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FISCAL YEAR 2013 ADOPTED EXPENSE BUDGET

Adjustment Summary / Schedule C


Hon. Christine C. Quinn Speaker of the Council Hon. Domenic M. Recchia, Jr. Chair, Committee on Finance

Finance Division Preston Niblack, Director Jeffrey Rodus, First Deputy Director

June 28, 2012

FISCAL YEAR 2013 ADOPTED EXPENSE BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS SUMMARY

Table of Contents
INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................................................. 1 ANTI-GUN VIOLENCE INITIATIVE .................................................................................................................. 2 CHILDRENS SERVICES ..................................................................................................................................... 4 CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES .................................................................................................................................... 6 CIVILIAN COMPLAINT REVIEW BOARD ....................................................................................................... 8 CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES ........................................................................................................................ 9 CULTURAL ORGANZIATIONS........................................................................................................................ 12 DOMESTIC VIOLENCE ..................................................................................................................................... 13 EDUCATION ....................................................................................................................................................... 16 FIRE SERVICES .................................................................................................................................................. 20 GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS ............................................................................................................................. 21 HEALTH and MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES and HHC ................................................................................. 22 DOHMH, Health Services and Prevention ....................................................................................................... 23 DOHMH, Mental Health and Hygiene ............................................................................................................. 30 Health and Hospitals Corporation ..................................................................................................................... 34 HIGHER EDUCATION ....................................................................................................................................... 35 HOMELESS SERVICES ..................................................................................................................................... 37 HOUSING............................................................................................................................................................. 38 LIBRARIES .......................................................................................................................................................... 41 PARKS AND RECREATION .............................................................................................................................. 42 SENIOR SERVICES ............................................................................................................................................ 44 SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT ....................................................... 48 SOCIAL SERVICES ............................................................................................................................................ 53 Nutrition Services ............................................................................................................................................. 53 Social Services .................................................................................................................................................. 55 YOUTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT .............................................................................................. 57 Adult Literacy ................................................................................................................................................... 57 Youth Services .................................................................................................................................................. 58 Immigrant Services ........................................................................................................................................... 60

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INTRODUCTION
Schedule C designates funding for community based not-for-profit and other public service organizations. Expenditure of any funds for each organization identified in Schedule C is contingent upon the satisfactory completion of 1) a detailed initial review process and 2) all applicable City procurement requirements at the time of contract award. The New York City Council and the Mayors Office of Contract Services (MOCS) have established the following initial review for each organization: For all organizations included in Schedule C, the City Council preliminarily reviewed the public purpose for which the funds would be used, and any potential conflicts of interest. In addition, MOCS reviewed the website and consulted with the State Attorney Generals Office to confirm that all groups including those receiving $10,000 or less reviewed by the Council demonstrated compliance with charity registration requirements. For organizations receiving $10,000 or less, the City Council also reviewed past performance, compliance with tax laws, corporate status, any reported investigations, audits, inquiries and other relevant information. In the case of organizations requesting funding in excess of $10,000, MOCS is overseeing an additional prequalification review process. Through this process, MOCS is reviewing each organization to determine whether it meets integrity requirements, and is in compliance with applicable laws and regulations, including charities registration. MOCS is also reviewing each organization to determine whether the organization is qualified to provide the proposed services, and is reviewing and recertifying the qualifications of organizations that were approved during prior fiscal years. Further, for any organization receiving funding through a fiscal conduit, the fiscal conduit must also be approved by MOCS. For those organizations identified in Schedule C with an asterisk, either the MOCS or the Councils review process has not yet been completed, the State Attorney Generals Office has not yet provided the Council with final verification of the organizations charitable filing status, or the organization is required to attend the MOCS corporate governance, fiscal management and compliance training. For those organizations identified in Schedule C without an asterisk, the Council has completed its review process and, where applicable, MOCS has preliminarily reviewed or prequalified the organization and any associated fiscal conduit, and the organization has attended the MOCS corporate governance, fiscal management and compliance training, if required to attend. Further restrictions to ensure the appropriate use of City funds will be incorporated through the Citys procurement process.

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ANTI-GUN VIOLENCE INITIATIVE


Summary of FY 2013 Council Initiatives: Anti-Gun Violence
Agency DOHMH DOHMH DOE DYCD CJC Initiative Anti-Gun Violence CeaseFire and Preparedness Programs Anti-Gun Violence Therapeutic Services Anti-Gun Violence - Violence Prevention, Conflict Mediation, and Youth Development Anti-Gun Violence Community Development Anti-Gun Violence - Legal Services TOTAL Funding $1,693,000 $580,000 $750,000 $1,152,000 $625,000 $4,800,000

Initiative: Gun Violence Task Force CeaseFire and Preparedness Programs Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Environmental Disease Prevention Unit of Appropriation: 114 Environmental Disease Prevention OTPS Amount: $1,693,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2013 nd th th th th Population Targeted: Community members from neighborhoods within the 32 , 40 , 75 , 113 , and 120 police precincts Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports anti-gun violence programs in the Crisis Intervention framework, including Ceasefire and peace keepers. Designation Method: The City Council will designate providers and amounts for this initiative post-adoption. Initiative: Anti-Gun Violence Therapeutic Services Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Health Services Unit of Appropriation: 120 - Mental Health Amount: $580,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2013 nd th th th th Population Targeted: Community members from neighborhoods within the 32 , 40 , 75 , 113 , and 120 police precincts Description/Scope of Services: This allocation provides supportive, therapeutic and mental health services to community members touched by gun violence in select neighborhoods. Designation Method: The City Council will designate providers and amounts for this initiative post-adoption. Initiative: Violence Prevention, Conflict Mediation, and Youth Development Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 454 Central Administration - OTPS Amount: $750,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 nd th th th th Population Targeted: Public school students attending schools within the 32 , 40 , 75 , 113 , and 120 police precincts. Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports funding for anti-gun violence programs related to conflict mediation, violence prevention, and youth development programs in schools. Designation Method: The City Council will designate funds to various service providers post-adoption.

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Initiative: Anti-gun Violence Community Development Agency: Department of Youth and Community Development Unit of Appropriation: 005 Community Development - Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,152,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 nd th th th th Population Targeted: Community members within the 32 , 75 , 40 , 113 , and 120 police precincts. Description/Scope of Services: Anti-gun violence services related to employment training, job and internship placements, program development and evaluation, organizational capacity buildings and messaging. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organization(s) and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative post-adoption. Initiative: Anti-gun violence - Legal Services Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $625,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 nd th th th th Population Targeted: Community members within the 32 , 75 , 40 , 113 , and 120 police precincts. Description/Scope of Services: To provide legal services and consultations to community members touched by gun violence within the five target neighborhoods. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organization(s) and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative post-adoption.

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CHILDRENS SERVICES
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Childrens Services
Agency ACS ACS ACS CUNY ACS ACS Initiative Early Learn Child Care Restoration Child Care Summer Gap Job Training and Placement for Day Care Workers Technical Assistance for Child Care Providers Child Care Voucher Restoration Child Protective Staffing PEG Restoration TOTAL Funding $39,304,000 $7,000,000 $100,000 $1,000,000 $12,100,000 $1,864,000 $61,368,000

Initiative: Early Learn Child Care Restoration Agency: Administration for Childrens Services (068) Program Area: Child Care Services Unit of Appropriation: 004 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $39,304,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: For Fiscal 2013, the City Council and the Administration restored over 5,200 contracted child care slots and 2,100 family child care slots for a total of over $59 million for direct services to children and families. In addition, the Administration added $16 million for a health insurance rate increase for child care providers in the Early Learn system. Baselined funding from the Administration for both contracted and family child care slots and health insurance totals $42.3 million in Fiscal 2014 and in the outyears. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. City Council designations for this initiative will be made post-adoption. Initiative: Child Care Summer Gap Agency: Administration for Childrens Services (068) Program Area: Child Care Services Unit of Appropriation: 004 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $7,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: In Fiscal 2013, the City Council and the Administration restored $14 million in funding st th for contracted child care and family child care slots from July 1 to September 30 , 2012. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Job Training and Placement for Day Care Workers Agency: Administration for Childrens Services (068) Program Area: Child Care Services Unit of Appropriation: 004 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation provides funding for job training and placement assistance for day care workers. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Day Care Council of New York, Inc. as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-2613479 Initiative: Technical Assistance for Child Care Providers Agency: City University of New York (CUNY) -- NY Early Childhood Professional Development Institute Program Area: Child Care Services Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide

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First Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation provides funding for technical assistance for current child care providers. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Child Care Voucher Restoration Agency: Administration for Childrens Services (068) Program Area: Child Care Services Unit of Appropriation: 004 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $12,100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2012 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for 4,400 child care vouchers for school-age children. All school-age vouchers are at a rate of $2,748 per voucher. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Child Protective Staffing PEG Restoration Agency: Administration for Childrens Services (068) Program Area: Child Protective Services Unit of Appropriation: 001 Personal Services Amount: $1,864,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2012 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for 73 Child Protective staff positions, proposed for elimination through attrition in Fiscal 2013. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency.

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CIVIL LEGAL SERVICES


Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Civil Legal Services
Agency CJC CJC CJC CJC Initiative Citywide Civil Legal Services Unemployment Insurance/SSI Advocacy Project Legal Services for the Working Poor Legal Information for Families (LIFT) TOTAL Funding $1,500,000 $1,000,000 $1,050,000 $485,000 $4,035,000

Initiative: Citywide Civil Legal Services Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2001 Population Targeted: Indigent persons requiring legal assistance Description/Scope of Services: This action provides a combined $1.5 million to the Legal Aid Society ($750,000) and Legal Services NYC ($750,000). The appropriation is intended to serve as a replacement for lost Interest on Lawyer Accounts (IOLA) funds. It is the Councils express intent that this appropriation will be utilized to augment overall citywide civil legal services programs in the same manner that State IOLA funding does. These services may include, but are not limited to: direct client representation, including representation in class action cases; the provision of legal advice; community legal education presentations; pro-bono/volunteer lawyer programs; and hotline and other telephone-based legal services. Legal areas in which services may be provided include, but are not limited to: consumer/finance; education; employment; family; juvenile; health; housing; income maintenance; individual rights; and miscellaneous benefits. No prohibitions may be imposed on the types of civil legal services these entities may perform on behalf of their clients, other individuals and/or community groups. This restoration will ensure the provision of civil legal services citywide to, among others, senior citizens, battered women, disabled persons and persons with AIDS. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. Organization Legal Aid Society Legal Services NYC Amount $750,000 $750,000 Tax ID# 13-5562265 13-2600199

Initiative: Unemployment Insurance/Supplemental Security Income Advocacy Project Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2006 Population Targeted: Persons eligible for unemployment insurance/supplemental security income benefits Description/Scope of Services: This action allocates a combined $1 million to Legal Services NYC ($500,000) and the Legal Aid Society ($500,000) to expand legal advocacy through the Supplemental Security Income Advocacy Project. This funding will also support a new advocacy project of LSNYC and LAS for unemployed individuals who have been wrongly denied Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB). This funding will support the costs of providing legal representation at hearings before Administrative Law Judges to help disabled individuals and the unemployed receive the Unemployment Insurance Benefits (UIB) and/or the Supplemental Security Income (SSI) benefits they have been wrongly denied. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative.

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Organization Legal Aid Society Legal Services NYC

Amount $500,000 $500,000

Tax ID# 13-5562265 13-2600199

Initiative: Legal Services for the Working Poor Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,050,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: Working poor persons requiring civil legal assistance Description/Scope of Services: Among the types of services that will be provided to community members are: assistance in preventing eviction and foreclosure; improvement of living conditions and removal of hazardous housing conditions in their homes; housing code enforcement actions; organization and representation of tenants groups; help in obtaining emergency grants and benefits to avoid homelessness; assistance for family members in getting appropriate disability benefits such as SSD or SSI; immigration assistance; protection from workplace abuses, such as harassment and violation of fair wage and hour laws; consumer protections from creditors; legal representation of domestic violence victims; assistance with recovering illegal rents and other improper rent charges. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. Organization Church Avenue Merchants Block Association Housing Conservation Coordinators Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation Urban Justice Center MFY Legal Services Amount $239,674 $239,674 $239,674 $239,674 $91,304 Tax ID# 11-2480339 51-0141489 13-2972415 13-3442022 13-2622748

Initiative: Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT) Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $485,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: Persons requiring information in Family Court Description/Scope of Services: This funding will provide LIFT with the necessary resources to operate its Family Court information services programs, including its Education and Information sites located in Family Court entranceways. Designation Method: The City Council has designated LIFT as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-3910567

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CIVILIAN COMPLAINT REVIEW BOARD


Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Civilian Complaint Review Board
Agency CCRB Initiative Administrative Prosecution Unit TOTAL Funding $1,499, 254 $1,499,254

Initiative: Administrative Prosecution Unit (APU) Agency: Civilian Complaint Review Board (054) Units of Appropriation: 001-Personal Services & 002 -Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,499,254 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: The Civilian Complaint Review Board (CCRB) will receive funding to expand its APU so that it may prosecute its own cases instead of sending cases to the NYPD to be prosecuted. The funding will support partially 18 additional staff including attorneys, investigators and support staff and associated OTPS costs. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency.

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CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES


Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Criminal Justice Services Initiative Alternatives to Incarceration (ATIs) Center for Court Innovation Child Advocacy Centers (Safe Horizon) Sexual Assault Initiative Staten Island Drug Treatment Court Adolescent Portable Therapy Program TOTAL

Agency CJC CJC CJC CJC DA - RC DOP

Funding $3,350,000 $400,000 $500,000 $150,000 $250,000 $250,000 $4,900,000

Initiative: Alternatives to Incarceration (ATIs) Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - Criminal Justice Coordinator (CJC) Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $3,350,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 1997 Population Targeted: Defendants facing incarceration, including youth, women, and individuals with mental illness and/or substance abuse issues. Description/Scope of Services: Alternative-to-Incarceration Programs (ATIs) permit New York judges to sanction defendants through means other than jail or prison. The use of intermediate sanctions, such as community service and substance abuse counseling, saves the City the cost of maintaining jail beds for those who otherwise would be incarcerated. In addition, ATIs provide a range of rehabilitative services for defendants and allow jail beds to be made available for more violent offenders who pose a threat to the community. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. Organization Center for Alternative Sentencing Employment Services (CASES) Center for Community Alternatives' Crossroads Program Center for Employment Opportunities (CEO) Educational Assistance Corporation (EAC) Fortune Society Legal Action Center Osborne Association Women's Prison Association's (WPA) Amount $635,025 $315,228 $347,207 $927,590 $200,100 $105,075 $388,325 $431,450 Tax ID# 13-2668080 16-1395992 13-3843322 23-7175609 13-2645436 13-2756320 13-5563028 13-5596836

Initiative: Center for Court Innovation (CCI) Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $400,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: Community members and court-involved individuals Description/Scope of Services: CCI operates a variety of community courts, drug courts, mental health courts, domestic violence courts, and school justice centers and youth programs throughout the City. This funding will support CCIs overall operations, as well as its Family and Youth Initiative. Designation Method: The City Council has designated CCI as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-2612524

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Initiative: Child Advocacy Centers (Safe Horizon) Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: Abused children Description/Scope of Services: The sum of $500,000 supports a portion of the operating costs at the three existing CACs (Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island). CACs work hand-in-hand with law enforcement and child protective services to coordinate and expedite the investigation and prosecution of cases of child sexual abuse. Working with specially trained physicians, representatives from the Administration for Childrens Services, detectives from the NYPD, and members of the District Attorneys Office, [the Centers] help sexually abused children and their families navigate the criminal justice and social services systems. The Centers also provide short-term counseling, information and referrals for children and families not involved in current investigations. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Safe Horizon as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-2946970 Program: Initiative to Address Sexual Assault Agency: Criminal Justice Coordinator Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $150,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: Victims of Sexual Assault Description/Scope of Services: The sum of $150,000 will support services provided by three community-based organizations for sexual assault related services and programs. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. Organization Kingsbridge Heights Community Center (Bronx) St. Luke's-Roosevelt Crime Victims Treatment Center Intervention Program (Manhattan) Mt. Sinai Sexual Assualt & Violence Intervention Program (Queens) * Amount $50,000 $50,000 $50,000 Tax ID# 13-2813809 13-2997301 13-6171197

Initiative: Staten Island Drug Treatment Court Agency: Richmond County District Attorney Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $250,000 Boroughs Served: Staten Island First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Description/Scope of Services: This action provides $250,000 to the Richmond County District Attorney's Fiscal 2013 Other Than Personal Services budget. Funding will be used to support costs associated with the Staten Island Drug Treatment Court which will benefit from the services of Education & Assistance Corporation's Treatment Alternatives for Safe Communities program (EAC-TASC). Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency.

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Initiative: Vera Institute of Justice Agency: Department of Probation (781) Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other than Personal Services Amount: $250,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2012 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for the Vera Institute of Justice to provide substance abuse and mental health treatment to youth at risk for probation violation using the Adolescent Portable Therapy treatment program (APT). Designation Method: The City Council has designated the Vera Institute of Justice as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-1941627

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CULTURAL ORGANZIATIONS
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Cultural Organizations
Agency DCA DCA DCA Initiative Coalition of Theaters of Color Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) PEG Restoration Cultural Institution Group TOTAL Funding $700,000 $5,100,000 $6,000,000 $11,800,000

Initiative: Coalition of Theaters of Color Agency: Department of Cultural Affairs (126) Unit of Appropriation: 003 Amount: $700,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2006 Population Targeted: Supports theaters and cultural organizations primarily in communities of color. Description/Scope of Services: This funding supports the operations and programming of various organizations. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. All groups that are designated to receive funding from this initiative will have their Fiscal 2013 grant awards from DCA amended to include this additional funding. These designations will be made post-Adoption. Initiative: Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Agency: Department of Cultural Affairs (126) Unit of Appropriation: 003 Cultural Programs Amount: $5,100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2006 Population Targeted: Youth Description/Scope of Services: This funding supports after-school programs that are in partnership with cultural programs and institutions to provide arts enrichment citywide. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption. Initiative: PEG Restoration Cultural Institutions Group Agency: Department of Cultural Affairs (126) Unit of Appropriations: 004-017, 019-022, 024 Amount: $6,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: N/A Description/Scope of Services: This funding, along with the Administrations funding of $27 million, partially restores the proposed funding cuts for Fiscal 2013 for the members of the Cultural Institutions Group (CIG). Designation Method: The restoration will be distributed proportionally to the CIG members.

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DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Domestic Violence
Agency ACS CJC CJC CJC Initiative CONNECT, Inc. Community Empowerment Program Domestic Violence and Empowerment (DoVE) Initiative Legal Services for Domestic Violence Victims Sanctuary for Families - Immigrant Battered Women's Initiative TOTAL Funding $300,000 $2,500,000 $350,000 $475,000 $3,625,000

Initiative: CONNECT, Inc. Community Empowerment Program Agency: Administration for Childrens Services (068) Program Area: Preventive services Unit of Appropriation: 006 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $300,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2003 Description/Scope of Services: This action restores funding to the Community Empowerment Program (CEP) operated by CONNECT. CONNECT provides domestic violence education, outreach, technical assistance and training to community and school-based organizations. Designation Method: The City Council has designated CONNECT, Inc. as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 02-0694269 Initiative: Domestic Violence and Empowerment (DoVE) Initiative Agency: Miscellaneous Budget (098) - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $2,500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2006 Population Targeted: Domestic Violence Victims Description/Scope of Services: The $2.5 million restoration provided for the DoVE Initiative is to support the neighborhood-based provision of domestic violence services in the most vulnerable and high-incidence areas of New York City. The funds are to be used to support community-based organizations that provide prevention and empowerment workshops, comprehensive service referrals and legal advocacy to victims of domestic violence. Of the $2.5 million total, funding in the amount of $250,000 will be provided to Safe Horizon to administer this program and provide technical assistance. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Safe Horizon as the program administrator for this initiative and the following organizations as providers of this initiative for Fiscal 2013: FY13 Amount $52,750 $31,250 $15,625 $15,625 $15,625 $43,270 $31,250 $46,625 $31,250 $81,250 $31,250 $62,000
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FY13 Designation (Legal Name) Battered Women's Resource Center Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center, Inc. Brownsville Community Development Corporation (d/b/a BMS Family Health Center) (BMSFHC) Center Against Domestic Violence, The Central Family Life Center Children's Aid Society Church Avenue Merchants Block Association (CAMBA) Clergy for Community Empowerment, Inc. Community Agency for Senior Citizens, Inc. Connect, Inc. Council of Peoples Organization, Inc. District Attorney-Brooklyn

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FY13 Designation (Legal Name) Dominican Women's Development Center DWA Fanm, Inc. Edwin Gould Services for Children & Families Family Renaissance, Inc. Good Shepherd Services, Inc Greenhope Services for Women Haitian Americans United for Progress, Inc. Hebrew Home for the Aged at Riverdale Henry Street Settlement Housing Conservation Coordinators, Inc. Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy, Inc. Jericho Road, Inc. Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Inc. (aka Pride of Judea) Korean American Family Service Center (KAFSC) Legal Services for New York - Bronx Legal Services NYC - Manhattan Legal Services-Harlem Office Lutheran Family Health Center's Family Support Center Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc. Mount Sinai Center for Community Enrichment Inc. New Destiny Housing Corporation New York Asian Women's Center North Brooklyn Coalition Against Family Violence Northern Manhattan Improvement Corporation Queens Comprehensive Perinatal Council Queensboro Council for Social Welfare, Inc. Queens Hospital Center Research Foundation of the City University of New York (on Behalf of Nancy Reveron Domestic Violence Center at Hostos Community College) Safe Horizon, Inc. SAKHI for South Asian Women Salt and Sea Mission Sanctuary for Families, Inc. SCAN-NY Seamen's Society for Children and Families Shalom Task Force, Inc. South Brooklyn Legal Services Thorpe Family Residence Top Development Corporation Trinity Healing Center, Inc. Urban Justice Center Violence Intervention Program Womens Prison Association Total

FY13 Amount $81,333 $15,625 $43,270 $15,625 $15,625 $31,250 $46,625 $62,000 $31,250 $31,250 $15,625 $31,250 $31,250 $31,250 $62,000 $62,500 $21,875 $155,250 $15,625 $41,666 $30,000 $62,000 $86,541 $46,625 $31,250 $46,625 $62,000 $250,000 $31,250 $39,250 $83,333 $62,000 $31,250 $15,625 $62,125 $62,000 $46,500 $21,875 $31,250 $52,083 $46,500 $2,500,000

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Initiative: Legal Services for Domestic Violence Victims Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $350,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2001 Population Targeted: Domestic Violence Victims Description/Scope of Services: Groups funded under this initiative will provide comprehensive legal services and information to indigent victims of domestic violence appearing in court. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. Organization InMotion (formerly the Network for Women's Services) Safe Horizon Sanctuary for Families Amount $100,000 $125,000 $125,000 Tax ID# 13-3688519 13-2946970 13-3193119

Initiative: Sanctuary for Families - Immigrant Battered Women's Initiative Agency: Miscellaneous Budget - CJC Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $475,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: Domestic Violence Victims Description/Scope of Services: This action restores $475,000 to Sanctuary for Families Immigrant Battered Womens Initiative. These funds will be used to support and enhance staff salaries in the Initiatives legal and clinical programs, as well as OTPS and indirect agency costs. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Sanctuary for Families as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-3193119

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EDUCATION
Summary of FY 2013 Council Initiatives: Education
Agency DOE DOE DOE DOE DOE DOE CUNY DOE DOE DOE DYCD DOE DOE DOE DOE Initiative Bridge to Tomorrow C.H.A.M.P.S. Chess in the Schools Child Mind Institute Community Schools Planning Grant Council of School Supervisors and Administrators Creative Arts Team Custodial Operations Dropout Prevention & Intervention Full Day Universal Pre-Kindergarten Jill Chaifetz Helpline MOUSE Non-Pedagogical School-Based Staff Teachers Choice Urban Advantage-Science Education TOTAL Funding $1,250,000 $125,000 $200,000 $250,000 $150,000 $300,000 $200,000 $3,000,000 $1,000,000 $2,250,000 $200,000 $275,000 $3,000,000 $3,750,000 $2,000,000 $17,950,000

Initiative: Bridge to Tomorrow Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 401 - General Education Instruction and School Leadership - PS Amount: $1,250,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Population Targeted: Job candidates at Workforce1 Centers without a high school diploma or equivalent Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports the Bridge to Tomorrow program that provides GED assessments, preparation and testing to clients of the Department of Small Business Services at Workforce1 Centers. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: C.H.A.M.P.S. Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 401 - General Education Instruction and School Leadership - PS Amount: $125,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2007 Population Targeted: Middle school students Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports the C.H.A.M.P.S. program that helps to improve fitness levels and overall health of middle school students by increasing opportunities to engage in physical activity. It promotes healthrelated fitness through before- and after-school sports programs in over 200 middle schools in all five boroughs. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Program: Chess in the Schools, Inc. Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 454 - Central Administration - OTPS Amount: $200,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2010 Population Targeted: Public school students and teachers. Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to support the School Program that offers chess classes during the school day and school chess clubs and the Project Chess initiative that trains teachers to teach chess and launch chess education programs. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Chess in the Schools, Inc. as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-6119036

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Initiative: Child Mind Institute Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 454 Central Administration OTPS Amount: $250,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Public school teachers. Description/Scope of Services: The funding would support the Child Mind Institutes Teacher-Child Interaction Training (TCIT). The project aims to provide teachers in public schools with a specific set of skills so they can better manage disruptive behaviors in the classroom. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the Child Mind Institute as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 80-0478843 Initiative: Community Schools Planning Grant Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 454 - Central Administration - OTPS Amount: $150,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: The allocation supports the UFTs Community Schools Program which will be launched in six public schools. Their community partners will create strategies that will tie specific health and social services directly to the schools students and their families. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the United Federation of Teachers as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-5582895 Initiative: Council of School Supervisors and Administrators (CSA) Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 454 - Central Administration - OTPS Amount: $300,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2002 Population Targeted: Members of the Council of Supervisors and Administrators Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports the CSAs Executive Leadership Institute (ELI) which maintains five borough learning centers and provides professional development and training to principals and other school leadership staff. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the Council of School Supervisors and Administrators as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 11-2024569 Initiative: Creative Arts Team Agency: City University of New York (042) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $200,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: New York City youth, parents, and teachers Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to support the Creative Arts Team, which challenges at-risk youth with participatory drama workshops and residencies that foster important learning skills and positive social development. These outreach programs serve a variety of student populations in regular, special education, alternative, and Head Start programs. They are also age-appropriate and tailored for each grade level from Pre-K to high school. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Custodial Operations Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 435 School Facilities -PS Amount: $3,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2010

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Population Targeted: School Custodians Description/Scope of Services: This allocation partially restores a budget reduction to custodial allocations and shall mitigate reductions to services provided by DOE custodians. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Dropout Prevention and Intervention Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 454 - Central Administration - OTPS Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2008 Population Targeted: New York City public school students at risk of dropping out Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to support dropout prevention and intervention programs. Contracted providers offer a range of student support, school restructuring and professional development services. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following organizations as the providers for this initiative: Organization El Puente Good Shepherd Services Enact Turnaround for Children Institute for Student Achievement Amount $40,400 $204,400 $306,000 $244,800 $204,400 Tax ID Number 11-2614265 13-5598710 13-3422660 06-1495529 11-2995109

Initiative: Full Day Universal Pre-Kindergarten (UPK) Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 402- General Education Instruction and School Leadership OTPS Amount: $2,250,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2008 Population Targeted: Four-year old children Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to supplement universal pre-kindergarten programs provided by selected community based organizations by adding funding to extend the two and one-half hour UPK program to a full school day program. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Jill Chaifetz Helpline Agency: Department of Youth and Community Development (260) Unit of Appropriation: 312 Youth Services-OTPS Amount: $200,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2007 Population Targeted: Parents of New York City School Children Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding to support the Jill Chaifetz Helpline operated by Advocates for Children that provides information to parents of public school children and the public about the policies, programs, and practices of the Department of Education and its schools. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Advocates for Children as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 11-2247307 Initiative: MOUSE Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 454 - Central Administration - OTPS Amount: $275,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Public school students Description/Scope of Services: Making Opportunities for Upgrading Schools and Education (MOUSE) prepares and supports students in establishing and managing technical support help desks in their schools.

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Designation Method: The City Council has designated Making Opportunities for Upgrading Schools and Education as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-3973319 Initiative: Non-Pedagogical School-Based Staff Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 401 - General Education Instruction and School Leadership - PS Amount: $3,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Population Targeted: Non-pedagogical school-based staff Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding that contributes to the restoration of 650 school support staff positions, including school aides, family workers, SAPIS workers, and others. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Teacher's Choice Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 402 - General Education Instruction and School Leadership - OTPS Amount: $3,750,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 1999 Population Targeted: Public school teachers and staff Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding used to reimburse teachers and other school staff for purchases of supplies used for student instruction. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Urban Advantage-Science Education Agency: Department of Education (040) Unit of Appropriation: 454 - Central Administration - OTPS Amount: $2,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: Middle school students and their teachers Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports the Urban Advantage Program, which is a unique collaboration of seven science oriented institutions to provide professional development for middle school science teachers, school and class-based resources and assist middle school students in completing state-mandated exit projects and requirements. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the American Museum of Natural History as the administrator for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-6162659

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FIRE SERVICES
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Fire
Agency FDNY Initiative Fire Company Restoration TOTAL Funding $43,582,294 $43,582,294

Initiative: Fire Company Restoration Agency: FDNY Unit of Appropriation: 002 Fire Extinguishment/Emergency PS Amount: $43,582,294 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2010 Population Targeted: Citywide Description/Scope of Services: This action restores $43,582,294 to maintain operations of 20 Fire Companies and retain 505 firefighter positions. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency.

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GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Public Administrators
Agency BP PAs Initiative Manhattan Borough President Public Administrators TOTAL Funding $100,000 $383,606 $483,606

Initiative: Manhattan Borough President Agency: Borough Presidents Unit of Appropriation: 002 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2004 Description/Scope of Services: This action provides funding to the Borough Presidents Fiscal 2013 budget to supplement the agencies Other Than Personal Services (OTPS) resources. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agencies. Initiative: Public Administrators Agency: Public Administrator Unit of Appropriation: 001 Personal Services Amount: $383,606 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2008 Description/Scope of Services: This action provides funding to the Public Administrators Fiscal 2013 budgets to supplement the agencies Personal Services (PS) resources. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agencies. Organization Public Administrator-New York County Public Administrator-Bronx County Public Administrator-Kings County Public Administrator-Queens County Public Administrator-Richmond County Amount $87,421 $74,514 $79,609 $73,262 $68,800

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HEALTH and MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES and HHC


Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Health and Mental Health Services and HHC Initiative/Restoration DOHMH, Health Services and Prevention Asthma Control Program and East Harlem Asthma Center of Excellence Restoration* Callen Lorde Cancer Initiatives* Child Health Clinics (HHC pass-through)* Family Planning* HIV Prevention - Evidence-Based Behavioral Interventions* HIV Prevention and Health Literacy for Seniors* HIV/AIDS - Communities of Color (Prevention & Education)* HIV/AIDS - Faith Based Initiative* Infant Mortality Reduction* Injection Drug Users Health Alliance (IDUHA)* Nutrition Program Administration PEG Restoration NYU Dental Van and Pediatric Clinic Obesity Intervention Programs* Rapid HIV Testing (HHC pass-through)* Sexual Health - PEG Restorations to STD Clinic Saturday Hours and STEP UP* Subtotal, DOHMH, Health Services and Prevention DOHMH, Mental Health and Hygiene Autism Awareness Bailey House Children Under Five Mental Health Initiative Geriatric Mental Health Services Mental Health Contracts Mental Hygiene Contracted Services PEG Restoration - Chemical Dependency/ADUPCT Mental Hygiene Contracted Services PEG Restoration - DD Clinics Mental Hygiene Contracted Services PEG Restoration - Mental Health Providers Suicide Prevention Hotline Young Adult Institute and Workshop, Inc. Subtotal, DOHMH, Mental Health and Hygiene Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) HHC Developmental Evaluation Clinic Funding HHC Substance Abuse Services - PEG Restoration HHC Unrestricted Operating Subsidy Subtotal, HHC TOTAL Funding $818,000 $350,000 $1,525,000 $5,000,000 $350,000 $1,358,000 $400,000 $1,125,000 $1,500,000 $2,500,000 $1,000,000 $995,000 $268,000 $1,300,000 $2,000,000 $297,000 $20,786,000

$1,310,000 $125,000 $1,250,000 $2,000,000 $375,000 $525,000 $806,000 $1,164,000 $247,000 $200,000 $8,002,000

$1,467,000 $50,000 $6,000,000 $7,517,000 $36,305,000

* The items above marked with an asterisk are potentially eligible for State matching funds.

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DOHMH, Health Services and Prevention


Initiative: Asthma Control Program and PEG restoration to East Harlem Asthma Center of Excellence Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Unit of Appropriation: 103 and113 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Personal Services and Other than Personal Services (OTPS), respectively Amount: $818,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: Fiscal 2004; Fiscal 2013 Population Targeted: Children and families living in District Public Health Office neighborhoods Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports the Departments Managing Asthma in Daycare Program, an asthma screening, education and care coordination program administered by community based organizations in communities experiencing disproportionately high asthma rates. The Council also provides funding directly to the Department to participate in the NYC Asthma Partnership and to continue its Integrated Pest Management and Open Airways programs in schools. Lastly, this funding restores positions dedicated to outreach services at the East Harlem Asthma Center of Excellence. Designation Method: The City Council has restored/designated the following providers for Fiscal 2013: Legal Name of Organization Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Queens Comprehensive Perinatal Council Long Island College Hospital Bronx Lebanon Hospital Union Settlement Association, Inc. TOTAL EIN/Tax ID 13-6400434 13-6400434 13-6400434 11-2870422 11-1018985 13-1974191 13-1632530 EIN Program Outreach Services at the East Harlem Center of Excellence (EHACE) Integrated Pest Management American Lung Association (Open Airways) Managing Asthma in Daycare (MAD) Managing Asthma in Daycare (MAD) Managing Asthma in Daycare (MAD) Managing Asthma in Daycare (MAD) Program FY 2013 Award $318,000 100,000 100,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 75,000 $818,000

Initiative: Callen Lorde Community Health Center Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Health Care Access and Improvement Unit of Appropriation: 117 Health Care Access and Improvement Primary Care Amount: $350,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2013 Population Targeted: Uninsured patients Description/Scope of Services: This allocation will support the provision of comprehensive care and treatment in four specific areas for the uninsured patients: women's health; screening and treatment of sexually transmitted infections, including HIV / AIDS; adolescent services; and senior services. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Callen Lorde Community Health Center as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-3409680

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Initiative: Cancer Initiative Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Unit of Appropriation: 113 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention OTPS Amount: $1,525,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2003 Population Targeted: All Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports various screening, education and supportive services for breast, colon and ovarian cancer. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2013: Legal Name of Organization American Cancer Society American-Italian Cancer Foundation Self-Help for Women with Breast or Ovarian Cancer (SHARE), Inc. Gilda's Club New York, Inc. Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, Inc. Ralph Lauren Center for Cancer Care and Prevention Astoria/Queens Share-ing and Care-ing, Inc. TOTAL EIN 16-0743902 13-3035711 13-3131914 13-4046652 13-2739694 02-0597827 11-3220371 Fiscal 2013 Awards $1,000,000 175,500 87,000 40,000 40,500 100,000 82,000 $1,525,000

Initiative: Child Health Clinics Agency: Health and Hospitals Corporation (HHC) (819) via DOHMH (816) Program Area: Health Care Access and Improvement Unit of Appropriation: 117 Health Care Access and Improvement OTPS Amount: $5,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2000 Population Targeted: Youth Description/Scope of Services: This allocation provides net deficit funding for HHCs Child Health Clinics. This action ensures that child health clinics will remain open, and provide sufficient levels of access and quality care. HHC child health clinics provide the medical attention children need to stay healthy, including immunizations, physicals and treatment for just about everything from the common cold to more serious conditions, like asthma. Families also have access to specialists outside of the center, including a wide range of pediatric subspecialists. Designation Method: This funding is provided to the Health and Hospitals Corporation via an intra-city transfer with DOHMH. Initiative: Family Planning Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Unit of Appropriation: 113 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention - Other than Personal Services Amount: $350,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2000 Population Targeted: Teens Description/Scope of Services: This allocation to Planned Parenthood of New York City (PPNYC) supports reproductive health and pregnancy prevention services for uninsured and high-risk teens and wholly supports Teen Advocates, a PPNYC peer education program promoting sexual and reproductive health in targeted zip codes that have high sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and teen pregnancy rates. Designation Method: The City Council has designated PPNYC as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-2621497

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Initiative: HIV Prevention Evidence-Based Behavioral Interventions Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Disease Prevention and Treatment- HIV/AIDS Unit of Appropriation: 112 Disease Control and Epidemiology OTPS Amount: $1,358,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2013 Population Targeted: High risk negatives and newly diagnosed positives Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores six months of funding for the back end of Calendar Year 2012 DOHMH contracts for evidenced based behavioral individual and group level interventions. Designation Method: The City Council has restored the following contracts for Fiscal 2013: Legal Name of Organization AIDS Center of Queens County, Inc. Bronx AIDS Services Brooklyn AIDS Task Force, Inc. CAMBA, Inc. Caribbean Women's Health Association, Inc. Exponents, Inc. Gay Men's Health Crisis, Inc. Harlem United Community AIDS Center, Inc. Health People HHC Metropolitan Hospital Center Latino Commission on AIDS, Inc. Lesbian & Gay Community Services Center, Inc. Osborne Association, Inc. Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc. Safe Horizon, Inc. Sunset Park Family Health Center Women's Prison Association and Home, Inc. TOTAL EIN 11-2837894 13-3599121 11-3031208 11-2480339 13-3323168 13-3572677 13-3130146 13-3461695 51-0418243 13-6400434 13-3629466 13-3217805 13-5563028 13-2621497 13-2946970 20-2508411 13-5596836 Fiscal 2013 Award $96,000 $190,000 $46,000 $97,000 $46,000 $40,000 $88,000 $100,000 $100,000 $42,000 $97,000 $80,000 $56,000 $56,000 $56,000 $64,000 $104,000 $1,358,000

Initiative: HIV Prevention and Health Literacy for Seniors Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Disease Prevention and Treatment- HIV/AIDS Unit of Appropriation: 112 Disease Control and Epidemiology OTPS Amount: $400,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2008 Population Targeted: Seniors Description/Scope of Services: This allocation to the AIDS Community Research Initiative of America (ACRIA) supports the development of a citywide prevention and education program to target senior services and healthcare providers, faith-based organizations, health department staff, and older adult peer educators. This initiative also seeks to improve knowledge and raise awareness and sensitivity among healthcare providers and others who provide services to seniors on the unique needs of older adults with HIV, thereby contributing to the mainstreaming of this population into the senior services network. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the Community Research Initiative on AIDS, Inc. (d/b/a AIDS Community Research Initiative of America) as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-3632234

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Initiative: HIV/AIDS Communities of Color (Prevention & Education) Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Disease Prevention and Treatment- HIV/AIDS Unit of Appropriation: 112 Disease Control and Epidemiology OTPS Amount: $1,125,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2006 Population Targeted: Those at-risk of contracting HIV and those living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs) as well as communities of color at high risk for contracting HIV, particularly men who have sex with men (MSMs) under 30, young women of color, substance users and/or residents of high-prevalence neighborhoods. Description/Scope of Services: This allocation awards contracts for two categories. The first category supports programs that provide outreach, rapid testing or rapid testing referral, linkage to care for PLWHA, supportive services and mental health screenings. The second category supports programs that make male and female condoms readily available and free of charge to high risk groups, particularly young MSMs and young women of color, with preference given to providers who distribute condoms in non-traditional settings such as bars and beauty salons. Public Health Solutions and Community Resource Exchange, Inc. administer the contracts to a number of organizations. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption and approved by Council Resolution.

