The Northern New York Community Foundation announces the following quality of life grants recently approved by its board of directors. “Community Foundation donors, past and present, have enabled us to invest in the types of things that make a community a great place to live. These grants help keep that great tradition going,” said Rande S. Richardson, Community Foundation executive director.
A pair of matching grants from the Northern New York Community Foundation will augment a historic trail project and support the long-term sustainability of Fort La Presentation in Ogdensburg. [Read more…]
The George R. Davis Fund of the Northern New York Community Foundation will provide $10,000 in total grant support for seven projects in the Lowville area. The geographic-specific fund serves as a permanent resource for programs, projects and initiatives that will enhance the quality of life in the village and town of Lowville in perpetuity. [Read more…]
A series of grants were recently awarded from geographic-specific funds at the Northern New York Community Foundation that will impact several St. Lawrence River communities. [Read more…]
The Youth Philanthropy Council of the Northern New York Community Foundation awarded more than $17,000 in grants to support eight requests from non-profit organizations serving Jefferson, Lewis and St. Lawrence counties. The grants were approved recently by the Community Foundation’s board of directors and advisory committees. [Read more…]