Recent Grants

Recent Grants2024-07-02T15:51:25+00:00

At the June 24, 2024, Board Meeting, the Directors of The Staten Island Foundation approved grants to the organizations seeking the following results:

Community Services

Increases in the number of Staten Islanders getting and keeping jobs to meet their employment goals.

On Your Mark: $50,000 – To assist with purchasing chocolate production equipment and staff training.

Increases in the number of residents, particularly youth, that demonstrate their leadership skills in the community, at home, school or in the workplace.  

Muslim Sisters of Staten Island: $5,000 – Supporting the GEM program at P.S. 74 which empowers girls through workshops, activities, and mentorship.

Increases in residents living in poverty to receive basic services and connect to other resources. 

Metropolitan NY Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty: $10,000 – Bulk food purchase for pantries on Staten Island as well as transportation costs to deliver to warehouses on the Island.

First United Christian Church (FUCC): $5,000 – Stipends for volunteers and staff who distribute food to the needy.

Increases in the availability of social services to stabilize the lives of at-risk individuals and families. 

Out of the Storm Senior Services: $15,000 – To hire part-time case managers to service 10 or more older adult residents.

The New York Foundling: $50,000 – Recruitment of high-need parents into their’ Healthy Families Staten Island’ and pilot new parenting groups.

Improvements in human services or community-based service organizations’ or schools’ effectiveness and efficiency which lead to improved results for those they serve.

Dreyfus Intermediate School I.S.49: $4,000 – To purchase a washer, dryer, and cleaning supplies.

Staten Island YMCA: $50,000 – Personnel costs and training, supplies for family engagement events.

Staten Island NFP Association DBA Nonprofit Staten Island: $50,000 – To establish a strategic funding development plan and secure sustained funding for NPSI’s ‘On The Go’ programming.

 

Health

Increases in available health services for the least advantaged, including mental health services.  

Partnership with Children, Inc: $50,000 – Funding to support salary and fringe of the Social Work Director and Social Work Intern at I.S.49, as well as supervision by PWC’s Clinical Director and Chief Programs Officer.

 

Education

Increases in the number of youths that obtain a high school diploma, HSE, or vocational accreditation. 

African Refuge, Inc.: $70,000 – Programs staff, operations and van insurance.

Increases in the number of parents that are actively involved in supporting their child’s educational success. 

HBCU Night, Inc: $5,000 – Funds to support an educational HBCU event on Staten Island.

Increase number of youths who demonstrate leadership and improve academic performance. 

St. Clare School: $25,000 – Subscription costs and training for the “Leader in Me” program.

 

Arts & Culture

Improvements in effectiveness and efficiency of arts organizations that leads to their enhanced sustainability.

Staten Island Historical Society: $80,000 – Supporting a newly restored curator position.

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At the April 23, 2024, Board Meeting, the Directors of The Staten Island Foundation approved grants to the organizations seeking the following results:

Community Services

Improvements in human services or community-based service organizations’ or schools’ effectiveness and efficiency which lead to improved results for those they serve.

Project Hospitality: $75,000 – Support of consulting services to implement components of a new strategic plan.

Per Scholas: $50,000 – Funding to provide tuition-free tech training to Staten Island residents.

Lawyers Alliance for New York: $17,500 – Funding personnel and other expenses to provide legal assistance to Staten Island-based nonprofits.

NYU Silver School of Social Work: $50,000 – Supporting personnel, materials, and stipends for Adaptive Leadership Lab.

Increases in availability of social services to stabilize lives of at-risk individuals and families.

Youth Justice Network: $50,000 – Funds to support personnel and supplies for “Shifting Gears” a mobile anti-violence program in Stapleton.

Women in Need: $30,000 – Funding to support programming at WIN’s Audre Lorde Family Residence.

Increases in the number of residents volunteering their time and experience to better the community.

Citizens Committee for New York City: $25,000 – Funding microgrants and collaboration training for local community leaders.

Increases in the number of individuals and families experiencing poverty that get their basic needs met (food, clothing, shelter) and connect to other needed resources.

Brothers Care, Inc: $5,000 – For purchasing food, supplies, and clothing for monthly community events in 2024.

A Chance in Live: $5,000 – For the purchase of essential items for the “Village Free Market” pantry.

Health

Improvements in organizations that lead to enhanced delivery of community health services. 