Initiative: HIV/AIDS Faith Based Initiative Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Disease Prevention and Treatment- HIV/AIDS Unit of Appropriation: 112 Disease Control and Epidemiology OTPS Amount: $1,500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2005 Population Targeted: Varied Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding for prevention, education, outreach, advocacy and support services. This funding is directed to local religious institutions and community-based organizations that demonstrate an ability to engage vulnerable populations and to connect them to care. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations as the program administrators of this initiative and will also designate the organizations and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-adoption and will be approved by Council Resolution.

Initiative: Infant Mortality Reduction Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Unit of Appropriation: 113 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention OTPS Amount: $2,500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide targeting community districts with high infant mortality rates. First Year Funded: Fiscal 2002 Population Targeted: Expectant mothers and women of childbearing age Description/Scope of Services: This allocation promotes womens health before, during and after pregnancy and works in areas with the highest infant mortality rates to improve maternal and child health outcomes through a network of community based providers offering a range of interventions: outreach, referrals, workshops, case management and peer education. Additionally, the Departments Bureau of Maternal, Infant and Reproductive Health receives a separate designation to support teen pregnancy prevention, Cribs for Kids and the Nurse-Family Partnership (NFP), a nationwide nurse home-visiting program committed to improving the health, well-being and self-sufficiency of low income, first-time mothers and their children. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2013: Fiscal 2013 Award Amount $105,388 $125,606 $126,660
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Legal Name of Organization Caribbean Women's Health Association, Inc. Bronx Health Link Brooklyn Perinatal Network Inc

EIN 13-3323168 13-4045022 13-3428222

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Legal Name of Organization Federation of County Networks Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership Queens Comprehensive Perinatal Council Little Sisters of the Assumption Community Healthcare Network, Inc. (Manhattan) Lower East Side Family Union Northern Manhattan Perinatal Partnership William F. Ryan Health Center Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center, Inc. NYC Health and Hospital Corp./East New York Diagnostic and Treatment Center Church Avenue Merchants Block Association (CAMBA) Fort Greene Strategic Neighborhood Action Partnership (S.N.A.P.) Greater Brooklyn Health Coalition Diaspora Community Services, Inc. Christopher Rose Community Empowerment Campaign Clergy United for Community Empowerment, Inc. (formerly SQCCE) Forestdale, Inc. Haitian Americans United For Progress, Inc. Queens Comprehensive Perinatal Council (Downstate NY Healthy Start Project staff) Visiting Nurse Service of New York Home Care, Inc./Early Steps Family Center Community Healthcare Network, Inc. (Bronx) Urban Health Plan, Inc. Morris Heights Health Center African Services Committee Bronx Works, formerly Citizen Advice Bureau Good Shepherd Services Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc. St. Barnabas Hospital Richmond Medical Center d/b/a Richmond University Medical Center SCO-Family of Services (Brooklyn NFP) Community Healthcare Network, Inc. Mount Sinai School of Medicine of New York University Federation of County Networks DOHMH Infant, Maternal and Reproductive Health Programs TOTAL

EIN 13-4156022 13-3782555 11-2870422 13-2867881 13-3083068 23-7412423 13-3782555 13-2884976 11-2412205 13-2655001 11-2480339 11-3343941 11-3484928 11-3122295 11-3423612 11-3030795 11-1631747 11-2423857 11-2870422 13-1624211 13-3083068 23-7360305 06-1081232 13-3749744 13-3254484 13-5598710 13-2621497 13-1740122 74-3177454 11-2777066 13-3083068 13-1624096 13-4156022 13-6400434

Fiscal 2013 Award Amount $129,524 $138,474 $127,019 $24,796 $24,796 $27,891 $20,757 $27,891 $24,796 $25,800 $29,157 $29,448 $29,157 $29,157 $20,757 $24,796 $24,796 $20,757 $24,796 $24,796 $22,320 $22,320 $22,320 $22,320 $22,320 $22,320 $22,320 $22,320 $20,757 $261,303 $171,045 $123,541 $28,539 $529,240 $2,500,000

Initiative: Injection Drug Users Health Alliance (IDUHA) Harm Reduction Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Disease Prevention and Treatment- HIV/AIDS Unit of Appropriation: 112 Disease Control and Epidemiology OTPS Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2005 Population Targeted: Injection drug users and their families Description/Scope of Services: This allocation aims to combat the spread of HIV/AIDS as passed through intravenous drug use through enabling sterile syringe access, facilitating Hepatitis C care coordination and through offering overdose prevention, addiction treatment and mental health screening services. Providers under this initiative comprise the Injection Drug Users Health Alliance (IDUHA).

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Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption and approved by Council Resolution.

Initiative: Nutrition Program Administration PEG Restoration Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Disease Prevention and Treatment- HIV/AIDS Unit of Appropriation: 112 Disease Control and Epidemiology OTPS Amount: $995,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2010 Population Targeted: HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) Clients Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for HASAs contract with Momentum to administer its nutrition program, which provides counseling, food, and dietary services to HIV/AIDS clients. Designation Method: The City Council has designated The Momentum Project, Inc. as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-3556768

Initiative: NYU Mobile Dental Van and Pediatric Clinic Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Health Care Access and Improvement Unit of Appropriation: 117 - Health Care Access and Improvement OTPS Amount: $268,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2005 Population Targeted: Youth in public schools Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports New York University College of Dentistrys (NYUCD) Mobile Dental Van Program & Pediatric Dental Clinic to medically underserved children citywide. Designation Method: The City Council has designated New York University College of Dentistry as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-5562308

Initiative: Obesity Intervention Program Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Unit of Appropriation: 113 Health Promotion and Disease Prevention OTPS Amount: $1,300,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2007 Population Targeted: Children Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports a number of obesity prevention programs that provide nutrition and wellness education and promote physical fitness to curb and prevent obesity in young New Yorkers. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2013: Legal Name of Organization Foundation for the Advancement of Cardiac Therapies-Health Corp. Harlem Hospital Center New York Road Runners Foundation, Inc. TOTAL EIN 26-1269358 13-3092676 13-3987945 Fiscal 2013 Award $750,000 300,000 250,000 $1,300,000

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Initiative: Rapid HIV Testing Agency: HHC (819) via DOHMH (816) Program Area: Disease Prevention and Treatment- HIV/AIDS Unit of Appropriation: 112 Disease Control and Epidemiology OTPS Amount: $2,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2006 Population Targeted: HHC Patients Description/Scope of Services: This allocation expands HHCs HIV rapid testing and counseling services on a routine basis at inpatient units and select outpatient settings at public hospitals and clinics. Designation Method: This funding is provided to the Health and Hospitals Corporation via an intra-city transfer. Initiative: Sexual Health PEG Restorations to STD Clinic Saturday Hours and STEP UP Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Disease Prevention and Treatment- HIV/AIDS Unit of Appropriation: 102 Disease Control and Epidemiology PS Amount: $300,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2013 Population Targeted: DOHMH STD clinic patients and students in schools participating in STEP UP. Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores: Weekly Saturday hours at the Central Harlem STD clinic; and Keeps weekly (rather than biweekly) Saturday hours in each of the following locations: (a) Chelsea, (b) Morrisania, (c) Fort Greene and (d) Jamaica. Designation Method: This funding is provided directly to the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.

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DOHMH, Mental Health and Hygiene


Initiative: Autism Awareness Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Development Disabilities Unit of Appropriation: 121 - Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Amount: $1,250,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2008 Population Targeted: Children affected by Autism Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports wraparound services to autistic children in after-school, summer programs and during school closings. The program will also provide forums and training seminars to teach coping skills to families affected by autism. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption and approved by Council Resolution.

Initiative: Bailey House Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Health Services Unit of Appropriation: 120 Mental Health Services Amount: $125,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2013 Population Targeted: All Description/Scope of Services: This allocation will support services that will improve the overall health and well-being of community by (a) assisting with establishing a mental health clinic in East Harlem, which has been designated as a Medically Underserved Area/Population as well as a primary care and Mental Health Professional Shortage Area by the US Health Resources and Services Administration. The clinic will be one of the only community-based mental health clinics in the area and will expand Bailey Houses current mental health services to comprehensively address the needs of its surrounding community; and (b) sustaining substance abuse and risk reduction services for hundreds of individuals living with HIV/AIDS as Bailey House transitions from federal contracts to other funding sources. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Bailey House, Inc. as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-3165181

Initiative: Children under Five Initiative Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Health Services Unit of Appropriation: 120 - Mental Health Amount: $1,250,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2005 Population Targeted: Children under the age of five who have either been victims of violence or have been exposed to violence. Description/Scope of Services: This allocation funds community-based outpatient mental health clinics throughout the City to provide mental health treatment for children age five and under. Mental health treatment activities include, but are not limited to, screening and clinical evaluation; individual, small group and child-parent psychotherapy; trauma informed interventions (trauma-informed care is an approach to engaging people with histories of trauma that recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and acknowledges the role that trauma has played in their lives); and consultation to pediatricians, preschool teachers and child welfare workers. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption and approved by Council Resolution.

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Initiative: Geriatric Mental Health Services Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Health Services Unit of Appropriation: 120 - Mental Health Amount: $2,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2006 Population Targeted: Seniors with mental disabilities Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to strengthen the infrastructure of experienced organizations providing a range of mental health services in non-clinical settings such as senior centers, drop-in centers, religious institutions, social clubs, and homeless prevention programs and in the home. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption and approved by Council Resolution.

Initiative: Mental Health Contracts Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Health Services Unit of Appropriation: 120 - Mental Health Amount: $375,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2004 Population Targeted: Adults Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding for programs and contracts that provide a range of mental health services. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2013: Legal Name of Organization Center for Urban and Community Services, Inc. Coalition of Behavioral Health Agencies, Inc., The Greenwich House, Inc. Children's Aid Society, The Child Center of New York, Inc., The TOTAL EIN 13-3687891 13-2729071 13-5562204 13-5562191 11-1733454 Fiscal 2013 Award 100,000 85,000 50,000 95,000 45,000 375,000

Initiative: Mental Hygiene Contracted Services Partial PEG Restoration Chemical Dependency/ADUPCT Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Chemical Dependency Unit of Appropriation: 122 Chemical Dependency Amount: $525,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2012 Population Targeted: Varies Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports contracts for medically supervised outpatient programs (MSOPs). MSOPs are designed to assist patients in supporting abstinence and recovery from chemical dependence and abuse and typically offer a variety of services such as individual and group counseling; individualized treatment plans; addiction education; co-dependency counseling; relapse prevention; psychiatrist and nurse on-site; and DMV referrals. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2013: Legal Name of Organization Alcoholism Council/ Fellowship Center of New York, Inc., The Greenwich House, Inc. St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center Bowery Residents' Committee, Inc. South Bronx Mental Health Council, Inc. EIN 23-7086871 13-5562204 13-2997301 13-2736659 13-3039605 Fiscal 2013 Award $49,000 $22,000 $36,000 $33,000 $38,000
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Legal Name of Organization Child Center of NY, Inc., The Child Center of NY, Inc., The Long Island Jewish Medical Center Hamilton Madison House, Inc. Staten Island Mental Health Society, Inc. Inwood Community Service Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Mental Health Providers of Western Queens, Inc. TOTAL

EIN 11-1733454 11-1733454 11-2241326 13-5562412 13-5623279 13-3087407 11-2047151 51-0204121

Fiscal 2013 Award $34,000 $37,000 $101,000 $33,000 $30,000 $31,000 $26,000 $55,000 $525,000

Initiative: Mental Hygiene Contracted Services Partial PEG Restoration DD Clinics Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Retardation/Development Disabilities Unit of Appropriation: 121 Mental Retardation/Development Disabilities Amount: $806,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2012 Population Targeted: Varies Description/Scope of Services: This allocation provides net deficit funding to select Article 16 Developmental Disability clinics. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following providers for Fiscal 2013: Legal Name of Organization EIN Fiscal 2013 Award 13-1624225 $300,000 Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Yeshiva University CERC Clinic 13-2608325 $184,000 Epilepsy Institute 13-5623279 $322,000 Staten Island Mental Health Society $806,000 TOTAL Initiative: Mental Hygiene Contracted Services Partial PEG Restoration Mental Health Providers Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Health Services Unit of Appropriation: 120 Mental Health Amount: $1,164,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2012 Population Targeted: Varies Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports contracts for bridger (transition management) programs, psychosocial clubs, recreation programs and adult respite programs. These programs offer community supports to New Yorkers with serious mental illness and their families at various stages of the recovery/rehabilitation process. Designation Method: The Council has designated the following: Legal Name of Organization PSCH, INC. (Kingsboro Psychiatric Center) Institute for Community Living, Inc. Ohel Children's Home and Family Service, Inc. Federation Employment and Guidance Service, Inc. Sky Light Center, Inc. Mental Health Association of NYC, The Mental Health Association of NYC, The Lutheran Medical Center Jamaica Service Program for Older Adults - Friendship Sr. Ctr. NYSARC, Inc. TOTAL EIN 11-2542430 13-3306195 11-6078704 13-1624000 13-3473726 13-2637308 13-2637308 11-1839567 51-0204121 13-5596746 Fiscal 2013 Award $127,000 $244,000 $20,000 $127,000 $17,000 $20,000 $38,000 $268,000 $199,000 $104,000 $1,164,000

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Initiative: Samaritans of New York Suicide Prevention Hotline PEG Restoration Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Health Services Unit of Appropriation: 120 Mental Health Amount: $247,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2011 Population Targeted: All Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a PEG restoration for Samaritans of New York Suicide Prevention Services, which consists of 24-hour confidential suicide prevention hotline. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the Samaritans of New York, Inc., as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-3164464

Initiative: Young Adult Institute and Workshop, Inc. (YAI) Agency: DOHMH (816) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Development Disabilities Unit of Appropriation: 121 - Mental Retardation and Developmental Disabilities Amount: $200,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2007 Population Targeted: Developmentally disabled adults Description/Scope of Services: This allocation partially restores YAI's three adult rehabilitation and recreation programs: (1) the Manhattan Evening Adjustment Program (MEAP) and (2) the Bronx Evening Adjustment Program. These programs provide essential socialization and community inclusion services for adults with developmental disabilities (DD). Designation Method: The City Council has designated Young Adult Institute and Workshop, Inc. as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 11-2030172

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Health and Hospitals Corporation


Initiative: HHC Developmental Evaluation Clinic Funding Agency: HHC (819) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Retardation/Development Disabilities Unit of Appropriation: 001 Lump Sum Amount: $1,467,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2011 Population Targeted: HHC patients Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to restore the Developmental Evaluation Clinics (DECs) located at HHC's (1) Morrisania Diagnostic and Treatment Center; (2) Renaissance Health Care Network Diagnostic and Treatment Center; and (3) Kings County Hospital. HHCs DECs offer evaluation, diagnosis and targeted treatment for children with cerebral palsy, developmental disabilities and neurological impairments that limit intellectual, academic and communication potential. Designation Method: This funding is provided directly to the Health and Hospitals Corporation. Initiative: HHC Substance Abuse Treatment and Services PEG Restoration Agency: HHC (819) Program Area: N/A Unit of Appropriation: 001 Lump Sum Amount: $50,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2012 Population Targeted: Varied Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports training sessions for clinicians working within chemical dependency treatment programs with a focus on improving program performance related to care coordination, recovery supports, and aftercare planning. Designation Method: This funding is provided directly to the Health and Hospitals Corporation.

Initiative: Partial PEG Restoration to Unrestricted Operating Subsidy Agency: HHC (819) Program Area: Mental Hygiene Mental Retardation/Development Disabilities Unit of Appropriation: 001 Lump Sum Amount: $6,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: Fiscal 2012 Population Targeted: HHC patients Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a partial restoration to HHCs Unrestricted Operating Subsidy. This subsidy serves as a lump-sum appropriation to HHC in recognition of the financial challenges of serving uninsured and Medicaid patients. Payments associated with these particular services and patients do not cover the full costs of care. Designation Method: This funding is provided directly to the Health and Hospitals Corporation.

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HIGHER EDUCATION
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Higher Education
Agency CUNY CUNY CUNY CUNY CUNY CUNY CUNY Initiative Center for Puerto Rican Studies CUNY Advanced Certificate Program CUNY Nursing Initiative Diversity in the Media Program Dominican Studies Institute Hunter College Food Policy Center Murphy Institute Center for Worker Education TOTAL Funding $250,000 $101,137 $45,000 $100,000 $250,000 $200,000 $100,000 $1,046,137

Initiative: Center for Puerto Rican Studies Agency: City University of New York (042) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $250,000 First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a restoration to the Center for Puerto Rican Studies, which was created to archive, preserve, and research Puerto Rican culture. The Center is located at Hunter College in Manhattan. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: CUNY Advanced Certificate Program Agency: City University of New York (042) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $101,137 First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: The program provides additional, targeted classroom and lab instruction for CUNY students studying computer science and related fields to prepare them to join the Citys tech workforce. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: CUNY Nursing Program Agency: City University of New York (042) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $45,000 First Fiscal Year Funded: 2010 Description/Scope of Services: This funding will provide professional training for a graduating cohort of nurses. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Diversity in the Media Program Agency: City University of New York (042) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $100,000 First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Description/Scope of Services: This funding will be used by NYC Media to increase diversity in the production industry and provide meaningful workforce development opportunities and critical career training for television production for CUNY students. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Dominican Studies Institute Agency: City University of New York (042) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $250,000 First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a restoration to the CUNY Dominican Studies Institute, which was created to archive, preserve, and research the Dominican culture. The institute is located at City College in

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Manhattan. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: Hunter College Food Policy Center Agency: City University of New York (042) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $200,000 First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: The NYC Food Policy Center at Hunter College seeks to assist New York City communities, residents, government agencies and institutions to develop, implement and evaluate policies that will improve the citys food environment and reduce food-related health, social, environmental and economic problems. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Program: Murphy Institute Center for Worker Education Agency: City University of New York (042) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Community Colleges OTPS Amount: $100,000 First Fiscal Year Funded: 2006 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a restoration to the Murphy Institute Center for Worker Education which provides access to education for working adults and training and education for New York City union members. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency.

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HOMELESS SERVICES
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Homeless Services
Agency DHS Initiative Citywide Homeless Prevention Fund TOTAL Funding $250,000 $250,000

Initiative: Citywide Homeless Prevention Fund Agency: Department of Homeless Services (071) Program Area: Prevention and After Care Unit of Appropriation: 200 Other than Personal Services Amount: $250,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2007 Population Targeted: Potentially homeless individuals and families Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a restoration for a homeless prevention program that provides emergency grants to families in crisis at risk of eviction in order to keep them in their homes and avoid the shelter system. Approximately 250 low-income families will be assisted. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. Organization Coalition for the Homeless Community Service Society The Bridge Fund Amount $150,000 $50,000 $50,000 Tax ID# 13-3072967 13-5562202 13-3824852

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HOUSING
Summary of Council Initiatives: Housing
Agency HPD HPD HPD HPD HPD HPD HPD HPD Initiative Citywide Task Force on Housing Court Community Consultants Housing Preservation Initiative Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program Anti-Eviction & SRO Legal Services PRATT Block by Block Subsidized Housing Information Project (SHIP) Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development TOTAL Funding $500,000 $415,000 $1,250,000 $750,000 $2,000,000 $134,000 $45,000 $100,000 $5,194,000

Program: Citywide Task Force on Housing Court Agency: HPD Unit of Appropriation: 011 Office of Housing Preservation- Other Than Personal Services Program Area: Preservation-Anti Abandonment Amount: $500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 1999 Population Targeted: Tenants who attend housing court Description/Scope of Services: Provides for the continuation and enhancement of a contract with the Housing Court Answers, Inc. (formerly known as City-Wide Task Force on Housing Court, Inc.) for the provision of information services for tenants and small landlords, which is provided at tables located in the Citys Housing Courts. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated Housing Court Answers, Inc. (formerly known as City-Wide Task Force on Housing Court, Inc.) as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-3317188 Program: Community Consultants Agency: HPD Unit of Appropriation: 009 Office of Development Other Than Personal Services Program Area: Preservation-Anti Abandonment Amount: $415,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 1992 Population Targeted: Low-income housing residents Description/Scope of Services: The Community Consultant program allows neighborhood-based groups to provide the following services: tenant organization; code enforcement advocacy; housing court assistance; apartment repossession; and other housing-related public education. Allocation Designation: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption. Program: Housing Preservation Initiative Agency: HPD Unit of Appropriation: 009 Office of Development Other Than Personal Services Program Area: Preservation-Other Agency Services Amount: $1,250,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2008 Population Targeted: Low-income housing residents Description/Scope of Services: This initiative allows neighborhood-based groups to design and implement a grassroots-based approach to the most critical threat to affordable housing in their individual community. Allocation Designation: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption.

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Program: Mortgage Foreclosure Prevention Program: Center for New York City Neighborhoods Agency: HPD Unit of Appropriation: 009 Office of Development Other Than Personal Services Program Area: Preservation-Anti Abandonment Amount: $750,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2007 Population Targeted: Low-income housing residents Description/Scope of Services: This funding supports the Center for New York City Neighborhoods, an independent, not-for profit entity, which coordinates the work of organizations providing technical services citywide, legal services providers, and community based organizations working to assist homeowners who are in danger of losing their homes due to mortgage foreclosure. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated the Center for New York City Neighborhoods (CNYCN) as the provider for this initiative. CNYCN will award grants to other organizations through a competitive process. Tax ID#: 83-0506416 Program: Anti Eviction and SRO Legal Services Agency: HPD Unit of Appropriation: 011 Program Area: Preservation-Other Agency Services Amount: $2,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 1995 Population Targeted: Low-and moderate-income people faced with illegal eviction; Single Resident Occupancy (SRO) tenants Description/Scope of Services: Legal services and advocacy Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. These designations will be made post-Adoption. Program: Pratt Block by Block Agency: HPD Unit of Appropriation: 009 Program Area: Preservation Anti-Abandonment Amount: $134,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Population Targeted: Homeowners, renters Description/Scope of Services: Pratt Block by Block Retrofits. This initiative will provide a one-time grant to the Pratt Center for Community Development to support an energy audit research program to increase energy retrofits in New York City. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated Pratt Center for Community Development as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 11-1630822 Program: Subsidized Housing Information Project (SHIP) Agency: HPD Unit of Appropriation: 009 Program Area: Preservation Anti-Abandonment Amount: $45,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Homeowners, renters Description/Scope of Services: As part of the Speaker's State of the City initiative in 2011, this initiative will fund the Furman Center to conduct training and outreach to potential users of a new, comprehensive database of New York City's privately owned subsidized housing. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated the Furman Center for Real Estate and Urban Policy as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-5562308

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Program: Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development Agency: HPD Unit of Appropriation: 009 Program Area: Preservation Anti-Abandonment Amount: $100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Homeowners, renters Description/Scope of Services: This funding will support efforts to secure a commitment of permanent affordability in all city-subsidized affordable housing projects. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated the Association for Neighborhood and Housing Development as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-2775999

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LIBRARIES
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Libraries
Agency NY Public Library (Research) NY Public Library (Branches) Brooklyn Public Library Queens Borough Public Library Initiative Fiscal 2013 Subsidy Restoration Fiscal 2013 Subsidy Restoration Fiscal 2013 Subsidy Restoration Fiscal 2013 Subsidy Restoration TOTAL Funding $1,540,000 $8,184,000 $6,138,000 $6,138,000 $22,000,000

Initiative: Fiscal 2013 Subsidy Restoration Agency: New York Public Library: Research (035) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Amount: $1,540,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide Description/Scope of Services: This funding restores a portion of the proposed funding cut for Fiscal 2013 for the NYPL Research Libraries. Designation Method: This funding is allocated directly to the New York Public Library. Initiative: Fiscal 2013 Subsidy Restoration Agency: New York Public Library: Branches (037) Unit of Appropriation: 006 Amount: $8,184,000 Boroughs Served: The Bronx, Manhattan & Staten Island Description/Scope of Services: This funding restores a portion of the proposed funding cut for Fiscal 2013 for the NYPL branch libraries. Designation Method: This funding is allocated directly to the New York Public Library. Initiative: Fiscal 2013 Subsidy Restoration Agency: Brooklyn Public Library (038) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Amount: $6,138,000 Boroughs Served: Brooklyn Description/Scope of Services: This funding restores a portion of the proposed funding cut for Fiscal 2013 for the Brooklyn Public Library. Designation Method: This funding is allocated directly to the Brooklyn Public Library. Initiative: Fiscal 2013 Subsidy Restoration Agency: Queens Borough Public Library (039) Unit of Appropriation: 001 Amount: $6,138,000 Boroughs Served Queens Description/Scope of Services: This funding restores a portion of the proposed funding cut for Fiscal 2013 for the Queens Borough Public Library. Designation Method: This funding is allocated directly to the Queens Borough Public Library.

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PARKS AND RECREATION Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Parks and Recreation
Agency DPR DPR DPR DPR Initiative Parks Job Training Restoration Playground Associates Restoration Pools- Restoration of Pools Closures Pools- Maintenance of Pool Season TOTAL Funding $16,783,000 $1,000,000 $546,000 $891,000 $19,220,000

Program: Parks Job Training Participants Agency: Department of Parks and Recreation Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Maintenance & Operations POP Program Amount: $16,783,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Description/Scope of Services: This Council allocation represents a full PEG restoration for the Department of Parks Job Training Participants program also known as Parks Opportunity Program POP in Fiscal 2013. POP is primarily a program for welfare participants who have reached their five-year benefit level. They are placed in city jobs for six months at which time they also receive employment skills training and job placement assistance. Those placed within DPR receive training either in forestry, security, or horticulture through Parks Departments JTPs program. Soft skills training such as resume writing and interviewing are also provided. This restoration will provide for 845 full-time equivalent (FTE) positions or approximately 1,690 actual workers. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Program: Playground Associates Restoration Agency: Department of Parks and Recreation Unit of Appropriation: 004 Program Area: Recreation - Citywide Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2008 Description/Scope of Services: This Council allocation is for 30 full-time equivalent playground associates to provide supervised recreation in local parks and playgrounds. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Program: Pools Restoration of Pools Closures Agency: Department of Parks and Recreation Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Recreation - Citywide Amount: $546,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Description/Scope of Services: This Council allocation represents a PEG restoration of $546,000 for four City pools scheduled to be closed during the pool season in Fiscal 2013. The four pools are Wagner in Manhattan, Howard in Brooklyn, Fort Totten in Queens, and Faber in Staten Island. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Program: Pools Maintenance of Pool Season Agency: Department of Parks and Recreation Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Recreation - Citywide Amount: $891,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011

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Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a PEG restoration of $891,000 to help keep all City pools open during the last two weeks of pool season in Fiscal 2013. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency.

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SENIOR SERVICES
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Senior Services
Agency DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA Initiative Case Management Restoration CityMeals on Wheels Elder Abuse Programs Restoration Information and Referral Contracts NORC Supportive Service Program Senior Centers and Programs Restoration Senior Services Borough Presidents Discretionary Funding -- Restoration Space Costs for Senior Centers Transportation Operating Costs Social Adult Day Care Programs TOTAL Funding $4,000,000 $1,000,000 $800,000 $1,000,000 $900,000 $1,496,000 $4,100,000 $1,500,000 $2,000,000 $400,000 $17,196,000

Initiative: Case Management Restoration Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Case Management Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $4,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2012 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for DFTA case management programs. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Initiative: CityMeals on Wheels Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Senior Centers and Meals Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2006 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for CityMeals on Wheels, which provides homedelivered meals to seniors on the weekends and on holidays. Designation Method: The City Council has designated CityMeals on Wheels as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-3634381 Initiative: Elder Abuse Programs Restoration Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Senior Services Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $800,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2010 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for Elder Abuse programs. Designation Method: The following organizations will receive funding through this initiative.

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Organization Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., Community Agency for Senior Citizens, Inc. JASA Brooklyn (CD 1-9) JASA Brooklyn (CD 7-15) JASA Manhattan JASA Queens A JASA Queens B Neighborhood Self Help by Older Persons Project, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc.

Amount $91,520 $81,306 $98,186 $97,039 $86,926 $86,189 $87,125 $92,351 $79,358

Tax ID # 23-7129499 13-3263537 13-2620896 13-2620896 13-2620896 13-2620896 13-2620896 13-3077047 13-6213586

Initiative: Information and Referral Contracts Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Senior Services Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2009 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for DFTA information and referral contracts. Designation Method: The following organizations will receive funding through this initiative. Organization American-Italian Coalition of Organizations, Inc. (AMICO) Extended Services Program Bronx Jewish Community Council, Inc. Council of Belmont Organizations, Inc. Emerald Isle Immigration Center Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee, Inc. (HANAC) Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc. Polish and Slavic Center, Inc. United Jewish Council of the East Side, Inc. Amount Tax ID #

$94,105 $165,965 $103,914 $56,132 $142,954 $247,765 $96,847 $92,318

11-2488439 13-2744533 13-2755323 11-2932528 11-2290832 13-2738818 11-2285970 13-2735378

Initiative: NORC Supportive Service Program Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Senior Services Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $900,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2007 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for the Naturally Occurring Retirement Community Supportive Service Program (NORC SSP). The program provides services to seniors who live in NORCs, including social services, medical services, educational/recreational services and volunteer opportunities. Designation Method: The following organizations will receive funding through this initiative.

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Organization Bronx Jewish Community Council, Inc. -Pelham Parkway Houses NORC BronxWorks, Inc. -- Citizens Advice Bureau NORC Grand Street Settlement, Inc. -BEST NORC Jamaica Service Program for Older Adults, Inc. (JSPOA) NORC Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) -- 1199 Plaza NORC Neighborhood Self Help by Older Persons Project, Inc. -- Morrison Lafayette/Boyton Lafayette NORC Samuel Field YM & YWHA, Inc. -NORC Without Walls Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE) SAGE Harlem NORC South Brooklyn Youth Consortium, Inc.-South Brooklyn Youth NORC Spring Creek Senior Partners, Inc. -Spring Creek NORC

Amount $180,000 $74,808 $77,922 $45,000 $76,050

Tax ID # 13-2744533 13-3254484 13-5562230 51-0204121 13-2620896

$31,500 $92,520 $63,000 $79,200 $180,000

13-3077047 11-3071518 13-2947657 03-0387372 74-3158439

Initiative: Senior Centers and Programs Restoration Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Senior Centers and Meals Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,496,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2011 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding to DFTA senior centers and programs. Designation Method: Designations for this initiative will be made post-adoption. Initiative: Senior Services -- Borough Presidents Discretionary Funding Restoration Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Senior Centers and Meals, Senior Services Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $4,100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2010 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding to support citywide senior services including senior centers, meals, case management, homecare, transportation, and other services. Designation Method: The Borough Presidents will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative post-adoption. Initiative: Space Costs for Senior Centers Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Senior Centers and Meals Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $1,500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2007 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding to address space/facility needs at senior centers. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency.

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Initiative: Transportation - Operating Costs Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Program Area: Senior Centers and Meals Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $2,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2006 Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding to support the operating costs (insurance, fuel and maintenance) of existing vans and other existing vehicles that are used by senior centers and other senior programs. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency. Program: Social Adult Day Care Programs Agency: Department for the Aging (125) Unit of Appropriation: 003 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $400,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Year Funded: 2010 Population Targeted: seniors Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for social adult day care programs, which provide nonmedical adult day care services to individuals with cognitive or physical limitations. Designation Method: Designations for this initiative will be made post-adoption.

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SMALL BUSINESS SERVICES AND WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT


Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Small Business Services and Workforce Development
Agency SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS SBS Initiative IBZ Restoration MWBE Capacity Building and Mentoring Programs Restoration MWBE Leadership Associations Small Business and Job Development / Financial Literacy Jobs to Build On Consortium for Worker Education High Tech Connect Food Cooperative Expansion Initiative Phase 2 Food Retail and Workforce Training and Placement Program Food Distribution Study for Exports Brooklyn Tech Triangle Planning Study hackNY Design Week New Skills/New Jobs Hard Hats for Vets Workforce Development - Queens Tech Education TOTAL Funding $160,000 $54,000 $600,000 $600,000 $3,500,000 $1,000,000 $275,000 $50,000 $60,000 $25,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $597,500 $100,000 $65,000 $7,386,500

Initiative: Industrial Business Zone Restoration Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Mayors Office of Industrial and Manufacturing Businesses Amount: $160,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Industrial business zone businesses Description/Scope of Services: This is a restoration to the industrial business zone businesses. Allocation Designation: The City Council will designate the industrial business zone providers and the amount that each will receive under this initiative post-Adoption. Program: MWBE Capacity Building and Mentoring Programs Restoration Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 005 Program Area: Economic & Financial Opportunity: M/WBE Amount: $54,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Population Targeted: Minority and women-owned businesses Description/Scope of Services: This is a restoration to the MWBE Capacity Building and Mentoring Programs. Allocation Designation: Funding is provided directly to SBS. Program: MWBE Leadership Associations Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 005 Program Area: Economic & Financial Opportunity: M/WBE Amount: $600,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2007 Population Targeted: Minority and women-owned businesses Description/Scope of Services: Funding will provide for a range of services including guidance on government contracting for potential or City-certified MWBEs; assistance in connecting MWBEs to potential customers; aid in the development of bids and proposals; assistance in securing project financing and bonding; and the promotion and

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marketing of the Citys MWBE program. Allocation Designation: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative post-Adoption. Program: Small Business and Job Development / Financial Literacy Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Business Development Amount: $600,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2007 Population Targeted: Small businesses Description/Scope of Services: Funding will provide technical and financial assistance, business counseling and financial literacy education to entrepreneurs and small businesses. Allocation Designation: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative post-Adoption. Initiative: Jobs to Build On Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 011 Program Area: Workforce Development: Training Amount: $3,500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2008 Population Targeted: Unemployed and Under-employed New York City residents Description/Scope of Services: To recruit and transition low-skilled, long-term unemployed and under-employed individuals, prepare them for entry union and non-union jobs, attain credentials enabling them to meet general employer standards, and place participants in real jobs and career prospects at a living wage. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated CWE as the administrator for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-3564313 Initiative: Consortium for Worker Education (CWE) Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 011 Program Area: Workforce Development: Training Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2006 Population Targeted: Union workers, immigrant, minority and long-term unemployed workers. Description/Scope of Services: These funds are for CWE to provide job training to union workers to improve their employment skills and also provide citizenship classes, ESL, GED, computer literacy and work readiness preparation to immigrant, minority and long-term unemployed workers. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated CWE as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-3564313 Program: High Tech Connect Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 006 Program Area: Contract Services: Economic Development Corporation Amount: $275,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Population Targeted: Entrepreneurs Description/Scope of Services: This Speaker's State of the City initiative will continue High-Tech Connect to create new entrepreneurship activities and good jobs in NYC. Allocation Designation: The Council has designated the New York City Investment Fund to implement this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-6400434

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Program: Food Cooperative Expansion Initiative, Phase 2 Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Business Development Amount: $50,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Organizations seeking to start food cooperatives Description/Scope of Services: This allocation will fund staff to conduct feasibility and business assessments and provide technical assistance to groups looking to open food cooperatives. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated The Food Trust as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 23-2678383 Program: Food Retail Workforce Training and Placement Program Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 011 Program Area: Workforce Development: Training Amount: $60,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Population Targeted: Retail food workers Description/Scope of Services: As part of the Speaker's Food Works initiative in 2010, The HOPE Program, Inc. will train the underemployed for food retail career track such as healthy food sourcing, merchandising, and basic professional skills. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated The HOPE Program as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-3268539 Program: Food Distribution Study for Exports Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Neighborhood Development Amount: $25,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: The Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development will conduct a study of the current distribution systems in the city for locally manufactured food products to explore the potential for cooperative models for regional and international distribution. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated Pratt Institute Center for Community and Environmental Development as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 11-1630822 Initiative: Brooklyn Tech Triangle Planning Study Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Neighborhood Development Amount: $100,000 Boroughs Served: Brooklyn First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, Inc. will use Council funding to conduct a comprehensive planning study for the Brooklyn Tech Triangle area to identify opportunities to further the grow of the tech sector in Brooklyn. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated Downtown Brooklyn Partnership, Inc. as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 20-5323707

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Program: hackNY Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 011 Program Area: Workforce Development: Training Amount: $100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Description/Scope of Services: hackNY will connect jobseekers with opportunities at local tech companies and will serve as an important bridge between the Citys colleges and universities and the tech industry. Allocation Designation: The Council has designated hackNY to implement this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-6400434 Initiative: Design Week Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 002 Program Area: Contract Services: NYC & Company / Tourism Support Amount: $100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Population Targeted: Local designers and artists Description/Scope of Services: NYC & Company will coordinate the marketing and media efforts for a citywide design celebration scheduled to take place in May 2013. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated NYC & Company as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID#: 13-4020446 Program: New Skills / New Jobs Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 011 Program Area: Workforce Development: Training Amount: $597,500 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Population Targeted: Long-term unemployed Description/Scope of Services: SBS will create and run an on-the-job training program that will train long-term unemployed New Yorkers. Program: Hard Hats for Vets Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 011 Program Area: Workforce Development-Training Amount: $100,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Population Targeted: Returning War Veterans Description/Scope of Services: The Center for Military Recruitment, Assessment, and Veterans Employment (CMRAVE) will provide job training and placements in construction for returning War Veterans through their program called Helmets to Hardhats. Allocation Designation: The Council has designated CMRAVE to run this initiative. Tax ID#: 431972568 Program: Workforce Development Queens Tech Education Agency: SBS Unit of Appropriation: 011 Program Area: Workforce Development-Training Amount: $65,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2013 Population Targeted: NYC residents

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Description/Scope of Services: This pilot workforce development program will bring tech education courses to CUNY campuses in Queens to train NYC residents in skills that will help them secure jobs in the City's tech sector. Allocation Designation: The City Council has designated Coalition for Queens, Inc. as the administrator of this initiative. Tax ID#: 61-1652332

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SOCIAL SERVICES
Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Nutrition Services
Agency SBS DYCD HRA DYCD DYCD HRA Initiative Expansion at New Amsterdam Expand Low-Income Farmers Markets (Harvest Home) Earned Income Tax Credit (Food Bank) EBTs at Food Markets (GrowNYC) Food Pantries Food Pantries TOTAL Funding $61,000 $60,000 $150,000 $270,000 $570,000 $1,500,000 $2,611,000

Initiative: Expansion at New Amsterdam Market Agency: Department of Small Business Services (801) Program Area: Workforce Development Training Unit of Appropriation: 011 - Workforce Investment Act - OTPS Amount: $61,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Food Stamp Recipients and Disconnected Youth Description/Scope of Services: To fund staff to operate EBT/Food Stamp program and to conduct the outreach and public education needed to promote its availability to the communities it will serve and to train and employ disconnected, youth aged 18-24 who lack basic job skills and have difficulty securing employment. Designation Method: The City Council has designated New Amsterdam Public Market as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 20-5559159 Initiative: Expand Low-Income Farmers Markets (Harvest Home) Agency: Department of Youth and Community Development (260) Program Area: Community Development Programs Unit of Appropriation: 005 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $60,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Consumers of Emergency Food Description/Scope of Services: As part of the Speaker's Food Works Initiative this allocation will fund marketing and outreach to support and expand farmers markets in underserved communities. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Harvest Home as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 06-1800512 Initiative: Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Assistance Program Agency: Human Resource Administration (069) Program Area: Emergency Food Programs Unit of Appropriation: 105 Other than Personal Services Amount: $150,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Consumers of Emergency Food Description/Scope of Services: This funding supports Food Banks EITC Assistance Program, which provides assessments of refundable federal income tax credit for low income working individuals and families, via its free income tax preparation services. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the Food Bank as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-3179546

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Initiative: EBTs at Food Markets/Council on the Environment Agency: Department of Youth and Community Development (260) Program Area: Community Development Programs Unit of Appropriation: 005 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $270,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2008 Population Targeted: Food Stamp Recipients Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to expand access to Electronic Benefits Transfer (EBT) at farmers markets throughout the City. This funding also supports the Youth Market-Urban Farm stands and the New Farmer Development project. Designation Method: The City Council has designated GrowNYC as the provider of this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-2765465 Initiative: Food Pantries Agency: Department of Youth and Community Development (260) Program Area: Community Development Programs Unit of Appropriation: 005 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $570,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2006 Population Targeted: Consumers of Emergency Food Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to support a number of food pantries and soup kitchens that are not a part of the Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP), which is administered by the Human Resources Administration (HRA). Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative post-Adoption. Initiative: Food Pantries Agency: Human Resources Administration (069) Program Area: Emergency Food Programs Unit of Appropriation: 105 Other than Personal Services Amount: $1,500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2005 Population Targeted: Consumers of Emergency Food Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents funding to support food pantries citywide. To ensure that hungry New Yorkers have continued access to emergency food programs, $800,000 of the allocation is used for direct purchase of food, $200,000 for technical assistance grants to assist in the automation of food stamp enrollment at food pantries, soup kitchens and other appropriate locations, and $500,000 for capacity expansion efforts at Emergency Food Assistance Program (EFAP) food pantries via Food Bank. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative. Organization Food Bank for New York City Food Bank for New York City New York City Coalition Against Hunger Amount $1,300,000 $100,000 $100,000 Tax ID# 13-3179546 13-3179546 13-3471350

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Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Social Services


Agency HRA HRA HRA HRA HRA Initiative HASA Money Management GMHC - PEG Restoration Teen Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (RAPP) PEG Restoration HASA Supportive Housing Contract Reduction - PEG Restoration HASA Supportive Housing Case Managers - PEG Restoration Medical Services in Adult Shelters TOTAL Funding $200,000 $2,000,000 $2,368,000 $2,718,000 $1,200,000 $8,486,000

Initiative: HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) Money Management Services PEG Restoration Agency: Human Resources Administration (069) Program Area: HIV and AIDS Administration Unit of Appropriation: 105 Other than Personal Services Amount: $200,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) Clients Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for HASAs contract with Gay Mens Health Crisis, to administer Representative Payee program, which assists HASA clients who are potentially medically and mentally frail and are unable to manage their finances. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency for its current contract. Initiative: Teen RAPP PEG Restoration Agency: Human Resources Administration (069) Program Area: Domestic Violence Services Unit of Appropriation: 105 Other than Personal Services Amount: $2,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Population Targeted: Potential Victims of Domestic Violence Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for the Teen Relationship Abuse Prevention Program (Teen RAPP) which educates and counsels teens about domestic violence in middle schools and high schools citywide. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency for current contracts. Initiative: HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) Contracted Supportive Housing PEG Restoration Agency: Human Resources Administration (069) Program Area: Employment Services Contracts and Subsidized Employment and Job-Related Training Unit of Appropriation: 105 Other than Personal Services Amount: $2,718,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2010 Population Targeted: HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) Clients Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for approximately 98 HASA contracted supportive housing case management positions supported through HRA/HASA contracts in Scatter Site I and permanent congregate supportive housing programs that were slated for elimination. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency for current contracts. Initiative HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) Supportive Housing Contract Reduction PEG Restoration Agency: Human Resources Administration (069) Program Area: HIV and AIDS Services Unit of Appropriation: 105 Other Than Personal Services Amount: $2,368,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: HIV/AIDS Services Administration (HASA) Clients

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Description/Scope of Services: This allocation restores funding for HASA supportive housing contracts which were slated for across the board reductions of approximately 4.5 percent. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency for current contracts. Initiative: Medical Reduction in Adult Shelters PEG Restoration Agency: Human Resources Administration (069) Program Area: General Administration Unit of Appropriation: 101 Other than Personal Services Amount: $1,200,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Population Targeted: Homeless adults in shelter Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a restoration of funding for shelter-based medical services in approximately 12 general population adult shelters. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency for current contracts.

