The Funding Corporation is committed to diversity and inclusion in our people and our business.  We firmly believe the foundation of our success and our ability to regularly exceed our stakeholder’s expectations lies in our ability to build and sustain an environment that recognizes the talent, insight and experience of a diverse workforce.


The Funding Corporation has taken proactive steps to recruit a diverse group of employees with the talents and skills to contribute to the success of our organization.  At the Funding Corp, we believe that encouraging a variety of ideas, backgrounds, experiences, and origins makes us stronger as a company and as individuals. We are committed to providing opportunities for all employees to engage and contribute their skills and perspectives to our organization while realizing their personal and professional goals.


It is the policy of the Funding Corporation to provide a work environment for all employees that is free of discrimination and harassment based on color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability status or any other status protected by law.




Commitment to Local Communities:


We recognize the need to support young people and those in our local community in need of assistance. The Funding Corporation takes pride in establishing partnerships with organizations that serve people where we live and work.

The York Street Project


Established in 1989, the York Street Project provides housing, education, childhood development, counseling and life-skills training to more than 300 economically-disadvantaged women and children each year. The mission of the York Street Project is to break the cycle of poverty by weaving innovative programs that shelter, feed, educate and promote healing and independence for women and children in need. Funding Corporation employees support the York Street Project through volunteerism, food drives, corporate sponsorship and special events.

Cornell Program


The Funding Corporation is proud to support local high school students in the New York City area by providing funding that offers aid to students participating in pre-college programs during the summer. The Cornell Program enables exceptional high school students the opportunity to experience college life and take courses with some of Cornell University’s most outstanding professors. These high school students live in residence halls with summer college students on campus and receive support from Cornell staff who are there to support them as they begin to navigate college life.

Harlem Children’s Zone


As a mission-driven organization the Funding Corporation is proud to partner with Harlem Children’s Zone by contributing to their program initiative “Healthy Harlem”. This program facilitates healthy living in order to combat obesity in children. Through nutritional education, fitness activities and parent engagement, “Healthy Harlem” is encouraging thousands of children and families to acquire life-long healthy habits.  The program promotes widespread wellness through local community cooking classes, a farmers market with free fruits and vegetables, and exercise programs.

Volunteer Recognition


The Funding Corporation encourages employees to volunteer their time and share their talents to help those less fortunate and to enhance the quality of life in their local communities. We are proud to support employees of the Funding Corporation in their initiatives to volunteer and give back. In recognition of these efforts, the Funding Corporation has created an Annual Volunteer Service Award, which acknowledges employees who go above and beyond to enhance the quality of life for others. The Funding Corporation makes a $500.00 donation to the 501(c)(3) organization selected by the recipient of the Award.