Staten Island Committee Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (SICCAMHS): $5,000 – To cover expenses associated with a Mental Health Symposium.

Education

Increases in the number of parents who are actively involved in supporting their child’s educational success.  

New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute (NYECPDI): $175,000 – Support for the backbone activities of the SI Alliance for North Shore Children and Families, a collective impact effort to improve outcomes for children ages 0 – 8 years of age.

Increases the number of K-12 students improving their academic achievement to at or above grade level.  

Wagner College: $30,000: Funds will support stipend and marketing materials for the second cohort of Teacher Research Institute.

McKee Vocational and Technical High School: $9,999: Funds to support professional development in the AVID approach methodology.

Increases the number of youth that obtain a high school diploma, HSE, or vocational accreditation.

NY Center for Interpersonal Development (NYCID): $75,000 – Supporting personnel expenses for The Delta Academy which assists struggling students.

Arts & Culture

Improvements in effectiveness and efficiency of arts organizations that lead to their enhanced sustainability.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden: $150,000 – Funding for consultant fees for the next phase of their rebranding.

Freshkills Park Alliance, Inc: $75,000 – Second year of support for their full-time Development position.

The Staten Island Shakespearean Theatre Company, Inc: $15,000 – Supporting their rental at Snug Harbor which provides indoor and outdoor spaces used for rehearsal and performances.

Increases in the number of individuals participating in Staten Island arts & culture offerings. 

The Noel Pointer Foundation: $25,000 – Funding for teaching artists, frontline staff, and musical supplies.

Maker Park Radio, Inc: $45,000 – Supporting “SONIQLAB” workshops for teenagers and adults.

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During the February 27, 2024, Board Meeting, the Directors of The Staten Island Foundation approved grants to the organizations seeking the following results:

Community Services

Improvements in human services or community-based service organizations’ or schools’ effectiveness and efficiency that lead to improved results for those they serve.

Staten Island Community Job Center dba La Colmena: $50,000 – To support a full-time finance associate and build capacity through the implementation of additional finance structures.

New York Landmarks Conservancy: $30,000 – Funding to hire consultants to research, write, and submit National Register Nominations.

Increases in availability of social services to stabilize lives of at-risk individuals and families.

Safe Horizon, Inc: $50,000 – Supporting “Safe Way Forward”, a domestic violence program for the 5th year.

Increases in the number of individuals and families experiencing poverty that get their basic needs met (food, clothing, shelter) and connect to other needed resources.

Hunger Free America: $40,000 – Partial salary support of a WIC Specialist to increase the number of eligible Staten Islanders access to WIC benefits.

Increases in the number of residents, particularly youth, that demonstrate their leadership skills in the community, at home, school or in the workplace.  

Unity Games, Inc: $10,000 – Funding to support the activities of the 2024 Unity Games including uniforms, lunches, fees and transportation.

Eibs Pond Education Program: $12,000 – Funding provides stipends for at least 10 Youth Leaders and healthy snacks to participants.

Health

Increases in available health services for the least advantages, including mental health services. 

Samaritan Daytop Village: $50,000 – Funding supports 3 Peer Interns, Peer Recovery support services, Street Outreach supplies, and technology.

Airway Revolution Foundation, Inc.: $10,000 – Supports community information sessions about airway disorders and its impact on childhood development and health issues.

Education

Increases in the number of parents who are actively involved in supporting their child’s educational success.  

Literacy, Inc. (LINC): $50,000 – Supporting LINC’s Community Literacy Model on Staten Island.

Increases the number of K-12 students improving their academic achievement to at or above grade level.  

Read Alliance, Inc: $50,000 – General support of at least five Staten Island program cohorts.

Sundog Theater, Inc: $22,500 – Teaching artist fees and professional development for spring and fall of 2024.

Arts & Culture

Increases in the number of youth that participate in the arts in or out of school through multiple experiences.  

Bee University: $10,000 – Supporting the Urban Youth Fellowship program.

Tada! Youth Theater: $45,315 – Supporting unique musical theater programming for the students of P.S. 22 and P.S. 65.

Improvements in effectiveness and efficiency of arts organizations that lead to their enhanced sustainability.

National Lighthouse Museum: $25,000 – To retain existing staff and hire staff to fulfill staffing gaps.

