Robin Hood Foundation

Nonprofit

New York, NY, US • https://www.robinhood.org

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Mission

Robin hood is New York's largest poverty-fighting organization. Robin Hood finds, funds, and creates programs that generate meaningful results for New York City's poorest residents. Incorporated in New York State in 1988, Robin Hood is a not-for-profit public charity that is committed to lifting New York City households out of poverty measurably and sustainably. Every year, Robin Hood funds more than 200 of New York City's most effective non-profit organizations fighting poverty. The board of directors covers all the organizations overhead, so 100% of all unrestricted donations from the public go directly to organizations helping New Yorkers in need. Robin Hood's fight against poverty is focused on: 1. meeting urgent needs which involves funding organizations that provide food, shelter and health care to poor New Yorkers, 2. helping households move out of poverty measurably and sustainably, which is the key to ending intergenerational poverty robin hood provides support in education, earl

Communities Served

New York City

Service Range

Local/Regional

Founded

1988

EIN info

13-3441066

Total Revenue info

$152,347,348

Total Expenses info

$140,010,455

Net Assets info

$297,186,305

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2019)

Communities Served

New York City

Service Range

Local/Regional

Founded

1988

EIN info

13-3441066

Total Revenue info

$152,347,348

Total Expenses info

$140,010,455

Net Assets info

$297,186,305

Sourced from IRS Form 990 (2019)

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