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- Andrew Carnegie endowed the Corporation with the bulk of his fortune, $135 million.
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- The Corporation is headquartered in New York City, but grantmaking is both national and international in scope.
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Republishing Guidelines for Content
Carnegie Corporation of New York was established by Andrew Carnegie in 1911 to promote the advancement and diffusion of knowledge and understanding. The Corporation encourages the sharing of our content on Carnegie.org and permits partial or full reprints, but only with permission. All inquiries should be sent to Celeste Ford, Director of Media Relations, at CFC@Carnegie.org. In general, we ask that you follow these guidelines:
- Cite Carnegie Corporation of New York as the original source. For example, "This article was first published by Carnegie Corporation of New York."
- Link the Corporation's name to the URL of the original article on Carnegie.org.
- For videos and other multimedia, use the embed code that is provided via Carnegie.org.
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