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YOUTH AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Adult Literacy
Agency DYCD DYCD Initiative Adult Literacy PEG Restoration Adult Literacy Services Initiative TOTAL Funding $1,000,000 $1,500,000 $2,500,000

Initiative: Adult Literacy Services PEG Restoration Agency: DYCD Program Area: Adult Literacy Unit of Appropriation: 005 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Population Targeted: Adults Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a partial PEG restoration of $1 million to enable 11 additional adult literacy programs to provide basic literacy, ESOL and GED classes for adults who cannot read, write and speak English, along with support services such as counseling and case management who were not granted funding as a result of a reduction in the Request-for-Proposal (RFP). Designation Method: The City Council has designated the following organizations and the amount each will receive under this restoration as follows. Legal Name of Organization EIN Amount ($)

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Chinatown Manpower Project, Inc. Chinese American Planning Council, Inc. Federation Employment and Guidance Services, Inc. (F.E.G.S) Jewish Community Center of Staten Island, Inc. Brooklyn Chinese American Association Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow Mercy Center South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation (SoBRO) Young Men's Christian Association of Greater New York Young Women's Christian Association of Queens (YWCA)

11-2047151 13-2755214 13-6202692 13-1624000 13-5562256 11-3065859 11-2934620 13-3865634 13-2736022 13-1624228 20-0351906

$100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $50,000 $50,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000 $100,000

Initiative: Adult Literacy Services Initiative Agency: Department of Youth and Community Development (DYCD) Program Area: Adult Literacy Unit of Appropriation: 005 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $1,500,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2008 Population Targeted: Adults Description/Scope of Services: This funding creates additional basic literacy, ESOL and GED classes for adults who cannot read, write and speak English, along with support services such as counseling and case management. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative post-adoption. These designations shall be approved by the Council by Council Resolution.

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Summary of Fiscal 2012 Council Initiatives: Youth Services


Agency DYCD DYCD DYCD DYCD DYCD DYCD DYCD DYCD DYCD Initiative OST RFP Restoration After -Three Corporation Beacon Program Elimination PEG Restoration Beacon Program Budget Reduction PEG Restoration Cornerstone Program PEG Restoration New York Junior Tennis League Runaway and Homeless Youth Services PEG Restoration Sports & Arts in Schools (SASF) YMCA After School Program TOTAL Funding $50,650,100 $3,000,000 $2,146,000 $2,300,000 $926,000 $800,000 $7,170,000 $1,000,000 $350,000 $68,342,100

Agency: DYCD Program Area: Out-of-School Time (OST) Unit of Appropriation: 312 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $50,650,100 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Youth Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a restoration of approximately 30,000 OST after-school program slots that were slated for elimination. Out-of School time programs, provide a mix of academic, recreational and cultural activities after school, during holidays and in the summer. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative post-Adoption. Initiative: After-Three Corporation Agency: DYCD Program Area: Other Youth Programs Unit of Appropriation: 312 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $3,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 1999 Population Targeted: Youth Description/Scope of Services: The funding supports the expansion of quality after-school education and enrichment programs for school children citywide. Designation Method: The City Council has designated the After-Three Corporation as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 13-4004600 Initiative: Beacon Program Budget Reduction PEG Restoration Agency: DYCD Program Area: Beacon Community Centers Unit of Appropriation: 312 Other than Personal Services Amount: $2,300,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2011 Population Targeted: Youth/Adults Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a partial PEG restoration to 66 City tax-levy (CTL) funded Beacon program providers. Beacon programs are multi-service, school-based community centers and serve approximately 86,000 children and adults a year. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency for current contracts.

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Initiative: Beacon Program Elimination PEG Restoration Agency: DYCD Program Area: Beacon Community Centers Unit of Appropriation: 312 Other than Personal Services Amount: $2,146,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Youth/Adults Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a PEG restoration for seven City tax-levy (CTL) that were slated for closure. Beacon programs are school-based community centers that provide a variety of serves for children, youth, and adults including after-school and adult literacy. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency for current contracts Initiative: Cornerstone Program Reduction Agency: DYCD Program Area: Beacon Community Centers Unit of Appropriation: 312 Other than Personal Services Amount: $926,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2012 Population Targeted: Youth/Adults Description/Scope of Services: This allocation represents a PEG restoration of approximately 711 slots at 25 NYCHAbased Cornerstone programs. Cornerstone programs are designed to help participants acquire the skills and attitudes they need to graduate from high school, succeed in their chosen career, and strengthen community involvement. Designation Method: Funding is provided directly to the agency for current contracts Initiative: New York Junior Tennis League Agency: DYCD Program Area: Other Youth Programs Unit of Appropriation: 312 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $800,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2001 Population Targeted: Youth Description/Scope of Services: This funding is allocated to the New York Junior Tennis League program, which serves youth citywide via its Schoolyard Tennis Program (in-school), its Community Tennis Program (after-school/summer), its Early Morning Winter Program, its Advanced Tennis Team and its educational programs. Every Council District is served under this initiative. Designation Method: The City Council has designated New York Junior Tennis League as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 23-7442256 Initiative: Shelter Beds for at Risk, Runaway and Homeless Youth Agency: DYCD Program Area: Other Youth Programs Unit of Appropriation: 312 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $7,170,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2006 Population Targeted: At-risk and runaway homeless youth Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports drop-in, street outreach, emergency shelter beds, and transitional independent living (TIL) beds for runaway and homeless youth citywide. This funding enhances the DYCDs existing Runaway & Homeless Youth (RHY) program, which provide vulnerable young people the resources and services they need to get off the streets and stabilize their lives. Designation Method: The City Council will designate some of the organizations and the amount each will receive under this initiative post-Adoption. The remaining organizations and the amount each will receive will be designated by the agency post-Adoption and the City Council will approve these in a resolution.

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Initiative: Sports & Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF) Agency: DYCD Program Area: Other Youth Programs Unit of Appropriation: 312 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $1,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2001 Population Targeted: Youth Description/Scope of Services: This allocation funds the Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation (SASF), which serves approximately 30,000 youth citywide, annually, through its after school and Cooperative Healthy Active Motivated and Positive Students (C.H.A.M.P.S.) programs, a collaboration between SASF, the Council and the Department of Education, that offers after-school sports and fitness programs designed to fight childhood obesity and encourage youth to be more physically active. Designation Method: The City Council has designated Sports & Arts in Schools as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 11-3112635 Initiative: YMCA - The Y After School Program Agency: DYCD Program Area: Other Youth Programs Unit of Appropriation: 312 - Other than Personal Services Amount: $350,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2001 Population Targeted: Youth Description/Scope of Services: YMCAs Virtual Y program, which is now replaced by The Y After School, is an in school/after-school program primarily serving second, third and fourth graders with a focus on literacy, and educational reinforcement that operates three hours a day, five days a week in some of New Yorks underserved public elementary schools. Designation Method: The City Council has designated YMCA of Greater New York as the provider for this initiative. Tax ID# for Conduit/Administrator: 11-2030172

Summary of Fiscal 2013 Council Initiatives: Immigrant Services


Agency DYCD Initiative Immigrant Opportunities Initiative (IOI) TOTAL Funding $4,000,000 $4,000,000

Initiative: Immigrant Opportunity Initiative Agency: Department of Youth & Community Development (DYCD) Program Area: Community Development Programs Unit of Appropriation: 005 Other than Personal Services Amount: $4,000,000 Boroughs Served: Citywide First Fiscal Year Funded: 2002 Population Targeted: New York Citys immigrant population Description/Scope of Services: This allocation supports funding to assist immigrant adults gain access to information and resources and to strengthen their participation in the democratic process. Specifically, this initiative provides funding for English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) classes, legal services for recent immigrants to assist with applications for citizenship or permanent residency, and various other immigrant related legal services. Designation Method: The City Council will designate the organizations and the amount of funding each will receive under this initiative post-Adoption.

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Source

Sponsor

Council Member

Legal Name of Organization

EIN

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Agency

Purpose of Funds

Fiscal Conduit Name

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Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

James Foster Dromm Greenfield Jackson Comrie Vacca Comrie Lappin

71st Precinct Community Council, Inc. 1332 Fulton Avenue Day Care Center, Inc. AARP Chapter #991 Jackson Heights Agudath Israel of America Community Services, Inc. Agudath Israel of America Community Services, Inc. Allen Community Senior Citizens Center, Inc. Allerton Avenue Homeowners and Tenants Association Alpha Phi Alpha Senior Citizens Center, Inc. Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter

043784543 132690309 237247760 133975090 133975090 112326244 133101238 237436147 133277408 * * * * *

$10,000 $21,000 $3,750 $8,000 $10,000 $11,000 $10,000 $5,000 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Provide senior programs within the 35th CD. To provide older adults with self help activities including quilting, trips, plays. arts crafts and speak-out sessions. Funding is used to pay rent for space rental, speakers/entetainment fees for two monthly meetings and to partially offset costs of two luncheons. Funds will be used to support senior citizen community-service projects. To support the MORIAH SENIOR CENTER. Funding assistance would help ease the strain on our food budget. Funds will be used to supplement programing costs and supply expenses at the senior center. The funding will be used for educational, recreational and information services to seniors. Funds will be used for needed items that will improve our administrative office, food service operation and expanded program activities for senior citizens. To fund the MedicAlert Alzheimers Association Safe Return program which is a nationwide wanderers program dedicated to finding people with memory disorders who wander or become lost and return them safely to their homes. To fund the MedicAlert Alzheimers Association Safe Return program which is a nationwide wanderers program dedicated to finding people with memory disorders who wander or become lost and return them safely to their homes. To Support The Mission Of The Organization Specifically For: Support Groups, Seminars, Equipment Loans, Friendly and Visits, Caregivers Handbook Communications printing and medical supplies. Funds will be used to support Senior outreach. Funds will be used for our Senior Center program which provides a myriad of daily recreational, nutritional, social and health related activities as well. The funds will help cover the cost of consumable and office supplies as well as a consultants fee. Funds will be earmarked for the Extended Services Program which provides benefits, entitlement services and advocacy to senior citizens and their families. To fund the Senior Stars program which provides opportunities for seniors to debut an original show in two public performances. Funds requested will help us to promote the program and performances, to pay professional staff, and to produce the show itself. Provide Congregate Meals, Transportation, Educational and Recreational Activities, Health Promotion, Nutrition Education, Case Assistance, Entitlements and Benefits, Information and Referral services,advocacy, counseling and inter-generational programs to Senior Citizens 60 years and older. Funding received will be used for the Senior Ambassador Volunteer Initiative, which provides programming that protects seniors from social isolation. It also organizes and educates seniors on important issues affecting them. It will also be used to continue the Bed-Stuy Healthy Food Access Project. Funds to be used to offset costs of staff that will administer critical senior community services that include: advocacy; counseling clients on benefits and entitlements; processing and renewal of Food Stamps, Medicare, and Housing Services and Section 8 recertification; Crisis Intervention; Career Services; Social Security Services; Holocaust Services; and a Food Pantry. To support senior programming at Vandalia Senior Center. Funds will be used to provide staff for our various health & wellness classes, monthly cultural parties and to provide a healthy on the go snack. The funding will be used for staff to run the active adult program and staff to teach the health wellness casses. Additionally we will be able to supply nutritional snacks during program hours, trips, vehicle costs and exercise materials. Funds will be used to support Senior programming. To support senior programming at Abe Stark Senior Center. Funds will be used to provide staff for our various health & wellness classes, and to provide breakfast, lunch and a healthy on the go snack. To provide additional programming to services available to seniors living in Parkchester, such as classes that focus on wellness and health, trips that provide culturally diverse learning experiences and intellectually stimulating challenges. Funding will cover various workshops, consultant fees, admission fees, and transportation costs. To support annual expenses(rent), holiday and birthday parties, transportation for planned trips in the NYC area for seniors. Funds will help pay staff that will administer vital social services and leverage privately-raised funding. These services include advocacy; counseling clients on benefits and entitlements; processing and renewal of Food Stamps, Medicaid, Child Health Plus, Family Health Plus, and Medicare. To supportour Senior Services program area which is centered on the Quincy Senior Residence. Activities include fitness classes, movie nights, holiday parties, computer literacy education, and more. Funds will be used to offset salary expenses. Using Bronx-based art and culture professionals, BCA will provide hands-on exposure and services to seniors, i.e. literary, visual, craft workshops, performing arts, events, exhibitions, choral music, etc. To provide transportation, information, referral and casework services to seniors on a walk-in or appointment basis to obtain benefits, entitlements and other services. Funds will be used to support transportation services.

Aging

Viverito

Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter

133277408

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Ignizio Ignizio Greenfield Rivera Vallone

Alzheimer's Foundation of Staten Island, Inc. American Cancer Society American-Italian Coalition of Organizations, Inc. (AMICO) Aquinas Housing Corporation Astoria Performing Arts Center, Inc.

133185040 160743902 112488439 133076810 651209580 * * *

$4,000 $4,000 $7,500 $42,000 $7,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Koppell

Bedford Park Multi-Service Center for Senior Citizens, Inc.

132745303

$24,500

DFTA

Aging

Vann

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

116083182

$27,750

DFTA

Aging

Greenfield

Bensonhurst Council of Jewish Organizations

112568013

$7,500

DFTA

Aging

Barron

Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation d/b/a Millennium 113199040 Development Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation d/b/a Millennium 113199040 Development Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation d/b/a Millennium 113199040 Development Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation d/b/a Millennium 113199040 Development

$6,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Fidler Williams Barron

* * *

$103,750 $15,000 $6,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Palma

Beth Abraham Health Services Blessed Trinity Parish with the churches of St. Genevieve, St. Thomas More and St. Edmund Boro Park Jewish Community Council

131739920

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Ulrich

262885471

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Lander

113475993

$13,750

DFTA

Aging

Vann

Bridge Street Development Corporation

113250772

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Arroyo

Bronx Council on the Arts, Inc.

132601303

$7,000

DFTA

Aging

Koppell

Bronx Jewish Community Council, Inc.

132744533

$10,000

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Vacca

Bronx Jewish Community Council, Inc.

132744533

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Arroyo

BronxWorks, Inc.

133254484

$7,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Cabrera Foster Rivera Barron Gonzalez Gonzalez Greenfield Lander

BronxWorks, Inc. BronxWorks, Inc. BronxWorks, Inc. Brookdale Senior Resident Tenants Association Brooklyn Arts Council, Inc. Brooklyn Chinese-American Association, Inc. Brooklyn Chinese-American Association, Inc. Brooklyn Chinese-American Association, Inc.

133254484 133254484 133254484 030488857 237072915 113065859 113065859 113065859 * *

$41,875 $5,000 $10,000 $8,000 $12,550 $30,000 $12,500 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

To provide transportation, information, referral and casework services to seniors on a walk-in or appointment basis to obtain benefits, entitlements and other services. Funds will be used for additional staff time, OTPS and for additional funds for BJCCs building outreach program. Funds to be used for the Seniors Healthy Eating and Wellness (SHEW) program (1) introduce a series of 2 to 4 healthy cooking workshops; (2) incorporate additional healthy foods into the centers menu via the purchase of raw food from local farmers or at area farmers markets; (3) promote fitness through zumba dance and exercise classes; and (4) stage a culminating event that incorporates healthy food and zumba or other African-influenced art forms. Funds will go towards the costs of providing art classes and theater classes in BronxWorks East Concourse Senior Center. Also, funds will allso offset the costs of supplies in the senior center. To fund the Heights Senior Center provides services for individuals 60 years of age and older that address their social, recreational, and health needs, as well as meals. Funds are for the Socialization Enhancement Program of BronxWorks Morris Innovative Senior Center. Programs include trips to farmers markets, special lunch or dinner theater trips to help seniors increase the socialization; and the creation of fitness activities to help seniors. Funds will be used to purchase physical exercise equipment and provide seniors with recreational and educational events/programming. Funds will be used for Community outreach programs that bring free-to-the-public arts to seniors. The requested funds will go towards recreational and educational activities, monthly birthday parties, as well as facility rental and insurance costs at our Sunset Park Senior Citizens Center and Sixth Avenue Senior Citizens Center. The requested funds will go towards recreational and educational activities, monthly birthday parties, as well as facility rental and insurance costs at our Bensonhurst Senior Citizens Center. The requested funds will go towards recreational and educational activities, monthly birthday parties, as well as facility rental and insurance costs at our Sunset Park Senior Citizens Center. To fund Eldercare programming and outreach and development expenses associated with expanding the program. Eldercare is an LGBTQ friendly and culturally competent series of programs geared to older individuals in mainstream Senior Centers, Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities. To support Eldercare programming and outreach and development expenses associated with expanding the program. The program seeks to combat isolation LGBTQ seniors face and provide these senior resources and to encourage acceptance and respect from their heterosexual counterparts. Funds will support BQCMs outreach program for seniors, which provide music instruction, music therapy and concerts throughout Brooklyn, Queens and lower Manhattan. We provide a weekly chorus program at senior centers in which seniors work on music ranging from Latin jazz to classical, as well as folk, rock and more. Funds to support the food pantry for seniors which helps provide additional food items during the year and at special times of the year such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter. The funds will be used to conduct educational forums and workshops, training and presentations in our 17 interagency councils and borough-wide meetings on a monthly basis. Funds will be used for personnel, consultants, transportaiton, communications, refreshments, supplies, and other expenses related to the services. To offset the costs of the senior programs which provides provide meals, planned activities, organized excursions to the members. To continue offering arts and crafts sessions, ceramics sessions, bingo sessions, exercise/senior zumba sessions, crocheting club and walking club to senior residents and participants. Funds will used to help grandparents spend quality time with grandchildren by taking trips to movies, theaters, tours, museums, and other places of interest. Canaan Senior Service Center has provided social services including Education and Recreation in the form of workshops in Computer Education. Funds will help staffing needs,in addition to purchasing new computers and computer software and supplies. Funds will be used to support Senior programming. Funding will support free public Carnegie Hall music events and outreach at hospitals and senior centers. Funding will support the Carter Burden Center's core services for seniors, including diverse meal, intellectual, health and social programs. To support making ART work, a program that is designed to give voice to older adults through their art and crafts. Funding will be used to support art and craft classes that are offered to seniors. Classes include dollmaking, painting, quilting and beading among others. Each senior center will be helped to mount an exhibition of the items made in the classes. We use the money for meals /transportion/ for the seniors we also give ESL classes on friday nite. To support the West Brighton Senior Center which serve predominantly low-income seniors, and they are composed of primarily African American individuals living in the West Brighton community. The center offers a wide array of educational, recreational, and socialization activities. Funding will allow us to sustain our ceramics, crafts, and exercise programs. Funds will also be used to supplement the cost of raw food items. To fund the Senior Guild Luncheon Program, which operates at CCCS Community Center in Port Richmond and serves the North Shore of Staten Island. Funds will be used to supplement the cost of raw food items so that we can continue to serve healthy meals, and cover maintenance costs for our van which transports seniors to and from the center. Funds will also allow us to sustain our ceramics and crafts programs by allowing us to purchase much-needed supplies for these activities.

Aging

Lander

Brooklyn Community Pride Center, Inc.

262214534

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

James

Brooklyn Community Pride Center, Inc.

262214534

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Halloran

Brooklyn Conservatory of Music

111532426

$1,500

DFTA

Aging

Wills **

Brooks Memorial United Methodist Church

111832868

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Gentile

BWICA Educational Fund, Inc.

113220104

$1,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Comrie Wills ** Wills ** Dickens Williams Garodnick Garodnick

C.W. Mixon Senior Outreach Center, Inc. CALBC Housing Development Fund Co., Inc. (d/b/a - Calvary Baptist Church Senior Housing) Calvary Baptist Church Canaan Baptist Church of Christ Caribbean Women's Health Association, Inc. Carnegie Hall Corporation Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., The

562625535 133173604 112480945 136013037 133323168 131923626 237129499

$9,000 $5,000 $11,000 $5,000 $8,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

* *

$3,500 $3,500

Aging Aging

Viverito Gonzalez

Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., The Casa de Pan Y Esperanza Inc.

237129499 320031837

* *

$5,000 $10,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Rose

Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York

135562185

$15,000

DFTA

Aging

Oddo

Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York

135562185

$5,000

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Crowley

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$7,500

DFTA

Council discretionary funding is needed to enhance and subsidize senior services due to budget reduction in the past few years and the increased needs of the elderly. Funds will be used to support educational, recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. Funds will be used to support educational, recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. To provide enriched and diverse educational, recreational, social, & health promotion activities, transportation, nutritious meals, and case assistance. Funds will be used to support educational recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. Hillcrest Senior Center serves the elderly by providing enriched and diverse educational recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, nutritious meals, and case assistance. Funds will be used to support educational recreational and health promotion activities, to subsidize the increase cost of utilities, and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. Council discretionary funding is needed to enhance and subsidize the services due to budget reduction in the past few years and the increased needs of the elderly. Funds will be used to support educational recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. Funds will be used to support educational recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. To support the Bay Senior Center that serves the elderly by providing enriched and diverse educational recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, transportation, nutritious meals, and case assistance. To support thr Sheepshead Nostrand NORC which offers a comprehensive, multidisciplinary programs that includes supportive counseling, advocacy, information, referral, case management / case assistance, entitlement counseling, nursing service, educational and recreational programs, classes and activities, health promotion activities, groups and volunteer opportunities. Funding to support our senior citizens with ELS and socialization projects. Council Discretionary funding will be used for ELS classes and arts craft supplies. Funds will be used to support educational, recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. To support the Woodhaven-Richmond Hill Senior Center which serves the elderly by providing enriched and diverse educational recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, transportation, nutritious meals, and case assistance. CCNS Ozone Park Senior Center serves the elderly by providing enriched and diverse educational, recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, transportation, nutritious meals, and case assistance. Funds will be used to support educational recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. CCNS Woodhaven-Richmond Hill Senior Center serves the elderly by providing enriched and diverse educational, recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, transportation, nutritious meals, and case assistance. Funds will be used to support educational recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. CCNS Seaside Senior Center serves the elderly by providing enriched and diverse educational, recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, transportation, nutritious meals, and case assistance. Funds will be used to support educational recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. To support the Pete McGuinness Senior Center by providing enriched and diverse educational recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, nutritious meals, transportation, and case assistance. To support the Northside Senior Center by providing enriched and diverse educational recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, nutritious meals, transportation, and case assistance. To support the St. Charles Jubilee Senior Center by providing enriched and diverse educational recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, nutritious meals, transportation, and case assistance. Funds will be used to support educational, recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. Funds will be used to support educational, recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program. To support the St. Louis Senior Center which serves the elderly by providing enriched and diverse educational recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, nutritious meals, and case assistance. Bayside Senior Center serves the elderly by providing enriched and diverse educational and recreational activities, social activities, health promotion activities, transportation, nutritious meals, and case assistance. Funds will be used to support educational recreational and health promotion activities provided to the seniors and to provide supplies needed to operate the program.

Aging

Dromm

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$13,000

DFTA

Aging

Ferreras

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Gennaro

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$7,500

DFTA

Aging

Gentile

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$3,000

DFTA

Aging Aging

Halloran Nelson

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151 112047151

$5,000 $9,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Nelson

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Nelson Fidler Koslowitz

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151 112047151 112047151

$3,500 $5,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Ulrich

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Ulrich

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Ulrich

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Levin

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$6,000

DFTA

Aging

Levin

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$6,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Levin Vallone Vallone Vann

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151 112047151 112047151 112047151

$6,000 $23,000 $14,500 $4,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Weprin

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151

$25,000

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Levin

Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE), Inc., The

112444676

$3,500

DFTA

CAE seeks to reach seniors in District 33 with our transformative programs. We have years of experience working with seniors: physical activities help them to build strength and learn specific safety strategies; verbal exercises help them to find and use their voices; and tai chi helps to reduce stress and build awareness. To present concerts at senior centers, nursing facilities, our onsite facility and/or Sky View Center in Queens featuring CenterStage's All-Star Band. The program provides counseling and assistance in filing various applications such as: SCRIE, DRIE, SCHE, HEAP, Etc to seniors. To involve and educate seniors in the benefits and social impact of synchronized and aerobic swimming provides to wellness, youthfulness and group effect and peer-to-peer competition. To involve seniors in competitive basketball. The funds will support coashes, equipment, safety gear, uniforms and travel to competitions. The Healthy Aging Breakfast Series is a series of workshops designed to address some of the well known problematic areas of older adults, and to enhance their knowledge of proper nutrition and fitness. To provide services to Senior Adults over the age of sixty which include social, recreational, cultural, educational and health related program components. Funds will be used for necessary tools and training courses as well as advanced phone computer network systems that will enable our organization to serve the community more efficiently. Funding would be used for the food costs, office supplies, and the trips for the seniors. Funds will help support Brooklyn Senior Services. Seniors aged 55 and over, who live in Sunset Park will enjoy ESL classes, health education workshops, tea talk, trips, recreational activities, and other engaging activities to expand their social, physical and mental well being. Funds to support continued senior programming and services including : congregate meals, wellness programming, recreational activities, educational programming, case management and entitlements/benefits assistance. Requested funds will be used to support the costs of facility rent. The Immaculate Conception Friendly Club is a social group for any Senior Citizen of the community to gather and enjoy support and fellowship with one another. The group meets twice a month to socialize, share a meal and play a variety of games. The group travels by bus to points of interest throughout the year by providing theatrical performance trips, trips to the New York Botanical Gardens an other points of interests in the city. Outreach will be provided through weekly bulletin and word of mouth within the community. Church Street Schools Senior Chorus gives senior citizens the opportunity to socialize with one another through a collaborative artistic process . Funding will offset artist fees and production cost of CPIs 20th annual Tap and Jazz Masters Series (TJMS). The project brings together underserved seniors to attend four free intergenerational concerts at sites in their districts. To provide an outlet for seniors through trips to local plays, performance, museums and galleries and a once a year senior luncheon where we provide seniors with a five star meal and entertainment. The funding will be used to cover the cost of transportation and the cost of entrance fees to plays, museums, and galleries. The funding will also be used to purchase meals for the senior luncheon. CASC Transportation services provides transportation for food shopping, pharmacy, banking, recreation and other as well as some short term medical van transportation services while senior is awaiting access-a-ride application to be processed. CASC Transportation services provides transportation for food shopping, pharmacy, banking, recreation and other as well as some short term medical van transportation services while senior is awaiting access-a-ride application to be processed. CASC Transportation services provides transportation for food shopping, pharmacy, and banking. Funding will also support the New Lane Senior Center and the Cassidy Coles Senior Center. To teach bridge recreational classes to older adults and seniors. To provide daily lunches for Korean-American Seniors. Counseling, and Entitlement Services (ACES) Project trains volunteers ages 55 as public benefit counselors to serve in community agencies. After successfully completing the training, ACES volunteers work directly with clients providing information and referrals, screening for public benefit eligibility, advocating for clients, and assisting with applications. Funding will defray salary expenses of the Staten Island ACES Project Coordinator. Funding will be used to remburse transportation expenses for older adult volunteers who are serving at nonprofit agencies and health care facilities in the 2nd District. The volunteers provide assistance in eviction prevention, tutor GED preparation, provide benefit counseling services, financial coaching and counseling. A program to help recruit and retain home health aides for older adults by providing the aides with benefits, educational opportunities and peer mentor-ship and support. To continue helping seniors in the community through events and local trips. To provide recreational classes and city field trips for seniors. Our goal is to run a series of 10 events that deal with important health issues, such as heart health, arthritis, prostate cancer, dementia, womens health issues, etc. The funds will be used for audio/visual equipment (laptop, laptop projector, screen), publicity, and honoraria for selected speakers. To provide for seniors a place to socialize and interact with each other and younger members of the community. Funds are spent on purchasing raw materials and prepared foods.

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Koo Vallone Dickens Dickens Dickens Koslowitz Lander Chin Gonzalez

CenterStage The Queens Center for the Performing Arts Central Astoria Local Development Coalition, Inc. Central Harlem Senior Citizens Coalition, Inc. Central Harlem Senior Citizens Coalition, Inc. Central Harlem Senior Citizens Coalition, Inc. Central Queens YM & YWHA, Inc. Chaverim of Boro Park, Williamsburg Chinese American Planning Council, Inc. Chinese American Planning Council, Inc.

264348825 112652331 132754783 132754783 132754783 111633509 800004578 136202692 136202692

$3,000 $6,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

* * *

$5,000 $4,000 $9,000 $10,000

$4,000 $8,000 $15,000

Aging

Koo

Chinese American Planning Council, Inc.

136202692

$13,000

DFTA

Aging

Gennaro

Church of the Immaculate Conception Jamaica New York

111752022

$4,000

DFTA

Aging Aging

Chin Levin

Church Street School of Music and Art Circuit Productions, Inc.

133693660 132881858 *

$4,250 $3,500

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Mealy

Clothed With Love, Inc.

061621793

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Ignizio

Community Agency for Senior Citizens, Inc.

133263537

$10,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Oddo Rose Comrie Koo

Community Agency for Senior Citizens, Inc. Community Agency for Senior Citizens, Inc. Community Bridge Home, Inc. Community Senior Center of Flushing Inc.

133263537 133263537 113192295 043592432

* * * *

$10,000 $45,000 $5,000 $9,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Oddo

Community Service Society of New York

135562202

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Mendez

Community Service Society of New York

135562202

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Dickens Arroyo Foster Gennaro

Concerned Home Managers for the Elderly, Inc. Concerned Residents Organization, Inc. Concourse Village Special Adults Senior Center Congregation Etz Chaim of Kew Garden Hills

133275504 202495043 131977533 112585935 * *

$8,500 $5,700 $21,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Gennaro

Congregation Ohr Moshe

113616643

$4,000

DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Ferreras Ignizio Jackson Rivera Nelson

Corona Congregational Church, Inc. Corporal Allen F. Kivlehan Korean War Veterans Association, Inc. COTHOA Luncheon Club, Inc. Council of Belmont Organizations, Inc. Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush, Inc.

111802803 133634076 133608860 132755323 112864728 * *

$20,000 $4,500 $8,000 $31,750 $11,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Funds will be used to support and enhance senior programming services which include congregate lunch,educational and recreational activites, health promotion, transportation and social work services. Transportation , Food and Memorial groundskeeping maintenance for Veterans Affairs. We are requesting fund to provide the Technology Classes and Tai Chi classes for seniors. The fund will cover the fees of qualified Consultants, who will provide instructions for the classes. Funds will provide social services, information and referals for dispaced seniors within the community to provide a better life. Providing the frail elderly with regular friendly home visits, case management, emergency aid, food pantries, housing, arranging for home care, meals-on-wheels medical support-all ensuring that daily maintenance health needs are met. To fund a program which assists seniors, providing the frail elderly with regular friendly home visits, telephone assurance, light shopping, accompanying to doctors senior ctrs., case management, arranging for home care, and medical support. Funding Will Help To Distribute Supplemental Food Baskets To Homebound Seniors. Funds Will Also Help With Assistance With Entitlements; Food Stamps Screening; Emergency Funds To Stave Off Eviction And Utilities ShutOff; Referrals To Emergency Housing And Medical Services And Job Counseling. The Requested Funds Will Be Used For The Administrattion Of The Programs. Funding for senior services and programs. The Shalom Senior Center works for the empowerment,independence,dignity and quality of life of other diverse older adults. Funds will be used to provide musical entertainment, Computer class, health promotion, and supplies for the center. These funds will be used to enhance the activities of the seniors, upkeep of the senior bus. i.e parking, gas, maintenance and help defray insurance costs. These funds will be used to enhance the activities of the seniors, upkeep of the senior bus i.e parking, gas maintenance and funds to defray insurance costs. This funding will be used to supplement our budget, operational support, Health Promotion, evidence based diabetes, blood pressure services. Education and recreation programs, computer lab, digital photography, Zumba and other programs listed in the Program flyer. Consultants, communications, Internet, community outreach, Printing and supplies, Service Contracts, Fire Alarm, maintain surveillance systems and site maintenance. Funds to be used to for Senior services and entertainment. Funds to support Dorchesters daily lunch prepared in our kitchen; educational/recreational, technology education and health promotion activities. To Support the Homelessness Prevention Program (HPP) which offers homeless seniors temporary housing, two meals daily, counseling, and other assistance at its transitional residence. Funding will offset salary costs of a fulltime case assistance social worker and and to provide continued supportive services to formerly homeless HPP seniors in the Aftercare component. To fund the Homelessness Prevention Program which offers homeless seniors temporary housing, two meals daily, counseling, and other assistance at its transitional residence. Funding will be used for salary expenses and to provide continued supportive services to homeless seniors. To Support the Homelessness Prevention Program (HPP) which offers homeless seniors temporary housing, two meals daily, counseling, and other assistance at its transitional residence. Funding will offset salary costs of a fulltime case assistance social worker and and to provide continued supportive services to formerly homeless HPP seniors in the Aftercare component. To fund the Homelessness Prevention Program which offers homeless seniors temporary housing, two meals daily, counseling, and other assistance at its transitional residence. Funding will be used for salary expenses and to provide continued supportive services to homeless seniors. Funding would support a range of services for adults aged 55 and over including workforce development, tenant advocacy and comprehensive public benefits, financial education and free tax preparation assistance. Funding would support a range of services for adults aged 55 and over including workforce development, tenant advocacy and comprehensive public benefits, financial education and free tax preparation assistance. Funding will support Stein Senior Center's operating costs and Alzheimer's program. Funding will be used to pay for consultant fees, food and program supplies at the Stein Senior Center. We would also like to expand the days of the program and hire a program leader to help run the groups. Funds to be used to enhanced programming, trips, maintenance, and supplies. To continue to provide cultural, educational, and recreational activities, to seniors in southern Brooklyn. Funding will be used for staff coordination and consultants. In addition, we plan to continue weekly educational/recreational groups for seniors, such as Joy of Motion exercise, Musical Masterpieces, and Learning English through Singing. Funding will help fund innovative health and wellness programming offered at the Whittaker Center, designed to help our neighborhood seniors stay healthy or improve their health, help prevent new medical expenses, and live with increased safety and comfort at home. Funding will be used to support the innovative health and wellness activities taking place at the Sirovich Center. These activities include dance series, falls prevention workshops, aerobic exercise and yoga, regular health screenings and chronic disease and pain management education.

