Following is the complete list of grants awarded in October 2016

  • Bedford 2020 Coalition, $5,000, to expand an environmental innovation competition for students in grades 6-12.

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

  • Cancer Support Team, Inc., $30,000, to provide bilingual, culturally sensitive case management support to medically uninsured and underinsured cancer patients.

  • City of White Plains, $100,000, for an education and workforce training program in White Plains.

  • Community Center of Northern Westchester, $15,000, to provide supplemental food to hungry Ossining residents.  

  • Community Resource Center, $30,000, to help low-income immigrant families become self-sufficient.

  • Connecticut Fund for the Environment, $15,000, to monitor water quality along the Westchester shoreline of the Long Island Sound.

  • Copland House, $20,000, for a fellowship program for composers.

  • Don Bosco Workers, Inc., $10,000, for a countywide campaign against wage theft.

  • El Centro Hispano, Inc., $20,000, to help low-income immigrants become self-sufficient.

  • Family Services of Westchester, $20,000, to provide ex-offenders who are mothers with parenting classes and job training services.

  • Food Bank for Westchester, Inc, $25,000, to strengthen the food distribution network in Westchester through data collection and training for local food providers.

  • Foundation for the Public Schools of the Tarrytowns, $10,000, to support college trips and SAT prep classes for low-income Tarrytown juniors.

  • Hudson Valley Justice Center, $25,000, to provide free legal services for immigrant children facing deportation.

  • Latino U College Access, Inc, $10,000, to support low-income Latino youth in Tarrytown to prepare for college.

  • Mental Health Association of Westchester County, Inc., $20,000, to provide mental health services to immigrants affected by trauma.

  • Mianus River Gorge Preserve, $20,000, to determine the health of the Mianus River and its watershed,

  • Nonprofit Westchester, $25,000, to strengthen nonprofits in Westchester.

  • NYLCVEF, $15,000, To build public support and promote policy recommendations for the adoption of electric vehicle infrastructure in Westchester.

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

  • Public Schools of the Tarrytowns, $20,000, to support a family literacy program for immigrants living in Tarrytown.

  • Putnam Family & Community Services, $20,000, to expand mental health services to youth in crisis in Putnam County.

  • Sustainable Port Chester Alliance, $10,000, for a civic engagement project in Port Chester.

  • Tarrytown Music Hall, $15,000, to support free and low-cost family-friendly concerts and events in Tarrytown.

  • The Rye Arts Center, Inc., $30,000, to expand arts programs for children in Port Chester and Mamaroneck. 

  • Tri-State Transportation Campaign, $30,000, to advocate for bus rapid transit on the New NY Bridge and expanded bus service in Westchester County.

  • Volunteer New York!, $25,000, for leadership training for Westchester’s nonprofit staff and boards.

  • Westchester Green Business Challenge, $25,000, to expand membership in a certification program that promotes environmentally sustainable business practices.

  • Westchester Jewish Community Services, $20,000, to provide emergency cash assistance to support the basic needs of poor Jewish youth.

  • Westchester Jewish Community Services, $15,000, to expand access to youth mental health first aid training.

  • Westchester Land Trust, $14,000, for a conservation easement to protect 30 acres in Ossining along the Hudson River.

  • Westchester Library System, $40,000, to promote community dialogue on criminal justice issues.

  • Westhab, $50,000, to extend post-employment support to graduates of a workforce readiness program.

  • Youth Shelter Program of Westchester, Inc., $30,000, to support a vocational training program for young men at the county’s youth shelter.

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