The Foundation strives to support young people, particularly in the areas of educational enhancement and childhood bereavement support.
Through our extensive grant-making, we are meaningfully engaging with the communities where we live and work.
A dedicated online grief resource with articles, expert tips, personal stories and local resources for families, educators and community members.
See how our outreach is impacting communites and young people across the country.
New initiative empowers educators help grieving students.
Top 10 summer learning tips from Boys & Girls Clubs.
Building resilience in the face of disaster.
Tips for parents on how best to support their grieving children this Mother's and Father's Day.
Celebrating second chances during March Madness.
Natural disaster victims face losses of many kinds.
How the National Association of School Nurses is preparing to care for grieving students this year.
Support in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey and Irma.
Grief Reach award winners share perspective on grant’s impact.
New York Life and City Year: a powerful partnership.
Talking to children about terrorist attacks.
Making Memorial Day meaningful: supporting military-connected students.
Confronting loss around Mother’s Day.
Taking notes from Option B: Tips for families facing loss.
Collaborating on out-of-school time solutions: a q&a with afterschool alliance.
Father’s Day may not be easy for some students.
Supporting kids when school doors are closed.
Youth, grief and trauma: tips for parents from University of Texas’ Dr. Julie Kaplow.
Catching up with nationally renowned grief expert Dr. David Schonfeld.
A conversation with Foundation VP Maria Collins.
Expanding the grief camp footprint: a conversation with Moyer Foundation CEO Mary FitzGerald.
How to support bereaved children over the holidays: a tip sheet for parents and caregivers.
Scholastic features new grief-focused art & writing awards.
In partnership with Afterschool Alliance, NYLF Launches Aim High grant competition.
New York Life Foundation Grief Reach grants announced.
New York Life announces $500,000 challenge grant to construct first statue in Central Park honoring real women.