Many non-profits are squeezed out and priced out of Manhattan buildings – but not from ours. These organizations play a vital role in our city and so many communities.

Eric Gural

As proud multi-generational New Yorkers, the Gural Family leads by example, with a company mission statement that prioritizes family values and a legacy of community improvement for New Yorkers. GFP maintains longstanding relationships with small businesses and non-profits, dedicating more than 3 million square feet of prime office space in the GFP portfolio to housing non-profit organizations that might otherwise be priced out of the city, with the belief that supporting non-profit organizations with affordable rents and top-quality service helps to improve our city and strengthen our communities.

Family members and employees of GFP are committed to New York on both a professional and personal level, participating in volunteer work, city beautification and civic engagement, as well as sitting on numerous boards in the New York area.

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At GFP Real Estate, our support for non-profit organizations is an ongoing commitment. We continue to donate and provide discounted space to numerous civic and charitable organizations so they can continue their important work.

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Featured Non-Profits

GFP Real Estate's commitment to numerous non-profits has built significant and longstanding partnerships. It is vital that these alliances are nurtured so that together we can continue to improve New York and build upon the values we share.

It is the true meaning of a family company with good core values. They care about tenants that others might not necessarily care about. They want good tenants for a long time, and to improve the neighborhood.

Barbara Blair; President of the Garment District Alliance


WhyHunger believes a world without hunger is possible. The organization provides critical resources to support grassroots movements and fuel community solutions rooted in social, environmental, racial and economic justice. WhyHunger is working to end hunger and advance the human right to nutritious food in the U.S. and around the world.


March of Dimes

March of Dimes leads the fight for the health of all moms and babies. The organization supports research, leads programs and provides education and advocacy so that every baby can have the best possible start. Building on a successful 80-year legacy of impact and innovation, they empower every mom and every family.


Alzheimer's Foundation of America

The Alzheimer’s Foundation of America (AFA) is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide support, services and education to individuals, families and caregivers affected by Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias nationwide, and fund research for better treatment and a cure. AFA’s services include a National Toll-Free Helpline staffed by licensed social workers, a National Memory Screening Program, therapeutic and community programming, educational conferences and materials, and “AFA Partners in Care” dementia care training for healthcare professionals.


Housing Works

Housing Works is a healing community of people living with and affected by HIV/AIDS. The organizations mission is to end the dual crises of homelessness and AIDS through relentless advocacy, the provision of lifesaving services, and entrepreneurial businesses that sustain our efforts.


Hetrick-Martin Institute

Hetrick-Martin Institute (HMI) believes all young people, regardless of sexual orientation or identity, deserve a safe and supportive environment in which to achieve their full potential. HMI creates this environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) youth between the ages of 13 and 24 and their families. Through a comprehensive package of direct services and referrals, HMI seeks to foster healthy youth development. HMI’s staff promotes excellence in the delivery of youth services and uses its expertise to create innovative programs that other organizations may use as models. Learn how you can get involved by visiting hmi.org/get-involved/



Selfhelp Community Services was founded in 1936 to help refugees fleeing Nazi Germany maintain their independence and dignity as they struggled to forge new lives in America. Today, the organization serves nearly 20,000 older adults and vulnerable individuals, through 46 program locations throughout New York City and Nassau County. SelfHelp offers a complete network of community-based home care, social service, and senior housing programs with the overarching goal of helping clients to live with dignity and independence and avoid institutionalization.


Innocence Project

The Innocence Project is a national litigation and public policy organization that restores justice and freedom to people convicted of crimes they didn’t commit.

The organization was the first legal organization to systematically apply DNA testing as a powerful tool to reveal innocence in cases of wrongful conviction. Armed with the unequivocal proof of DNA technology, the Innocence Project has litigated hundreds of wrongful conviction cases. Those exoneration cases exposed widespread failure in the system’s capacity to protect innocent people and uphold justice.

Working with scientists, the Innocence Project has created and offered innovative and often science-based solutions to address the factors that contribute to wrongful convictions. The organization also led the passage of more than 100 laws around the country through trusted alliances with law enforcement, defense lawyers and policy makers. As a result of The Innocence Project’s efforts, the risk of being wrongfully convicted has been greatly reduced for hundreds of millions of Americans.


Non-Profits Supported

GFP Real Estate has a long history of supporting a variety of non-profit organizations. The list keeps growing and we are proud of the partnerships we have forged with organizations whose causes are important to us, as their work continues to help individuals, the wider city and the world.