Aging

Lander

Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush, Inc.

112864728

$4,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Oddo James Mealy Eugene James

Council of Jewish Organizations of Staten Island, Inc. Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc. Crown Heights Preservation Committee Corporation Crown Heights Preservation Committee Corp. Crown Heights Preservation Committee Corp.

133525474 237390996 112322490 112322490 112322490 * * * *

$12,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Dilan

Cypress Hills-Fulton Street Senior Citizens Center, Inc.

112297647

$81,875

DFTA

Aging Aging

Eugene Eugene

Don Divin Group Dorchester Senior Citizens Center, Inc.

113023840 112305581

$10,000 $18,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Brewer

DOROT, Inc.

133264005

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Dickens

DOROT, Inc.

133264005

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Lappin

DOROT, Inc.

133264005

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Viverito

DOROT, Inc.

133264005

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Vallone

East River Development Alliance, Inc.

861096987

$10,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Van Bramer Garodnick Mendez Arroyo Greenfield

East River Development Alliance, Inc. East Side Community Group for Senior Services, Inc. East Side Community Group for Senior Services, Inc. East Side House, Inc. Edith and Carl Marks Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst

861096987 237378342 237378342 131623989 111633484 * *

$14,975 $9,750 $6,000 $28,573 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Chin

Educational Alliance, Inc.

135562210

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Mendez

Educational Alliance, Inc.

135562210

$9,500

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Lander

Eileen Dugan Senior Citizen Center

112301785

$10,000

DFTA

Funding will be use to supplement our ongoing programs such as our education recreation, health promotion class, blood pressure,arts and crafts,computer class,art class,our day of beauty session, also our monthly party . The funding will help us with the purchase of supplies for the above programs and also office,household supplies and the purchase of a new steam table. Enhancement of services to seniors to provide additional educational materials, arts and crafts tools and recreational and entertainment activities that would improve healthy aging. Funds would be used to acquire additional health and medical software and provide recreational activities and trips for seniors. Enhancement of services to seniors to provide additional congregate meals and to enhance health promotion and provide nutrition education that would improve healthy aging. Funds would be used to acquire additional health software and provide recreational trips for seniors. New York City Extended Services Program, also known as Information Referral, provides crisis intervention for seniors and families in distress, and assists with Medicaid and Food Stamp enrollment. Encore is requesting funding for its Home-Delivered Meals Program. Seniors are offered the choice of daily hot meals or fozen meals delivered twice a week. Kosher meals are also provided. Funding is requested to cover the cost of a kitchen aide; a position critical to the operation of the meals program. Funding will provide food, computer training, arts/crafts, and a social environment to Irish/Irish American Seniors and their friends in the New York area. Funds will help support a food pantry and soup kitchen for the elderly. Funds will be used to pay for the soup kitchen and food pantry programs. Special programs and events are provided to seniors including Arts/crafts, educational & informational seminars on health and screenings, recreational activities, exercise classes, table games, complete various forms related to receiving benefits/entitlements and housing. Funds will support healthy aging activities at the Hamilton, Hargrave and Clinton Senior Centers. Offerings include: classes in martial arts, dance, art, Spanish and yoga. Funds provided will support healthy aging activities at the Woodstock and Coffeehouse Senior Centers. Offerings include: classes in martial arts and dance along with educational and recreational trips. Funds to support community events, programs and trips geared towards seniors. Funds will be used for the Senior Housing Organizing program. Elderly assistance, bias crime, medical awareness programs for seniors. Elderly assistance, bias crime, medical awareness programs for seniors. Funding is targeted entirely to the services provided to our senior center, which enables us to enhance delivery of service and maintain quality standards within the facility. Funds will provide for nutritious congregate meals approved by the department for the aging and recreational activities--including but not limited dancing, bingo, trips. arrange speakers telephone assistance for access a ride, doctors, utilities, etc. The funds will be used to help FGA create an organization to help elderly people stay in their own homes as long as possible. This project will, through the use of vetted staff and volunteers, seek to provide administration for people over 65 by marshaling and maximizing access to existing services as well as providing help for day to day living. Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for mature adults 60 years and older. Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for mature adults 60 years and older. Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for mature adults 60 years and older. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, trips to Museums, Shopping and Art Galleries Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for mature adults 60 years and older. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, trips to Museums, Shopping and Art Galleries To support the Jazz program which keeps jazz alive in the community. Each Friday evening during the months September through June Seniors and the community at large have the opportunity to listen to live jazz. Each week a different professional artist is featured Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for mature adults 60 years and older. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, trips to Museums, Shopping and Art Galleries. This program delivers meals six days a week to the Home Bound elderly in Brooklyn. Funds will be used to support the meal delivery to homebound seniors in Brooklyn and will offest costs of Vehicle expense and office supplies. Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for seniors. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, and trips. Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for seniors. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, and trips. To support Jazz966 which provides Seniors and the community at large have the opportunity to listen to live jazz. Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for seniors. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, and trips. Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for seniors. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, and trips.

Aging

Dromm

Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities, Inc.

112224539

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Ferreras

Elmcor Youth and Adult Activities, Inc.

112224539

$20,000

DFTA

Aging

Van Bramer

Emerald Isle Immigration Center

112932528

$7,500

DFTA

Aging

Quinn

Encore Community Services, Inc.

133104293

$9,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Van Bramer Mendez Eugene Brewer Quinn Sanders Williams Nelson Williams Koslowitz Ulrich

Failte Care Corp. dba New York Irish Center Father's Heart Ministries, Inc., The Fenimore Senior Center, Inc. Find Aid for the Aged, Inc. Find Aid for the Aged, Inc. First Church of God Golden Vessels Flatbush Development Corporation Flatbush Shomrim Safety Patrol, Inc. Flatbush Shomrim Safety Patrol, Inc. Forest Hills Jewish Center Forest Park Senior Citizens Center, Inc.

550869151 223495873 112772287 132666921 132666921 112973310 510188251 203244567 203244567 111631821 112515431

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$7,500 $5,000 $18,000 $12,000 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

* *

$3,500 $4,250 $12,000 $25,000 $6,000

$30,000

Aging

James

Fort Greene Association Inc.

113189270

$10,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Barron Barron Mealy

Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

112300840 112300840 112300840

$10,875 $10,875 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Mealy

Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

112300840

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

James

Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

112300840

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

James

Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

112300840

$10,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

James Vann Vann Vann Vann Vann

Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

112300840 112300840 112300840 112300840 112300840 112300840

$10,000 $5,000 $4,000 $10,000 $3,000 $3,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging

Vann Williams

Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

112300840 112300840

$3,000 $12,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Williams

Fort Greene Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

112300840

$12,000

DFTA

Aging

Brewer

Goddard Riverside Community Center

131893908

$15,000

DFTA

Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for seniors. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, and trips. Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for mature adults 60 years and older. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, trips to Museums, Shopping and Art Galleries Funds will be used to enhance the recreational and educational activities for mature adults 60 years and older. This will include health and wellness activities, technology information, arts and crafts, trips to Museums, Shopping and Art Galleries To fund the Home Delivered Meals program that provides daily meals for frail ederly homebound over the age of 60. Funding will be used to support these services, and will help the program to defray the cost of constantly rising food expenses. Funding will support Grand Street Settlements Asian American Elders Project (AAEP) which provides English language classes, computer classes, karaoke, choral singing, Tai Chi, exercise and group dance classes to seniors. GSS Grand Coalition of Seniors (GCS) provides community-based services, including daily health and wellness programs, cultural and arts activities; lifelong learning, group workshops, trips, and multicultural special events; congregate meals; and case assistance/management. GSS is seeking funding to support our classes and workshops. To fund senior Computer Classes GCCA at low cost English for Speakers of Other Language (ESOL) classes for seniors. Funds will help with salary costs, equipment costs and course materials. To establish the inter-generational programs/activities between the seniors and the current programs we offer. Funds will be used to operate a community center in Queens, NY at a New York State armory for senior citizens. The activities available for the seniors consist of open recreation sessions, arts and crafts, recreational and cultural trips, exercise and luncheons. Funds will be used to fund the following: food program, health & education, and referral services. Greenwich House is seeking funds to support the three senior centers formerly run by The Caring Community. Funds will support fitness, cultural and educational programs. To create the first Neighborhood Senior Center to address the needs of this venerable and marginalize segment of our population. It is our hope to integrate our level of cultural humility trainings, while providing over 550 meals per week. GRIOTs mission is to remove isolation and fear in this community and eliminate all levels of oppression however it exist. To create the first Neighborhood Senior Center to address the needs of this venerable and marginalize segment of our population. It is our hope to integrate our level of cultural humility trainings, while providing over 550 meals per week. GRIOTs mission is to remove isolation and fear in this community and eliminate all levels of oppression however it exist. Funding is requested to provide equipment; training to staff and to offset actual staffing costs to create a Wellness Center for senior citizens living with developmental disbilities served by the GEC. We provide food, health and wellness classes, informational presentations, recreational and creative opportunities and we provide case assistance to help seniors access social services. Funding will be used to create an independent website to make our services more accessable. The requested funding will be used to construct a new monument on Richmond Terrace, as well as, help veterans in need to get the benefits they deserve. The funding will also be used to maintain the existing monuments located at Memorial Park at Pouch Camp. The funds requested will be used to offset our transportation expenses for Senior citizens due to rising gas, van insurance and repair cost. The funds will support salary costs for an ESL/Citizenship Instructor to provide counseling and information/referral to the olderly adults of the senior center and NORCs. The funds will support salary costs for an ESL/Citizenship Instructor to provide counseling and information/referral to the olderly adults of the senior center and NORCs. The funds will support salary costs for an ESL/Citizenship Instructor to provide counseling and information/referral to the olderly adults of the senior center and NORCs. The funds will support salary costs for an ESL/Citizenship Instructor to provide counseling and information/referral to the olderly adults of the senior center and NORCs. The funds will be used to offset staffing costs for the consultants at the Battery Park Senior Center. The funds will be used to provide social services to seniors at South Bridge Towers. To help fund the HDWC After-School Program at PS/MS 161 which partners the programs students with the buildings senior residents and has them working on arts and crafts and literacy activities. Funds will be used for to offset salary expenses and to purchase program supplies. Funding will provide informational seminars, referral services, telephone reassurance program and home food delivery program for seniors. Funds will be used for supply and transportation expenses. Funding will support the nurse and case management services provided to residents. Funding will support free activities to assist seniors in maintaining socialization, physical and mental health and independence. The Program promotes physical and mental health with a series of wellness programs, intellectual stimulation activities, Home Safety Assessments, and provides tools and materials to help organize and identify the elderly. Funding will provide english classes for adults, art exhibitions and musical programs for the community lectures and discussion groups about health and safety programs for SENIORS.

Aging

Chin

Grand Street Settlement, Inc.

135562230

$4,000

DFTA

Aging

Mendez

Grand Street Settlement, Inc.

135562230

$9,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Chin Reyna Halloran James Quinn

Greater Chinatown Community Association Greater Ridgewood Youth Council, Inc. Greater Whitestone Taxpayers Community Center, Inc. Greene Avenue Housing Development Fund Corp. Greenwich House, Inc.

132730313 112518141 112791048 112468675 135562204

* * * * *

$6,000 $20,000 $10,000 $8,000 $25,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

James

GRIOT Circle, Inc.

113364328

$10,750

DFTA

Aging

Rodriguez

GRIOT Circle, Inc.

113364328

$1,000

DFTA

Aging

Gentile

Guild for Exceptional Children, Inc.

116037766

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Mendez

Gustavus Adolphus Lutheran Church

132783642

$4,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Ignizio Jackson Chin Chin Chin Chin Chin Chin Jackson

Halloran Memorial Chapter #34, Disabled American Veterans Hamilton Grange - Convent Avenue Hamilton-Madison House, Inc. Hamilton-Madison House, Inc. Hamilton-Madison House, Inc. Hamilton-Madison House, Inc. Hamilton-Madison House, Inc. Hamilton-Madison House, Inc. Harlem Dowling Westside Center for Children and Family Services

311128984 131769584 135562412 135562412 135562412 135562412 135562412 135562412 133030378

* * * * * * * * *

$4,500 $10,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $4,000 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Dickens Garodnick Garodnick Lappin Rodriguez

Harlem Interagency Council for the Aging, Inc. Health Advocates for Older People Housing Development Fund Company, Inc. Health Advocates for Older People, Inc. Health Advocates for Older People, Inc. Hebrew Tabernacle of Washington Heights, Inc.

133317271 133436898 134165807 134165807 130831470

$5,000 $3,500 $3,500 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

$5,000

AGING

Aging

Lander

Heights and Hill Community Council, Inc.

237237927

$7,000

DFTA

To provides in-home case management services to approximately 1,500 homebound seniors annually, all suffer from some form of chronic illness or disability that make it difficult for them to manage independently in their homes. Funds would be used to hire an additional case manager which would enable us to reduce our waiting list and provide services to an additional 85- 100 vulnerable seniors. To provides in-home case management services to approximately 1,500 homebound seniors annually, all suffer from some form of chronic illness or disability that make it difficult for them to manage independently in their homes. Funds would be used to hire an additional case manager which would enable us to reduce our waiting list and provide services to an additional 85- 100 vulnerable seniors. Funds will be used to support our free Adaptive Living Program (ALP) which provides rehabilitation services to visually impaired seniors. Services include: safe travel training; home personal management skills; communication skills; low vision exams devices; social casework services with links to community resources. Funds will be used to support our free Adaptive Living Program (ALP) which provides rehabilitation services to visually impaired seniors. Services include: safe travel training; home personal management skills; communication skills; low vision exams devices; social casework services with links to community resources. Funds received help to supplement this underfunded budget by providing the seniors with trips and social events and by defraying some operating expenses. Funds will help supplement this underfunded budget by providing the seniors with social, recreational and educational events and helping to defray operating expenses at JVL Senior Center. The Hellenic Senior Program provides enrichment to the Greek American Senior population. The purpose of the grant will be to assist this Senior Population to improve their quality of life, by providing socialization through meetings,luncheons, parties, trips, lectures, education and recreational activities, and referrals to social services. To support the Ravenswood Senior Center Provides a safe, comfortable congregate site for local seniors. We are contracted to serve 8,000 breakfasts and 16,000 lunches. Funding will supplement this underfunded budget by providing the seniors with social events and defraying operating and meal expenses. The Hellenic Senior Program provides enrichment to the Greek American Senior population. The purpose of the grant will be to assist this Senior Population to improve their quality of life, by providing socialization through meetings,luncheons, parties, trips, lectures, education and recreational activities, and referrals to social services. To support the Good Companions Senior Center which allows seniors to meet, socialize and access services. To support the Good Companions Senior Center. The Meals Program is important in this community and we request funds for enrichment programs and supplies at GCSC, for the dinner program and for the Sunday Meals program. Funds to support activities for seniors in Highbridge. We will use these funds for activities that include community meals, holiday celebrations, cultural events,day trips and supplies. Senior activities (non-sectarian): weekly meetings including hot lunch, exercise and entertainment. Funds will be used to offset food costs. To empower senior citizens as to have a better quality of life by offering programs that provide opportunities for social interaction, awareness of health issues, financial matters, information on public programs and also to act as mentors to the youth Funding will help provide counseling, transportation to and from the senior center, recreational activities and meal for seniors citizens. To provide facilities, meals, speakers, entertainment each Tuesday for Golden Years Seniors Services to be funded are a choral group, a poetry workshop, computer classes and supplies for education and recreation activities. To facilitate arts programs at the senior center. Funds will help to provide an art teacher and computer insructor. This request is for funding that would allow HAI to offer OmniBus for FREE to senior centers so they may make trips to the supermarket throughout the City. Funds will help pay for driver expenses, and monitors who assist with boarding, maintenance, and administration. Funds to suppport various activities and services offered to seniors including, but not limited to, the following: trips, yoga and meditation; lectures by health care providers, discussions on various topics. We also offer assistance with medical, social, and legal services. We offer English classes, computer classes and citizenship preparation classes. Funds will help provide seniors various cognitive activities, various trips, computer classes and citizenship preparation to enhance mental stimulation and growth. Funds will help provide seniors various cognitive activities, various trips, computer classes and citizenship preparation to enhance mental stimulation and growth. This funding will help support the Vision Urbana/IPRHE senior program case assistant/coordinator, and related program recreational and educational activity expenses. older adult congregate programs and services provided within a multilingual and cultural context in over 6 different langauges. This funding will provide educational and recreational programming including workshops on healthy aging and aging in place. The IPR/HE Corona Senior Center will utilize this funding to help support its case assistance and educational and recreational activities for seniors in the 21st District. In addition will assist seniors with ESL classes and assistance with citizenship.

Aging

Levin

Heights and Hill Community Council, Inc.

237237927

$18,200

DFTA

Aging

Lander

Helen Keller Services for the Blind

111630807

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Levin

Helen Keller Services for the Blind

111630807

$4,500

DFTA

Aging Aging

Halloran Vallone

Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee, Inc. (HANAC) Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee, Inc. (HANAC)

112290832 112290832

$9,000 $21,750

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Quinn

Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee, Inc. (HANAC)

112290832

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Van Bramer

Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee, Inc. (HANAC)

112290832

$6,475

DFTA

Aging

Rodriguez

Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee, Inc. (HANAC)

112290832

$10,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Chin Mendez Foster Gennaro Koo Comrie Oddo Arroyo Foster Dickens

Henry Street Settlement Henry Street Settlement Highbridge Community Life Center Hillcrest Jewish Center Hindu Temple Society of North America, The Hollis Avenue Congregational Church Holy Trinity - St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Senior Center Hope of Israel Senior Center, Inc. Hope of Israel Senior Center, Inc. Hospital Audiences, Inc.

131562242 131562242 133015539 111639813 237071891 861100659 133192971 132749857 132749857 136277895 * *

$6,000 $14,000 $5,000 $7,250 $8,000 $8,000 $8,000 $8,952 $5,000 $4,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Dromm

India Home, Inc.

208747291

$8,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Gennaro Halloran Chin Dromm

India Home, Inc. India Home, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc.

208747291 208747291 132987263 132987263

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$5,000 $3,500 $5,000 $7,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Ferreras

Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc.

132987263

$15,000

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Ferreras

Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc.

132987263

$5,000

DFTA

To support IPR/HE Elmhurst/Jackson Heights Senior Center supplement case assistance and educational recreational activities for seniors in the 21 District. This Center provides unique programs to a multicultural and multilingual population of seniors that is growing exponentially in this community, and is a model nationally for cultural competency and evidence-based programming. Funding will be used to provide recreational and educational as well as wellness workshops and activities for seniors. Funding will help underwrite IPR/HE programs and services to seniors and their families in the Upper Manhattan community, in order to support our efforts going forward and provide the excellent services and programs, such as crime victims assistance. Funding will provide culturally competent and bilingual case assistance services to the significant number of seniors and families in District 2. To support the James Monroe Senior Center culturally competent and bilingual recreational and education programs as well as case assistance and counseling services that provide access to entitlements and other benefits for seniors and their families. To support the Bronx River Senior Center recreational and educational program for seniors as well as critical case assistance and counseling services that provide access to entitlements and other benefits for seniors and their families. To support IPR/HE services at the Soundview Senior Center, which included critical case assistance and counseling services for access to entitlements and benefits as well as recreational and educational activities. This funding will be used to support the Betances Senior Center educational and recreational programs as well as wellness workshops and cultural activities. This funding will be used to help support Leonard Covello Senior Center recreational and educational activities and case assistance services, as well as its cultural and arts programming. To support the IPR/HE Homebound Program (formerly Casita Maria) by supplementing our case assistance work and our home visitations. We would like to expand this Homebound model to our program at James Weldon Johnson and other developments that are in great need for this service. This funding will help El CEMI underwrite its security program. These funds will help restore security measures and staffing. Funding will be used to help support a case manager and activities coordinator that has been stationed within the Washington Heights community serving predominantly Hispanic and minority seniors. In addition this enables this case manager to access the many other IPR/HE programs and services in this community. Funds will be used to provide activities and programs that keep the seniors physical and socially engaged such as exercise classes, workshops, and off-site trips. The Association is a non-profit, non-sectarian organization founded to observe and promote our American heritage as well as those of our Italian ancestors.Membership is open to anyone who wishes to join the Association regardless of religious beliefs or race and need not be a member of St. Mel Church This is our 28th Annual Food Drive. The names of the recipients are submitted to the Foundation by religious leaders, school principals, social workers, our own members, CASC (Community Agency for Senior Citizens), NALITT Cancer Society and other charitable groups. The requested funds will only be used to offset some of the costs associated with the purchase of food for this program. Funds will assist the Newtown (Italian) Senior Center to provide exercise and educational programs. Programs include yoga, tai chi, aerobic, social dancing, ballroom dance lessons, theatre workshop classes, English as a Second Language (ESL), nutrition seminars,and Hypertension monitoring programs. Funds to provide weekend, Kosher meals to the households of the frail and elderly. To fund the Riis Senior Center which supports a program that has served residents aged 60 and above who rely on public benefits, have limited mobility, are diagnosed with one or more chronic diseases. Friendship Center offers comprehensive services to seniors who are mentally and physically frail. Funds will be used to offset operating expenses. Friendship Center offers comprehensive services to seniors who are mentally and physically frail. Funds will be used to offset operating expenses. Funding will assist staff to enhance programming to participants with the purchase of health, wellness, audio and basic photo equipment that staff will use during program activities. Funds will also be used to fence the current lot at the rockaway Center to park buses, purchase a security system for the lot, and purchase a new phone system. Funding will support the clinical and health services provided to residents. Funding will provide a wide range of services to hundreds of individual seniors. Funds will be used to cover the cost of office supplies such as the cost of printing and mailing correspondence to seniors and staffing purposes. During the spring and summer months, Jazzmobile will offer the senior citizens of New York City a free Spring Fling. Funding will be used to offset entertainment, catering, marketing, rental and administrative costs associated with the event. During the spring and summer months, Jazzmobile will offer the senior citizens of New York City a Spring Fling. Jazzmobile will offer the senior citizens of New York City a Spring Fling. Funds will be used to pay for entertainment, rental of the facility, supplies, marketing, and administrative costs. The programs are free and open to all seniors within the district(s).

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Foster Jackson Mendez Palma

Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc.

132987263 132987263 132987263 132987263

$21,750 $5,000 $4,000 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Palma

Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc.

132987263

$15,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Palma Viverito Viverito Viverito Viverito

Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc. Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc.

132987263 132987263 132987263 132987263 132987263

$10,000 $2,500 $5,500 $10,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Rodriguez

Institute for the Puerto Rican/Hispanic Elderly, Inc.

132987263

$20,000

DFTA

Aging

Comrie

International Tower Senior Center

136400571

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Halloran

Italian American Association of St. Mel Roman Catholic Church

111646313

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Ignizio

Italian Club of Staten Island, Inc.

133428736

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Dromm Dromm Van Bramer Comrie Wills **

Italian Senior Citizens Center, Inc. Jackson Heights-Elmhurst Kehillah, Inc. Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House, Inc. Jamaica Service Program for Older Adults, Inc. (JSPOA) Jamaica Service Program for Older Adults, Inc. (JSPOA)

112308129 112643410 111729398 510204121 510204121

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$7,000 $15,000 $21,250

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

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$35,750 $14,250

Aging Aging Aging

Wills ** Garodnick Chin

Jamaica Service Program for Older Adults, Inc. (JSPOA) James Lenox House Association, Inc. Japanese American Social Services, Inc.

510204121 131624148 133093059

$23,500 $3,500 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Brewer Dickens Mealy

Jazzmobile, Inc. Jazzmobile, Inc. Jazzmobile, Inc.

132614483 132614483 132614483

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$4,500 $8,000 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Jackson Barron Brewer Brewer

Jazzmobile, Inc. Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132614483 132620896 132620896 132620896

$4,000 $5,000 $6,000 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

During the spring and summer months, Jazzmobile will offer the senior citizens of New York City a Spring Fling. Funds to offset costs of consultants for classes such as the Choral group, bus rentals, and printing/supplies in order to create informational outreach materials for the center. Funds will defray salary costs to teach senior Martial Arts and Qi Gong classes. Funding will be used to continue to offer entitlement education and outreach to older adults. It will also be used to support advanced courses in computer-based advocacy for graduates of JPACs Institute for Senior Action (IFSA). To support the Scheuer House. Services include Awareness Group sessions, Discussion Group sessions, Musical Appreciation sessions, Educational Trips. Funds will be used for payments to group coordinators, lecturers, performers, equipment renovation and repair, supplies, and for group transportation facilities. To cover the costs of a consultant to teach computer classes to community elders. and to cover the cost of a monthly subscription to the centers cable television account in order to provide Russian language programming to the centers senior population from the Former Soviet Union, in addition to the English language programming currently offered. The service to be funded is to pay for Computer Classes over the course of the FY13, printing/supplies in order to create outreach materials for the Senior Center, and to purchase supplies for classes. The funds will be used to cover the costs of consultants to teach classes such as physical fitness, lectures, programs of interest to the participants, entertainment for parties. Funds to offset costs of computer instruction, Yoga and Tai chi physical fitness classes, and transportation program. The programming/services to be funded will cover the costs of consultants to teach yoga, arts and crafts, dancercise, knitting crocheting classes, and choral group instructor. Funds to offset the costs of consultants to teach a variety of physical fitness classes, programs of interest to the participants such as painting class, music classes, lectures, phone, printing and supplies, entertainment, cultural programming. The specific programming to be funding are the costs of consultants to teach aerobics and Zumba classes, both physical fitness classes. Funding will be used to continue to offer entitlement education and outreach to older adults. It will also be used to support advanced courses in computer-based advocacy for graduates of JPACs Institute for Senior Action (IFSA). The service to be funded will cover the costs of consultants to teach classes, such as physical fitness, and entertainment at parties, transportation via livery car service to and from the center for seniors who could otherwise not attend, and for the rental of coach buses for recreational outings to areas of interest in the New York metropolitan area. Funding will help the Mechler Hall Senior Center, including staff salary expenses, classes, supplies, bus rental for trips, and other expenses related to running of the program. The programming/serviced to be funded will cover the costs of all areas of senior center operation: staffing, programming, and OTPS (other than personnel). Funding will be used to continue to offer entitlement education and outreach to older adults. It will also be used to support JPACs leadership and advocacy training course, the Institute for Senior Action (IFSA), which provides a 10-week training based in Manhattan for older adults, and for conferences in Manhattan. Funded will cover the costs for consultants to maintain and continue popular classes such as the Yoga and Art, physical fitness classes, entertainment for parties and special cultural events.Funding will also be used to pay for bus rental for recreational outings, tickets to shows and museums, and costs of printing/supplies. Trump 4US is a NORC supportive service program that provides a wide range of services to seniors age 60. JASA is requesting funding to support monthly concerts, educational presentations and other cultural activities. JASAs Coney Island Active Aging (CIAA) serves approximately 250 older residents of NYCHA housing. Social services, health support and educational recreational activities are offered to the seniors age 60. Warbasse Cares for Seniors a NORC SSP serves approximately 900 older adults. JASA in collaboration with Amalgamated Warbasse Houses, Inc and VNSNY provides social services, health support and group educational/ recreational activities to promote successful aging-in-place. TOPS(Trump Outreach Program for Seniors, a NORC SSP provides a wide range of services to seniors age 60. JASA is requesting funding to support monthly group outings. The programs supported by the requested funding will be scheduled once a month. The service to be funded will cover the costs consultants to teach Arts and Crafts classes, art supplies for the classes, physical fitness classes, and for the rental of coach buses for recreational outings to areas of interest in the New York metropolitan area. The services will provide community elders with popular and enjoyable activities. The service to be funded is the costs of consultants to teach classes on topics of interests to community elders such as computer, exercise, and others, and bus rental for trips to areas of interest in the New York metropolitan area. The programming/serviced to be funded will be costs of consultants to teach classes such as physical fitness and crafts, lectures of interest, entertainment at parties, cultural arts programming, and refreshments at special events. Funding will be used to pay for concerts, lectures, educational activities, and opera performances for local seniors, as well as to offset the expenses of program administration and payroll.

Aging

Nelson

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Nelson

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Nelson Nelson Sanders Sanders Koppell Vacca Lappin

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896 132620896 132620896 132620896 132620896 132620896 132620896

$3,500 $3,500 $3,500 $8,000 $18,500 $5,000 $7,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Ulrich

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$5,000

DFTA

Aging Aging

Palma Weprin

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896 132620896

$10,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Quinn

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$6,000

DFTA

Aging

Reyna

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$15,000

DFTA

Aging

Recchia

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Recchia

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$8,500

DFTA

Aging

Recchia

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Recchia

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$6,000

DFTA

Aging

Recchia

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Recchia

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA)

132620896

$5,000

DFTA

Aging Aging

Seabrook ** Dromm

Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) Jewish Center of Jackson Heights, The

132620896 111681124

$9,000 $15,000

DFTA DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging Aging

Ignizio Oddo Oddo

Jewish Community Center of Staten Island, Inc. Jewish Community Center of Staten Island, Inc. Jewish Community Center of Staten Island, Inc.

135562256 135562256 135562256

$4,000 $11,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

The Beatrice Victor Senior Olympics (BVSO) is a 6-day series of 21 physical, intellectual, and social competitive activities provided to Staten Island residents who are at least 50 years of age. The JCC of SI serves as the fiscal conduit for BVSO. To assist us in providing programs and services at the new Center for Life Long Development (CLLD). The Beatrice Victor Senior Olympics (BVSO) is a 6-day series of 21 physical, intellectual, and social competitive activities provided to Staten Island residents who are at least 50 years of age. The JCC of SI serves as the fiscal conduit for BVSO. To support community outreach to seniors in Stapleton. Funds will be used offset costs of an outreach staff person who can make the necessary connections and escort NYCHA housing residents when needed as well as assist the JCC in reaching DFTA's required participant numbers while also safetly escorting those seniors safely to the senior center. Caseworkers and social workers will provide comprehensive case management services, information and referrals, support groups, distribution of food parcels and counseling services to at risk elderly immigrants and disadvantaged families throughout southeast Brooklyn. Funds will be used to support our Jay Harama Senior Centers Healthy Aging services which include health promotion, educational and recreational activities which help keep senior citizens minds and bodies healthy. Funds will be used to support our Ocean Parkway Senior Centers Healthy Aging services which include health promotion, educational and recreational activities which help keep senior citizens minds and bodies healthy. Requested funds will be used to support our Senior Citizen Transportation Program which provides both individual group demand responsive and scheduled trips for frail elderly. Requested funds will be used to support our Ocean Parkway Senior Centers Healthy Aging services which include health promotion, educational and recreational activities Requested funds will be used to support our Marlboro Senior Centers Healthy Aging services which include health promotion, educational and recreational activities. Requested funds will be used to support our Surf Solomon Senior Centers Healthy Aging services which include health promotion, educational and recreational activities. Requested funds will be used to support our Haber House Senior Centers Healthy Aging services which include health promotion, educational and recreational activities. Funds will be used to provide needy seniors with the case management services. Our goal is to provide a place where senior/disabled persons can congregation with others to conversate. Funds will be used to supply the food, non-food disposables, physical fitness contractor, small stipends for Director, Cook, Assistant Cooks, and any equipment needed for the program. The Kew Gardens Hills Civic Association proposes to use funding to provide senior services and trips for isolated older adults. The funding goes to support consultants who provide the seniors with exercise/movement classes, nutrition education, arts and crafts, enthnic entertainment, et al. Funding for Kittay House allows older residents to enjoy an array of trips and activities. To provide free social services, senior/adult education programs, and naturalization application preparation programs to Korean senior citizens including adults living with disabilities who have low-income. To provide education to thousands of recent immigrant senior citizens with basic computer, esl and U.S. citizenship skills to better their lives. KASCS wll provide the most basic education to thousands of recent immigrant senior citizens with basic computer, ESL, and US Citizenship skills to better their lives. To support the Korean American Senior Center of Corona and its home delivered meal program The Adult Day Care Center at KCS is one of several crucial programs geared towards seniors. The center provides various services such as hot congregate breakfasts and lunches and numerous recreational activities like dancing, singing, origami, and physical exercise. to support the KCS Flushing Senior Center, serving seniors with meals, education/recreation classes, health promotion classes, case assistance, friendly visiting, and information & referrals. The funding requested will also be allocated to hire part-time staff. To support the growing number of seniors and help them to become sef-sufficient and independent through a comprehensive support program, specifically US Citizenship classes, ESL classs, computer classes and aerobic classes. Funding will support the Senior Center at Saint Peters Church, which serves more than 3,000 seniors annually with diverse meal, intellectual, health and social programs. To support the East Side Transportation Program which provides transportation services to our frail older adult clients to our two Senior Centers, our social adult day program at the Center at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House and weekend cultural and recreational trips that we plan. Funds to support the operation of a hearing testing mobile van to visit local senior centers and will be used to pay for the audiologists time and the driver and parking costs. Funding will be used for equipment and supplies to continue our Intergenerational Horticulture Program which serves three distinct groups of constituents (young, old and developmentally disabled). Lifestyles participants work hand-in-hand with visiting seniors or school children to make center pieces, re-pot emerging plants, or other seasonal horticulture projects in our greenhouses or at their own vegetable or flowering gardens.

Aging

Rose

Jewish Community Center of Staten Island, Inc.

135562256

$25,000

DFTA

Aging

Williams

Jewish Community Council of Canarsie, Inc.

112608645

$7,000

DFTA

Aging

Nelson

Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc.

112665181

$12,750

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Nelson Recchia Recchia Recchia Recchia Recchia Nelson Vann

Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc. Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc. Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc. Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc. Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc. Jewish Community Council of Greater Coney Island, Inc. Jewish Community Council of Kings Bay, Inc. John Wesley United Methodist Church

112665181 112665181 112665181 112665181 112665181 112665181 112714997 116002725

$5,000 $24,250 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $10,000 $6,500 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Gennaro Palma Cabrera Halloran Halloran Koo Ferreras Halloran

Kew Gardens Hills Civic Association Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club, Inc. Kittay House Jewish Home Lifecare Inc. Korean American Community Center of New York, Inc. (KACCNY) Korean American Senior Citizens Society of Greater New York, Inc. Korean American Senior Citizens Society of Greater New York, Inc. Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc. Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc.

116105321 131623850 132619576 113515647 112455396 112455396 237348989 237348989 * * * *

$3,000 $16,750 $25,000 $3,500 $3,500 $10,000 $15,000 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Koo

Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York, Inc.

237348989

$11,250

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Ignizio Garodnick Lappin Dromm

Korean-American Senior Citizens Association of New York, Inc. Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. Lexington Hearing and Speech Center Inc

133959398 131628180 131628180 112646484 * * *

$8,000 $22,000 $14,250 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Ignizio

Lifestyles for the Disabled, Inc.

133740011

$5,000

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Rose

Lifestyles for the Disabled, Inc.

133740011

$5,000

DFTA

Funds will provide food purchases to support a wildly popular monthly cabaret style dinner with live entertainment for our communitys senior citizens. Every month a full course dinner is prepared and served to seniors by Lifestyles program participants with varying developmental disabilities. Funding will go towards keeping seniors in their homes, giving them social services, cultural activities, intellectual stimulation, physical and mental challenges, etc. Funding will be used to support our Senior Services programming to seniors living within our community. Increase access to information, further assist caregivers, families inform the public regarding Orthodox Jewish community needs by website enhancement, increased news magazine distribution senior educational seminar. To help support the Peas in a Pod Cooking Club. The club is open to all residents of Augustana and meets several times a month to review recipes, including an evaluation of their nutritional value, menu planning and meal preparation. Funding will support Seniors In Touch, which provides organized group activities that build upon each individuals strengths and interests and that are geared toward each individuals level of functioning, by participating in the arts activities as a group. Funds to provide seniors with recreational, socializational, transportation and educational services. MTH offers a variety of energizing and stimulating classes for the senior 55 years and older. Meals on Wheels of Staten Island, Inc., provides home delivered meals to frail and disabled elderly residents of Staten Island who are unable to cook or shop independently. Funding will support continue agency growth, and ability to serve all in need. Meals on Wheels of Staten Island, Inc., provides home delivered meals to frail and disabled elderly residents of Staten Island who are unable to cook or shop independently. Funding will support continue agency growth, and ability to serve all in need. To support Enrollment Day educating hundreds of community residents on public benefits . Funds to support a Medicare Update and Enrollment Day in Council District 21. Funding will support community presentations about the benefits and details of accessing and participating in government programs such as Medicare and SCRIE. To support Enrollment Day educating hundreds of community residents on public benefits . Medicare Rights will lead a Medicare Update and Enrollment Day in each sponsoring district, educating hundreds of community residents on Medicare basics and changes to the program, as well as state and federal public benefits for which they might be eligible. Medicare Rights will lead a Medicare Update and Enrollment Day in each sponsoring district, educating hundreds of community residents on Medicare basics and changes to the program, as well as state and federal public benefits for which they might be eligible. To support Enrollment Day educating hundreds of community residents on public benefits . To support Enrollment Day educating hundreds of community residents on public benefits . Medicare Rights will lead a Medicare Update and Enrollment Day in each sponsoring district, educating hundreds of community residents on Medicare basics and changes to the program, as well as state and federal public benefits for which they might be eligible. Medicare Rights will lead a Medicare Update and Enrollment Day in each sponsoring district, educating hundreds of community residents on Medicare basics and changes to the program, as well as state and federal public benefits for which they might be eligible. Funds to support a Medicare Update and Enrollment Day in Council District 28. To support Enrollment Day educating hundreds of community residents on public benefits. Funds will be used for cultural arts activities inclusive of music, poetry and drama to seniors. Funding will cover program costs, program equipment/supplies, transportation, other programmatic operational costs. Funds will be used for the following: 1. Art Instructor - Conducting Art classes weekly culminating with an outstanding Art Exhibition Annually 2. Line Dance Instructor - Professional Dance Instructor 3. Service Contracts for Appliances To provide handyman services to enable needy seniors and disabled people to live safely and independently by providing home repairs and home safety jobs free-of-charge. Support for in home senior services; case assistance; financial assistance and legal assistance. To support Handyman Services which provides home repairs and home safety jobs free-of-charge (e.g., window gates, reflooring, locks, light plumbing, peepholes adjustment) to low income seniors. Funds to provide case assistance/information and referral to seniors living on fixed incomes. Discretionary funding leverages privately raised dollars and fills these service gaps. This grant will pay for staff that will directly serve at least 200 households. To provide case assistance services and information and referral to seniors in need throughout New York City helping to leverage other public and private funds. Funding will support legal services through the Manhattan Seniors Project, which helps seniors prevent evictions, resolve problems with housing conditions, access Social Security, Medicare and other benefits to which they are entitled, and resolve consumer debt issues. To provide congregate meals, transportation services and free case management/assistance. To provide congregate meals and transportation services to numerous seniors in the South Bronx community.. Funding will help with the costs associated with clothing, feeding, and purchasing necessary goods for members, as well as their annual fundraising luncheon.

Aging Aging Aging

Brewer Brewer Gennaro

Lincoln Housing Outreach Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Inc. Lorech Yomim-Center For Healthy Living Inc.

