institutions who have generously supported us! 

 

Brooklyn Society of Friends

Calvert Giving Fund

The Charles Hayden Foundation

Councilman Andrew Cohen, District 11

The Delaney Sisters Fund

Former Councilman G. Oliver Koppell, District 11

Eileen Fisher Foundation

Fidelity Charitable Gift

Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church

Glickenhaus Foundation

The Hecksher Foundation for Children

The Hyde and Watson Foundation 

The Laura B. Vogler Foundation

Marble Collegiate Church

National Basketball Association

New York Community Trust

The New Yankee Stadium Community Benefits Fund

The New York Foundation

The New York Yankees Foundation

The Pinkerton Foundation

Ridgewood Savings Bank

Robert Bowne Foundation

St. James Church

 

 

Supporters

 

The Knox Gates Neighborhood Association (KGNA) is a

501(c)(3) non-profit organization, supported by private foundations,corporations, and individuals who value the power and promise of our youth and the difference that The COVE is making in our community.

 

All contributions made to the

Knox Gates Neighborhood Association/The COVE are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law and will be acknowledged in writing.

Special Thanks

 

Heartfelt  thanks to our long time supporter, The Robert Bowne Foundation.  To Anne Lawrence, Diane Kangiser, and the entire team at the Bowne Foundation, there will never be enough words to express our gratitude for such guidance, insight and above all, friendships that have evolved! We at KGNA/The COVE are sorry to see you close your doors.

 

Thank You to our individual Angel donors for their ongoing support.  
Special thanks to our generous In kind donors: Friends Seminary and History Channel and all COVE alumn and Volunteers!

 

 

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Board Chair Lyn Pyle, Councilman Cohen, and Program Director Aisha Norris