New York Angels
New York Angels is one of the longest running active angel groups in New York City and has invested over $100 million in entrepreneurial ventures. The group is an independent consortium of over 135 individually accredited angel investors. In the aggregate, New York Angels members typically invest $100,000 to $1,000,000 in a given seed/early stage company's initial round, participate in follow-on rounds, and syndicate deals with angel group partners and VCs of up to $3,000,000. 
37 Angels
37 Angels is a community of more than 50 female investors that focus on early stage investment education. They run a one month bootcamp designed to teach the finer points of angel investing. They generally invest between $50,000 and $150,000 in 10 to 12 startups per year. They meet every two months for a pitch forum, where eight companies are invited to pitch.
Empire Angels
The Empire Angels consist of some of the youngest members of any angel group in the country. The group is dedicated to teaching Millennials how to become successful angel investors. Generally, they like to invest in early stage, capital efficient companies run by younger founders. The group typically invests between $50,000 and $350,000 in seed or Series A rounds. They meet monthly to hear pitches.
JumpStart Angel Network
This New Jersey-based angel network has invested $35 million in over 45 companies since 2004. They tend to look at companies in the Mid-Atlantic region, with over half of their investments going to New Jersey-based companies. They primarily invest in early-stage technology and software companies, and usually invest between $200,000 and $1 million. The group has been known to partner with other angel groups to come up with as much as $2 million. They meet monthly to review companies and send out pitch invitations. 
Golden Seeds
This group of over 250 angels invests in women-led businesses or companies with women in significant C-level positions. They tend to look for companies that are valued at less than $5 million seeking a first round of funding between $250,000 and $2 million. In addition to their angel group, Golden Seeds also runs several venture capital funds. 
Tri State Ventures
Founded way back in 1999, this angel group has invested in everything from healthcare to energy to IT companies. They look for seed stage companies valued at less than $1.5 million, and will typically fund between $50,000 and $5 million. They meet monthly to review up to four prescreened companies.
ARC Angel Fund
The ARC Angel Fund calls itself an Angel Group and Venture Fund hybrid. Basically, members pool their money and invest as a fund, but individuals are free to invest alongside the fund if they want. They look for early and seed stage companies with high growth potentials, and they tend to invest between $50,000 and $250,000. They meet monthly to look at new investments. 
Soundboard Angel Fund
The Soundboard Angel Fund consists of 30+ investors that look to fund education, products and technology companies. All of Soundboard’s investors are entrepreneurs and they offer a lot of mentorship opportunities. 
Keiretsu Mid-Atlantic
The Keiretsu Forum is a global community of accredited angels, VCs and corporate investors that was originally founded in San Francisco in 2000. Today they have 30 chapters on three continents, and one of their largest chapters encompasses Philadelphia, Washington, D.C., Pittsburgh and New York City. They usually invest in early-stage companies, with investments ranging from $250,000 to $2 million. They hold monthly chapter meetings at the offices of their sponsors, Loeb and Loeb. 
Georgetown Angels
The Georgetown Angels operate as a sort of hybrid angel group and venture capital fund. Like the ARC Angel Fund, they have a small venture fund and an angel network that can choose to invest personal funds if they want to. The majority of their deals are Series A or Series B rounds, but they’ll also look at seed rounds if a startup has raised a minimum of $500,000 before they invest. 
Angel Capital Association
ACA is a collective of accredited angel investors, North America's most prolific early-stage investment class.  The association is the largest angel professional development organization in the world.  ACA provides an insider perspective that can help you make smart investment decisions
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