133668207 131825918 113402793

$3,500 $9,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

$3,000

Aging

Gonzalez

Lutheran Augustana Center for Extended Care and Rehabilitation

112150953

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Gentile Sanders Koslowitz Ignizio

Lutheran Family Health Center's Family Support Center Margert Community Corporation Maspeth Town Hall, Inc. Meals on Wheels of Staten Island, Inc.

111839567 112534700 237259702 132894978

$4,000 $67,750 $7,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

$4,000

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Oddo Chin Ferreras Garodnick Gennaro Gentile

Meals on Wheels of Staten Island, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc.

132894978 133505372 133505372 133505372 133505372 133505372

* * * * * *

$10,000 $3,500 $1,500 $3,500 $5,000 $3,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Greenfield Jackson Palma Weprin

Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc.

133505372 133505372 133505372 133505372

* * * *

$6,500 $3,500 $4,500 $6,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Quinn Wills ** Rodriguez Dickens

Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Medicare Rights Center, Inc. Memorial Baptist Church, Inc.

133505372 133505372 133505372 132574792

* * *

$6,000 $5,000 $4,750 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Sanders Brewer Lander Ferreras

Merrill Park Civic Association of Springfield Gardens, Inc. Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc. Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc. Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc.

112304928 132738818 132738818 132738818

* * *

$12,500 $3,500 $6,500 $7,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Gentile Nelson Garodnick Arroyo Foster Ignizio

Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc. Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc. MFY Legal Services, Inc. Mid-Bronx Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Mid-Bronx Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Military Order of the Purple Heart

132738818 132738818 132622748 237354073 237354073 133720645 * * * *

$3,500 $9,000 $3,500 $8,952 $5,000 $4,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging Aging

Barron Jackson Rodriguez

Miller Avenue Block Association, Inc. Morningside Retirement and Health Services, Inc. Mosholu-Montefiore Community Center, Inc.

112752769 136206256 133622107

$26,000 $5,000 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

To provide support to seniors through home visits, daily communication, emergency food, clothing, etc. MRHS provides social work services, educational and recreational programs, nursing services, home health care services, psychiatric consultations, and a doctors home visiting program for seniors. To pay for consultants to teach cultural, health and educational programs as well as musicians to provide live musical programs to seniors. To continue operating the three-prong senior program. This program consists of intensive case management sessions for economically disadvantaged seniors,weekly senior social,support and aerobics groups, and free health screenings and health services. The funding requested will be allocated partially for the staff dedicated to the project as well the OTPS necessary to maintain the project. To fund the Older Adult Program to harness an elders developmental intelligence. Funds will be used to support this effort in supplies, equipment, transportation and to defray salary costs. Senior citizens will be assisted with housing and other entitlement program problems. Trained personnel provide help with applications, delays in approval of applications, landlord-tenant disputes, utility bill programs, etc. This funding will be used to support the agencys sewing class activities which take place from September to June and enrolls over 300 participants and culminates in Neighborhood SHOPP Fashion Show. Funding will be used to support the educational and recreational services provided to the residents of Serviam Gardens, a senior housing development, through the Neighborhood SHOPP Senior Network Group Work Program. Funding will provide personnel and operational support for the provision of these on-site activities. To continue the East Harlem Aging Improvement District (EH AID) to work with older adults to identify what changes they would like to see in their community and then bring them together with local businesses, nonprofit organizations, city officials, cultural, educational and religious institutions to improve the quality of life for older adults. To support the Douglass Senior Center Ceramic Class. To support services at the Johnson Houses Senior Center. Funding will support the city-wide Home Sharing and Respite Care Program which matches compatible persons free of charge in shared living arrangements in dwellings rented or owned by one or more of the participants. One or both matchmates must be aged 60 or over. The program's respite care component provides certified inhome attendants to help frail elderly persons who are attempting to manage at home alone or whose caregivers have become ill or are temporarily away. Funds will be used to enhance and expand LaGuardia and Mott Street Senior Centers recreational and social programs. To provide the Home Sharing and Respite Care Program which matches compatible persons free of charge in shared living arrangements . To provide the Home Sharing and Respite Care Program which matches compatible persons free of charge in shared living arrangements . Funding will support the operating costs for the Home Sharing/Respite Care program, which provides home care assistance to seniors. Funding will support the city-wide Home Sharing and Respite Care Program which matches compatible persons free of charge in shared living arrangements in dwellings rented or owned by one or more of the participants. One or both matchmates must be aged 60 or over. The program's respite care component provides certified inhome attendants to help frail elderly persons who are attempting to manage at home alone or whose caregivers have become ill or are temporarily away. Funding will support the city-wide Home Sharing and Respite Care Program which matches compatible persons free of charge in shared living arrangements in dwellings rented or owned by one or more of the participants. One or both matchmates must be aged 60 or over. The program's respite care component provides certified inhome attendants to help frail elderly persons who are attempting to manage at home alone or whose caregivers have become ill or are temporarily away. Funding will support the operating costs for the Home Sharing/Respite Care program, which provides home care assistance to seniors. Funds requested will be used to enhance and expand Dyckman Senior Centers recreational activities and social programs, including English as a Second Language (ESL), computer training, arts and crafts, exercise and dance classes. Funds will mainly be used for rent, utilities, printing/supplies as well as vehicle expenses; since transportation of our Seniors is one of our priorities. Satellite Senior Center provides Recreational And Educational Services To Seniors. Funding will be used for Consultants (Line Dance And Aerobics), Cultural Trips (Bus Transportation), Entertainment And Refreshments, Salaries And Fringes, Hall Rental, Program And Maintenance Supplies,Liability Insurance. To provide congregate lunch, consultants (aerobics, line dance, yoga), cultural trips, entertainment and refreshments, salaries and fringes, facility rent, program supplies (office and maintenance), insurance (liability). Seniors Day Out: Seniors Day Out is a program by which the seniors of our community choose activities they wish to engage in and for which NEBA provides transportation, food, etc. For example our seniors have gone to resort areas or enjoyed luncheons in local restaurants.

Aging

Lander

Nachas Health and Family Network, Inc.

113067201

$7,000

DFTA

Aging Aging

Brewer Koppell

National Council of Jewish Women, Inc. - New York Section Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation (NIDC)

131624132 133110811

$5,000 $10,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Arroyo

Neighborhood Self Help by Older Persons Project, Inc.

133077047

$7,573

DFTA

Aging

Rivera

Neighborhood Self Help by Older Persons Project, Inc.

133077047

$15,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Viverito Viverito Viverito

New York Academy of Medicine New York City Housing Authority New York City Housing Authority

131656674 136400434 136400434

$10,250 $10,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Brewer

New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc.

132618568

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Chin Dickens Foster Garodnick

New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc. New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc. New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc. New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc.

132618568 132618568 132618568 132618568

$8,000 $7,250 $5,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Lappin

New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc.

132618568

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Quinn

New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc.

132618568

$5,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Recchia Rodriguez Vacca

New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc. New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc. North East Bronx Senior Citizens Center, Inc.

132618568 132618568 132759045

$10,000 $10,000 $30,750

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Halloran

North Flushing Senior Center, Inc.

112741128

$8,500

DFTA

Aging

Koo

North Flushing Senior Center, Inc.

112741128

$9,000

DFTA

Aging

Vacca

Northeast Bronx Association Corporation

134131325

$12,500

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Wills **

Northeastern Conference House Housing Development Fund Company, 112574893 Inc. Northeastern Conference of Seventh Day Adventists Community Affairs, Inc.

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Eugene

020632575

$15,000

DFTA

Aging

Brewer

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Chin

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Dickens Garodnick Gonzalez

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc. Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc. Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599 550882599 550882599

* * *

$8,000 $3,500 $7,700

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Greenfield

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Lander

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Lappin

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Levin

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$4,050

DFTA

Aging

Mendez

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Vann

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$15,000

DFTA

Aging

Weprin

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Quinn

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Williams

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$7,000

DFTA

Aging

Viverito

Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.

550882599

$5,000

DFTA

To provide social,educational and recreational activities such as seasonal holiday parties, birthday parties, three day trips and two overnight along with transportation. Supplies for our Community Garden including a composter. Funds to provide opportunities for seniors to participate in indoor activities such as Computer training, Arts Craft, Painting, Needle Point, Dress Making, Flower Making, discussion groups, Pottery, Health Lectures Workshops. Outdoor activities:- Bus Trips to Parks & Theaters,Walks Strolls. Hot Meals, Nutrition Education.Conditioning training, Tai Chi, Yoga, Self Defense Training. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will support training sessions geared towards helping seniors in Council District 4 to better access and utilize technology as a resource and in their everyday life. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funding will provide access to Senior Planet digital community resources, including weekly events calendar, resource guide, videoconferences, and specialized content on health, finances, and other essential topics relevant to seniors. Funds will support the staff working at the organization, including occupancy, communication, supplies and other expenses related to oper-ations to assure the continuation of free services for to seniors. Funds will support the staff working at the organization, including occupancy, communication, supplies and other expenses related to oper-ations to assure the continuation of free services for to seniors. Funds will support the staff working at the organization, including occupancy, communication, supplies and other expenses related to oper-ations to assure the continuation of free services for to seniors. We are a senior social club and we meet in a friendly atmosphere to play games such as Bingo and Scrabble. The funding is used to provide hot lunches and refreshments for the club members. Funding will support expanded 35th Anniversary COMMUNITY OUTREACH initiatives by underwriting discounted/free SENIOR COMMUNITY TICKETS for performances of THREE TREES. To support the senior computer training program. Funds will go towards acquiring two new computer and printers to increase amount of the members able to use equipment during those sessions. Other funding allocations will go towards adminsrative cost along with supplies. To support our goals, Penn South Program for Seniors (PSPS) NORC-SSP will pay consultants to teach classses and and lead weekly groups for 32 weeks. Classes include: Womens Supoort Group, Creative art (painting and drawing), Beginning and Advanaced Tai-Chi and All Level Fitness Classes.

Aging

Brewer

One Stop Senior Services

133174492

$7,000

DFTA

Aging

Dickens

One Stop Senior Services

133174492

$8,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Viverito Halloran Brewer Lander

One Stop Senior Services Our Lady of the Blessed Sacrament Church Pan Asian Repertory Theatre Park Slope Senior Citizens Center, Inc.

133174492 113232246 132894709 112334269

$5,000 $3,500 $4,000 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Quinn

Penn South Social Services, Inc.

133413349

$10,000

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Crowley

Peter Cardella Senior Citizen Center, Inc.

112328536

$34,000

DFTA

Aging

Reyna

Peter Cardella Senior Citizen Center, Inc.

112328536

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Reyna

Peter Cardella Senior Citizen Center, Inc.

112328536

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Mendez

Phipps Community Development Corporation

132707665

$5,000

DFTA

Funding will be used to support, operate,and maintain the multi-service senior center facility. Funding is necessary to provide supplemental kitchen staff, for educational, recreational, and health/wellness programs as well as funding needed to offset costs related to utilities, food, printing and supplies,communications, and maintenance and repair costs for the facility structure. Finally, funding will be used to help operate our senior transportation program. Funding will be used to support, operate,and maintain the multi-service senior center facility. Funding is necessary to provide supplemental kitchen staff, for educational, recreational, and health/wellness programs as well as funding needed to offset costs related to utilities, food, printing and supplies,communications, and maintenance and repair costs for the facility structure. Finally, funding will be used to help operate our senior transportation program. Funding will be used to support, operate,and maintain the multi-service senior center facility. Funding is necessary to provide supplemental kitchen staff, for educational, recreational, and health/wellness programs as well as funding needed to offset costs related to utilities, food, printing and supplies,communications, and maintenance and repair costs for the facility structure. Finally, funding will be used to help operate our senior transportation program. NORC at Phipps Plaza West has been assisting seniors age 60 and above live independently and safe in their homes and become engaged members of the community. The staff provides them with services such as medication review, case management, advocacy, referrals, therapeutic recreation, health education, and recreational activities. Funds will support program for the seniors, including trips, art and crafts, exercise and nutrition classes and social activities. To support the Lambert Houses Senior program that provides seniors with the proper supportive services so that they can remain in their homes, live independently and become engaged members of their communities. The ESSP is a program that has been assisting Senior Citizens help and assist in obtaining benefits. We are also helping with filling out applications, pre-screening for eligibility, translation various documents and explaining laws and regulation.The funds will be used to cover program expenses. To provide nutritious meals for seniors as well as provide a wide range of classes, activities and services desinged to keep seniors healthy, engaged and connected. To provide nutritious meals for seniors as well as provide a wide range of classes, activities and services desinged to keep seniors healthy, engaged and connected. Funds will be used to cover the cost of classes, activities and services provided by the Highbridge Senior Center. To provide a hot nutritious lunch every weekday to seniors. In addition, the center provides a wide range of classes, activities and services desinged to keep seniors healthy, engaged and connected. Funds will be used to cover the cost of these programs (instructors, materials, etc.) and directly benefit the elderly members of the center. To support PSS Senior Program in City Island providing a hot nutritious lunch every weekday to seniors. In addition, the center provides a wide range of classes, activities and services designed to keep seniors healthy, engaged and connected. Funds will be used to cover the cost of these programs (instructors, materials, etc.). Funds would be used to cover rent and personnel costs, purchase program and household supplies to maintain and refresh clubhouse facility. To fund The Pomonok Senior Center that will support various activities as well as supply needs for our fitness and education programs at this site. To fund the Naturally Occurring Retirement Community (NORC) at the Forest Hills Coop and supplement the salary for a Russian speaking caseworker to assist with paperwork and benefits, entitlements and provide emotional support. To fund the Pomonok Social Club. Funds would enhance and directly support various activities and the supplies needed for them and dinner outing expenses. Funds would also support the expenses for special activities to commemorate special holidays. To support the Forest Hills Senior Center and the Rego Park Senior Center which will support the expansion of hours for Russian speaking bi-lingual case worker. The program participants will also benefit from funding for transportation for large scale outings to Queens and NYC cultural venues. Funds are requested to cover the rental space for weekly rehearsls and three annual concerts. Funding will be used to administer our programs which benefit Queens seniors. Funds will help to defray administration costs, material expenses, communications and senior travel expenses. Funding will be used to administer senior programming as well as offset administration costs including operations, printing and supplies, communications and senior travel. Funding will be used to administer our programs which benefit Queens seniors. Funds will help to defray administration costs, material expenses, communications and senior travel expenses. Funding will be used to administer our programs which benefit Queens seniors. Funds will help to defray administration costs, material expenses, communications and senior travel expenses. Funding will be used to administer senior programming as well as offset administration costs including operations, printing and supplies, communications and senior travel. Funds will provide senior services that include Kosher meals-on-wheels , workshops on safety and health issues as well as cultural events to enhance their quality of life. Funding will be used to perform two music ensembles for senior centers in the district. To promote the Community Program and the Information and Referral Program that enables seniors to gather information for their well being. To promote the Community Program and the Information and Referral Program that enables seniors to gather information for their well being. To support funding for expenses, salary, rent, supplies, etc.

Aging

Rivera

Phipps Community Development Corporation

132707665

$10,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Levin Arroyo Dickens Foster

Polish and Slavic Center, Inc. Presbyterian Senior Services Presbyterian Senior Services Presbyterian Senior Services

112285970 131981482 131981482 131981482

$6,000 $21,000 $10,000 $15,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Koppell

Presbyterian Senior Services

131981482

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Vacca

Presbyterian Senior Services

131981482

$5,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Dromm Gennaro Gennaro

Queens Community House, Inc. Queens Community House, Inc. Queens Community House, Inc.

112375583 112375583 112375583

$15,000 $5,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Gennaro

Queens Community House, Inc.

112375583

$3,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Koslowitz Koslowitz Comrie Ferreras Halloran Koslowitz Vallone Halloran Vallone Comrie Koslowitz Ulrich

Queens Community House, Inc. Queens Festival Orchestra Association, Inc. Queens Interagency Council on the Aging, Inc. Queens Interagency Council on the Aging, Inc. Queens Interagency Council on the Aging, Inc. Queens Interagency Council on the Aging, Inc. Queens Interagency Council on the Aging, Inc. Queens Jewish Community Council, Inc. Queens Symphony Orchestra, Inc. Queensboro Council for Social Welfare, Inc. Queensboro Council for Social Welfare, Inc. Queensboro Council for Social Welfare, Inc.

112375583 112393968 112744700 112744700 112744700 112744700 112744700 237172152 112106191 111817497 111817497 111817497 * * * * * * * * *

$18,000 $4,000 $5,000 $4,750 $3,500 $5,000 $3,500 $2,500 $5,000 $5,000 $2,350 $3,750

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging

Weprin Crowley

Queensboro Council for Social Welfare, Inc. Rabbi Israel Meyer Hacohen Rabbinical Seminary of America, Inc.

111817497 111752021

$5,000 $30,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging Health and Safety in the Home and in the Community Program presentations,and the Information and Referral Program that enables seniors to gather information for their well being. This funding will support general operating expenses for services provided by the Middle Village Adult Center. These expenses include but are not limited to: food, utilities,personnel and other expenses. Funding will support general operating expenses to fund current levels of service provided by the Middle Village Adult Center. Funds will help cover the costs of food, utilities,personnel and other expenses. To promote healty eating and funding will assist us in serving breakfast and lunch to our seniors on weekdays. To provide educational, health and wellness and transportation services to promote the socialization and wellbeing of seniors. College Seniors Center provides seniors provides an alternative to institutionalization for the elderly, while helping to maintain their dignity and quality of life at the highest level possible. Funds will be used for material expenses and operating costs. Our program serves the older population with healthy and nutritious meals as well as activities. The funding will be used for consultants fees for the following: Exercise Aerobics, Fitness Trainer as well as other cultural activities. The funds will be for social, cultural and rereational activities and programs for seniors. Services that will be funded are ceramics and oil painting instructors, printing and supplies for seniors. Funds will help assit seniors in accessing and recertifying for all benefits and entitlements such as Food Stamps, Medicaid, HEAP, Housing, advocancy with landlords and tenants issue. Funds will support the Parkchester Senior Center servises within our community that provides congregate meals, case assistants, medicaid assists, educational, recreational and nutrional activities. Funding will provide social, cultural and recreational activities as well as intergenerational program to help reduce isolation among seniors in the Inwood Senior Center . Service will help to provide an alternative to institutionalization for the elderly, while helping to maintain their dignity and quality of life at the highest level possible. Service will help to provide an alternative to institutionalization for the elderly, while helping to maintain their dignity and quality of life at the highest level possible. Service will help to provide an alternative to institutionalization for the elderly, while helping to maintain their dignity and quality of life at the highest level possible. The Retirees will coordinate and sponsor a variety of activities that will include workshops, forums, travel opportunities. Funds will also be used to maintain the van which transports members to theaters and other events; in addition funds are used for rent, utilities and insurance. Richmond Senior Services has provided shared housing through Project SHARE for low income seniors. Funding will support the Richmond Senior Services Food Pantry, Information Center and Community Kitchen. The pantry provides emergency food at no cost to S.I. residents in need, plus gives referrals to other community services and entitlements. Funding will be used towards occupancy costs, and salary expenses. RBSCC will use the funds to provide transportation and entertainment for an all-day outing for senior citizens to Sunken Meadow State Park. To provide transportation and entertainment for an all-day outing for senior citizens to Sunken Meadow State Park. Funds will be used to pay the contractors/consultants providing senior programming such as tai-chi, yopga, aerobics etc. Funds will be used to pay the contractors/consultants providing senior programming such as tai-chi, yopga, aerobics etc. The request is to support the RNH Telephone Reassurance Program (TRP). The TRP provides daily phone calls to homebound older adults to make sure they remain connected to the community and that they are safe. Funds will be used to support Community Health Services for seniors. The Memory Center is an Adult Day Program for people with mild to mid-stage memory loss due to Alzheimers or other illness resulting in memory impairment. Funds will be used to partially fund qualified and caring group leaders and to partially fund staff health insurance. The Memory Center is an Adult Day Program for people with mild to mid-stage memory loss due to Alzheimers or other illness resulting in memory impairment. Funds will be used to partially fund qualified and caring group leaders and to partially fund staff health insurance. Funds to be used for our congregate meal program for seniors, to provide physical fitness activities and health /wellness programs. Funds will also be used for vehical expenses and to purchase printing/supplies. To support the senior social services program which offers a comprehensive social work services, case management, health care management, health promotions, recreational activities and educational workshops.Funds will be used to offset costs our operating budget. We Passenger accessible bus transportation for our members to events and venues in the greater NYC area. and we also offer free of charge the lending of wheelchairs along with canes and crutches. We also provide free fax service and other adminstrative services like assisting in filling out forms making phone calls, we also sponser a program to assist in spending time with shut ins and helping with shopping and other domestic issues.

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Koslowitz Dickens Cabrera Foster

Rabbi Israel Meyer Hacohen Rabbinical Seminary of America, Inc. Ralph J. Rangel Houses Tenant Association Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc.

111752021 270361139 136213586 136213586 * * *

$3,500 $3,500 $41,875 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Vacca Vacca Vacca Palma Palma Rodriguez Seabrook ** Seabrook ** Seabrook ** Seabrook ** Oddo

Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Regional Aid for Interim Needs, Inc. Retirees of Dreiser Loop , Inc., The Richmond Senior Services, Inc.

136213586 136213586 136213586 136213586 136213586 136213586 136213586 136213586 136213586 010677804 136217080

* * * * * * * * * * *

$10,000 $5,000 $10,000 $7,250 $7,250 $10,000 $7,000 $11,000 $33,750 $48,000 $8,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Rose

Richmond Senior Services, Inc.

136217080

$8,750

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Dilan Levin Crowley Reyna Koppell Koppell Jackson

Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc. Ridgewood Older Adult Center and Services, Inc. Ridgewood Older Adult Center and Services, Inc. Riverdale Neighborhood House, Inc. Riverdale Senior Services, Inc. Riverstone Senior Life Services, Inc.

112453853 112453853 050607283 050607283 131740024 237357997 133355074

* *

$26,875 $10,000 $20,000 $20,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

$5,000 $30,750

$10,000

Aging

Rodriguez

Riverstone Senior Life Services, Inc.

133355074

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Wills **

Rochdale Village Social Services, Inc.

113397470

$15,000

DFTA

Aging

Wills **

Rochdale Village Social Services, Inc.

113397470

$15,000

DFTA

Aging

Lappin

Roosevelt Island Disabled Association

133251193

$6,000

DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging Aging

Lappin Comrie Van Bramer

Roosevelt Island Seniors Association (RISA), Inc. Roy Wilkins Senior Dolphins Samaritan Village, Inc.

133047204 131592005 112635374 * *

$28,000 $5,000 $36,050

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Funding for our educational, physical and recreational program that entitled Seniors to have more fun. The requested funds will be used to pay for our fitness, painting, computers, and art classes. To defray supply costs used in daily operation of activities by the senior athletic organization. Funding will support the Annual Mothers Day Celebration and Christmas Holiday Celebration for NYC seniors. Funds will also support the health initative provided to the seniors. The CAPE Program provides a myriad of unique and integrated services which are critical to Senior Adults which include home-based and clinic-based mental health assessment,medication scripting and monitoring, etitlement coordination,elder abuse intervention and treatment,peer advocacy,transportation from clients homes to the CAPE Clinic facility and support groups for bereavement. The program will provide seniors over the age of sixty who reside in the greater Clearview, Whitestone, Le Harve, Bay Terrace Flushing Communities with a dedicated transportation serviceto transport them from their homes to local shopping centers, physician appointments, banks, Senior centers, pharmacies and other important destinations within their communities. The Samuel Field Y is seeking funding to maintain and enhance the level of services provided through our NORCSSP to over 800 Senior Adults. The many programs and services that are provided on-site include, case management, home based assessment and mental health counseling, nursing, care management and supportive health education and health screening programs. To provide a forum for neighborhood seniors to meet and socialize. we provide coffee and cake daily and hot lunch twice a week. Say Ah! seeks funding to continue to bring our health literacy programming to seniors at senior centers, AND to expand our work to serve other vulnerable populations at places convenient to them so that more people gain the skills needed to manage their health and health care in todays complex health care environment. Funding will support Search and Care's core care management services to assist and advocate for the elderly living on the East Side, including a money management program, assistance for seniors accessing healthcare, and providing companionship and socialization activities. Funding will support Search and Care's core care management services to assist and advocate for the elderly living on the East Side, including a money management program, assistance for seniors accessing healthcare, and providing companionship and socialization activities. Funding will support Search and Care's core care management services to assist and advocate for the elderly, including a money management program, assistance for seniors accessing healthcare, and providing companionship and socialization activities. To provde daily hot lunches, case management, recreational and educational activities, classes, bus trips and physical fitness programs. In addition to programming funds will be used to offset cost of transportation. We assist elderly clients in applying for Home Care, Medicaid, Food Stamps, SCRIE, and advocate for other services. Seniors participate in weekly exercise classes and walking club. To fund homebound senior services which provide needed emergency cleaning, heavy duty cleaning, medical transportation, and financial assistance. Funding will be used for senior programming including the need for Evidence Based Health Promotion through the Art Program, Yoga Sessions, Tai Chi Sessions, and Computer programming. To fund homebound senior services which provide needed emergency cleaning, heavy duty cleaning, medical transportation, and financial assistance. Funds will be used to offset salary cost of Social Worker to assess seniors physical, social, and mental health needs, and manages their referral to both on-site and off-site services, including: home care, meals-on-wheels, housekeeping, health care, education, recreation, transportation, volunteer opportunities, health promotion activities, entitlements programs, and other special programs. We request funding for health and wellness programming. Funding for can improve the awareness and health of our clients and contribute to them living longer and more independently in their communities. Funding will be used for ESL Instruction and Tai Chi classes for seniors. Funding will be used for a bi-lingual community worker and ESL classes which are free five days per week and total 15 hours per week. In addition we would like funding to be used for evidence based wellness activities. To provide a wide range of services to Brooklyn seniors including assessment of all potential needs; screening for entitlements; application assistance; counseling for information and referral; case advocacy and follow up calls; and ongoing visits. In addition we provide access to legal services, financial management services and transportation to and from medical appts. We request funding to partially pay the salary of a chore worker. Funding for Personal Emergency Response Systems (PERS) and transportation. PERS is an electronic device designed to allow elderly to summon help in the event of an emergency. Funds will be used to enhance program activities which include Health and Wellness programs such as YOGA and excercise, Dance classes, Blood pressure screening, Nutrition lectures and screening, Discussion groups on topics such as Mental Physical health; Current Events; Psychology etc. Funds will be used to enhance program activities which include Health and Wellness programs such as YOGA and excercise, Dance classes, Blood pressure screening, Nutrition lectures and screening, Discussion groups on topics such as Mental Physical health; Current Events; Psychology etc.

Aging

Gennaro

Samuel Field YM & YWHA, Inc.

113071518

$15,000

DFTA

Aging

Halloran

Samuel Field YM & YWHA, Inc.

113071518

$17,500

DFTA

Aging

Halloran

Samuel Field YM & YWHA, Inc.

113071518

$7,500

DFTA

Aging

Vacca

San Gennaro Senior Center

432061329

$10,500

DFTA

Aging

Quinn

Say Ah!, Inc.

208663409

$6,750

DFTA

Aging

Garodnick

Search and Care, Inc.

237444790

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Lappin

Search and Care, Inc.

237444790

$4,500

DFTA

Aging

Viverito

Search and Care, Inc.

237444790

$5,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Arroyo Mendez Brewer Crowley Dickens

SEBCO Development, Inc. Self Reliance Association of American Ukrainians, Inc. Selfhelp Community Services, Inc. Selfhelp Community Services, Inc. Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

132944013 135629116 131624178 131624178 131624178 * * * *

$14,000 $5,250 $3,500 $17,250 $4,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Dromm

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

131624178

$7,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Halloran Koo Koo

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc. Selfhelp Community Services, Inc. Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

131624178 131624178 131624178

* * *

$4,000 $9,000 $13,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Lander

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

131624178

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Vallone

Selfhelp Community Services, Inc.

131624178

$7,000

DFTA

Aging

Nelson

Senior Citizens League of Flatbush, Inc.

112347331

$4,000

DFTA

Aging

Greenfield

Senior Citizens League of Flatbush, Inc.

112347331

$7,500

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Lander

Senior Citizens League of Flatbush, Inc.

112347331

$5,000

DFTA

Funds will be used to enhance program activities which include Health and Wellness programs such as YOGA and excercise, Dance classes, Blood pressure screening, Nutrition lectures and screening, Discussion groups on topics such as Mental Physical health; Current Events; Psychology etc. Our Services Include Accessing Entitlements, Benefits And Information To Support Seniors. Funds Will Be Used To Support The Social Work Staff That Provides These Services. Our Services Include Accessing Entitlements, Benefits And Information To Support Seniors. Funds Will Be Used To Support The Social Work Staff That Provides These Services. Funds will support the delivery of mental health counseling to underserved older adults. Programs include full mental health services at the SPOP clinic on West 91st Street, in the home for those who are homebound due to physical or psychological disabilities, and at various senior centers throughout Manhattan. Funds will support the delivery of mental health counseling to underserved older adults. Programs include full mental health services at the SPOP clinic on West 91st Street, in the home for those who are homebound due to physical or psychological disabilities, and at various senior centers throughout Manhattan. Funding will support mental health counseling for seniors both at its clinic, as well as for seniors who are homebound. Funds will support the delivery of mental health counseling to underserved older adults. Programs include full mental health services at the SPOP clinic on West 91st Street, in the home for those who are homebound due to physical or psychological disabilities, and at various senior centers throughout Manhattan. Funds will support the delivery of mental health counseling to underserved older adults. Programs include full mental health services at the SPOP clinic on West 91st Street, in the home for those who are homebound due to physical or psychological disabilities, and at various senior centers throughout Manhattan. Funds will support the delivery of mental health counseling to underserved older adults. Programs include full mental health services at the SPOP clinic on West 91st Street, in the home for those who are homebound due to physical or psychological disabilities, and at various senior centers throughout Manhattan. Funds will support programming and services at The SAGE Center, the first full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults in New York City, and the nation. The center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs To support essential SAGE center which provides programs and services to LGBT older adults in New York City. Funds will support programming and services at The SAGE Center, the first full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults in New York City, and the nation. The center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs Funds will support programming and services at The SAGE Center, the first full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults in New York City, and the nation. The center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs Funds will support programming and services at The SAGE Center, the first full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults in New York City, and the nation. The center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs Funds will support programming and services at The SAGE Center, the first full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults in New York City, and the nation. The center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs Funding will support The SAGE Center, a full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults. The SAGE Center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs, wellness offerings, cancer support, and congregate meals. Funds will support programming and services at The SAGE Center, the first full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults in New York City, and the nation. The center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs Funds will support programming and services at The SAGE Center, the first full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults in New York City, and the nation. The center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs Funds will support programming and services at The SAGE Center, the first full-time innovative senior center for LGBT older adults in New York City, and the nation. The center offers diverse programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, legal and financial planning, cultural and educational programs Funds will be used to support the Transportation program, staffing expenses and programming costs for the Brookville Senior Center. Funds will be used to support the Transportation program, staffing expenses and programming costs for the SNAP Senior Center of Eastern Queens.

Aging Aging

Jackson Rodriguez

Seniors Helping Seniors, Inc. Seniors Helping Seniors, Inc.

133111915 133111915

$7,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Brewer

Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP)

132947616

$4,500

DFTA

Aging

Dickens

Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP)

132947616

$5,500

DFTA

Aging

Garodnick

Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP)

132947616

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Lappin

Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP)

132947616

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Jackson

Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP)

132947616

$3,100

DFTA

Aging

Viverito

Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP)

132947616

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Brewer

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Chin

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$3,500

DFTA

Aging

Dickens

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$4,000

DFTA

Aging

Lappin

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Jackson

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$3,963

DFTA

Aging

Mendez

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$4,000

DFTA

Aging

Palma

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Quinn

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$7,500

DFTA

Aging

Van Bramer

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$5,000

DFTA

Aging

Viverito

Services and Advocacy for GLBT Elders, Inc. (SAGE)

132947657

$5,000

DFTA

Aging Aging

Gennaro Halloran

Services Now for Adult Persons (SNAP), Inc. Services Now for Adult Persons (SNAP), Inc.

112591783 112591783

$5,000 $4,750

DFTA DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging

Sanders Weprin

Services Now for Adult Persons (SNAP), Inc. Services Now for Adult Persons (SNAP), Inc.

112591783 112591783

$10,000 $62,750

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Nelson

Shorefront Jewish Community Council, Inc.

112986161

$12,000

DFTA

Aging

Koo

South Asian Council for Social Services

113632920

$7,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Ulrich Reyna Ferreras

Southeast Queens Multiservice Senior Citizens Center, Inc. Southside United Housing Development Fund Corp. Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES

237287548 112268359 112730462 *

$30,000 $18,750 $15,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

Funds will be used to support daily programming, transportation costs, cost of consultants to enhance programming, such as disease prevention,music appreciation, arts and crafts, foreign languages and healthy exercising activities. Funds will be used to support the Transportation program, staffing expenses and programming costs for the SNAP Senior Center of Eastern Queens and Brookville Senior Center. SJCC provides comprehensive case management services, by experienced, multi-lingual case workers and social workers and aided by our Computerized Benefits Check Up Program. Our case workers aid clients in obtaining benefits such as Medicaid, Medicare, HEAP, SCRIE, Emergency home repairs, legal assistance, food stamps and translation services among many other services. To provide support to seniors in addressing their physical and mental health concerns. Funds will be used for the South Asian Mental Health Network for Seniors (SAMHNS) and to conduct presentations with seniors and their caregivers in local senior centers. Funding will be used for Kosher food, staffing and rent. We rent significant space in the Rockwood Park Jewish Center. The majority of this funding would be used to offset our rental expenses so that we can devote more DFTA funding to food and office expenses. To support the Senior Wellness Program which provides wellness activities such as Laughter Yoga, Aerobics, Elder Circle, Painting, Music, computer classes, trips to museums etc. The funds will be used to support the Raices Corona Senior Center's various programs to including computer classes, citizenship classes, English as a second language, and various cultural, educational, recreational activities and congregate meals to older adults. To support the Red Hook Senior Center ponsored by the Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES for senior services ( to fund various programs to include computer classes, citizenship classes, English as a second language, and various cultural, educational, recreational activities and congregate meals to older adults. To support the Raices Times Plaza Senior Center sponsored by the Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES for senior services ( to fund various programs to include computer classes, citizenship classes, English as a second language, and various cultural, educational, recreational activities and congregate meals to older adults. To support the Wyckoff Gardens Senior Center and Gowanus Houses Senior Center sponsored by the Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES for senior services ( to fund various programs to include computer classes, citizenship classes, English as a second language, and various cultural, educational, recreational activities and congregate meals to older adults. To support the Raices Astoria Senior Center to fund various programs to include citizenship classes, English as a second language, and various cultural, educational, recreational activities and congregate meals to older adults. We are a not-for-profit senior citizen home; our Recreation/Activity Program will be enriched by this grant because we need new patio furniture for our large backyard. Funds will support our Enriching Our Elders Program: for use with outings, seminars and support of the group's Annual College Fair for youth and young adults. To provide cultural and recreational activities for seniors. Funds will help to provide office supplies when needed and postage. The funding will cover the costs for the catered meals, refreshments and trips for seniors. To support annual expenses(rent), holiday and birthday parties, transportation for planned trips in the NYC area for seniors. To provide senior citizens with a full daily luncheon, field trips, educational, social, cultural, and recreational programs. To provide St. Francis Colleges For Seniors program. Funds will be used to support the following year-long menu of free activities that are designed to address the interests and needs of senior citizens. To support annual expenses(rent), holiday and birthday parties, transportation for planned trips in the NYC area for seniors. The specific programming/services requested funds will be used to faciliate all of daily services to the elderly in the community. Funds to support senior programming and events including Christmas Party, St. Pattys Day Party and Spring luncheon for all seniors. To support the NY State Senior Olympics at Cortlandt College. We also provide a picnic for seniors and we publish a newsletter and maintain a bulletin board to inform seniors about all activities available. We povide many healthy aging activities like fitness,meditation ,massage therapy, health cooking and nutritional information. Funds would help us pay for consultants and classes as well as any supplys needed. Funds will provide refreshments, enterainment, monthly lunches, two parties annually, games, books , newsletter, and excercise tapes for seniors. Refreshments, enterainment, monthly lunches, two annual parties, games, books, newsletter, and excercise tapes. The St. Luke Golden Age Club is a club for senior citizens in which the members socialize, play cards, have special holiday parties, go on bus trips, etc. The requested funds will be uses to maintain appropriate personnel, to provide food, to assist in the seniors full potential through health educational, physical activity, mental stimulation, educational and informational resources. also recreational activities, ( dance, arts and craft, music, drama, etc.) Social activities, (field trips, special celebration,etc.) The Organization strives to bring Seniors together for fun and socialization. Funding will provide luncheon parties, a trip to Pomona for barbecue and a dinner show for the senior members.

Aging

Gonzalez

Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES

112730462

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Levin

Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES

112730462

$6,500

DFTA

Aging

Levin

Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES

112730462

$8,500

DFTA

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Vallone Gentile Comrie Halloran Greenfield Ulrich Gennaro Levin Ulrich Eugene Dromm Vann

Spanish Speaking Elderly Council-RAICES St Nicholas Home Inc. St. Albans Congregational Church St. Andrew's Friendship Club St. Athanasius Golden Age Club St. Camillus Golden Age Club St. Demetrios Senior Center St. Francis College St. Francis de Salles St. Gabriel's Episcopal Church St. Joan of Arc St. John's Recreation Center

112730462 116263923 112077266 111635086 111639837 111674392 111666817 111635105 111631813 112463892 111675278 010871740

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$10,000 $3,500 $15,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

* * * *

$3,500 $15,250 $5,000 $6,000 $10,000

* *

$5,000 $18,000 $3,500 $5,000

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Lander Halloran Koo Halloran

St. John-St. Matthew Emanuel Lutheran Church St. Kevin's Senior Club St. Kevin's Senior Club St. Luke's Roman Catholic Church

112252582 111666886 111666886 111954969

* * * *

$3,500 $3,500 $3,500 $3,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Eugene

St. Mark's United Methodist Church

111642727

$19,750

DFTA

Aging

Halloran

St. Mel's Athletic Association

111646313

$3,500

DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging

Gennaro Reyna

St. Nicholas of Tolentine St. Nick's Alliance Corporation

111714878 510192170

* *

$3,500 $15,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Gentile

St. Rosalia-Regina Pacis Neighborhood Improvement Association, Inc.

112697931

$81,750

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Ulrich Ulrich Garodnick Lappin Oddo Ignizio Oddo Oddo Oddo Rose Brewer Gonzalez

St. Rose of Lima Golden Age Club St. Virgilius Golden Age Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. Staten Island Center for Independent Living, Inc. Staten Island Community Services Friendship Clubs, Inc. Staten Island Community Services Friendship Clubs, Inc. Staten Island Community Services Friendship Clubs, Inc. Staten Island Inter-Agency Council for the Aging, Inc. Staten Island Inter-Agency Council for the Aging, Inc. Stratford Arms Meal Program Sunset Bay Community Services, Inc.