Cause Effective of behalf of the Sandy Ground Historical Society: $50,000 – Funding for interim Executive Director role.

The Noble Maritime Collection: $50,000 – Funding to support development consultancy as well as some staff time and a portion of software costs.

Increases in diversity, equity & inclusion in our area’s existing arts & culture offerings. 

Staten Island Children’s Museum (SICM): $50,000 – Supporting consultants who will create a training program for frontline staff and new hires.

Talking Eyes Media: $5,000 – Supporting a documentary on the Cherry Hill Cemetery.

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During the October 24, 2023 Board Meeting, the Directors of The Staten Island Foundation approved the grants to organizations seeking the following results:

Community Services

Increases in the number of residents that volunteer their time and experience to better the community. 

Community Service Society: $50,000 – To support AmeriCorps Seniors RSVP volunteer Engagement.

Increase in the number of residents, particularly youth, that demonstrate their leadership skills in the community, at home, school or in the workplace.  

Forgotten Food Center: $10,000 – For a 6-month internship to teens addressing food insecurity.

Increases in the number of Staten Islanders getting and keeping jobs to meet their employment goals.

SI Economic Development Corp: $50,000 Consultants and administration to establish the “Tour Staten Island” project.

Improvements in community service organizations’ effectiveness and efficiency that lead to improved results for those they serve.  

The Makeup on Wheels Foundation: $5,000 – To reach 500 individuals with various disabilities by 2025.

Health

Increases in the number of residents that increase their exercise and/or improve their diet.  

The Silvia Center: $30,000 – The Staten Island Food Systems Integration Project which includes classes for families, elementary students and teens.

Increases of those at risk for health problems to connect to needed health services.

Person Centered Care Services: $42,500 – For the purchase of a wheelchair-accessible vehicle.

Improvements in organizations that lead to enhanced delivery of community health services.

Community Health Action of Staten Island: $40,000 – Funding covers the cost of trainers and consultants with expertise in team building, leadership development, executive coaching and nonprofit management.

Education

Increase in the number of pre-K children meeting their development milestones.

Reach Out and Read of Greater New York: $35,000 – Books for children, literacy resources for parents, and training and support for pediatricians.

Increase number of K-12 students that improve their academic achievement to at or above grade level.

Friends of New World Prep: $150,000 (annually for 3 years) – Funds to close a gap and complete their new facility.

Cooke School and Institute: $50,000 (Match) – Supporting improved student literacy through professional development of teachers.

Urban Hope NYC: $50,000 – Funding Literacy Programs personnel and volunteer stipends.

Power My Learning: $10,000 – Supporting professional development services to PS21.

PS 65, Academy of Innovative Learning: $9,999 – Establishing the PS65 Theater Company.

PS59, Harborview School: $9,000 – Supporting the Project Based Learning Approach, professional development for teachers.

Increase number of youth that obtain a high school diploma, HSE, or vocational credentials.

NYC Digital Media Center: $40,000 – Third module of “On Hands and On Site” program for instruction on podcasting and music production.

Increases in the number of adult English language learners becoming proficient in English at a level that meets their education or career needs.

Make the Road NY: $50,000 – ESOL or English Speakers of Other Language and Civics classes.

Arts & Culture

Increases in the number of youth that participate in the arts in or out of school through multiple experiences.  

IlluminArt Productions: $30,000 – Supporting “Write-A-Play” residencies at 5 local schools.

Waverly Academy of Empowered Learners (WAEL)/PS 84: $9,999 – Sundog Theater to work with Kindergarten and First graders during a 10-week arts residency.

Increases in the number of schools and community organizations that offer strong arts education. 

Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, Inc: $60,000 – AileyDance Kids residencies in four Staten Island Title 1 Schools.

Increases in the number of individuals participating in Staten Island art and cultural offerings. 

Friends of Olmsted Beil House: $50,000 – Historic Preservation Plan and Schematic Design.

Increases in the number of youth Participating in sequential arts experiences.

NYC Doe Arts office: $9,999 – Purchase of 28 instruments to equip “Salute to Music Staten Island”.  

