Aging in New York Fund Inc.

Aging in New York Fund Inc.

New York, NY 10007
Tax ID13-3153550

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The Aging in New York Fund is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of older New Yorkers and their families.


Management Services Organization (MSO)/CommunityCare Link (CCL)The MSO, now called CommunityCare Link (CCL) is a model program that relates to older adults and social determinants of health. ANYF has been working with Healthfirst to design and create an infrastructure for the program, so that it will be a comprehensive fee for service delivery system to Healthfirst's members. The goal is to connect Healthfirst members more effectively with their respective primary care providers and benefit from other ancillary services, ie, mental health, transportation, etc. This year's work centered around meeting the compliance and infrastructure requirements included in the contract drafted by Healthfirst. With the pro bono assistance of legal counsel, a compliance plan was drafted that included meeting rules and regulations that would be HIPAA compliant, assessing the costs and range of insurance coverage necessary to adequately indemnify the Fund and its partners against litigation, identifying the older adults who would participate in the program among Healrhfirst's members, designing the questionnaire that would comprise the script of the calls to the elders, and creating a fee for service reimbursement structure that would be paid by Healthfirst for various levels of service. All of these items were addressed and included in the draft contract; there are still several items that need to be addressed before the contract can be approved and signed, but the majority of the infrastructure and compliance issues have been resolved. Social Adult Day Care Assessment Program The Social Adult Day Care program (SAD-C) was a foundation grant funded initiative to determine if there was a more cost and time efficient way to conduct the mandatory program assessments performed by each MLTC of the roughly 350 social adult day center programs in the city. A consultant was hired and tasked with the responsibility of reviewing the various assessment tools and designing one uniform document, determining the costs associated with providing assessment services to MLTCs, and ensuring that the SAD-Cs would participate in this new review system. A uniform questionnaire that could be used for each social adult day care program was drafted by the consultant, organizational, administrative and fee structures were developed, along with the income and expenses necessary to implement the program, and the potential for future partnerships was established. This new system would result in less redundancy, create a uniform information service, reduce the costs of conducting assessments and cause fewer interruptions of services at Social Adult Day care programs. Relatives as Parents Program (RAPP)The Relatives as Parents Program (RAPP) is a foundation grant funded program, a partnership between the Fund and DFTA's Grandparent Resource Center (GRC) to provide support groups and other activities and assistance to grandparents who are taking care of their grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and other youngsters, because their parents cannot provide care. Services were provided to Asian and Latino elders, residents of NYCHA housing and members of senior centers in Brooklyn, Manhattan, and the Bronx. The support groups met weekly or every two weeks; attendance on average ranges from 10-25 elders and refreshments are served. The support group, led by a social worker, gave participants an opportunity to discuss problems at home, issues related to resources and entitlements, and other concerns that they may have had. The social worker provided information and referrals, to DFTA and other providers. RAPP offered a safe space to vent, to celebrate and to share. In addition to support groups, the program also had holiday celebrations that included their families, and trips to entertainment venues such as Big Apple Circus.

Interesting data from their 2020 990 filing

The non-profit's mission, as documented in the filing, is “The aging in new york fund shall be dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of older new yorkers through identifying innovative pilot programming to fill critical gaps in the aging services continuum, and providing fiscal and administrative support to partners, such as the nyc department for the aging and other nyc non-profits, in their efforts to offer essential services to seniors and their support network. the corporation shall use any means necessary under the npcl to achieve its purpose.”.

When explaining its purpose, the activities were described as: “The aging in new york fund is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of older new yorkers and their families.”.

  • The non-profit is legally allowed to operate in the state of NY, as reported.
  • The filing provides the non-profit's address in 2020 as 2 Lafayette Street 11th Floor, New York, NY, 10007.
  • The non-profit has a total of 3 employees, as reported on their form for 2020.
  • Does not operate a hospital.
  • Does not operate a school.
  • Does not collect art.
  • Does not provide credit counseling.
  • Does not have foreign activities.
  • Is not a donor advised fund.
  • Is not a private foundation.
  • Expenses are between $250,000 and $500,000.
  • Revenue is between $100,000 and $250,000.
  • Revenue less expenses is -$31,791.
  • The CEO compensation strategy within the organization is determined through a review and approval process by a neutral party.
  • The organization has a written policy that describes how long it will retain documents.
  • The organization has 9 independent voting members.
  • The organization was formed in 1982.
  • The organization has a written policy that addresses conflicts of interest.
  • The organization is required to file Schedule B.
  • The organization is required to file Schedule O.
  • The organization's financial statements were compiled or reviewed by an accountant.
  • The organization pays $128,912 in salary, compensation, and benefits to its employees.
  • The organization pays $9,216 in fundraising expenses.
  • The organization provides Form 990 to its governing body.
  • The organization pays grants to individuals.
  • The organization has minutes of its meetings.
  • The organization has a written whistleblower policy.

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