J&K Pi Family Foundation
At Pi Capital Partners, we know how important it is to give back to the community. That's why since 2003, we have contributed over 25 million dollars to the local communities where we live and work. Today, we're proud to be one of the largest private Asian-American family foundations in New York City.
Most communities in the New York City region feel left behind by the rapid investments and developments happening around them. While many real estate and development firms add to those societal and economic challenges by driving up prices and paving the way for gentrification, we choose to be different. We work to create a more equitable future by supporting the institutions and organizations that are helping advance social, economic and political rights for all New Yorkers.
How We Give
The programs we fund include but are not limited to the fostering of racial and ethnic respect, social peace, cultural understanding, anti-discrimination, senior services, advancements in health and science and improved standards of living.
We know there are worthy causes and organizations all over the world but in order to ensure that we're creating a lasting impact in the communities where we work, we choose to only fund programs in the Greater New York Metropolitan Area. The organizations we give to must also be U.S.-based 501(c)3 non-profits and adhere to highest levels of excellence and integrity.
Typically, our donations are either one-year or multi-year grants and all are subject to annual review and ethical compliance. If at any point, we feel that the recipient fails to meet those standards, we reserve the right to postpone or rescind our grants upon further review. Our grants typically start at $5,000 but smaller grants may be considered on a case-by-case basis.
The J&K Pi Family Foundation operates with no administrative overhead expenses. This is our way to give back to the community and ensure that 100% of our contributions go towards those who need it most.
New York Presbyterian Weill Cornell
China Aids Fund
National Taiwan Ocean University
CPC Queens Nan Shan Senior Center
$50,000 to $200,000
American Cancer Society
National Women's League of NY
New York Downtown Hospital
New York University
Chinese-American Planning Council
Garden of Hope
National Kidney Foundation
New York Queens Hospital
$25,000 to $75,000
Asian American Federation
Asian American Business Dev. Center
Child Center of New York
Chess In The Schools
Chinese Cancer Memorial Foundation
Committee of 100
Ellis Island Honor Society
Life Education Center
New York Presbyterian Hospital
Organization of Chinese-Americans NY
Queens Center for Progress
Tzu Chi Foundation