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At the June 27, 2023 Board Meeting, the Directors of The Staten Island Foundation approved grants to organizations seeking the following results:

Community Services

Increases in the number of residents living in poverty to receive basic services and connect to other resources

K Wood Foundation:  $35,000 – K Woods summer camp program for Park Hill residents

Improvements in human services or community-based service organizations’ or schools’ effectiveness and efficiency that lead to improved results for those they serve

Staten Island Partnership for Community Wellness: $75,000 – Funding will support communication strategy for backbone organization.

Candid: $5,000 – To strengthen under-resourced Staten Island nonprofits and advance knowledge about philanthropy.

Increases in availability of social services to stabilize lives of at-risk individuals and families

New York Foundling: $50,000 – To increase healthy early childhood development with the “Healthy Families” program.

Partnership With Children: $50,000 – Support for PwC’s school-based Social Work Director at IS 49.

Education

Increases in the number of parents that are actively involved in supporting their child’s educational success

Literacy Partners: $40,000 -To implement literacy and science workshops for low-income, Spanish-speaking caregivers of young children.

Maintaining or increasing the number of K-12 students that improve academic achievement to at or above grade level

Integration Charter Schools: $40,000 – Summer professional development for teachers to improve literacy practices at Lavelle and Richmond Preparatory Charter schools.

Bridge Preparatory Charter School: $25,000 – To create a Teacher Training Center focused on addressing dyslexia challenges.

Increase number of youth that obtain a high school diploma, HSE, or vocational credential

African Refuge: $70,000 – Staff and program support for “Youth Opportunity” and “Young Entrepreneur” programs.

Arts & Culture

Improvements in effectiveness and efficiency of arts organizations that leads to their enhanced sustainability   

SI Institute of Arts and Sciences DBA Staten Island Museum: $80,000 – Continue to strengthen staff structure to increase sustainability and prepare for expansion.

Increases in the numbers of individuals participating in Staten Island art and culture offerings  

Staten Island Community Alliance Corp: $5,000 – Planning and organizing the annual Juneteenth Festival 2023.

Roc-A-Natural Cultural Foundation: $5,000 – Funds will support Juneteenth 2023 education events.

Increase in the number of youth who participate in the arts in and out of school through multiple experiences     

Philharmonic-Symphony Society of New York: $30,000 – Funds will support 19-week music program at PS 26.

Friends of Alice Austen House: $25,000 – Photographic Storytelling program.

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At the April 25, 2023 Board Meeting, the Directors of The Staten Island Foundation approved grants to organizations seeking the following results:

Community Service

Increases in the number of Staten Islanders getting and keeping jobs to meet their employment goals

Jewish Community Center of SI: $75,000 – Funding will be used for a social worker for the JCC workforce program to assist clients to overcome barriers to employment.

Increases in the number of residents that volunteer their time and experience to better the community

NYC H2O: $10,000 – Funding for staff and transportation to facilitate environmental education and stewardship events at Mariners Marsh Park.

Increase in residents living in poverty to receive basic services and connect to other resources

Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty: $10,000 – To help with purchasing Kosher and Halal bulk food items and transportation to distribution sites

Brothers Care, Inc.: $5,000 – For food, supplies, and clothing to be distributed at monthly events in 2023.

Improvements in human services or community-based service organizations’ or schools’ effectiveness and efficiency that lead to improved results for those they serve

Lifestyles for the Disabled: $100,000 – To expand “TeeStyles” program at Building 15 in the Willowbrook Campus.

Lawyers Alliance of New York: $15,000 – For personnel and administration costs to provide legal services to local nonprofits.

Education

Increase the number of adult ELLs develop English proficiency to meet educational/career needs

IS 34, Totten Intermediate School on behalf of the collaboration of IS 34, IS 72, and IS 61: $39,500 – To train teaching staff in Orton Gillingham to improve outcomes for students with dyslexia.

Arts & Culture

Improvements in arts organizations that leads to their enhanced sustainability

Staten Island Historical Society: $80,000 – Funding will support the salary of the Building Restoration and Preservation Manager in order to move forward on essential repairs and facilities preservation.

Staten Island Shakespearean Theatre Co.: $15,000 – Support rehearsal and performance rent costs in order to enhance sustainability of organization.

Increases in the number of youth that participate in the arts in or out of school through multiple experiences  

NYC Arts Cypher: $5,000 – Funding will be used for materials needed for a youth arts program in Stapleton that will result in a mural.

Staten Island Hebrew Public School: $10,000 – To partner with IlluminArt to carry out a music and puppetry program in the school.

