Community

We build partnerships with local organizations to advance health equity in New York City

Supporting our community

BioQuest

BioQuest is a STEM mentoring program designed to give middle and high school students opportunities to explore diverse careers in science, biotechnology, and medicine.

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Community Grant Cycle

At RTW Foundation, we aim to build partnerships with local organizations to advance health equity in New York City.

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Health Fair in Brooklyn

RTW Foundation teamed up with ACT Care Foundation to distribute 3,410 pounds of food to local Flatbush residents

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Community Partners
Weill Cornell Medicine

“Pediatricians tend to think about one patient at a time, visit by visit, child by child. Our vision, graciously supported by the RTW Foundation, is to harness data collected through these visits to improve the health of children as a population. We will do this by organizing our data and making it available to our academic physician faculty to support a variety of initiatives and to improve access to care and clinical outcomes.”

- Dr. Zachary Grinspan, interim chief of the Division of Child Neurology, director of the Pediatric Epilepsy Program, and associate professor in pediatrics and in population health sciences at Weill Cornell Medicine

Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai

"Early in the pandemic, when Long COVID was an emerging phenomena leaving millions without answers or treatment options, the RTWCF provided us with our only source of research support. This enabled rapid, action-oriented research that has steered knowledge in the field of Long COVID rehabilitation and care."

- David Putrino, PhD, Director of Rehabilitation Innovation for the Mount Sinai Health System

Violence Intervention Program

"For the Latinx communities hit hardest by death and diagnosis related to Covid-19 and its related economic devastation, this gift is a ray of hope."

- Margarita Guzmán, JD, Executive Director of Violence Intervention Program

Rutgers

"RTW Foundation has been able to provide an invaluable experience for our Medicine-Pediatrics residents at Rutgers Health New Jersey Medical School. With this opportunity, our residents are able to provide assistance to communities around the world."

- Kristin Wong, M.D., FACP, FAAP, Internal Medicine-Pediatrics Residency Program Director

NYU Langone Health

"Led by the Senior Director of Nursing Wellness and Resilience at NYU Langone, this project aims to train 10 nurses to learn, practice, and implement non-pharmacological holistic integrative health practices they can then deliver to groups of nurses in at risk areas."

- NYU Langone