111635114 111672796 132572034 132572034 133266398 132778244 132778244 132778244 132986994 132986994 900140023 112439925

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$5,000 $5,000 $30,000 $15,000 $7,000 $48,250 $12,500 $10,250

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Helping Seniors who live in the parish and in our neighborhood; they are provided with food, refreshments and occasionally special luncheons. Cooper Park Houses - The funding will support recreational, cultural and educational activities for Seniors of Cooper Park Houses (NYCHA). Funding will support NIA, which offers assistance, referrals, and informational services, and sponsors special events/social gatherings that include senior proms and senior picnics. Also, funding will support NIA staff visits to senior centers per schedule to support and enhance their activities assisting with social fitness activities, offers healthy refreshments/lunch, and distributes informational materials that address relevant issues and promote healthy living. To support annual expenses(rent), holiday and birthday parties, transportation for planned trips in the NYC area for seniors. To support annual expenses(rent), holiday and birthday parties, transportation for planned trips in the NYC area for seniors. Funding will support the Stanley Isaacs Senior Center meal, education, social and health and wellness programs. Funds will support the Stanley Isaacs Senior Center for cafe and for meal on Saturday to keep Senior Center for lunch. This program provides Transportation for our after school, computer training courses, recreational pool program and support groups for individuals with disabilities. This includes driver salary, insurance for van, van maintenance and gasoline. Funds will be used for recreation, educational supplies, transportation, health promotion programs literature. Funds will be used for recreation, educational supplies, transportation, health promotion programs literature. Funds will be used for recreation, educational supplies, transportation, health promotion programs literature. Funding will help toward the Housing, Healthcare, Transportaton etc. for the benefit of the services general public including seniors. Funding will help toward the Housing, Healthcare, Transportaton etc. for the benefit of the services general public including seniors. Funds are for the costs of the hot meal program and to defray salary costs. Funding will provide Transportation- for our Harbor Hill seniors to come to SP twice a week to get a hot, nutritious meal and to participate in some activities. Also funds will be used for My Senior Center software maintence costs and Seniors can choose activities at the Center more efficiently and are in better control of their time spent at the Center. Residents of Sunset Gardens will participate in arts activities and cultural celebrations as a group. The residents will discover their creative talents, express feelings through art and music, build self-esteem and make meaningful connections with their peers. To support the senior transportation program. The goal is to serve meals to the senior citizens in the community. Funds will promote an appropriate level of independence for senior citizens and to prevent isolation, loneliness and a lack of purpse. Funds will be used to pay their meals, activities general fees, utilities and printing expenses and the miscellaneous fees associated with the scheduled events and programming. Funds will be used to offset costs of purchasing food items for the food packages that are distributed to low income seniors. To help purchase food items which is delivered to hundreds of seniors. To continue to offer an array of wellness activities to East Harlem seniors, enhancing physical fitness, diminishing social isolation, improving mental health and increasing quality of life, including: Art Therapy, Stress Management Therapy; Movement Therapy; Wellness Trips; and Special Events, such as our annual Volunteer Recognition Celebration. The funding will be used to initiate and enhance Health and wellness programs to strenghthen the elderly mentally and physical being. To support a Senior Service Program which includes paying for the senior center space rental cost and its direct social services expenses. Services provided include: 1) educational classes of - ESL, naturalization crime prevention, Tai Chi; 2) direct services' translation; 3) recreation and social gathering, Cantonese Folk Opera; 4) hot meals. Funding will be used to provide recreational programs at the UJC Adult Luncheon Club. Funding will be used to furnish hot nutritious lunches to older adults, recreational and educational programming, and social services such as access to benefits. The UJO will assist in counseling, homecare, food, socialization, outreach, education, assistance with pharmacy prescriptions, as well as HEAP and heating benefits by bring services into the seniors homes. Housekeeping and other assistance programs will also be initiated. The UJO will assist in counseling, homecare, food, socialization, outreach, education, assistance with pharmacy prescriptions, as well as HEAP and heating benefits by bring services into the seniors homes. Housekeeping and other assistance programs will also be initiated. USIVO runs the annual Memorial Day Parade and also holds an annual Military Ball, An Evening to Honor. USIVO also runs an annual Dinner to honor the Wounded Warrior Project. Funding is needed to accomplish all these goals Services and activities for seniors To support University Settlement 's extensive network of programs for older adults. University Settlement provides nutritious meals, on-site case assistance, fitness opportunities, health screenings, art classes, and a variety of recreational activities.

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$5,000 $10,000 $4,000 $15,000

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Gonzalez Gentile Williams Koo Lander Gennaro Viverito

Sunset Gardens Housing Development Fund Corp Sunset Park Health Council, Inc. Tabernacle Of The Holy God Inchrist Inc. Taiwan Center, Inc. Tomche Shabbos of Boro Park and Flatbush, Inc. Tomchei Shabbos of Queens (TSQ), Inc. Union Settlement Association, Inc.

203461755 202508411 205660647 112857501 113518348 112693305 131632530

* * *

$5,000 $3,000 $3,500 $13,000 $7,500

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

* *

$7,500 $17,000

Aging

Jackson

United Block Association, Inc.

132548904

$9,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Greenfield Chin Mendez James

United Chinese Association of Brooklyn United Jewish Council of the East Side, Inc. United Jewish Council of the East Side, Inc. United Jewish Organizations (UJO) of Williamsburg

371469112 132735378 132735378 112728233

$20,000 $8,000 $23,000 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Levin

United Jewish Organizations (UJO) of Williamsburg

112728233

$7,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Ignizio Barron Chin

United Staten Island Veterans Organization, Inc. Unity Plaza Long Island Baptist Senior Club University Settlement Society of New York

133906171 113556789 135562374

$4,500 $8,000 $8,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

AGING

Aging Aging

Gentile Chin

Vietnam Veterans of America, Inc. - Brooklyn Chapter #72 VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired

112732834 131624210

$1,000 $3,500

DFTA DFTA

Funds to offset general operating expenses for senior programming. To provide vital services for blind/visually impaired seniors. This funding will help to offset the costs of outreach and access to rehabilitation and mobility training, adapted technology and social programs. To provide vital services for blind/visually impaired seniors. This funding will help to offset the costs of outreach and access to rehabilitation and mobility training, adapted technology and social programs. VISIONS is requesting member item funding to provide vital services for blind/visually impaired seniors residing in District 45. To supports the VISIONS Multilingual Education and Outreach Programs which provides public education on eye disease and blindness prevention to seniors, healthcare professionals. Also, funds will go towards the VISIONS Center on Aging that provides hot meals and array of health and social services. VISIONS is requesting member item funding to provide vital services for blind/visually impaired seniors residing in District 10. To provide services which include needs assessment, health advocacy, escorts to medical appointments, and help with shopping and errands. Funding will support outreach and assistance services to help elderly residents of the East Side remain independent. Fund will provide services which include needs assessment, referrals to needed services, health advocacy, escorts to medical appointments, help with shopping and errands, visits to relieve isolation and loneliness and remembrance of special occasions. Funding will help seniors stay independent and part of their community by providing vital support services. Services include needs assessment, referrals, health advocacy, escorts to medical appointments, help with shopping and errands, visits to relieve isolation and loneliness and remembrance of special occasions. To provide services which include needs assessment, health advocacy, escorts to medical appointments, and help with shopping and errands. Funds are for the production of Vocal Eases live, on-site performances for senior citizens at hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers and senior residences. Funds will be used to defray salary costs of the director. Funding will support the operating costs of Vocal Ease's program, which provides volunteer musical performances for seniors at hospitals, nursing homes and senior centers. Funds are for the production of Vocal Eases live, on-site performances for senior citizens at hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers and senior residences. Funds will be used to defray salary costs of the director. Funds are for the production of Vocal Eases live, on-site performances for senior citizens at hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers and senior residences. Funds will be used to defray salary costs of the director. Funding will support the operating costs of Vocal Ease's program, which provides volunteer musical performances for seniors at hospitals, nursing homes and senior centers. Funding will provide consultants in support of our Health Promotion, Education and Recreational offerings, an instructor for a computer lab, and dance classes for our seniors. Funding will provide consultants in support of our Health Promotion, Education and Recreational offerings, an instructor for a computer lab, and dance classes for our seniors. To fund a food subsidy program includes a food pantry, the delivery of weekend meals to homebound seniors, a hot meal during our program for seniors with dementia, and assistance applying for food stamps. Funds to supplement operational expenses for the Rosetta Gaston Senior Program. Funds to supplement operational expenses for the Boulevard Houses Senior Program. Funds to supplement operational expenses for the Spring Creek Gardens Senior Program. Funds will supplement operational expenses for several community senior center and provide a home delivered meals program and a senior transportation program to transport elderly persons from home to entitlement agencies. The funds will be used to conduct educational forums and workshops, training and provide social services that enable elderly individuals to maintain their independence and remains at home in the community. Funds will be used for personnel, consultants, transportaiton, communications, refreshments, supplies, and other expenses related to the services. The funds will be used to conduct educational forums and workshops, training and provide social services that enable elderly individuals to maintain their independence and remains at home in the community. Funds will be used for personnel, consultants, transportaiton, communications, refreshments, supplies, and other expenses related to the services. The funds will be used to conduct educational forums and workshops, training and provide social services that enable elderly individuals to maintain their independence and remains at home in the community. Funds will be used for personnel, consultants, transportaiton, communications, refreshments, supplies, and other expenses related to the services. The funds will be used to conduct educational forums and workshops, training and provide social services that enable elderly individuals to maintain their independence and remains at home in the community. Funds will be used for personnel, consultants, transportaiton, communications, refreshments, supplies, and other expenses related to the services.

Aging Aging

Mendez Williams

VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired

131624210 131624210

$3,500 $5,000

DFTA DFTA

Aging

Viverito

VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired

131624210

$5,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Rodriguez Chin Garodnick Koslowitz

VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired Visiting Neighbors, Inc. Visiting Neighbors, Inc. Visiting Neighbors, Inc.

131624210 237379098 237379098 237379098

$4,000 $5,000 $3,500 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Mendez

Visiting Neighbors, Inc.

237379098

$3,500

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Quinn Brewer Garodnick Jackson

Visiting Neighbors, Inc. Vocal Ease, Inc. Vocal Ease, Inc. Vocal Ease, Inc.

237379098 371469320 371469320 371469320 * * *

$10,000 $4,750 $3,500 $3,962

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Mendez Quinn Jackson Rodriguez Jackson Barron Barron Barron Vann

Vocal Ease, Inc. Vocal Ease, Inc. Washington Heights Community Services, Inc. Washington Heights Community Services, Inc.

371469320 371469320 132792876 132792876

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$3,500 $3,000 $4,000 $10,000 $7,000 $12,000 $8,000 $8,000 $4,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Washington Heights-Inwood Preservation and Restoration Corporation 132944830 Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. 113528680 113528680 113528680 113528680

Aging

Mealy

Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. (WORD)

113528680

$16,156

DFTA

Aging

Mealy

Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. (WORD)

113528680

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Mealy

Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. (WORD)

113528680

$10,000

DFTA

Aging

Mealy

Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. (WORD)

113528680

$17,594

DFTA

AGING

Aging

Mealy

Wayside Out-Reach Development, Inc. (WORD)

113528680

$10,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging

Brewer Jackson Van Bramer

West Side Inter-Agency Council for the Aging, Inc. Wilson Major Morris Community Center, Inc. Woodside on the Move, Inc.

237058841 133273604 112435565 * *

$3,500 $11,225 $10,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA

The funds will be used to conduct educational forums and workshops, training and provide social services that enable elderly individuals to maintain their independence and remains at home in the community. Funds will be used for personnel, consultants, transportaiton, communications, refreshments, supplies, and other expenses related to the services. To provide a meetings for important exchanges of information, resources and efforts made to deliver quality services to seniors. To provide a senior lunch program and funds will be used to supplement our expenses and van insurance which is used for senior citizen transport, trips and shopping. The purpose of the project is to augment and enhance our existing housing assistance program to seniors and landlords in the Queens Community Board 2 area. Funding will cover staffing costs and program expenses. To provide quality and caring services to the elderly who live in the communities of Forest Hills and Rego Park. Funds will help offset the expense of Rent, Utilities, Other Occupancy, Communications, Printing/Supplies Consultants. Funds will support the Womens League. Funds will help defray some of the expenses for food lectures, luncheons, trips, classes and visits to the ill and homebound. Funding will be used to help support the aforementioned programming such as our educational classes in Computer Technology and Arts Crafts. To offset costs of programming and transportation of seniors. This funding will help fund health and wellness classes and various recreational programs. Also we have a van that picks of seniors to bring them to and from the program. This funding will help offset the high costs of gas, insurance and maintence. funds to provide daily transportation to the Senior Center and for direct social services not covered in the DFTA grant. The Senior Center and programs for Holocaust Survivors are in need of funds to increase their services in transportation additional meals to enable the frail elderly to remain in the community and avoid institutionalization. Funding will support and sustain the provision of an enriched array of educational, social and health/wellness services offered at our Center for Adults Living Well, one of eight sites selected by NYC DFTA to operate as an Innovative Senior Center. Enhanced program activities for a broader age span of older adults offered free of charge include: active exercise classes; computer lab, Brainercise, Trilingual (Russian/Spanish/English) discussion groups and Art and opera appreciation classes. To support the Bronx YMCA/ Glebe Senior Center. Funds will be used to cover expenses related to operating the senior programs at Glebe including: social and recreational activities, exercise classes, arts and crafts and food service. To support the Bedford-Stuyvesant YMCAs older adults and their continued participation in the Empire State Senior Games. Funds will be used to support the ongoing Senior Activities (Exercise) Program. Funding will support a senior exercise program.

Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging Aging

Koslowitz Gennaro Gennaro Sanders Nelson Greenfield Lander

Young Israel of Forest Hills Young Israel of Queens Valley Young Israel Of Queens Valley Senior League Young Israel of Wavecrest and Bayswater Young Israel Senior Services Inc. Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association of Boro Park, Inc. Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association of Boro Park, Inc.

112582218 112267876 133613262 112342565 134136312 111630917 111630917

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$42,400 $5,000 $10,000 $3,500 $5,000 $14,000 $5,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

Aging

Rodriguez

Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association of Washington Heights and Inwood

131635308

$9,000

DFTA

Aging Aging Aging Aging

Palma Vann Williams Levin

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Women's Christian Association of Brooklyn

131624228 131624228 131624228 111630919

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$13,000 $5,000 $10,000 $9,000

DFTA DFTA DFTA DFTA

(Seabrook **) - Allocation was made by the Chair of the Bronx Delegation in consultation with the Speaker's Office. (Wills **) - Allocation was made by the Chair of the Queens Delegation in consultation with the Speaker's Office.

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Source

Sponsor

Council Member

Legal Name of Organization

EIN

Amount ($)

Agency

Purpose of Funds

Fiscal Conduit Name

FC EIN

Youth Youth

Levin Gentile

5 Boros Basketball, Inc. 62nd Precinct Community Council, Inc.

272623043 112957305

$3,500 $2,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

To support the Boros Youth Basketball League to keep the cost as low as possible for our players. Provide youth of community with programs to foster closer relationships with the local 62nd Precinct Police department and Bensonhurst. Funding offsets costs of childrens activities, food, beverage, and other supplies. Provide youth of community with programs to foster closer relationships with the local 68th Precinct Police department and Bensonhurst. Funding offsets costs of childrens activities, food, beverage, and other supplies. St Rosalia-Regina Pacis Neighborhood Improvement Association Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification Preservation Alliance Inc 112697931

Youth

Gentile

68th Precinct Community Council

203970147

$2,000

DYCD-Y

113233233

Youth

Gentile

68th Precinct Youth Council, Inc.

112478910

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mealy

71st Precinct Community Council, Inc.

043784543

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gennaro

75th Avenue Playground Volunteer Group, Inc.

113243561

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

78th Precinct Youth Council, Inc.

112947101

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Levin Dromm Ferreras Garodnick Comrie Reyna Dromm Ferreras Dickens Foster Reyna Chin Viverito Quinn Jackson Mendez Dickens Rose

78th Precinct Youth Council, Inc. 82nd Street Academics 82nd Street Academics 92nd Street Y (Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association) 103rd Precinct Community Council 104th Precinct Law Explorers 110th Precinct Community Council, Inc. 110th Precinct Community Council, Inc. 142nd Street Block Association, Inc. 1332 Fulton Avenue Day Care Center, Inc. 83rd Precinct Youth Council A Place for Kids, Inc. Abraham House, Inc. Abundant Waters, Inc. Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. African Diaspora Film Festival African Refuge, Inc.

112947101 200788352 200788352 131624229 205484666 331058210 432025653 432025653 753252444 132690309 263865791 133624631 133721924 133706659 112247307 112247307 743058513 010873188 * * * * * * * * * * * *

$8,000 $25,000 $5,000 $3,500 $6,000 $2,000 $3,500 $3,500 $4,000 $33,500 $5,000 $4,000 $10,000 $4,000 $4,214 $3,500 $4,000 $6,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

The 68th Precinct Youth Council, Inc. provides recreational baseball, outdoor soccer, and indoor soccer sports Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification programs to the community represented by the 68th Precinct of the New York City Police Department and Preservation Alliance Inc surrounding neighborhoods. Funding will help provide the Family Day Picnic,National Night Out Against Crime, Halloween Safe Path Walk, the Holiday Party and presenting toys to community youths.Funding will help offfset the costs of supplies and expenses associated with these programs. The Group will be working with students and faculty of three schools in the community with the creation of a curriculum that supports learning how to do scientific archival research. Funds will be used to provide transportation, refreshments at workshops and meetings, the purchase of office supplies and materials necessary for producing a culmination event in the spring of 2013. To promote health and community by providing sports programs for the youths of Brooklyn. Funds will support an indoor gymnasium for our basketball and baseball programs. We will use the funds to pay the local public schools rental fees to use their gymnasiums. To promote health and community by providing sports programs for the youths of Brooklyn. Funds will support an indoor gymnasium for our basketball and baseball programs. We will use the funds to pay the local public schools rental fees to use their gymnasiums. Funds to be used for the maintenance and expansion of the After School program at Renaissance Charter School. We request funds for a special test prep program that will prepare students for a standardized exam such as the SAT or CUNY Entrance Exam. Funding will support the 92nd Street Y's literacy, arts, science, recreational and civics programs for low-income families and youth. To provide youth sports and various crime prevention activities for city youth. Funds will be used to offset costs of required uniforms /or T-shirts for the program. The funding will be used for admissions for the trips the explorers will go on as well as supplies and other cost such as refreshments. To support youth centered programming designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness in youth. The funds will be designed for heighten crime and drugs prevention awareness in youth, and generate support and participation in local anticrime programs such as the Night Out against Crime for youth in CD21. To fund the Youth Workforce Fair which is a one-day event designed to acclimate local area at-risk youth to the hard and soft skill sets required to achieve in todays job market. The program will provide afterschool services to low income youth. We will provide educational, cultural and recreational services in out of school hours and days. To fund youth enrichment programs, educational field trips, commuity beautification and youth forums with guest speakers. Funds will help supplement salary costs for the after school program for children. Funds will be used for general operating support of the After School Program that runs 47 weeks out of the year. To support Abundant Waters is an after-school program that assists with the hiring of a learning specialist. To support the Jill Chaifetz Education Helpline which assists parents who are trying to help their children succeed in school. To support the Jill Chaifetz Education Helpline which assists parents who are trying to help their children succeed in school. To fund a festival section targeted specifically towards young people whereby elementary, intermediate and high school students can attend screenings during NYC ADFF free of charge. Funds are used to subsidize the cost of the tickets for students and their teachers. Funding requested will support our After-school program in which youth in the program receive Homework Help. Funding will assist in the development and enhancement of our annual summer camp which caters to approximately 75 children within our community. The funding will also assist in sponsoring our yearly summer trips for our children and youth, and to further established an ongoing after school program. The funds will be used to expand the LGBT services provided for the Youth programs. To provide a program which specifically targets youth 18 years and younger. The program will include traditional African dance, African music, and African storytelling. Funding for the YU Heights Initiative, an umbrella program that promotes student involvement in the Washington Heights. Funding for the next year will allow the Heights Initiative to run its many programs and facilitate student volunteering for and partnering with businesses, schools, and organizations. The funding will be allocated to the Heights Initiative and dispersed to the programs according to each programs need. The Center teaches children annually in our unique and hands-on environmental education programs. We require the funding to keep the Center open free to the public seven days a week, year round(excluding holidays) as well as to keep the charges for our programs at an affordable level. Youth programs will be afterschool hours only. Funds to provide youth with special training in all aspects of music and production, additional tutoring in computer lab, and to secure the services of two paid Studio Engineers to facilitate and supervise all activities. Funding will help support AileyCamp New York which offers underserved youth classes in: Dance Techniques; Music Percussion; Personal Development; and Creative Communications.

113233233

Youth Youth Youth

Sanders Dromm Wills **

Agape Community Services Corporation AIDS Center of Queens County, Inc. Aims Of Modzawe Inc.

311785007 112837894 112207752 *

$3,500 $3,500 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Rodriguez

Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University

131624225

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Weprin

Alley Pond Environmental Center, Inc.

112405466

$25,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Barron Jackson

Alpha School Center for Progressive Living, Inc. Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, Inc.

113631144 132584273

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$10,000 $10,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Levin

American Documentary Inc., The

133447752

$3,500

DYCD-Y

AmDoc seeks funding to deepen its audience engagement work on a local level through two primary activities:Paid Internships and Community Partnerships. AmDoc will convene a braintrust with representatives from a broad cross-section of Brooklyn-based schools and youth serving organizations to discuss how best to integrate POV films and resources into their curricula and programs and develop an overall strategy for outreach and engagement. To conduct a 12-week after-school animation course for school students at IS 318K. The Museum will use a combination of critical viewing, group projects, and workshops related to visual storytelling and narrative structure. Funding will be used to pay instructor and educator salaries and purchase supplies, as well as for transportation of staff and equipment between the Museum and the school. We have special holiday parties for the students and outings such as bowling, movies, and ice skating. Funding will help general operating expenses. Funding will support the museum's programs that link its cultural resources with social studies, English, science and art classes in public schools through connecting artist educators with classroom teachers and students. Funds will help to support the Summer Exposure Program(SEP)for young people and they will be used to offset staffing and material expenses. We Will Use The Funding To Purchase Baseballs, Bats, Equipment, Uniforms And Supplies To Maintain The Baseball Fields Funds to support youth baseball instruction and will be used to purchase baseballs, bats, equipment, uniforms and supplies to maintain the baseball fields. To support our court advocacy and intensive crime prevention programs for youthful offenders and at-risk youths from the Lower East Side and in East Harlem. To provide AFC educational programs which reach out to NYC students and teachers through in-school programs, on-site programs and professional development. Funding will go towards running the after school program for childrens which provides a safe and educational environment for children. Funding will purchase supplies for educational programs, including office supplies; and cover part of related salary costs for the Youth Program Manager and Adult Education Coordinator for the the Arab American Family Education Initiative (AAFEI) which promotes independence, productivity and stability by supporting Arab American families. Funds will be used to implement school based substance abuse prevention services to youth , parents and school staff. Services will include prevention education, providing group counseling for high risk youth and adults awareness programs for parents and teachers.The funds will defry the cost of a counselor assigned to a school site and the purchasing of curriculum materials. To fund our regular classes, camps and workshops which are funded also through tution and scholarships. More funding will allow for more scholarships to those who cannot afford to attend. Funds will be used to provide operating support, which will enable artists of all ages and levels to develop their talents. Funds will enable Art Lab to continue to give classes and workshops in the fine and applied arts to preschoolers, children, teens, and adults, both beginners and advanced. To fund our regular classes, camps and workshops which are funded also through tution and scholarships. More funding will allow for more scholarships to those who cannot afford to attend. Funds will be used to provide operating support, which will enable artists of all ages and levels to develop their talents. Funds will enable Art Lab to continue to give classes and workshops in the fine and applied arts to preschoolers, children, teens, and adults, both beginners and advanced. Funding will provide an after-school music program: Professional artists conduct music workshops for children of all ages. Weekly instruction at Campos Plaza Community Center will include lessons in percussion, voice, recorders and professional instruments as they become available. Funds would be used to pay the teachers and lecturers, purchase of instruments, and performance costs. The funds we receive will be used for salary, fringe benefits, insurance, space rental and printing for our Afterschool Fine Arts Program. The Youth Leadership Program will launch with a retreat and work on an action research project focused on improving college readiness in schools. CACF is requesting funding for our college and career readiness program an ongoing campaign focused to promote college and career readiness among immigrant students and English Language Learners (ELLs). CACF is requesting funding for our college and career readiness program an ongoing campaign focused to promote college and career readiness among immigrant students and English Language Learners (ELLs). The program funded will provide Math and ELA Test Preparation Classes and Basketball Instruction to students. The funds requested will help supplement the costs of staffing the program and material expenses. To support a one-on-one mentoring program that connects youth city-wide with successful adult mentors. Funds will help staffing expenses and activity expenses. Funding will support The Youth Leadership Program and will focus on team-building and college readiness. Funds to be used to offset costs of programming including: Exercise, Basketball skills clinic, Basketball League, tournaments, parties, movies Basketball Luncheon. Funding will provide a youth services program includes a therapeutic after-school and summer day camp, teen support groups, job-readiness program, weekend recreational activities, and mentoring for children. Requested funds will be used to support youth services program staff, all of whom are crucial to the programs continued success. Funding will provide a youth services program includes a therapeutic after-school and summer day camp, teen support groups, job-readiness program, weekend recreational activities, and mentoring for children. Requested funds will be used to support youth services program staff, all of whom are crucial to the programs continued success. ASU of NY will provide referral/support services, presentations to enhance cultural awareness of ethnic groups, provide cultural programs, support soccer tournaments for the youth and informational forums for the youth.

Youth

Levin

American Museum of the Moving Image

112730714

$8,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Vallone Garodnick Wills ** Nelson Fidler Mendez Chin Rivera

American Wu Shu Society Amigos del Museo del Barrio Amity Baptist Church Amity Little League, Inc. Amity Little League, Inc. Andrew Glover Youth Program, Inc. Anne Frank Center USA, Inc., The Aquinas Housing Corporation

010722399 237156720 112014196 112705385 112705385 133267496 132991719 133076810 * * *

$5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $4,000 $5,000 $7,500 $4,000 $24,000

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Youth

Gentile

Arab American Association of New York, Inc.

113604756

$5,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ignizio

Archdiocese Drug Abuse Prevention Program

132765085

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ignizio

Art Lab, Inc. - The Art School at Snug Harbor

132977495

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Rose

Art Lab, Inc. - The Art School at Snug Harbor

132977495

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Arts for Art, Inc.

133991848

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Brewer Halloran Koo

Arts in Action, Inc. Asian American Coalition for Children and Families, Inc. Asian American Coalition for Children and Families, Inc.

562322737 133682471 133682471

* * *

$3,500 $4,000 $8,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Weprin

Asian American Coalition for Children and Families, Inc.

133682471

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Chin Chin Chin Barron

Asian Professional Extension, Inc. Asian Professional Extension, Inc. Asian-American Coalition for Children and Families Inc. Association of Informed Voices, Inc.

133650718 133650718 133682471 113595142

* * *

$4,000 $3,500 $7,000 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Lappin

Association to Benefit Children, Inc.

133303089

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Viverito

Association to Benefit Children, Inc.

133303089

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gentile

Associazioni Siciliane Unite de New York, Inc.

113416416

$5,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth Youth Youth

Vallone Comrie Weprin

Astoria Performing Arts Center, Inc. Atled, Inc. Auburndale Soccer Club, Inc.

651209580 133550709 112476178 *

$15,000 $6,000 $7,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Greenfield

Auditory/Oral School of New York, The

061531077

$1,891

DYCD-Y

Youth

Nelson

Auditory/Oral School of New York, The

061531077

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Viverito

Bailey House, Inc.

133165181

$4,714

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Greenfield Chin Dickens Dickens Sanders Chin Gentile

Bais Yaakov Faigeh Schonberger of Adas Yereim Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc. Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc. Bank Street College of Education Battalion Pentecostal Assembly, Inc. Battery Conservancy, Inc. Bay Ridge Community Council Inc

203295496 131882106 131882106 135562167 364391337 133769101 112602994 * * * * *

$10,000 $3,500 $4,000 $6,214 $5,000 $5,000 $2,000

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To offer a free summer performance program for children between the ages of 8-13 who are residents of Queens. To support the Teen Lift program which helps high school students with career development, college awareness and leadership training. To provide intramural soccer, travel, special needs programs for children ranging in ages from 3-18. Funds will be used to instruct and develop skills, sportsmanship and social goals. To introduce an innovative art and technology program to our students in order to enhance and hone their thinking, creativity and communication aptitude in a more effective manner. The technology program will provide training for our teachers to help them create individual class websites to enhance the communication between our faculty and parent To introduce an innovative art and technology program to our students .AOSNY's goals for this art program through the first three years are to provide our students with a variety of channels and instruments through which they can cultivate sharing, teamwork, thinking, listening and language abilities. The technology program will provide training for our teachers to help them create individual class websites to enhance the communication between our faculty and parents. For the Family Support Program (FSP) at Schafer Hall in East Harlem a permanent supportive housing program benefitting 30 familes and their children impacted by HIV/AIDS. Proposed funding will support year-round recreational activities involving the entire family, including youth-oriented activities during the summer months. To support the summer program which include: Services for children grades Nursery thru , Providing care for children of working parents and Student Youth Employment opportunities. To support the ABT at School program, which introduces public school students to the arts and dance. Funds will support the ABT at School program, which introduces public school students in grades 2 to 5 to the arts and dance. To support Liberty LEADS STEM programming which includes a 4-week Science in the City summer program for 6th graders. Funds will used for supply and staffing expenses as well as field trip costs. Funds to support the Youth Program and will be used for training, educational trips, snacks, materials, equipment and other operational cost. To provide The Urban Farm at the Battery and recreational program serving students of all ages. Funds will be used to pay for the BRCC Annual Halloween Art Window Painting Contest for the purchase of paints, ribbons and awards. This is an event for school age children in grades 5-8. It is open to all Catholic, Private and Public School children. Every child recives an award for participating. The funds will be used to buy and maintain equipment and help defray the administrative costs of the program so the children can play baseball in a positive low cost environment. The Be Proud Foundation hosting numerous events for YOUTH, such as Appreciation Luncheon For The Police And Fire Department, Toys For Tots, Your Highness Grandmother, Passover Food Distribution, The Russian Culture and Heritage Day and etc. To support a teen job readiness program through its Foot Soldiers Services. We are requesting funds to support the summer debate and leadership training programs. We are requesting funds to support the summer debate and leadership training programs. This funding will continue to enhance our valuable youth & family services including comprehensive afterschool programming at four local elementary schools. The funds will be used for staff, curriculum development, trips, and equipment for programming. The funding will allow us to continue to provide quality programming including recreational activities such as youth fitness and sports; social activities including evening teen centers, leadership and neighborhood beautification programs; educational activities in after-school centers and programs. To fund the Circus For All is an access-to-the-arts program that will provide free, subsidized, and discounted performance tickets to eligible youth and school groups. To provide free, subsidized, and discounted performance tickets to eligible youth and school groups. To support the Clown Care program. Clown doctors, who are trained in specific hygienic practices and protocols, related to interacting with hospitalized children in inpatient wards, intensive care units, emergency rooms, and in physical therapy, bone marrow transplant, pediatric AIDS, and outpatient clinics. To support the Clown Care program. Clown doctors, who are trained in specific hygienic practices and protocols, related to interacting with hospitalized children in inpatient wards, intensive care units, emergency rooms, and in physical therapy, bone marrow transplant, pediatric AIDS, and outpatient clinics. To fund the Circus For All is an access-to-the-arts program that will provide free, subsidized, and discounted performance tickets to eligible youth and school groups. Funds will help youth to attend Tuesday and Saturday soccer 8-week soccer sessions in the Fall, Winter or Spring and 3-week session in the summer. And pays for fliers distributed in local schools letting families know scholarships are available. Funds pay for coaches, who have extensive soccer experience and licenses to teach and/or we pay for licensing. Funds will allow us to provide mentoring services to NYC youth. Funds will allow us to provide mentoring services to NYC youth. Funding will support mentoring services for New York City youth. Funds will allow us to provide mentoring services to NYC youth. Funds will allow us to provide mentoring services to NYC youth. Funds will be utilized for our free soccer clinic for young players and to assist in offsetting costs for those children wanting to continue in travel programs but cannot afford the costs. The funds will be used to help fund our main program: Support, Service and Success, which helps our student/athletes to enter, earn scholarships and successfully complete high school and college. We offer adult mentoring and help with educational needs and our baseball program is a comprehensive program that offers the student/athlete exposure to high school, college and professional coaches and scouts. Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, d/b/a Millennium Development 11-3199040 Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification Preservation Alliance Inc 113233233

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Halloran Nelson Vann Chin Mendez Fidler

Bayside Little League, Inc. Be Proud, Inc. Bed Stuy's Project Re-Generation, Inc. Bella Abzug Leadership Institute, Inc. Bella Abzug Leadership Institute, Inc.

113279032 582674169 010596502 300280807 300280807

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$15,000 $10,000 $10,000 $4,000 $4,000 $102,964

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

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Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation d/b/a Millennium 113199040 Development

Youth

Fidler

Bergen Beach Youth Organization

112598350

$3,750

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Brewer Cabrera

Big Apple Circus, Ltd. Big Apple Circus, Ltd.

132906037 132906037

* *

$5,000 $5,250

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Dickens

Big Apple Circus, Ltd.

132906037

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Foster

Big Apple Circus, Ltd.

132906037

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lappin

Big Apple Circus, Ltd.

132906037

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Mendez Chin Dickens Garodnick Mendez Reyna Crowley

Big Apple Seeds Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, Inc. Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, Inc. Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, Inc. Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, Inc. Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, Inc. Blau-Weiss Gottschee, Inc.

050548432 135600383 135600383 135600383 135600383 135600383 116074351 *

$5,000 $4,000 $5,000 $3,500 $3,500 $5,000 $12,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Dilan

Bonnie Boys Club (a.k.a. Bonnie Youth Club)

116075963

$25,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth Youth

Eugene Brewer

Bonnie Boys Club (a.k.a. Bonnie Youth Club) Border Crossers, Inc.

116075963 262671377

$6,214 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

The funds will be used to help fund our main program: Support, Service and Success. We offer adult mentoring and help with educational needs and our baseball program is a comprehensive program that offers the student/athlete exposure to high school, college and professional coaches and scouts. To provide social action-based program in elementary school classrooms. Funding will be used to carry out Scouting programs, to underprivileged youth in Queens through the employment of part-time leaders and volunteer leaders, as well as helping us engage in marketing and other outreach to Queens youth. Funds will provide support to participants in District and local activities, recognition, stipend leadership, marketing materials, training opportunities, uniforms and camping equipment. Funding will be used to carry out Scouting programs, including Cub Scout and Boy Scout programs, to underprivileged youth. Funds will provide support to participants in District and local activities, recognition, stipend leadership, marketing materials, training opportunities, uniforms and camping equipment and the purchase of administrative support supplies necessary to manage the program. Funding will be used to carry out Scouting programs, including Cub Scout and Boy Scout programs, to underprivileged youth in Queens through the employment of part-time leaders and volunteer leaders, as well as helping us engage in marketing and other outreach to Queens youth community. In addition to purchase of supplies. To after school and summer services. Funding will be used directly for programming, including staffing and materials. These funds are requested to pay the facility fee, (pay the rent expense) where the youth programs are held. Funding will support the scholarship program which provides 25 students annually with a full scholarship for weekly dance classes, special performance workshops, and an internship program that provides hands-on training in arts related fields, such as arts administration, fundraising and dance instruction. To support our Millennium Youth Group (MYG). MYG works with Staten Island youth between the ages of 8 to 18 years old and focuses on skill and social development and provides family friendly activities to young people and their families. Funds will be used to buy supplies for the cooking, sewing, music and photography classes, cover the expenses for the educational trips and provide supplies for the Talent Show. The funds shall be used to operate multi sports program. Soccer, Swimming, Football, T ball, Softball and Baseball. Uniforms, insurance, equipment. To support the afterschool , Family First Nights program in which it will encourage children to develop a lifelong appreciation for theatre. To support the, Family First Nights program in which children to develop a life-long appreciation for the art form. To support the afterschool , Family First Nights program in which it will encourage children to develop a lifelong appreciation for theatre. Funds to support the ongoing operation of the youth drop-in center. To support the Youth Advocacy Project: This project will address their unique needs and build on their unique strengths through early intervention, specialized legal representation and leadership development. Funds will be used to hire one Community Intake Advocate. Funds to operate a Tween/Teen Center offering a variety of recreational and physical education programs and non recreational/educational programs. Funds will be used to cover art supplies, recreational equipment, programming and staffing costs. To support the a After School program at the BronxWorks Community Center serves approximately 60 children. Funding will also cover the costs of spring recess day trips to local cultural and recreational attractions. Funds will be used to purchase and transport aquariums and aquarium products, to maintain aquariums and to Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification purchase aquatic livestock and install aquariums and provide educational instruction on proper care and Preservation Alliance Inc handling of aquarium products and provide books to students,teachers and staff. Funds will support two free youth festivals. Youthworks offers students age 7-18 the opportunity to create and stage their own original performance work. Professional artists provide free coaching to young performers through an 8-week creative process. The Teen Arts Conference is designed to showcase and bring together teenage performers age 10-18 from throughout NYC for a day-long weekend exchange. To conduct college tours and sporting leagues for NYC youth. Funds will help pay cost of transportation, uniforms, trophies and food for students. Funds will continue and expand Brooklyn Ballets school and conservatory, which means increased funding is necessary for rent and teacher salaries. Funds will also enable Brooklyn Ballets public school residency program, Elevate, to serve two additional schools, underwriting fees for teaching artists, and need-based scholarships for children who participate in the residency to continue studying at Brooklyn Ballet School. Funds to be used for Buses to transport youth to and from games, league fees as required to be part of a league. Equipment such as footballs, cones,chains needed for games. Uniforms for the players. Fees for the referees to officiate games. Funds are requested for the museums free after school program, Museum Team. This program utilizes the museums exhibits, cultural programs and collections object to structure educational programs and volunteer opportunities. Funds are requested for the museums free after school program, Museum Team. This program utilizes the museums exhibits, cultural programs and collections object to structure educational programs and volunteer opportunities. To support the free after school program, Museum Team. Students will work under the supervision of educational department staff with activities focused on support for a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculum. Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification Preservation Alliance Inc 113233233

Youth

Halloran

Boy Scouts of America - Greater New York Council

131624015

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Oddo

Boy Scouts of America - Greater New York Council

131624015

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koo

Boy Scouts of America - Greater New York Council

131624015

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Jackson Gentile

Boys and Girls Club of Harlem Bridge to Youth, Inc.

133102951 421660753

$10,000 $1,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Nelson

Brighton Ballet Theater Company, Inc.

113195590

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Rose

Brighton Heights Reformed Church

135596812

$8,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Ulrich Brewer Weprin Rodriguez Arroyo Seabrook ** Vacca Cabrera Foster

Broad Channel Athletic Club, Inc. Broadway League, Inc., The Broadway League, Inc., The Broadway League, Inc., The Bronx Community Pride Center, Inc. Bronx Defenders, The Bronx House, Inc. Bronx Household Of Faith Inc. BronxWorks, Inc.