Health

Increases in the number of residents that increase their exercise and/or improve their diet

St. Mary’s Episcopal Church: $5,500 – Funding to purchase a commercial refrigerator to increase the pantry’s storage capacity.

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At the February 28, 2023 Board Meeting, the Directors of The Staten Island Foundation approved grants to organizations seeking the following results:

Community Services

Increases in the number of residents, particularly youth, who demonstrate their leadership skills in the community, at home, school, or in the workplace

Eibs Pond Education Program: $12,000 – To provide stipends for 10 or more Youth Leaders and provide healthy snacks to participants year-round.

Canvas Institute- $50,000: To provide Social-Emotional Development trainings for students at three schools.

City Futures, Inc DBA Center for an Urban Future: $25,000 – For a report featuring 50 local leaders’ ideas on making progress towards a stronger, more equitable borough.

Increases in the number of Staten Islanders getting and keeping jobs to meet their employment goals

Green City Force: $50,000 – Support for Service Corps initiatives specific to Staten Island and the Mariners Harbor Eco-Hub, particularly towards recruitment efforts and community outreach for more effective engagement.

Per Scholas: $45,000 – Funding will be used to provide support for personnel and cover equipment.

Increases in the number of residents that volunteer their time and experience to better the community

Citizens Committee for New York City: $25,000 – Funding to support micro-grants for grassroots groups in Staten Island.

Increases in availability of social services to stabilize lives of at-risk individuals and families

Project Hospitality: $100,000 – To support construction costs for PH’s community center and food pantry at 1546 Castleton Avenue.

Improvements in community service organizations’ effectiveness and efficiency that lead to improved results for those they serve

Snug Harbor Little League: $25,000 – Funding to complete the installation of lights on 3 fields.

Staten Island NFP Association DBA Non-Profit Staten Island: $70,000 – To strengthen capacity through engaging a grants consultant and reviewing organization’s internal operations.

Education

Increases in the number of parents who are actively involved in supporting their child’s educational success                

New York Early Childhood Professional Development Institute: $150,000 – Support for the backbone activities of the SI Alliance for North Shore Children and Families, a collective impact effort to improve outcomes for children 0 to 8 years of age.

Increase number of K-12 students that improve their academic achievement to at or above grade level

Read Alliance, Inc.: $45,000 – Support for early literacy strategies for struggling readers working with teen tutors at 5 schools.

Increase number of least-advantaged students that enter and succeed in college

McKee Vocational and Technical High School: $9,999 – To provide Professional Development given by AVID.

Health

Increases in the number of residents that increase their exercise and/or improve their diet with nutritious food

New Direction Services, Inc.: $20,000 – Purchase protein-rich food for Port Richmond pantry as well as supplies.

Community Social and Civic Empowerment Organization: $10,000 – To cover expenses for “Stars of Tomorrow Soccer and Enrichment” soccer program.

Increases in available health services for the least advantaged, including mental health services

Pride Center of Staten Island: $75,000 – To increase hours and provide professional development for a mental health counselor.

Arts & Culture

Improvements in arts organizations that leads to their enhanced sustainability Improvements in arts organizations that leads to their enhanced sustainability

Staten Island Ballet Theater: $75,172 – Support for installation of HVAC system to improve building’s heating and cooling.

Universal Temple of the Arts: $10,000 – Preliminary Work for Toxic Material Remediation at UTA’s Cultural Arts Center.

Freshkills Park Alliance: $75,000 – To build financial sustainability by establishing full-time development position.

Increases in diversity, equity and inclusion in our area’s existing arts and culture offerings

Staten Island Children’s Museum: $50,000 – To revamp education curricula and pay for consultants who will review curricula, as well as new props and teaching objects and a portion of program manager’s salary.

Increases in the number of youth that participate in the arts in or out of school through multiple experiences

College of Staten Island Liberty Partnerships Program: $55,440 – Support for “My Voice Matters,” a student photography project, to cover equipment, printing and display costs, stipends and other project expenses.

The Noel Pointer Foundation: $25,000 – Music education program expenses such as teaching artists and supplies at 3 schools and a summer session.

Waverly Academy of Empowered Learners (WAEL/PS 84): $9,999 – Teaching artists from Sundog Theatre will work with 45 kindergarten students during 10-week dance and vocal residency.

