Supporting local
and national causes


Gladstone Place is an active supporter of our community
in New York City and beyond.

Some of the causes we feel most passionate about are children, education and medical research. Our contributions to organizations that support these causes include financial support, volunteering time and pro bono communications counsel. Some of the notable charitable causes we support include:

Cookies for Kids’ Cancer

Cookies for Kids’ Cancer focuses on supporting individual and business efforts to fund pediatric cancer research by hosting high profile events, grassroots bake sales, and other fundraising methods.

Committee to Protect Journalists

The Committee to Protect Journalists is a nonprofit organization dedicated to the defense and promotion of journalists’ practice of free press worldwide.

Knight-Bagehot Fellowship at the Columbia Journalism School

The Knight-Bagehot Fellowship in Economics and Business Journalism provides journalists with the opportunity to study at several of Columbia’s graduate schools for a year in order to gain a better understanding of business, economics and finance.

Youth, INC

Youth, INC partners with New York City youth-oriented nonprofits to enhance impact through fundraising, engagement, grants and metrics.

The LAGRANT Foundation

The LAGRANT Foundation’s mission is to increase the number of ethnic minorities in the fields of public relations, advertising and marketing by providing scholarships, career and professional development workshops, mentorship and internships, as well as entry-level position opportunities to African American/Black, Alaska Native/Native American, Asian American/Pacific Islander and Hispanic/Latino undergraduate and graduate students.

Student Sponsor Partners

Student Sponsor Partners offers New York City low-income students the opportunity to study at a variety of private Catholic high schools at a low cost through sponsorship. Students who are part of the program are also paired with mentors, who provide one-on-one mentorship throughout the students’ four years.