112581922 130951470 130951470 130951470 061552851 133931074 131739935 510201807 133254484

$25,000 $3,500 $10,000 $4,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

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$10,000 $10,000 $75,000 $6,500 $5,000

Youth

Gentile

Brooklyn Aquarium Society, Inc.

112461838

$2,000

DYCD-Y

113233233

Youth

Lander

Brooklyn Arts Exchange, Inc.

113071458

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Reyna

Brooklyn Ballers Sports, Youth and Educational Corp.

651209020

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Brooklyn Ballet, Inc.

020569320

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Barron

Brooklyn Chiefs, Inc., The

861057788

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gonzalez

Brooklyn Children's Museum

112495664

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Greenfield

Brooklyn Children's Museum

112495664

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mealy

Brooklyn Children's Museum

112495664

$5,714

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Vann

Brooklyn Children's Museum

112495664

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gonzalez

Brooklyn Community Pride Center, Inc.

262214534

$7,000

DYCD-Y

To support the free after school program, Museum Team. Students will work under the supervision of educational department staff with activities focused on support for a Science, Technology, Engineering and Math curriculum. To fund the Brooklyn Youth United Against Hate, an after-school and weekend program geared toward young people across the borough. Funds will be used for continued programming and outreach and expenses associated with regular meetings in a safe and welcoming space. Programs aim to increase opportunities for leadership development, tutoring and GED services, mentoring, peer counseling, social support and cultural programming. Funding will go towards Brooklyn Youth United Against Hate, an after-school and weekend program geared toward young people across the borough. Funds will be used for continued programming and outreach and expenses associated with regular meetings in a safe and welcoming space. Funds will support BQCMs outreach programs which provides after-school music instruction, music therapy and concerts throughout Brooklyn, Queens and lower Manhattan. Funds will support after-school outreach programs which provide music instruction, music therapy and concerts throughout Brooklyn, Queens and lower Manhattan. The season is ten weeks long with a three week training camp for children ages 7 - 18. The funds are spent primarily on new equipment for the program and field maintenance and allowing underpriviledged children to play for free or for a significantly discounted fee. Brooklyn Music School will continue to run and expand the New Century Academics and Arts Reaching Youth after-school program which provides children with 45 minutes of homework help and computer tutorials, 45 minutes of music, and 45 minutes of dance introductory sessions on a daily basis. Funds will be used to expand existing after-school program, servicing outside catchment district. To support the Summer Youth Employment Program which provides job placement to youths between July 1, 2012 to August 31, 2012 with a local business that are safe and well supervised, assist youth in identifying their career interests through exposure to different industries, occupations, educational pathways and the requirements for success in each of them. To support its Education and Community programming in Brooklyns 39th district in FY13. The Brooklyn Phils programs develop musical thinkers through active participation and programs offered in the 39th district include SCORE at Brooklyn School for Collaborative Studies; our annual Senior Center concert at Cobble Hill Senior Center; and School Time Concerts. To support The Brooklyn Steppers After-School Program and our annual community event - The Battle of the Drumlines. The After-School Program provides supportive services to children and youth throughout the school year. To support The Brooklyn Steppers After-School Program and our annual community event - The Battle of the Drumlines. The After-School Program provides supportive services to children and youth. The Battle of the Drumlines is a family-centered, friendly competition between community and high school drumlines from NYC. To support The Brooklyn Steppers After-School Program and our annual community event - The Battle of the Drumlines. The After-School Program provides supportive services to children and youth throughout the school year. To support The Brooklyn Steppers After-School Program and our annual community event - The Battle of the Drumlines. The After-School Program provides supportive services to children and youth throughout the school year. BYCA seeks support for a Financial Aid Expansion Initiative in FY 13, to significantly expand access to lowincome Brooklyn young people. Funds will be utilized for an after-school program for elementary and junior high students. The funds will support community outreach day, health related education and screening, summer day camp program, Rites of Passage Program. All funds will be utilized in the various programs for travel, equipment, and supplies. The Bushwick Starrs Big Green Theater (BGT) is a collaboration among PS 123 grade-school children and theater professionals that combines playwriting/production with environmental education in an afterschool setting. Funds are used to help defray the costs of our teams by purchasing equipment and supplies. To promote baseball as a recreational activity. The club intends to educate youth through baseball in building character, promoting good citizenship, developing the health of mind and body and provide academic athletic scholarships to participants. The funds will be used to salaries, equiptment purchase, equiptment other, utilities, Insurance, Instructors,consumable supplies, travel and other operational cost. Funds will be used to provide educational support, recreational cultural activities, and to offset salary expenses, equiptment purchases, and the cost of insurance and travel costs. Funds will be used to provide educational support, recreational cultural activities, and to offset salary expenses, equiptment purchases, and the cost of insurance and travel costs. In response to the alarming rates of intimate partner violence in Central Brooklyn, CWHA has implemented a teen domestic violence program called, My Life, My Health, My Love, My Self. The goal of this program is to promote safe, healthy relationships and provide participants with key tools to identify, prevent, and confront domestic and intimate partner violence in our community. Caribe Baseball Little League Sport Inc. is a non-profit organization that serve over 500 children. Sports activities are offered for children ages 4 to 16. Funds will be used for organization activities, for uniforms and equipments for the baseball season. To support youth Arts and Music Educational programming. To support youth Arts and Music Educational programming. To enhance the services of our MOSAIC Beacon School for after school and Youth Retreat and Youth Conference. These funds will be utilized for Administrative services and for trips and special activities. To enhance the services of our MOSAIC Beacon School for after school and Youth Retreat and Youth Conference. These funds will be utilized for Administrative services and for trips and special activities.

Youth

Mendez

Brooklyn Community Pride Center, Inc.

262214534

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Gentile Levin Gentile

Brooklyn Conservatory of Music Brooklyn Conservatory of Music Brooklyn Extreme Flag Football, Inc.

111532426 111532426 260789598

* * *

$3,500 $3,500 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

James

Brooklyn Music School

116000202

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

James

Brooklyn Neighborhood Improvement Association, Inc.

112538550

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Brooklyn Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra, Inc.

111773636

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

James

Brooklyn Steppers, Inc., The

271223035

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Brooklyn Steppers, Inc., The

271223035

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Vann

Brooklyn Steppers, Inc., The

271223035

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Williams Levin

Brooklyn Steppers, Inc., The Brooklyn Youth Chorus Academy

271223035 113129249

* *

$3,500 $7,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Wills **

Brooks Memorial United Methodist Church

111832868

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Levin Oddo Fidler Eugene Mealy Williams

Bushwick Starr Inc., The Cadets Baseball Club, Inc. Cadets Baseball Club, Inc. Caribbean American Sports and Cultural Youth Movement (CASYM), Inc. Caribbean American Sports and Cultural Youth Movement (CASYM), Inc. Caribbean American Sports and Cultural Youth Movement (CASYM), Inc. Caribbean Women's Health Association, Inc.

264546315 112668901 112668901 112778372 112778372 112778372

* * *

$3,500 $3,500 $2,000 $7,000 $20,000 $9,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, d/b/a Millennium Development

11-3199040

Youth

Williams

133323168

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Cabrera Arroyo Palma Foster

Caribe Baseball Little League Sport Inc. Casita Maria, Inc. Casita Maria, Inc. Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York

061714112 131623994 131623994 135562185

* * * *

$5,250 $10,000 $5,000 $25,800

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Rodriguez

Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York

135562185

$32,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Oddo

Catholic Charities Community Services, Archdiocese of New York

135562185

$5,500

DYCD-Y

To provide the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) Division which offers homework help, educational and recreational activities to children. Funding will allow CCCS to purchase sports equipment, video exercise technology, arts and crafts and other program supplies for the afterschool participants. Funding will be used for our Queens North Leaders in Training GED program, which is a youth development program serving at-risk youth. Our OST program is geared to 9th graders who come into high school testing below standards for their grade level. Funds will be used for an overnight trip to Caumsett State Historic Park and a well-known outdoor education program for youth. Funding will support an increase in the number of workshops we offer through our self-defense courses for both adult and teen women and maintain our unique after-school program, Power, Action, Change for Teens (PACT). To provide our transformative violence prevention programs for youth. Your increased support will enable us to reach young people with a combination of multiple-session courses and one-time workshops.Youth in our programs learn practical safety strategies, build self-esteem and leadership skills; learn how to identify healthy and unhealthy relationships. To support our Parents As Arts Partners (PAAP) program. Through PAAP, NYC public schools work with CAE staff and teaching artists to design and deliver interactive, family-focused arts activities that serve to increase parent involvement in their childs education and school. The program provides The Summer Fun Childrens Series, free entertainment featuring artists specializing in Childrens performances in the field of music, storytelling and theater, and free Movies on the Waterfront. Funds will provide an after school titoring for children in grades 1-5. Funds will povide youth programs including job training and placement, leadership development, community service, educational and GED classes, intervention and prevention services, summer youth employment programs, tutoring, mentoring and organized sports leagues. Global Thinking, Local Action, Universal Impact (GLU): GLU empowers youth to be compassionate, confident, and engaged citizens of the community. GLU accomplishes this by coordinating service activities that allow participants to impact the community directly, talks that enable them to understand the issues and reflections that inspire them to make service a central part of their lives. Funds will be used to provide meals, transportation to service sites, and materials. Funds for the youth library and an after school program to assist students with their homework and story time/video hour for children of all ages. To organize high school teens in a program that developes their leadership skills, provides for volunteer opportunities and recreation. Funding will support youth groups and the youth after school programs. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. Funding will support the annual Chess Challenge tournament in District 4 public schools. Funding will support the Citywide School Programs teaching students how to play chess annually including Classroom Chess and After-School Chess Clubs/Summer Chess Camps. Funding will also support Scholastic Tournament Program, College Bound Program and Project Chess, Teacher Training Institute Funds to support the following programs: After-School Chess Clubs/Summer Chess Camps: Open to all students, Program Scholastic Tournament Program, College Bound Program, Project Chess, Teacher Training Institute: Trains teachers to effectively teach chess after-school. All NYC public teachers are eligible. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. To fund the School Program, Classroom Chess, After-School Chess Clubs, Summer Chess Camps, Scholastic Tournament Program, and College Bound Program. Additional staff/internship hours, training for staff and/or supplies so that The Child Center can provide day care for children, ages 3 and 4, and elementary age after-school at PS 89. Funding will help offset additional staff expenses and the cost of supplies so that The Child Center can provide services at the Beacon community center at Parsons Educational Complex, and substance abuse treatment of teens. To be used for additional staff/internship hours, training for staff and/or supplies so that The Child Center can provide Early Head Start for children, ages newborn to 3, a Cornerstone program that offers a full range of services at Latimer Houses and an elementary age after-school program at PS 24. Additional staff/internship hours, training for staff and/or supplies so that The Child Center can provide Beacon community centers at MS 72 and MS 226, offering full range of services and mental health treatment to address emotional and behavioral issues of children and teens. To operate an after-school program which provides opportinities for socialization and self development for children with emotional learning disabilities.

Youth Youth

Vallone Levin

Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc. Catholic Charities Neighborhood Services, Inc.

112047151 112047151

$10,000 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE), Inc., The

112444676

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Center for Anti-Violence Education (CAE), Inc., The

112444676

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lappin

Center for Arts Education, The

133938080

$6,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Vallone Rose Koslowitz

Central Astoria Local Development Coalition, Inc. Central Family Life Center, Inc. Central Queens YM & YWHA, Inc.

112652331 133626127 111633509 *

$10,000 $18,214 $15,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Rodriguez

Centro Altagracia de Fe y Justicia

161765323

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Koppell Nelson Koslowitz Brewer Cabrera Chin Comrie Dickens Garodnick Gentile

Chabad Lubavitch of Riverdale Chabad Lubavitch of West Brighton Chazaq Organization Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc.

133697594 113137045 263598999 136119036 136119036 136119036 136119036 136119036 136119036 136119036

$5,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

* * * * * * * *

$4,000 $6,000 $5,000 $3,500 $3,500 $5,000 $10,000 $3,500

Youth

Koo

Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc.

136119036

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Lander Jackson James Mendez Rodriguez Ferreras Gennaro

Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. Child Center of New York, Inc., The Child Center of New York, Inc., The

136119036 136119036 136119036 136119036 136119036 111733454 111733454

* * * * *

$3,500 $5,000 $6,000 $3,500 $4,000 $3,500 $10,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Koo

Child Center of New York, Inc., The

111733454

$8,214

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Wills ** Lappin

Child Center of New York, Inc., The Child School, The

111733454 132785566 *

$16,500 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Eugene

Children Foundation

061798143

$5,000

DYCD-Y

After School Program for youngsters, English as a Second Language for adults and Sumer Camps children. For the past two years the Children Foundation has been an open door to the community at large in terms of immigration, translation, referral and assistance to parent gathering their children in a public school. To support two youth obesity prevention programs Go!Chefs: introducing youth to preparing nutritious meals & Youthmarkets: bringing fresh produce into low-income area schools where the students market and sell the produce, perform cooking demonstrations, tastings, and hand out recipes. To support the YES program, which provides summer employment for 15 20 youth, and, Womens Wellness Day, which brings together women and girls from the Harlem community to provide them with a day of mental, physical, and spiritual rejuvenation through workshops, performances, and artistic projects. Funds will help cover the cost of materials and supplies. Funds to support two of our domestic violence prevention and treatment programs for teens. We support teenagers to make healthy relationship decisions as they establish long-term safety, heal from the trauma of family violence and break the intergenerational cycle of violence and abuse.T.A.R.A. (Teens Against Relationship Abuse) The Childrens Aid Society, Saturday Program for Deaf Children builds participants communication skills, promoting success at school and home. The program also includes a support group for parents of deaf young people run by a licensed social worker. To strengthen our youth programs at PS 8, Mirabal Sisters Campus, and the Drew Hamilton Center. Funding will support some of our most popular projects at these programs including the NASA space camp, youth council, arts, science, and transition to high school program. To support our Youth Council. The Youth Council reverses negative teen stereotypes and provides opportunities for youth to advocate for their peers on issues of shared concern through civic awareness and engagement. Funds will help cover the cost of portions of trips, supplies, and the conference. To support the Goodhue Center which provides enriching recreational and educational services to youth in a five day a week after school program for pre-teens and a two evenings a week for the teen program. To support Youth Development Programs. Funds will help support youth leadership programs, specifically the work of the burgeoning youth programs in the after-school program. To support our after-school and youth development programs at three schools. Our community schools offer comprehensive health, dental, mental health and social services to students, in addition to extensive afterschool, enrichment, evening, weekend, holiday and summer programming. Free Art Island Outpost, a free, family-focused, weekend art program during the summer of 2011. Funding will support the Children's Museum's free family-focused art, music and culture program serving thousands of New York City children and their families for a summer weekend on Governors Island. CMA seeks support for three new public art programs that will have a city-wide impact on expanding access to the arts for children: CMA on the Piers- a free summer art program at Piers 25, 80 and 40 that will serve a children; Young Artists Collective-a free out-of-school-time art program for middle school and early high schoolaged youth; and the School Visit Scholarships for Title I schools - free visits to CMA for school groups, with hands-on art workshops and guided gallery tours. We ask for funding towards perishable supplies vital to school needs and daily functions, like cleaning supplies, art supplies and copy paper. Funds will provide support dinners, trainings and upstate city-wide retreats for LGBTQ and heterosexual youth. Funds will be used to hire an SAT instructor as well as being used to offset costs of educational and recreational trips. Cultural Dance Program: funding for dance instructor, costumes, and props to perform for Lunar new year celebrations and spring concerts for Self Help, PS 20 PS 22. End of School Year field trip to celebrate the academic success of our students who have worked hard all year to pass state wide ELA and Math exams. Funds will be used for Music, Art and ESL classes for developmental disabled youth. Funding for Youth Development program for at risk adolescents and school age youth including tutoring, homework help, college advice, cultural explorations and gang prevention education. To support Youth development programs. Funding will provide the Youth Empowerment Program at Beacon Center at PS 269 which is a safe hub for children/families to access integrated comprehensive services gain new skills. Activities include sports, games, tutoring, ESOL classes; and Leadership and Youth Council college tours that expose young people to educational options. Our Youth Group provides both formal and informal opportunities for the youth or our community to responsible participation in their life, work and mission of the community at large, through a variety or programs, events and outreach. To fund the After School Arts Academy that engages public school children in arts education. To support the youth of North Brooklyn with the CUFFH Youth Committee taking the lead and launched a weekly leadership development program called, Gaining Responsibility and Ownership through Willingness, also known as GROW. GROW provides activities such as basketball, volleyball, arts crafts, board games, snacks, beverages, mentoring sessions, and academic advisors interns from Cornell University. Citizen Schools offers an integrated program of skill building, leadership, and teamwork. Funding will support general operating costs at each of our campuses, such as staff salaries, teaching materials, on-site infrastructure. Funding will support Annual Youth Family Day in Paerdegat Park and Blocks beautification. Funds to be used for the After-School Heroes Program Funds to be used for the After-School Heroes Program.

Youth

Arroyo

Children's Aid Society, The

135562191

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Dickens

Children's Aid Society, The

135562191

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ferreras

Children's Aid Society, The

135562191

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lappin

Children's Aid Society, The

135562191

$15,214

DYCD-Y

Youth

Jackson

Children's Aid Society, The

135562191

$7,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Palma

Children's Aid Society, The

135562191

$7,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Rose Viverito

Children's Aid Society, The Children's Aid Society, The

135562191 135562191

* *

$8,000 $15,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Rodriguez Chin Garodnick

Children's Aid Society, The Children's Museum of the Arts, Inc. Children's Museum of the Arts, Inc.

135562191 133520970 133520970

* * *

$10,000 $3,500 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Quinn

Children's Museum of the Arts, Inc.

133520970

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Dickens Chin Koo

Children's Storefront Chinese American Planning Council, Inc. Chinese American Planning Council, Inc.

132940671 136202692 136202692

$5,000 $3,500 $4,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Koo Koo Barron Lander Williams

Chinese American Planning Council, Inc. Chinese American Planning Council, Inc. Christopher Rose Community Empowerment Campaign, Inc. Church Avenue Merchants Block Association (CAMBA) Church Avenue Merchants Block Association (CAMBA)

136202692 136202692 113423612 112480339 112480339 *

$4,000 $5,000 $5,214 $5,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Gennaro Chin

Church of the Immaculate Conception Jamaica New York Church Street School of Music and Art

111752022 133693660

$5,000 $4,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Reyna

Churches United for Fair Housing, Inc.

264698161

$27,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Levin Williams Arroyo Viverito

Citizen Schools, Inc. Citizens For A Better Community City Year New York, Inc. City Year New York, Inc.

043259160 113630592 222882549 222882549

$4,000 $5,000 $10,000 $10,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

* *

YOUTH

Youth

Brewer

City-ARTS, Inc.

132766701

$3,500

DYCD-Y

CITYarts is partnering with The DOME after-school programs where students will learn the creative process and work with a professional artist to develop the design of the mural at Louis Brandeis High School. Funding is being requested to cover the cost of the art workshops, paint and art supplies. To support the second phase of the Polo Grounds Mural Project at the Polo Grounds Community Center. Neighborhood youth will again work with a professional artist to create the design and paint the mural. Our current programs are afterschool, summer camp, young fathers program, ABE,GED preparation, tutoring service are provided, SYEP, counseling, parent classes. To fund Bound for Success, an after-school program for homeless children . Funding for 2012-2013 SchoolTime series. Funds provide arts education performances at affordable prices to students from across Brooklyn. To provide organized sports programs for the children and youths of College Point, Whitestone, Flushing and northeast Queens area. Funding will be used for insurance, equipment and other operational costs Funding will support a program which delivers professional development for educators; trains influential students (Peer Leaders) through summer workshops and provides structure for seniors to develop a post secondary plan through a year-round class and curriculum. The Carroll Park Kid's Concert Series offers FREE family-orientated programs to provide children early exposure to the arts. Funds will be used to cover costs of running the series, including paying our local artists a stipend for their services. Invite area seniors and children of PS 287 to Commodore Barry Park in Brooklyn to see a presentation based on St Rosalia-Regina Pacis Neighborhood an elementary school research project. Improvement Association To fund the Penny Harvest program which will empower students to become leaders through service-learning. Program services will enrich students of their social-emotional and academic skills. Funding will support operating expenses for Penny Harvest, a service-learning opportunity where New York City students raise money for grants and then decide the grant recipients. The Penny Harvest program which empower students to become leaders through service-learning. To fund the Penny Harvest program which will empower students to become leaders through service-learning. Program services will enrich students of their social-emotional and academic skills. Funding will be used to support Community Matters NYC (CMNYC), to expand our arts programming to six anchor sites throughout Harlem to celebrate the communities rich history, culture and traditions through exhibitions, performances, workshops and public programs. Funding will be used to support Making a Difference, a unique arts and community learning program which connects young people to positive role models and improves literacy skills through workshops in the literary, performing and visual arts that celebrate neighborhood culture and traditions. Funds will be used to provide our afterschool, spring break and summer programs to students. Funds will help to continue building and delivering our Digital Learning Program with additional training and support to teachers, parents, and students in low-income middle schools in Manhattan. Funding will help with the costs of providing workshops to parents and their children in MS 131. To support the Life is Precious (LIP) program by maintaining /enhancing the mental health and education activities provided to at-risk suicidal Latina teens. To continue operation of an outdoor, disease prevention, Afterschool program by and for 7-11-year-old children living in and around East Harlem's public housing projects. To provide After School Centers and Summer Camps for children. Our programs provide families with a safe, caring, enriching environment while their children are out of school between 3 - 6 pm and during the summer months. The funding will provide scholarhips for children participaing in these programs. Funding will be utilized to provide the community with mentoring, scholastic assistance, and drug free programs for the youth. Funds will create and sustain early intervention and violence prevention programs for youth in middle and high schools ages 12-21. Funds will be used support after-school activities. To support a community based program serving the children in the Woodside/Jackson Heights in which boys and girls are taught the fundamentals of basketball. CFU will provide gang violence, youth violence, bias and bullying prevention services through workshops in schools and for communities. Requested funds will be used for staffing To provide an After school Services which include transportation, liability insurance, snacks, hot supper, rent, mentors, tutoring, and extra curricular activities. The organization will use these funds to service 2500 youth in the summer trainings ages 14-21. COPOs Youth Program serves young people from low-income immigrant families in Brooklyn with a broad array of age-appropriate educational enrichment activities. It provides a safe environment away from gangs and drugs where youngsters can receive academic and career-related support as they develop life skills. The free services are available throughout the summer and after the school day ends. COPOs Youth Empowerment Program serves young people from low-income immigrant families in NYC with a broad array of age-appropriate educational enrichment activities. It provides a safe environment away from gangs and drugs where youngsters can receive academic and career-related support as they develop life skills. The free services are available throughout the summer and after the school day ends. COPOs Youth Program serves young people from low-income immigrant families in Brooklyn with a broad array of age-appropriate educational enrichment activities. COPOs Youth Program serves young people from low-income immigrant families in Brooklyn with a broad array of age-appropriate educational enrichment activities.

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Jackson Foster Chin Vann Halloran

City-ARTS, Inc. Claremont Neighborhood Centers, Inc. Coalition for the Homeless College Community Services, Inc. College Point Sports Association, Inc.

132766701 136016450 133072967 116025023 237069464

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$3,500 $10,000 $5,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

$5,000

Youth

Rodriguez

College Summit, Inc.

522007028

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Lander Gentile Brewer Garodnick Ignizio Vann

Committee to Improve Carroll Park Commodore Barry Club of Brooklyn, Inc. Common Cents New York, Inc. Common Cents New York, Inc. Common Cents New York, Inc. Common Cents New York, Inc.

112592742 320215473 133613229 133613229 133613229 133613229 * * * * *

$2,000 $2,500 $3,500 $3,500 $4,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

112697931

Youth

Dickens

Community Works, Inc.

133580813

$8,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Fidler Comrie Mealy

Community Works, Inc. Community Youth Care Computers for Youth Foundation, Inc.

133580813 770695007 133935309 * *

$15,000 $12,000 $10,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Arroyo Viverito

Comunilife, Inc. Concrete Safaris, Inc.

133530299 204976317

* *

$5,250 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Congregation Beth Elohim

111672755

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Gennaro Williams Williams Vallone Eugene Koslowitz Williams

Congregation Yeshiva Madreigas Haadam Connect, Inc. Cool Culture, Inc. Corpus Christi Sports and Youth Association Council for Unity, Inc. Council of Aid for Central Asian Jews (CACAJ) Council of Jewish Organizations of Flatbush, Inc.

113459656 020694269 161636968 111666228 112880221 113383509 112864728 * * *

$6,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $3,500 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Eugene

Council of Peoples Organization, Inc.

753046891

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Nelson

Council of Peoples Organization, Inc.

753046891

$7,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Greenfield Lander

Council of Peoples Organization, Inc. Council of Peoples Organization, Inc.

753046891 753046891

* *

$7,500 $4,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth Youth

Brewer Lappin

Council on the Environment of New York City, Inc. D/B/A GrowNYC Council on the Environment of New York City, Inc. D/B/A GrowNYC

132765465 132765465

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$3,500 $20,000

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Funding will be used to support the Environmental Education program and to support the Learn It Grow It Eat It (LGE). To support the Healthy Schools, Healthy Kids, pilot project. GrowNYC's food and nutrition, recycling, horticulture, school gardens and service learning programs lead to healthier personal and environmental behavior in kids. Funding will be used for GrowNYC's Youthmarket program which is a network of youth-run farm stand in underserved neighborhoods in NYC. Youthmarket purchases fresh, healthy produce from local farmers and trains teens to operate farm stands in their neighborhoods as their own small business. To fund the Boys Scholarship Program (BSP) which promotes male participation in dance through financial support, gender specific curriculum, and role modeling. The proposed request is for funds to cover 80 of the BSP class hours. Funding for Social Service Center on Kingston Avenue that provides client assistance in Immigration, Family Crisis Intervention, Employment Assistance, Access to Entitlements, Health Insurance in formation, Food Stamps Enrollment, or Housing related services. Funding for Youth Counseling Referral Program. Case worker working with families with school age children to provide referrals to therapy or counseling, especially where child-welfare concerns exist in the family. Or to provide self-sufficiency, employment assistance to older youth when referred by our social service and prevention programs. Funds to be used to provide Mentoring and Youth development Funds to be used to provide Mentoring and Youth development Funding will purchase much-needed equipment for After-school athletic and music prgrams. Also funds will go towards scholarships for low-income students to participate in any of our after-school programs in sports, music or drama. To support our community development and youth programs that address and introduce the unique multiculturalism of new residents and engages the large number of teens. To provide the children of Northeast Queens as well as any child who is willing to participate a safe organized place to play youth sports. To provide the children of Northeast Queens as well as any child who is willing to participate a safe organized place to play youth sports. to establish a dance residency at PS 169 in District 38. Funding will provide a dance program serving approximately 200 public school students from low and middle class income brackets, culminating in a final school performance reaching 500-800 students, school administrators, teachers and parents. Dancing Dreams provides physically and medically challenged children the opportunity to particpate in dance classes and performances, empowers teens through volunteer opportunities. The funds will be used to continue current weekly dance classes provided for chidren ages 3-17 and fund the yearly performances (spring and winter). Funds will provide academic, enrichment and physical activities for young people in grades up to K-5 after school, during holidays and weekend to allow parent envolvement. To support our preventive education and direct services programs. This allocation will support the salaries of a bilingual community educator, social worker and attorney in your district. With your support, Day One will conduct co-educational workshops for young people and professionals who work with youth, and will respond to calls from your constituents for legal assistance and counseling. Funds will be used to sponsor the annual Multi-cultral day activities for the young people (youths) of the community regardless of race, creed, color or even ethnic background. To fund the Alternative to Detention Program which will help young offenders from repeat criminal activity, and prevented thousands of at-risk youth from ever becoming involved in crime. Homework assistance,technology instruction(computer). Music,Physical Fitness Activities,Indoor and outdoor,Educational games, Reading Enrichment ,Snacks Provided Daily. Programming/services to be funded will be for youth workshops, tutoring, mentoring, sewing and dance programs. Funds to support the After School Program and will be used to pay two teachers, staff and other expenses. The Doors visual, performing and therapeutic art classes have grown to serve over a thousand youth annually. Programs include a variety of classes such as painting, drawing and printmaking. Funds will allow us to maintain and expand The Doors arts programming through the purchase of equipment for classes and performances; software and updates for graphic arts classes; and gear for dance classes. South Bronx Green Gardening and On the River projects that will provide extensive outdoor educational programming in organic gardening with community service opportunities for teens with on water canoe activities in local Bronx waterways. Funds will support our organizational needs, assist in equipment and supply purchases and provide staffing needs to serve hundreds of youth from the Bronx. To support the costs of conducting five anti-gun violence media events, workshops and youth film screenings in District 8 in FY13. Funds requested for Introduction to the Orchestra for elementary school children-to bring a full 26 piece orchestra with conductor and narrator to a public elementary school for a rehearsal and concert of PeeWee the Piccolo Meets Celeste Cinderella. The program introduces the children to the various instruments in the orchestra and shows how individuals working together can create a much larger piece of work. Funding will be used to pay the assistant director of the program and the CIP. As of date there are over 3,000 youths being served by the program. The program currently runs in Districts 2, 3, 4, and 5, serving PS 1, 2, 3, 126, 11, 41, 212, 111, 146, 192 and Esperanza. The program has been and will continue to be open to everyone.

Youth

Quinn

Council on the Environment of New York City, Inc. D/B/A GrowNYC

132765465

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Nelson

Covenant Ballet Theatre of Brooklyn Inc.

261136590

$7,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mealy

Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc.

237390996

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

James Eugene Williams Brewer Comrie Halloran Weprin

Crown Heights Jewish Community Council, Inc. Crown Heights Youth Collective, Inc. Crown Heights Youth Collective, Inc. CS Parent Association d/b/a The Computer School Parent Association Cultural Collaborative Jamaica, Inc. DAC Athletic Club, Inc. DAC Athletic Club, Inc.

237390996 112506422 112506422 134144056 113635991 116080807 116080807

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$5,500 $20,000 $7,500 $3,500 $20,000 $13,000 $7,500

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Youth

Gonzalez

Dancewave, Inc.

112726558

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Halloran

Dancing Dreams

260797411

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Cabrera

Davidson Community Center Inc.

237010206

$25,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Day One New York Inc.

061103000

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Sanders Brewer Eugene Comrie Ferreras

Deerfield Area Association, Inc. Developing Opportunities Through Meaningful Education (DOME) Project, Inc. Ditmas Park Youth Group Doing It the Wright Way, Inc. Dominico-American Society of Queens, Inc.

112877303 133060257 262442377 113468717 061389895

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$5,000 $3,500 $6,000 $3,500 $20,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Quinn

Door, The - A Center of Alternatives, Inc.

136127348

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Arroyo

Downtown Bronx Economic Development Corporation

043758932

$15,714

DYCD-Y

Youth

Viverito

Downtown Community Television Center, Inc.

132742777

$8,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Downtown Music Productions, Inc.

133310731

$4,214

DYCD-Y

Youth

Quinn

Downtown United Soccer Club, Inc.

134130051

$15,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Oddo

Dr. Theodore A. Atlas Foundation, Inc.

134012789

$15,500

DYCD-Y

Funding will be used to purchase and deliver toys to children in Title 1 schools and to purchase thanksgiving dinners to distribute to over. Funding will be used to run an intramural basketball league by purchasing equipment and offseting staffing fees. Funds will be used to purchase tickets to professional sporting events to reward students in schools and to provide and a youth after-school boxing program. The Visually Speaking workshop is an educational digital media enrichment program designed to expose youth to the art and technology of digital media production. The program incorporates hands on enrichment activities to strengthen students literacy skills and creative expressions which have been successful in cultivating positive attitudes and building self esteem. Funds will be used to support updated media portals for 12 students and staffing. To offer challenging and exciting programs that provide each person the opportunity to become a better rounded individual. Funds will provide Sports Equipment Uniforms for our Baseball, Basketball Lacrosse programs. Also funds will supplement costs to renovate and redesign our rear parking lot in addition, to repairing and painting the gyms ceiling. Will use the funding for repairing our field that hosts over 1000 kids in the Benssonhurst, Dyker neighborhood for baseball and football. We will use the funds for equipment needed to maintain our fields. We will use money to purhcase clay, seed, tractor equipment and field maintenance equipment We will provide educational services, after school through public schools in the Council Members District. Our Partnerships in Literacy through Dance and Creativity Program offers dance and arts education that is sequential, and linked to learning standards, arts blueprints, and class curriculum. This grant will allow us to hire 3 part-time interns working 25 hours per week. The interns under the supervision of a Sr. Counselor will co-facilitate group sessions, conduct seminars and help to coordinate recreational activities for our clients. DYCs residential component is located in fallsburg, providing services to NYC Youth Residents. As a result this program will provide transportation for family visits, court appearances and doctors appointment, etc. EFECs youth choir is called upon to perform at various events as well as host events. Funding will also allow for compensation of musical staff. Funds will be used to provide out-of-school-time academic enrichment of the highest quality to students and families living in East Harlem. To support youth programming within district 28. The funds will be used for the youth football and cheer program, as well as after school tutoring for the youth. The funds will be used for recreational events, travel expenses, transportation to and from games, uniforms and equipment, utilities and telephone to run the program. To support the ERDA College Access Program which will continue to provide in-depth SAT, college preparation, and college retention services for high school juniors, seniors, and parents. The funding will pay for Central Insurance Program, utilities,baseball equipment. Funding is to re-locate one school age classroom from 150 Granite Avenue into a classrom at Eltingville Lutheran School. The funds will be used to lease the space and utilities, and the support staff from Eden II (gym teacher, speech therapist, and clinical consultant) and to educate the parents and staff at Eltingville Lutheran School on autism learning characteristics. Funding will support the 14th Street Y's Daddy & Me program, a free swim course that serves families in The Educational Alliance's Head Start program, as well as other programs at the 14th Street Y. To offer an after school program where youth come to the center for tutoring, games, refreshments, trips and much more. To support a free program for youth participants, that combines community service, structured academic enrichment, and an award-winning competitive basketball program. Funding will be used to support a series of afterschool and weekend performance classes and master classes for youth at the Kaufman Center. Elmjack Little League is a Youth Baseaball program for the children of the community. The funds will help us in the purchase of uniforms, baseballs, field equipment and supplies for the maintaining the fields. Elmjack Little League is a Youth Baseaball program for the children of the community. The funds will help us in the purchase of uniforms, baseballs, field equipment and supplies for the maintaining the fields. Elmjack Little League is a Youth Baseaball program for the children of the community. The funds will help us in the purchase of uniforms, baseballs, field equipment and supplies for the maintaining the fields. Program will provide youth with a Safe Space in the community where they can congregrate with adult supervision. Youth will have the availability of computers where they can do homework, research and study. There will also be recreational activities such as ping pong, table top pool. To provide New York City public school students engaging programs including customized parent workshops, student workshops, and community auditorium performances. Funding will continue to help ENACT with providing developmental theatre activities, reflective role play, and guided facilitation to address relevant issues schools face on a daily basis, such as lack of respect, bullying, and peer pressure. ESS After-School Program in District 17 at MS 302, Girls Prep and PS 75 in the South Bronx. ESS Sheltering Arms Day Care Services at Virginia Day Nursery serves children from low-income families offering the early childhood education and development opportunities that build a strong foundation for learning, exploration, and socialization skills in preparation for entering kindergarten. Funds will be used for literacy enrichment as well as to provide parents with tools to help them recognize the importance of their role in the education of their child. To support the ESS After-School Program in District 18 at PS 36 that provides literacy support with classes in poetry, fictional literary compositions, and a school newsletter.

Youth

Seabrook **

Drammeh Institute, Inc., The

113191208

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Halloran

Dwarf-Giraffe Athletic League

112523053

$13,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gentile

Dyker Heights Athletic Association, Inc.

113422707

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Dynamic Forms, Inc.

133440226

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Nelson

Dynamic Youth Community, Inc.

112503506

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Nelson Williams Viverito Wills ** Barron Vallone Oddo Ignizio

Dynamic Youth Community, Inc. East Flatbush Ecumenical Council East Harlem Tutorial Program, Inc. East Indian Diaspora Commemoration Steering Committee Inc. East New York Kidspower, Inc. East River Development Alliance, Inc. East Shore Little League Eden II School for Autistic Children, Inc.

112503506 061483609 237439789 112888944 113308030 861096987 510237392 132872916

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$10,000 $3,500 $5,000 $5,000 $25,500 $16,000

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$8,000 $10,000

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Garodnick Koslowitz Reyna Brewer Dromm

Educational Alliance, Inc. Educational Center for New Americans, Inc. El Puente de Williamsburg Elaine Kaufman Cultural Center - Lucy Moses School for Music and Dance Elmjack Community Little League, Inc.

135562210 113173201 112614265 131991118 112733609

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$10,000 $24,214 $21,214 $3,500 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Ferreras

Elmjack Community Little League, Inc.

112733609

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Vallone

Elmjack Community Little League, Inc.

112733609

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Rose Chin Rodriguez Arroyo

Empowerment Zone Enact, Inc. Enact, Inc. Episcopal Social Services of New York, Inc.

142009368 133422660 133422660 133709095

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$8,000 $4,000 $4,000 $20,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Episcopal Social Services of New York, Inc.

133709095

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Palma

Episcopal Social Services of New York, Inc.

133709095

$10,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Vann

Episcopal Social Services of New York, Inc.

