Past Grants

2007

Transportation Program:  To support additional hours of transportation for non-emergency medical appointments and to convene meetings of local transportation providers to better coordinate services.

Annual Contribution:  To support their work and to maintain access to the latest national information on the health grantmaking community.

Hospice Volunteers Training Pilot Project:  To conduct a feasibility study on the creation of a regional Hospice volunteer training services while providing volunteer training and support for those on Medicare Hospice as well as those families not on Hospice but dealing with... Learn More

Capacity Building Year 3:  To support 3rd year of strategic plan to strength the organization’s ability to carry out its mission to assist youth in their positive growth and development.

Oral Health Initiative - Dental Van:  To establish dental services in a mobile van at the community health center facility in Amenia, NY.

Region 1 Oral Health Program:  To develop and conduct school-based dental services For Region #1 school district in CT.  This program will provide education, screening, sealant and referral for treatment services.

Character Counts:  To fund a substance abuse prevention program designed for children in grades 1-6 that focuses on building character through anger management training, social skills development and behavior modification.  

Kids on the Block:  To fund a nationally recognized educational puppet theater program that provides a safe and fun environment in which children learn a variety of health and life skills and which increases their  awareness and understanding of differences among people.

Common Sense Parenting for Copake & Ancram:  To fund a Parent Education in the Taconic Hills School District, for parents of all ages.

Outreach Program:  To fund a program brings together young residents of Mountainside with local middle and high schools students to share their experiences and thereby encourage them to avoid cigarettes, alcohol, and illegal drugs.  

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