2017 Grant Partners by Category *

Health ($126,211)

  •     Fresh Start Recovery Support Center, Inc. $1,000
  •     Hospice $750
  •     Kidney Connection $250
  •     Mental Health Association in Chautauqua County $121,211
  •     Starflight $1,000
  •     UPMC Chautauqua WCA $1,000
  •     WCA Hospital Foundation $1,00

Environment ($122,600)

  •     Audubon Community Nature Center $21,250
  •     Chautauqua Lake Association $70,250
  •     Chautauqua Lake & Watershed Management Alliance $1,400
  •     Chautauqua Lake Partnership $1,000
  •     Chautauqua Watershed Conservancy $1,550
  •     Jamestown Public School Forests, Inc. $2,500
  •     Roger Tory Peterson Institute $22,650
  •     St. Luke's Episcopal Church - Green Up Jamestown  $2,000

 Education ($460,400)

  •     Chautauqua Area Scholarship Program $700
  •     Chautauqua Children's Safety Education Village $2,500
  •     Chautauqua Connections, Inc. $2,500
  •     Cornell Cooperative Extension (Chautauqua Co. Agricultural Programs) $16,500
  •     Dream It! Do It! WNY $22,750
  •     Erie 2 Chaut-Catt BOCES Education Foundation $2,500
  •     Falconer Public Library $500
  •     James Prendergast Library Association $7,750
  •     Jamestown Community College & Foundation $276,300
  •     Jamestown Community Learning Council $75,000
  •     Jamestown Public Schools (JHS Career Academies) $25,000
  •     Junior Achievement of WNY $25,000
  •     Lakewood Memorial Library $1,250
  •     Robert H. Jackson Center $2,150

 Public Society Benefit ($46,810)

  •     Bemus Bay Pops $1,500
  •     Chautauqua Lake Community Sailing Foundation $500
  •     Chautauqua Lake Rowing Association, Inc. $500
  •     Chautauqua Region Community Foundation $4,250
  •     Chautauqua Sports Hall of Fame $500
  •     Fenton History Center $1,450
  •     Friends of Lake View Cemetery, Inc. (Veteran's Grove Project) $2,000
  •    Jamestown Renaissance Corporation $30,000
  •     Lawson Boating Heritage Center $500
  •     NY Funders Alliance $3,500
  •     Village of Lakewood (Chautauqua Ave. Tree Planting) $1,500
  •     WNED (Radio/TV Broadcasting) $610

 Arts, Culture & Humanities ($890,900) 

  •    Chautauqua Institution $201,950
  •    Chautauqua Regional Youth Ballet $22,750
  •    Chautauqua Regional Youth Symphony $3,750
  •    Community Music Project $2,250
  •    Infinity Visual & Performing Arts, Inc. $60,500
  •   Jamestown Concert Association $8,250
  •   Lucille Ball Little Theatre of Jamestown $1,000
  •   Reg Lenna Center for the Arts $590,450

 Human Services ($580,967)

  •   Allegheny Highlands Council $1,500
  •   American Red Cross $11,125
  •   Bemus Pt. United Methodist Church (Royal Family KIDS' Camp) $1,000
  •   Camp Gross Foundation $250
  •   Chautauqua Adult Day Care Centers, Inc. $15,637
  •   Chautauqua Area Habitat for Humanity $500
  •   Chautauqua Blind Association $20,890
  •   Chautauqua Co. Humane Society $2,000
  •   Chautauqua Opportunities $1,700
  •   Chautauqua Striders, Inc. $81,000
  •   Community Helping Hands, Inc. $10,000
  •   Creche, Inc. $190
  •   First Presbyterian Church (Minister’s Disc. Fund) $1,000
  •   Food Bank of WNY (Jamestown location) $250
  •   Friends of Child Advocacy Program $750
  •   Girl Scouts of WNY $250
  •   Jamestown Boys & Girls Club $29,250
  •    LSS Foundation $200
  •    Meals on Wheels of the Jamestown Area $25,800
  •    St. Luke's Episcopal Church (Minister's Discretionary Fund) $1,000
  •    St. Susan Center, Inc. $6,300
  •    The Relief Zone, Inc. $25,500
  •    The Salvation Army $4,875
  •    United Christian Advocacy Network $2,250
  •    United Way of SCC $160,500
  •    YANAA, Inc. $1,000
  •    YMCA of Jamestown $102,000
  •    YWCA of Jamestown $74,000
  •    Zion Covenant Church (Benevolence Fund) $250

*From year to year, an organization could be categorized differently depending on the type of grant awarded, but overall usually falls into the same category.  Also, some grants could be considered to address more than one category, but we only pick one.  Ie: RTPI is categorized as “Environment”, but might also be considered as “Education”

 Some of the organizations listed were only given Director/Staff Discretionary Grants.

 

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