TriBeCa Native champions 501(c)3 organizations committed to changing lives, creating jobs and protecting the planet.

Our event initiatives raise funds to help children with disabilities, homeless individuals through work training programs and organizations committed to protecting the earth through sustainable solutions.

TriBeCa Native draws its inspiration from the creation of Charles Harvey’s 1865 elevated railway that united lower Manhattan’s spice merchants into a mercantile powerhouse. Today those echoes of innovation drive our efforts to connect communities and help those in need.


TriBeCa Native Events & Initiatives For Community Improvement:

As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, TriBeCa Native initiatives serve as a fundraising arm for other community organizations.

Events and initiatives originate and are executed by TriBeCa Native. Formed in 2000 as a nonprofit arm of the TriBeCa Film Festival and then re-launched in 2003 as TriBeCa Native. Our educational programming incorporates the arts, architectural history, it’s artisans and innovators.


TriBeCa Native Supports:

We source, find and fund the most regenerative effective organizations with meaningful social, economic and climate impacts.

By supporting TriBeCa Native Initiatives and Events, your contributions serve as a catalyst to aid programs which include but are not limited to:

  • Back organizations to improve children’s lives and healthcare in foster situations 
  • Provide organizations funding for homeless individuals to attain job security 
  • Sponsor organizations that serve as guardians to our environment through active legislation changes or environmental clean up activities