Recent Grants

Spring 2022 Grant Announcement

Field Hall Foundation has announced $309,265 in new grants through its Spring 2022 grant cycle.  The funding will be used to improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers in Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester Counties.

Letters of Inquiry are currently being accepted for the Winter 2022/23 cycle; the deadline for submittals is October 3, 2022.

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Spring 2022 Grants

CoveCare Center $50,000
To support their mobile behavioral health program for Putnam County seniors who are unable to access services through traditional means
Habitat for Humanity NYC and Westchester County $50,000
To support the pilot of their Aging in Place Home Repair Program in Westchester County
Hudson River Housing $35,000
To provide transportation to their senior residents and homeless clients in Dutchess County
Westchester Independent Living Center $25,000
To provide case management and peer support to Burke Hospital spinal cord injury patients as they return to their homes and communities
WestCOP $25,000
To provide supplemental nutritious groceries to food-insecure seniors in Putnam and Westchester Counties
People USA $24,265
To make accessibility enhancements at their crisis response sites in Dutchess and Putnam Counties, and train staff on how to better serve seniors in all three counties
Community Food Pantry of Sleepy Hollow & Tarrytown $15,000
To support the monthly provision of nutritious groceries to food-insecure older adults
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Putnam County $15,000
To support the pilot of a Community Freezer Program for food-insecure seniors
Support Connection $15,000
To provide counseling and support to seniors with breast, ovarian or gynecological cancer, and emergency funding for treatment-related expenses
YWCA White Plains & Central Westchester $15,000
To re-start their Encore Plus Program, which provides breast self-examination education and assistance in receiving mammogram screenings
Cerebral Palsy Westchester $10,000
To support the extra safety measures necessary due to the pandemic to protect the health of older adults in their care


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