Increases in the number of schools and community organizations that offer strong arts education

Education Through Music: $50,000 – Support for teacher artists, professional development, and a portion of Instructional Supervisor salary for music education at 4 schools.

Increases in the number of individuals participating in Staten Island art and culture offerings

Projectivity Group: $15,000 – Support for “Beautify SI” program to produce outdoor murals requiring supplies, paying artists for labor, and additional expenses.

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At the October 25, 2022 Board Meeting, the Directors of The Staten Island Foundation approved grants to organizations seeking the following results:

Community Services

Increase in residents living in poverty to receive basic services and connect to other resources

Hunger Free America NYC: $40,000 – Partial salary for WIC Specialist to increase the number of eligible Staten Islanders to access WIC benefits.

Increases in availability of social services to stabilize lives of at-risk individuals and families

Safe Horizon: $50,000 – To support 4th year of “Safe Way Forward,” a domestic violence program’s learning, program consultation, and evaluation activities not funded through ACS.

Out Of The Storm Senior Services: $15,000 – Funding will be used to pay a Case Manager for 8-10 residents.                          

Central Family Life Center: $105,000 – To achieve staff capacity and secure necessary resources for various Youth and Senior Services programs.

Improvements in community service organizations’ effectiveness and efficiency that lead to improved results for those they serve

Fam First Foundation: $25,000 – for staff support, supplies, consultants, Warrior Circles, training, accountant, technology, and miscellaneous expenses.            

Health

Increases in the number of residents that increase their exercise and/or improve their diet

St. Ann’s Parish Food Pantry: $5,000 – To purchase food including items needing refrigeration to supplement parishioner donations.

Special Olympics New York: $10,000 – Resources like sports equipment, facility space, transportation, and personnel to engage 275 new local athletes.

Staten Island Giving Circle: $10,000 – To purchase groceries and essential items for active and retired military families that utilize the “Nourish the Service” pantry at Fort Wadsworth.

Increases of those at risk for health problems to connect to needed health services

Friends Who Think Pink Breast Cancer Awareness: $5,000 – To increase outreach to the community by bringing awareness and resources regarding cancer.

Education

Increases in the number of parents who are actively involved in supporting their child’s educational success                

Literacy, Inc. – $50,000 – Support for personnel costs, consultant, and supplies for early literacy programming on Staten Island.

Increase number of K-12 students that improve their academic achievement to at or above grade level

Literacy Trust – $37,500 – Funding will cover salary and associated costs for “Sound Partners,” a literacy intervention program, at 3 North Shore schools.

NY Center for Interpersonal Development – $75,000 – Support for personnel expenses for “The Delta Academy” to provide support for struggling students.

Increase number of least-advantaged students that enter and succeed in college

St. John’s University – $15,000 – Support for professor stipends for “Difference Makers,” a college readiness program for about 80 public high school students.

Increase number of youth who demonstrate leadership and improve academic performance

Police Athletic League – $75,000 – Funds will expand the after-school program for fifty PS 13 students in Rosebank by adding 5 Group Leaders.

Increases in the number of adult English language learners becoming proficient in English at a level that meets their educational or career needs

Make the Road New York – $70,000 – Salaries for staff in adult education program and related costs.

Arts & Culture

Improvements in arts organizations that leads to their enhanced sustainability Improvements in arts organizations that leads to their enhanced sustainability

The Noble Maritime Collection: $50,000 – Building Capacity by Engaging an Institutional Giving Consultant.

Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden: $100,000 – Funding will support consultants’ fees for Phases 2 and 3 of a Brand Strategy & Architecture Project.

Increases in the number of youth that participate in the arts in or out of school through multiple experiences

IlluminArt Productions: $30,000  – Support will assist with personnel costs for the “Write-A-Play” Program at 5 schools.

Increases in the number of schools and community organizations that offer strong arts education

Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation: $60,000 – Funding will be used to host AileyDance Kids residencies in 4 Title 1 schools.

Increases in the number of individuals participating in Staten Island art and culture offerings

Maker Park Radio: $10,000 – To support a radio and performing arts project with artist and curator stipends, engineering support and administrative costs.

Emergency Funding

Pakistani Civic Association of Staten Island: $5,000 –- For Pakistani Flood Relief.

 

 

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