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2019 grants

PROMISING FUTURES

Human Justice

     Community Resource Center, to help low-income immigrant families become self-sufficient and to get free legal services, $85,000, October

     Hudson Valley Justice Center, to expand outreach and education to immigrants about tenant rights and available legal services, $20,000, October

Human Services

     Lifting Up Westchester, to prepare homeless individuals for stable housing, $50,000, April

Jobs and Workforce Development

     Westchester Workforce Collaborative, for a collaborative fund for improving workforce outcomes in Westchester, $94,000, February

Social Services and Welfare

     El Centro Hispano, to help low-income immigrants become self-sufficient, October, $30,000

Youth Development

     Boys and Girls Club of Mount Vernon, to expand leadership programming for teenagers, $25,000, October

     City of White Plains Youth Bureau, to expand a social justice program for youth in White Plains, $30,000, October

      Edward Hopper Landmark Preservation Fund, to support the Nighthawks Teen Leadership program for middle- and high-school youth in Rockland County, $15,000, June

     Graham-Windham, to support the expansion of a positive peer group program at The Graham School, $35,000, June

     Her Honor Mentoring, to expand a mentoring program for young women in Westchester high schools, $25,000, June

     Latino U College Access, Inc., to prepare low-income Latino youth in Tarrytown for college, $12,000, June

     League of Women Voters of Westchester Education Foundation, to support the Running & Winning program for high school girls, $2,500, February

     Project Morry, to expand support for Elmsford and Port Chester youth in grades 5 through 12, June, $35,000

     San Andres Episcopal Church, to expand a community leadership program for teens ages 13 to 18 in Yonkers, $10,000, October

     Southern Westchester BOCES, to support students attending a pilot alternative-to-incarceration program, $25,000, June

     Westchester Children's Association, to train justice-involved youth in Westchester in advocacy skills, $15,000, April

     Westchester Community College Foundation, to provide scholarships to students attending Westchester Community College, $70,000, April

     Westchester Parks Foundation, to help homeless boys from White Plains and Mount Vernon attend summer camp, $3,600, April

      Youth Voices Center, for a series of workshops to improve conflict resolution skills for students, faculty, and staff at New Rochelle High School, $17,000, February

      YWCA of White Plains & Central Westchester, to support the Y Leaders program for 50 young women in White Plains, $20,000, February

THRIVING COMMUNITIES

Arts and Culture

     Caramoor Center for Music and the Arts, to support a series of 11 summer concerts focused on the “Giants of Germanic Music,” $7,000, April

     Clay Art Center, to support a one-year residency for an emerging ceramic artist from Westchester, $16,000, April

     Copland House, to support the professional growth of a classical composer and the dissemination of classical music to students and the public, $12,000, June

     Downtown Music at Grace, to support three free concerts of music by German composers, $5,000, April

      Fine Arts Orchestral Society of Yonkers, for a free concert by the Yonkers Philharmonic Orchestra featuring the works of Beethoven, $6,000, October

      Hudson Chorale Inc., for a German choral music program, $6,000, June

     Jacob Burns Film Center, to support residencies for two emerging filmmakers, $30,000, February     

     Lyndhurst, to make access to Lyndhurst free for Tarrytown residents, $9,000, June

      Neighborhood House, Inc., to support an intergenerational arts program for seniors and children in Tarrytown, $10,000, June

     New Westchester Symphony Orchestra, to present six concerts around Westchester focusing on German composers, $6,000, October

      Rivertowns Village Green, to provide cultural and educational programming at the Tarrytown farmers market, $10,000, June

     SPACE on Ryder Farm, to provide opportunities for emerging artists from Westchester, $18,000, April

     Tarrytown Music Hall, to support free and low-cost family-friendly concerts and events in Tarrytown, $9,000, October

     The Picture House Regional Film Center, to support the Voice & Vision program for young people at risk of dropping out of Mount Vernon schools, $13,000, April

     Westchester Oratorio Society, for the production of a Haydn masterpiece, $15,000, February

Civic Affairs

      Community Governance & Development Council, to engage Yonkers residents in advocacy concerning local development, $55,000, October

     Generation Citizen, to provide civic engagement lessons and advocacy experience to high school students in Yonkers and Ossining, $20,000, October

      Ossining Union Free School District, to support a leadership program for immigrant parents, $30,000, February

 

Conservation and Environment

      Bronx River Alliance, to coordinate watershed management efforts for the Bronx River in Westchester County, $35,000, February

      Children’s Environmental Literacy Foundation (CELF), to promote environmental literacy in schools in Yonkers and Tarrytown, $27,000, October

      Connecticut Fund for the Environment, to monitor water quality along the Westchester shoreline of the Long Island Sound, $25,000, February

       Long Island Sound Stewardship Fund, for a collaborative fund to protect and restore the Long Island Sound, $10,000, February

      Mianus River Gorge Preserve, to improve the health and biodiversity of meadow habitats, $24,000, June

     Sarah Lawrence College Center for the Urban River at Beczak, to advance water protection in Lower Hudson Valley watersheds through water quality testing, $35,000, October

      Teatown Lake Reservation, to provide scientific and technical training to environmental decision-makers and train residents to garden with native plants, $10,000, June

Westchester Chamber Educational Foundation, to expand membership in a certification program that promotes environmentally sustainable business practices, $25,000, October

Technical Assistance

      Pro Bono Partnership, to support legal education programs for Westchester nonprofits, $25,000, April

      Support Center, to provide a series of management workshops for nonprofit and philanthropic executives, staff, and board members, $18,000, June

      Volunteer New York!, to promote volunteerism and board service in Westchester, $11,000, February

HEALTHY LIVES

Behavioral Health

     Center for Safety & Change Inc., to expand access to art and play therapy for traumatized youth and their families, June, $10,000

     CoveCare Center, to expand mental health services to youth in crisis in Putnam County, June, $20,000

Health Services

     Open Door, to establish a prenatal wellness program for disadvantaged women, June, $40,000

SPECIAL PROJECTS

     Westchester County Department of Planning, to support the work of the Westchester County Complete Count Committee, $50,000, October

     Westchester County Historical Society, to support the addition of Westchester County historic sites to a mobile application known as Clio, $10,000, October