Roosevelt Institute 

The Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt Institute carries forward the Roosevelt legacy by supporting emerging leaders and strengthening progressive ideas. The Institute has pursued much of this mission in close partnership with the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum in Hyde Park, New York.

National Park Service

The National Park Service's Roosevelt-Vanderbilt National Historic Sites include three historic properties in the town of Hyde Park, New York:

Home of Franklin D. Roosevelt National Historic Site

Eleanor Roosevelt National Historic Site

Vanderbilt Mansion National Historic Site

Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Val-Kill

The Eleanor Roosevelt Center at Val-Kill (ERVK) is a private, not-for-profit, and nonpartisan organization that continues the humanitarian work of Eleanor Roosevelt. Its mission is to perpetuate her courageous ideas and high ideals in the areas of human rights, social justice, gender and racial equality, youth education and development, conflict resolution and the pursuit of peace.

Historic Hyde Park 

Historic Hyde Park is a group of government and private non-profit organizations based in Hyde Park, New York. Each has a unique mission, but all are united in their dedication to extending the legacy of Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt to new generations.

Marist College

Marist College is dedicated to the development of the whole person in a way that will prepare our graduates for an enlightened, sensitive, and productive life in the global community of the 21st century. Founded in 1929, Marist's 150-acre campus overlooks the Hudson River in the heart of the historic Hudson Valley, midway between New York City and Albany, the state capital.

Eleanor Roosevelt Papers Project

The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers is a project dedicated to bringing Eleanor Roosevelt's writings (and radio and television appearances) on democracy and human rights before an audience as diverse as the ones she addressed. The project is a university-chartered research center associated with the Department of History of The George Washington University.