List of Contributors
The Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation is deeply grateful to the many institutional contributors whose generous gifts provide vital resources for our preservation and educational programs.
GVSHP gratefully acknowledges the following for
grants supporting our work over the last year:
The JM Kaplan Fund, the Kaplen Foundation, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the New York State Council on
the Arts, the Norcross Wildlife Foundation; and the Windie Knowe Fund at New York Community Trust
We wish to acknowledge the generous support
of the following elected officials: City Council
Speaker Christine Quinn through the New York City
Department of Cultural Affairs, Manhattan Borough
President Scott Stringer through the Department of
Education, City Council Member Rosie Mendez through the
Department of Youth and Community Development.
We also acknowledge those who have generously
provided donations, services, and space in-kind this year: Astor Center, George Billis Gallery, Grey Dog’s Coffee, Forbes, Frederick Wildman and Sons,
Ltd., Hudson Park Branch Library, Jefferson Market Library, Joyce Gold History Tours, Judson
Memorial Church, The LGBT Center, Lower East Side History Project, St. Mark's Bookshop, Merchant's House Museum, Murray’s Cheese, New York Studio School, Our Lady of Pompeii Church,
Salmagundi Club, Tompkins Square Branch Library, Third Street Music School, Two Boots, Westbeth Community Room/Westbeth Artists Residents' Council, Wine &
If you would like information about making an institutional contribution to the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation, please contact Sheryl Woodruff at 212-475-9585 ext. 39 or email.
GVSHP’s offices are located at the Neighborhood Preservation Center, in the historic former rectory of St. Mark’s Church, on East 11th Street.