133709095

$10,000

DYCD-Y

To provide Sheltering Arms Day Care Services at Marcy Childrens Center offering the early childhood education and development opportunities that build a strong foundation for learning, exploration, and socialization skills in preparation for entering kindergarten. To support mounting its 7th annual Summer Dance Workshop Series at Medgar Evers College & Preparatory School in Crown Heights. Council funding will help cover the costs of dance instructor and musician fees, administration, studio rental and hospitality for the workshop. In addition to the free workshop, Medgar Evers students attend at no charge, and scholarships are offered to qualifying students from local dance institutions. To support for FUREEous Youth, our youth program that builds the critical thinking and leadership development skills of low income youth between the ages of 14-21. The program operates during after-school hours and some Saturdays. The program consists of a year-round youth civic-engagement and leadership development program. FUREE is requesting support for FUREEous Youth, our youth program that builds the critical thinking and leadership development skills of low income youth. The program operates during after-school hours and weekends. Youth America, Inc. will act as fiscal sponsor for Family Life Development Center in offering sports services to their youth. Funds to support the Rites of Passage Program for youths between the ages of 13 and 16. Funding will be used primarily for the purchase of supplies and materials for participants. Funding will also be used for educational field trips, incentives, refreshments, and some operating expenses The goal of KidZone is to provide free meals to hungry children, teens and their families in our community. We provide an all-you-can-eat dinner as well as: arts and crafts, homework help and tutoring, literacy building, nutrition education/healthy snack preparation, games. Funds would be used for soccer camp held during the summer and 5K run to Help Fight Drug Abuse. To deliver ice skating programming by certified teachers to young girls in harlem. To deliver ice skating programming by certified teachers to young girls in harlem. To promote recreational soccer among children ages 4 to 17 yrs.old as an afterschool program. Funds will be used for renting and soccer uniforms(jerseys,shorts,socks,balls etc.). To Introduce students to college life by SAT prep and visits to colleges and universities campus to insure a smooth transition from high school to college. To Introduce students to college life by SAT prep and visits to colleges and universities campus to insure a smooth transition from high school to college. FDC is requesting funds to support 3 afterschool programs for youth and a summer camp. Funding will help provide 3 youth afterschool programs. Teens-at-risk outreach, bias crime, anti-terrorism awareness, and 24X6 patrol with radio dispatch to assist all emergencies for youth. Funds to support the basketball training program. To Provide A Safe And Healthy Environment For Young People To Spend Their Leisure Time and provide training sessions before any competitions in basketball Games, from fundamentals to skills. Funds will be used to operate a cultural enrichment program featuring dance, better reading and writing comprehension skills with a mentoring program giving our children alternatives. Funds are requested to support a second annual FREE Earth Day youth initiative in April 2013 to increase awareness of environment and conservation issues through the arts for kids and teenagers. This environmental activity will include free arts workshops for children and youth using recyclable materials. Funds will be used to provide to additional car kits for families who are not financially able to provide a car for their child in order to participate. For those children that can not afford equipment, the organization provides it. Our slogan reads, You supply the commitment, and well supply the equipment. The cost to suit up a child is approximately 250 which includes: game pants and jersey, helmet, shoulder pads, socks, girdle, practice pants and jersey. Funding is for replacement of Equipment expense: Helmets, shoulder pads, practice pants, etc. = 20,000-25,000 annually. Funds are used to offset the cost of uniforms and equipment for the Baseball and Softball leagues. Funding would support our Youth Education Career Exploration (YE/CE) program for court-involved young adults. CEPS is rooted in evidence-based curriculum incorporates basic literacy numeracy teaching with soft hard skills training, as well as on-site group projects off-site internships. This is an after-school Chorus consisting of children of all races and religions. As it is free of charge, the Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification program reaches many economically disadvantaged children between the ages of 7-17 and provides them with Preservation Alliance Inc vocal training; the funds go toward general expenses and salary. The requested funds will be used for the administrative expenses associated renting an office to expand our youth programming. To support the Self-Awareness Program for Young People. The main purpose of this program is to build up SelfEsteem and to keep students out of the streets and out of trouble. We use The Arts as an alternative outlet for the youth in our community to promote safe and healthy activities. Funds will be used to pay for Consultants, and to purchase supplies for our existing after-school program housed at PS 189M and, PS 311M in Washington Heights and Inwood community. To host the youth Unity Festival as well as After school recreation, Basketball team, teen club, summer club, chess club, karate club, educational trips, cultural events(dance, music, stepping, spoken word) off off Broadway theater, art. Chess, baskeball, and karate tournaments. To support the Community Youth in Action program, a comprehensive youth development program that provides youth with a range of services, supports and opportunities settings to help them develop life skills and leadership skills. Funds will be used for defray the cost of salaries and to puchase materials for service activities. To support the Community Youth in Action program, a comprehensive youth development program that provides youth with a range of services, supports and opportunities settings to help them develop life skills and leadership skills. Funds will be used for defray the cost of salaries and to puchase materials for service activities. 113233233

Youth

James

Evidence, Inc.

113334921

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

James

Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE)

200092728

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Levin James Eugene

Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE) Family Life Development Center Family Renaissance, Inc.

200092728 311741545 113190985

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$4,500 $5,000 $10,000

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Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Mendez Vallone Dickens Jackson Nelson Comrie Wills ** Eugene Williams Nelson Eugene Mealy Ferreras

Father's Heart Ministries, Inc., The Federation of Italian American Organizations of Queens, Inc. Figure Skating in Harlem, Inc. Figure Skating in Harlem, Inc. First Chernomorets USA, Inc. First Faith Baptist Church First Faith Baptist Church Flatbush Development Corporation Flatbush Development Corporation Flatbush Shomrim Safety Patrol, Inc. Flatbush Youth Association, Inc. Flatbush Youth Association, Inc. Florence E. Smith Community Center, Inc.

223495873 113102847 133945168 133945168 113586786 022916843 022916843 510188251 510188251 203244567 113287922 113287922 112623861

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$5,500 $12,000 $7,000 $4,500 $4,000 $15,000 $5,000 $8,500 $5,000 $12,000

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Youth

Gennaro

Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts Inc.

112652182

$6,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ferreras

Flushing Meadow Soap Box Derby, Inc.

112737828

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Crowley

Forest Hills Football League, Inc.

113057287

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Koslowitz Halloran

Forest Hills Little League Fortune Society, Inc., The

521277708 132645436

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$10,000 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Gentile Gentile

Fourth Avenue Presbyterian Church/The Children's Community Chorus 112693994 Francesco Loccisano Memorial Foundation 261433681

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$2,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Rodriguez

Fraternidad de Los Angeles, Inc.

582672102

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Arroyo

Freedom Community Resource Center, Inc.

134043241

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Brewer

Fresh Youth Initiatives, Inc.

133723207

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Jackson

Fresh Youth Initiatives, Inc.

133723207

$9,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Rodriguez

Fresh Youth Initiatives, Inc.

133723207

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Ignizio Williams Halloran

Friends of Blue Heron Park, Inc. Friends of Crown Heights Educational Centers, Inc. Friends of Fort Totten Parks, Inc.

133073882 112305641 320176967

$5,000 $5,000 $4,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

To support the Community Youth in Action program, a comprehensive youth development program that provides youth with a range of services, supports and opportunities settings to help them develop life skills and leadership skills. Funds will be used for defray the cost of salaries and to puchase materials for service activities. To fund the program series: Explorers of the Wild, Natural Science Club, Kids Kritters Crafty, Doodlebug Fun Time, and Landscaping of native plant gardens. The funds are being requested to allow the establishment of English as a Second Language classes for youth (beginning level) and will be used primarily for personnel expenses and classroom materials. Funds for youth services including Crafty Totten Kids, a bi-monthly arts and crafts workshop, Family Fun Day and Halloween event. FHNU seeks support for its free program of historical cultural events consisting of: (a)Liberty Wknd (b)Lincoln/Washington event (c)A series of public concerts (4-5) primarily by student non-profit ensembles; (d)Public lectures (2-3) on historical subjects by authors other experts. Funds will be applied to (i)direct costs of events: fees, expenses, reimbursements honoraria for performers, equipment rentals, promotion expense (postage, printing, newspaper advertising) (ii)allocated portion of FHNUs overhead expenses. Funding for our Summer 2012 youth programs which will include: Summer Environmental Internship for high school students, one day a week of EcoCrafts for young children at Classic Playground and free education and stewardship programs for summer camps. To support the Youth Group which provide teens to work in the Park doing such chores as sweeping, raking, weeding, planting and raking leaves in the fall. Funds will be used for staffing, refreshments and necessary equipment/plants. To supply free discounted tickets for students, at risk youth and their families. Funds will defray the costs of outreach and general operating expenses. The Red Hook Youth Court is a youth leadership program that trains local teenagers to serve as jurors, judges and advocates, handling real-life cases involving their peers. City Council funding would support on-going operations, specifically member stipends and participant metrocards. The Red Hook Youth Baseball League is an effort to provide kids in the low-income neighborhood of Red Hook with positive programs to fill their free time and an opportunity to become more active in their community. City Council funding will support baseball equipment and supplies for community service projects in the neighborhood. Funding will provide free media literacy workshops and public events for youth. Funds will also support, LAMPlatoon, an online media literacy initiative to grow advertising literacy and fair use awareness. To fund the Red Hook Youth Court that is a youth leadership program that trains local teenagers to serve as jurors, judges and advocates, handling real-life cases involving their peers. Council funding would support ongoing operations, specifically member stipends and participant metrocards. Funding will provide Healthy Digital Relationship workshops designed for at-risk students between 12 and 17 years old. To fund the Greenpoint Youth Court that is a youth leadership program that trains local teenagers to serve as jurors, judges and advocates, handling real-life cases involving their peers. Council funding would support ongoing operations, specifically member stipends and participant metrocards. To provide a Three-week workshop series for youth that explores what makes information news, who creates it and how news is changing with todays media. To support Attendance Court which is a truancy prevention program providing students and their families with supportive resources to keep chronically absent students out of family court. Funding will support student incentives and program supplies such as books, gift cards, and community events. Funds will be used to purchase soccer equipment and a First-Aid kit for the three week summer soccer camp called for Bronx children ages seven (7) to seventeen (17). Funds will also be used to pay for cost of travel and hotel to out-of-state tournaments as well as purchasing healthy refreshments during game breaks. To support youth program offering direct support, advocacy, and counseling to children of battered women among Chinese immigrants in New York City. To reach students traditionally underserved, programming is provided free of charge, and we target schools with inclusion programs for children with special needs and a high number of students with English as a second language. To expand our Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue our Troop-Building efforts city-wide. Series programs are to engage girls in Girl Scouting. The Leadership Journeys enable girls to reflect, make choices, take action, and determine their own paths while examining various topical areas. To expand our Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue our Troop-Building efforts city-wide. The Leadership Journeys enable girls to reflect, make choices, take action, and determine their own paths while examining various topical areas. To expand our Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue our Troop-Building efforts city-wide. Series programs are to engage girls in Girl Scouting. The Leadership Journeys enable girls to reflect, make choices, take action, and determine their own paths while examining various topical areas. Funding will be used to expand our Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue our TroopBuilding efforts city-wide. Series programs are short-term, staff or volunteer-led programs that span four to ten weeks to engage girls in Girl Scouting. To expand our Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue our Troop-Building efforts city-wide. The Leadership Journeys enable girls to reflect, make choices, take action, and determine their own paths while examining various topical areas. E

Youth

Gentile

Friends of Historic New Utrecht

113407104

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Friends of Van Cortlandt Park

133843182

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Rose Brewer Gonzalez

Friends of Westerleigh Park Frog & Peach Theatre Company, Inc., The Fund for the City of New York, Inc.

134176426 133916149 132612524 *

$2,500 $3,500 $10,000

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Youth

Gonzalez

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.

132612524

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.

132612524

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.

132612524

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.

132612524

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.

132612524

$4,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Reyna

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.

132612524

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Viverito

Fund for the City of New York, Inc.

132612524

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Foster

Gambian Youths Organization, The

260094193

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Koo Quinn

Garden of Hope, Inc. Gilgamesh Theatre Group, Inc.

200177587 133680874 *

$4,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Gonzalez

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc.

131624014

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Halloran

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc.

131624014

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Oddo

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc.

131624014

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koo

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc.

131624014

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lappin

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc.

131624014

$4,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Jackson

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc.

131624014

$9,000

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Our Council seeks funding to expand our Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue our TroopBuilding efforts city-wide. Series programs are short-term, staff or volunteer-led programs that span four to ten weeks to engage girls in Girl Scouting. We use curricula derived from partners such as PBS, or from our Girl Scout Leadership Journeys--Its Your World Change It! (focusing on taking action to change the world); Its Your Planet Love It!(focusing on environmental awareness); and Its Your Story Tell It! (focusing on developing a strong sense of self). The Leadership Journeys enable girls to reflect, make choices, take action, and determine their own paths while examining various topical areas. Each Journey has been correlated (by grade level) to the new national Common Core Standards and the 21st Century Skills standards, ! as well as to the Health PE, Language Arts, Math, Science, and Social Studies learning objectives. To expand our series programs which are short-term, staff or volunteer-led programs that engage girls in Girl Scouting. To expand our Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue our Troop-Building efforts city-wide. The Leadership Journeys enable girls to reflect, make choices, take action, and determine their own paths while examining various topical areas. E To support the expansion of our Youth Leaders Mentor Project providing youth females with education and training in advocacy, community organizing and workshop facilitation, will act as mentors, tutors and group facilitators to middle school students in our Urban Leaders Academy (ULA), 4 days a week, from 3-6 p.m., throughout the school year. Girls will be provided with access to a summer residential/day camp experience. Funds will be used to off-set the cost of fees related to registering program participants into identified programs for the summer of 2012. Girls will be provided with access to a summer day camp experience. Funds will be used to off-set the cost of fees related to registering program participants into identified programs for the summer of 2012. Girls will be provided with access to a summer day camp experience. Funds will be used to off-set the cost of fees related to registering program participants into identified programs for the summer of 2012. To support Youth Baseball and Softball instruction. To support our 6 month training program, where youth come together to explore their potential as leaders and engaged citizens, and participate in service projects to help their own neighborhoods. To support expansion of our programming in which we employ certified teachers with a minimum of two years of teaching experience to lead our small classrooms. The funds granted will be used to hire teachers and purchase supplies to support expanded enrollment. GO Summer is a rigorous, five-week, full day academic and enrichment program. GO School, a focused academic skill-building program which runs from October to April. To support Goddard Riverside's After School Program. Funds will help fund the education area which offers homework help and educational counseling and instruction. To support the After School Orchestration and students are taught, both theory and practical and practice, rehearse and make their presentation as a group. Funding to support Good Shepherd Services After-School/Out-of-School-Time (OST) programs providing yearround activities during after-school hours at 15 sites throughout New York City. To support our nationally replicated Red Hook Community Center Beacon. It provides year-round, day, evening and weekend activities for more than 2,000 young people and their families annually. Activities designed to promote individual, family and community development include an after-school program; 4 youth leadership development groups; a summer camp program; and events such as the annual Thanksgiving Dinner. To support our group-care program facilities at Euphrasian Hall,where we provide crisis intervention, diagnostic evaluation,counseling services, case management and stabilization for adolescent girls who are unable to live at home. To support for the Groundwork for Success (GWS) program which is a four-year college preparation, youth employment and leadership development program for high school students. To support of our Bushwick Leaders High School for Academic Excellence Program. The program offers inschool social/emotional support, a rich after-school program, and Saturday activities for all young people in the community. To support a program focusing on the participation and development of all of the children through the Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, widespread participation in all of the sports including baseball, softball, backetball and swimming. Funds will be d/b/a Millennium Development used for sports equipment and t-shirts for our participants. Funding will be used to support the year round youth program which provides services to children during non school hours. Funding will provide two full time teachers and aferschool as well as literacy, homework help and social studies. Funding will be used to support the year round youth program which provides services to children during non school hours. Funding will provide two full time teachers and aferschool as well as literacy, homework help and social studies. To support the Canal as Classroom, which will expand the environmental education component to include broader community members; notably 4th 5th grade students from public elementary and charter schools within the noted council districts. To provide services for youth during non-school hours. For programatic efforts such as educational, recreational and sport activities. After school and weekend recreation, social skills, support programs for children and families impacted by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Funds will purchase equipment, rent gym and office space as well as maintain three baseball and softball field facilities. We will also use the funds to pay utility expenses at all our facilities. The purpose of our Organization is to provide a wholesome atmosphere where our youth can grow in their talents and use their leadership abilities to the fullest. We are a Not-for-Profit organization providing Baseball, Softball and Basketball programs for youth ages 4 years old to 18 years old. To provide little league baseball/softball program. The funds will be used on the children of the league to give them much needed equipment, uniforms and safety equipment to protect the kids while participating.

Youth Youth

Palma Quinn

Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc. Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc.

131624014 131624014

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$5,000 $3,500

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Youth

James

Girls for Gender Equity, Inc.

043697166

$10,000

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Youth

Dickens

Girls' Vacation Fund, Inc. (d/b/a Girls Quest)

131954024

$5,000

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Youth

Jackson

Girls' Vacation Fund, Inc. (d/b/a Girls Quest)

131954024

$3,500

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Youth Youth Youth

Palma Weprin James

Girls' Vacation Fund, Inc. (d/b/a Girls Quest) Glen Oaks Little League Globahood, Inc.

131954024 113047106 208679614

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$5,000 $7,500 $7,500

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Youth

Mendez

GO Project, Inc., The

271411019

$4,500

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Youth Youth Youth

Brewer Williams Cabrera

Goddard Riverside Community Center God's Battalion of Prayer Good Shepherd Services

131893908 112412215 135598710

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$9,500 $4,000 $10,000

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Youth

Gonzalez

Good Shepherd Services

135598710

$15,000

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Youth Youth Youth

Mendez Vann Reyna

Good Shepherd Services Good Shepherd Services Good Shepherd Services

135598710 135598710 135598710

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$3,500 $10,000 $10,000

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Youth

Fidler

Good Shepherd Sports Program

111850521

$3,500

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11-3199040

Youth

Vallone

Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey

131641068

$16,714

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Youth

James

Goodwill Industries of Greater New York and Northern New Jersey

131641068

$6,000

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Youth Youth Youth Youth

Lander Gennaro Rose Recchia

Gowanus Canal Community Development Corporation Grace Church Corp. Grace Foundation of New York Gravesend Athletic Association

112498292 111646315 134131863 113019763

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$3,500 $4,000 $5,000 $74,714

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Youth

Recchia

Gravesend Athletic Association

113019763

$75,000

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Youth

Ignizio

Great Kills Little League

136197291

$10,000

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YOUTH

Youth

Koo

Greater Flushing Community Council, Inc.

237006635

$5,500

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Funds will be used for the following services: Classrooms supplies, Gross and Fine Motor Skills, Dance Program, Consultants Services, Trips and travel. This year the Greater Ridgewood Youth Council is operating 7 OST programs, a Beacons, a Universal Pre-K, Councilmanic, YAIP, and Summer Youth Employment Program serving over 6,000 youths 4-24 years of age in the CB5, District 30 area. The Pre-K services 159 4 year olds. The OST programs and Beacon service 100 youth during the school year and 100 during the Summer. The YAIP program services 30 young adults (16-24) for 3 cohorts per year. The funding will be utilized to enhance these programs. This year the Greater Ridgewood Youth Council is operating 7 OST programs, a Beacons, a Universal Pre-K, Councilmanic, YAIP, and Summer Youth Employment Program. Funds requested will be used to opperate a community center in Queens, NY at a New York State armory for the youth of the Greater Whitestone area. The activities available to the youth consist of open recreation sessions, structured session with instruction in various sports like basketball, fitness training and social interaction with peers. To support a Youth Sports organization with an off-season cultural program. Funding will provide scholarships, transportation, league and officiating fees, insurance and related expenses. Request seeks to get South shore families into the Greenbelt with the following programs: Healthy Family Nature Hike, Outreach and promotion will focus on South Shore communities and First Forest Experience. Funding will also fund youth programs such as Marvelous Macreme (Kids 7 and up will learn to use natural materials to weave unique bracelets) and Under the Spotlight (Microscope Investigations for Kids.) The Childrens Safety Project (CSP) provides psychiatric counseling and support services city-wide to children, adolescents, young adults and their non-offending family members who are dealing with physical or sexual abuse, domestic violence or other crimes. To provide boys and girls with the opportunity to play organized baseball and softball in our community. Funds will provide scholarships for families unable to pay the registration fee and to purchase equipment and uniforms. To support the West Fourth Summer Basketball League and the Greenwich Village Girls Basketball League (GBL). The funds will support operating costs of both leagues, including facilities rental, referees, program supplies, and uniforms. To support the creation of a new mural to transform the public areas around the Ft. Hamilton Parkway F train subway station near Prospect and Greenwood Avenues in District 39. This project will engage 15-20 New York City public school students in the research, design and fabrication of a large-scale public artwork. To support of our summer and afterschool apprenticeship programs which will engage youth in the creation of three permanent works of public art and will take place at Groundswells studio. Together, these offerings will provide NYC youth from economically-disadvantaged communities with artistic and leadership development opportunities, structured afterschool time, and meaningful work experience. To support the 2012/2013 summer and afterschool programs. Groundswell will present our Summer Leadership Institute (SLI) between 7/9/12 and 8/31/12. This summer, SLI youth will complete a large-scale mural in partnership with the Brooklyn Navy Yard, which builds on the work completed by elementary school students from PS 307 this spring. This mural will explore the rich history of this modern industrial park. To support of our summer and afterschool apprenticeship programs which will engage youth in the creation of three permanent works of public art and will take place at Groundswells studio. Together, these offerings will provide NYC youth from economically-disadvantaged communities with artistic and leadership development opportunities, structured afterschool time, and meaningful work experience. To support young people in families facing crisis. Funding will be used to develop a Caribbean Heritage Summer Camp serving youth of the greater Flatbush community. To support the Childrens Tent /Day Camp for the 2012 Guyana Folk Festival. HAUP seeks funding to continue providing an afterschool program for immigrant youth. HAUP seeks funding to continue providing an afterschool program for immigrant youth. Funding will be used to continue operating in providing youth computer trainings and to be able to provide small stipends to professional staff members and volunteers. Funds will be used to supplement the costs of renting violins for beginner students and to supplement salary expenses of the music director and piano teacher. The programs goals are to enable young women the opportunity to compete for college scholarships through sports and academics. Funding will help purchase equipment and travel expenses. The HCCI Computer Clubhouse is a creative after-school program which encourages youth to develop skill and build confidence through the use of technology. The Harlem Council Of Elders,Inc. Was Formed To Create A Sustained Relationship Between The Harlem Communitys Youth And Its Elderly. Funding will provide guided bus tours, classroom supplies, student lunches, and program insurance. To fund an After-School Program at PS 125 for students. Students visit the senior center several times a year engage in a variety of activities, including arts and crafts, poetry, reading and music. To fund High Expectations middle school program, integrating academic enrichment and experiential learning to introduce students to college preparation and prepare students for acceptance into NYCs top public high schools. The funds will be served to offer tennis instruction as well as life skills and education enhancement opportunities. To help pay for uniforms, equipment, insurance and other general operating expenses. All dollars will go directly to the children and teens involved in the program. To help prevent drug abuse, reduce the rate of high school dropouts, and combat gang influence. Funds will be used for uniform and equipment expenses.

Youth

Crowley

Greater Ridgewood Youth Council, Inc.

112518141

$29,000

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Youth

Reyna

Greater Ridgewood Youth Council, Inc.

112518141

$10,000

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Youth

Halloran

Greater Whitestone Taxpayers Community Center, Inc.

112791048

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Green Point Spartans Organization

271483069

$4,250

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ignizio

Greenbelt Conservancy, Inc.

133481845

$4,000

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Youth

Quinn

Greenwich House, Inc.

135562204

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Quinn

Greenwich Village Little League

133577081

$10,000

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Youth

Quinn

Greenwich Village Youth Council, Inc.

133301412

$10,000

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Youth

Lander

Groundswell Community Mural Project

113427213

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Groundswell Community Mural Project

113427213

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

James

Groundswell Community Mural Project

113427213

$7,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Groundswell Community Mural Project

113427213

$4,500

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Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Lander Eugene Williams Comrie Williams Williams Chin Dickens Jackson Jackson Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens Dickens

Guardians of the Sick Guyana Cultural Association of New York, Inc. Guyana Cultural Association of New York, Inc. Haitian Americans United for Progress, Inc. Haitian Americans United for Progress, Inc. Haitian Family Resource Center Hamilton-Madison House, Inc. Harlem All Starz Cheer and Gymnastic Center Harlem Congregations for Community Improvement, Inc. Harlem Council of Elders, Inc. Harlem Dowling Westside Center for Children and Family Services Harlem Educational Activities Fund, Inc. Harlem Junior Tennis League Harlem Little League Harlem Youth Marine, Inc.

116003433 113624294 113624294 112423857 112423857 450678479 135562412 562583992 133516262 133731386 133030378 133568672 133076419 133548568 133536496

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$8,714 $5,000 $5,000 $10,000 $5,000 $7,500 $13,000 $4,000 $10,000 $4,500 $3,500 $6,000 $12,000 $5,000 $8,000

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YOUTH

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Mealy Quinn Gentile Koppell

Harmony Music Makers, Inc. Hartley House, Inc. Heartshare Human Services of New York Hebrew Institute of Riverdale

202646094 131656652 111633549 131740456

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$10,000 $10,214 $7,000

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To help keep our youths active and engaged in a worthwhile program offering them self-esteem, discipline and love for the arts. Funding will provide transportation, instruments, uniforms, refreshments and child activities. Funding will support the After School Program and the funds will be used to offset the salary expenses of the After School Director. Funds will be used to enhance the summer camp activities which include educational,cultrual and recreational activities during after-school hours, school holidays and during the summer in two Bayridge locations: PS 102 and IS 259 McKinley. Six special events (recreational and culturally enriching) for developmentally disabled young adults throughout the Bronx- dinners, lectures, social gatherings. To enhance Sports, Music, Arts and Crafts programs. Funding will enable us to purchase participant art supplies, hands on art projects, sport supplies(basketballs, baseballs, hula hoops, jump ropes, etc.) Music instruments(ukulele,guitars,drum buckets)and Music projects(materials to make handmade instruments). The After School program is provides youth supervision through educational and recreational programs including homework help, ESOL tutoring, athletics/team sports, arts and crafts and table games. Funding will support after school sports activities for school aged children. Funding will help offset supply expenses. To provide the Expanded Horizons and Boys and Girls Republic programs. Expanded Horizons provides high school youth with academic services and Boys and Girls Republic serves at-risk low-income and homeless youth. Funds will help support The Sol Lain Athletic Association, which is a sports and recreational program that serves the low-income youth. Funds will be evenly divided to help support The Sol Lain Athletic Association, which is a sports and recreational program and the Boys and Girls Republic, which serves low-income youth. To build upon our Ground-Up curriculum by providing additional design education programming outside of public school hours . To allow us to continue critical on-site supportive services during the after-school hours, for low-income at-risk LGBTQ youth. Specifically, funds will help to supplement salary costs to meet a surge in demand for our services. Funding will support mental, physical and emotional support services and case management for LGBTQ youth. To allow us to continue critical on-site supportive services during the after-school hours, for low-income at-risk LGBTQ youth. Specifically, funds will help to supplement salary costs to meet a surge in demand for our services. Funding will support mental, physical and emotional support services and case management for LGBTQ youth. To Supportive Services Department, specifically to cover the salaries of our Counselors and Case Managers as we rise to meet a surge in demand for our services. Services to be provided include: psychosocial Intake evaluation, individual and group counseling, hot meal, homelessness pantry, family counseling, linkages to onsite HIV/STI/pregnancy testing, and complete wrap-around support in the nations largest after-school program for LGBTQ youth. To support a weekly after-school internship program for Highbridge Youth, where students can learn about Highbridge history and become Highbridge Guides. To provide the Summer Day Camp. Funds will be used to offset transportation expenses buses are used to transport camper and supervisors to recreational, cultural, and entertainment sites. Funding will be used to raise awareness about street harassment, specially we will provide 10 educational workshops to youth in the community and educational materials to all local schools and nonprofit organizations in the given district. To assist the organization to continue offering programs and services to the community and its children. Funding will also allow us to improve our facilities constantly impriving upon what we have and making a dream complex for all to play on. The funds obtained through this request will be used to pay for the renting of sound and light equipment for the production which we will present during the summer of 2012. Funds will be used to suppliment a variety of sporting programs including gym rental, uniforms, security guards and equipment. To provide support for community programming for youth. To expand its Humane Living Program (HLP) to students in District 25, a unique in-classroom program that integrates humane and character education as a way to teach students. The requested funds would be used to pay the teachers and to cover the cost of some supplies for students in our after school programs. HEART requests support to continue, and further expand, its Humane Living Program (HLP) to students in District 18. It is a unique in-classroom program that integrates humane and character education as a way to teach students respect, responsibility and empathy toward all living beings and the environment. To fund lab materials and supplies to support the Science curriculum, including independent research seminars for students conducting individualized research. To support the Rites of Passage (Rites) and Arts Education (AE) programs. Our Rites programs offer an educational healing model for youth self-realization, enabling over 220 youth ages 8-21 to break the cycle of poverty and grow into healthy, independent, compassionate, and self-confident men and women. The Transitional Independent Living program for runaway and homeless young women provides food, shelter, clothing, medical referrals, vocational training, education assistance and tutoring. Funding will be used to supplement staff salaries for shelter employees, non-staff services including vendors, stipends for the youth, and other programming expenses. Funding will provide an evening youth athletic program that takes place Wednesday and Friday evenings for youth.

$5,000

Youth

Ferreras

Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee, Inc. (HANAC)

112290832

$10,000

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Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Vallone Vallone Chin Chin Mendez Chin Chin Garodnick Mealy Mendez

Hellenic American Neighborhood Action Committee, Inc. (HANAC) Hellenic Orthodox Community of Astoria Henry Street Settlement Henry Street Settlement Henry Street Settlement Hester Street Collaborative, Inc. Hetrick-Martin Institute, Inc. Hetrick-Martin Institute, Inc. Hetrick-Martin Institute, Inc. Hetrick-Martin Institute, Inc.

112290832 111666821 131562242 131562242 131562242 200774906 133104537 133104537 133104537 133104537 * * * * *

$25,000 $10,000 $3,500 $3,500 $7,500 $5,000 $5,000 $3,500 $10,000 $3,500

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Youth

Quinn

Hetrick-Martin Institute, Inc.

133104537

$10,000

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Youth Youth Youth

Foster Gennaro Lander

Highbridge Community Life Center Hillcrest Jewish Center Hollaback, Inc.

133015539 111639813 273199988 *

$10,000 $10,000 $3,500

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Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Weprin Crowley Gennaro Ulrich Dromm

Hollis Bellaire Queens Village Bellerose Athletic Association, Inc. Holy Child Jesus Sports Holy Family Youth Council, Inc. Howard Beach Columbus Day Foundation Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers (HEART), Inc.

237204542 111639802 112544381 204279881 412055310

$7,500 $3,500

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$5,000 $5,000 $3,500

Youth

Palma

Humane Education Advocates Reaching Teachers (HEART), Inc.

412055310

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koo

Hunter College High School Parents Teachers Association

133236281

$4,500

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Youth

Eugene

Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy, Inc.

113027538

$6,000

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Youth

Nelson

Imeinu, Inc.

260774611

$5,000

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Youth

Chin

Immigrant Social Service, Inc.

132689273

$5,000

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YOUTH

Youth

Wills **

Indo-Caribbean Alliance, Inc.

272848254

$5,000

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To support our Youth Leadership Program (YLP) which is an outlet for low-income high school students to positively impact their community. Funds will be used for general operating expenses. Funds will be used to grow the Kid Reporter Program, to produce print and distribute free newspapers locally to public schools, libraries, community centers and to develop free teacher guides on www.indykids.org. To support their little league baseball operations. Funds from the will support our programs to train teachers to implement our 25 week program for their students and youth. Programs focus on bullying prevention, development of healthy relationships, and explore body image, health and nutrition and the real world of work. To provide Youth Employment Services (YES) which helps at-risk youth with mental health issues make the transition from youth-funded services to independence. YES offers educational and vocational programming, mental health services, and life skills training. We seek funding for our internship project, which provides a rare yet critical chance for our youth to gain valuable work experience. The Interparish Sports Association goal is to keep the kids in our community is to keep off the streets and develop their skills and knowledge through sports associated programs including basketball. It also provides low to medium income competitive sports envirornment for approx. 100 children ages 5-17 within the NYC limits. Funds will be used to provide free community concerts performed by ISOs student orchestras at Upper East and Upper West Side locations that include Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood House, Wagner Middle School, and Goddard Riverside Senior Center. We will also present a free Instrument Introduction Fair at the Church of St. Paul and St. Andrew, at which children wishing to learn to play an instrument and their parents can meet with teachers and try out a variety of instruments. To provide New York City pregnant and parenting runaway and homeless youth comprehensive residential services through the Inwood House Continuum of Care for Pregnant and Parenting Teens. The program is designed to ensure strong outcomes for the pregnant and parenting teens health, educational success, employability, family relationships and social connections. Funding for Teen Choice (TC), our comprehensive sexuality education and disease prevention program, designed to assist young people in making a healthy transition to adulthood, delay the onset of sexual activity, reduce the incidence of teen pregnancy and HIV/AIDS, and help parents and children discuss important issues affecting their health, school performance, and social and emotional development. TC connects youth to health clinics and works with clinics to ensure that they are providing teen friendly services. To support our Caring Partners program, in which students gain exposure to working health careers, develop relationships with the elderly, and augment staff in providing more personal attention to our residents. To support our popular summer camp program for children aged 4-10. Funds will be used to offset the cost of camp expenses such as space rental, art supplies, field trip costs, and training for counselors. Funds to support Childrens art classes and shows and will be used to offset salary costs of instructor and art supplies. To support an after-school and summer programming in the areas of tutoring and homework assistance, academic enrichment, recreation and physical activity, artistic expression, job acquisition and careerpreparedness. We also have an international cultural exchange program with Ribe, Denmark, birthplace of Jacob A. Riis. Riis Academy provides youth with a safe and stimulating environment and uses curricula that are aligned with New York State standards and the basic tenets of youth development. Activities are age and developmentally appropriate and combine a variety of learning modalities and experiences. Our educational team is designed to represent the diversity of the community we serve. Some staff members have attended our programs or live in the neighborhoods we serve. 74 of our middle school participants meet or exceed math grade level standards, compared to a 65 overall local rate. To support the Little League program for children of ages 4-18. April thru August. Funds will be used to pay for concerts, lectures, educational activities, and opera performances for local youth, as well as production of an annual concert that showcases groups coordinated by local schools, and to offset the expenses of program administration and payroll. To offer youth at KGHYC positive alternatives and education about negative behaviors in which they may be engaged. Funding to begin a Health Fitness Program that strengthens and expands the services currently provided at KGHYC. Funding would provide youth with including monthly workshops on substance abuse and/or nutrition, counseling, and outings to a rented community gym in order to give youth a space to engage in sports and other activities. Funds would be used to continue the Kavod Internship Program (Kavod) at the Bukharian Teen Lounge (BTL) by providing stipends to youth involved in the program. Youth who enter the program are interviewed by BTL staff, given interview preparation and resume guidance, accompanied to an interview with a potential partner organization, and given additional support throughout their placement. Funding will provide youth fitness and weight manegement classes, sporting events and weekends and holiday outings. Funding will provide youth fitness and weight manegement classes, sporting events and weekends and holiday outings. To assist us in our plan to improve Staten Island students interest and education in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)in CDs 1,2,3. Through the JCC STEM Program, students will engage in innovative and hands-on techniques to introduce these more complex areas of study and to learn how to think scientifically. To support JCCRP's Annual Summer Fair and Concert. Requested funding will be used for the growth, continuation and operation of the basketball program. Funds will be used to implement a youth program for disadvanaged youngsters and will provide services such as eucational activities, mentoring, arts and crafts and homework help.

Youth Youth Youth

Dromm James Mendez

IndyKids Inc Inner City Sports Institute for Labor the Community

331129680 542070525 133974310

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$3,500 $5,500 $3,500

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Youth

Mendez

International Center for the Disabled (ICD), Inc.

135562990

$3,500

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Youth

Nelson

Interparish Sports Association, Inc.

202695257

$3,714

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Youth

Lappin

InterSchool Orchestras of New York Inc.

237401867

$5,000

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Youth

Lappin

Inwood House

135562254

$6,000

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Youth

Quinn

Inwood House

135562254

$3,500

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Youth

Rodriguez

Isabella Geriatric Center, Inc.

133623808

$20,000

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Youth Youth

Lappin Dromm

Island Kids Jackson Heights Arts Club, Inc.

133755714 112688282

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$4,000 $3,500

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Youth

Van Bramer

Jacob A. Riis Neighborhood Settlement House, Inc.

111729398

$49,000

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Youth Youth

Weprin Dromm

Jamaica Estates Holliswood Little League, Inc. Jewish Center of Jackson Heights, The

112482609 111681124

$7,500 $15,000

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Youth

Gennaro

Jewish Child Care Association

131624060

$3,000

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Youth

Koslowitz

Jewish Child Care Association

131624060

$20,000

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Youth Youth

Reyna James

Jewish Coalition For Youth Education & Support, Inc. Jewish Coalition For Youth Education & Support, Inc.

273152656 273152656

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$5,000 $5,500

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Youth Youth Youth Youth

Ignizio Sanders Ulrich Sanders

Jewish Community Center of Staten Island, Inc. Jewish Community Council of the Rockaway Peninsula, Inc. Jewish Community Council of the Rockaway Peninsula, Inc. Jewish Community Services Coalition, Inc.

135562256 112425813 112425813 114081036 * * *

$10,000 $5,000 $5,000 $12,000

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YOUTH

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Fidler Ferreras Williams James Gentile Gennaro

Joe Torre East Highway Little League Jose Encarnacion Baseball Little League, Inc. J'Ouvert City International, Inc. Junior Tennis Clinic, Inc. Kassenbrock Brothers Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc., The Kehilat Sephardim of Ahavat Achim

116037753 571152940 113362754 061229839 237183877 113101774

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$3,500 $3,500 $5,000 $5,500

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teaching baseball through coaching staff parents funds are used to purchase euqipment Funding to support Youth Baseball program and will be used to pay for umpire fees and uniforms. JCI Informational and Referrals Travelling Classroom and on going Youth Workshops. We will provide tennis Instruction to Youth between the ages of 6-18 years of age. This is a year-round tennis program that services CB 2 and School District 8 and meets at Fort Greene Park and Pratt Institute. We hope to be able to provide financial assistance to 14-16 students. Funding will be used for After school Kollel learning program, Father and son learning Program and Shabbat Learning Program. After school learning program is provided by educational and supportive staff helping kids with homework such as: writing, math etc. Father and son learning Program is provided to help bond beetween father and son relationship. Learning Program reading, Round up, Questions To provide sports, cultural, educational, mentoring and youth leadership in Southeast Queens. To support our after school and summer programming in Manhattan and the Bronx at local schools. To support our after school and summer programming at PS 536 in the Bronx and to help each program build capacity and enroll more underserved students. To support our after school and summer programming in Manhattan and the Bronx and to help each program build capacity and enroll more underserved students. In Manhattan, we will continue after school programs at PS 11 in Council District 3, PS 102 in Council District 8 and a summer camp and after school programs at PS 191 in Council District 6. Classes offered include Slam Poetry, Rock n Roll Theater, Yoga, Songwriting and Video. Funding will support programming that connects retailers, manufacturers, and licensors of childrens products with local agencies to provide children with free needed items, including shoes, clothing, books, school supplies,toys, and infant care items. The Kings Bay YM-YWHA will expand its Leadership for Immigrant Youth program. The program will assist teens with integrating into American society and their local community. The volunteering opportunities will allow the teenagers will encourage self-esteem and will allow them to grow up in positive peer environment. To support comprehensive model providing youth w/leadership skills, conflict mediation, guys girls group individual counseling, recreation, tutoring, literacy through the arts, computer literacy, SAT prep,job readiness, certification opportunities, college placement financial aid, college trips/tours, GED, contextual ESL, HIV awareness prevention, Youth Market, Workforce developement, substance abuse, and pregnancy prevention as well as case management. Funding will be used towards the expansion and revitalize teen programming at the flagship Palmaro clubhouse, the new (West Bronx)Coudert Clubhouse, and NHCHA sites at Castle Hill Houses and Throggs Neck Houses. To expand and revitalize teen programming at the flagship Palmaro Clubhouse and Castle Hill Houses Community Center. Education activities will include college/career readiness, GED referral, junior staff, and workplace skills training. To support our intensive after-school and summer arts-based learning programs. To support KCSs Youth Community Action Project (YCAP) aims to provide Asian American youth with a wide variety of opportunities to learn and develop through interactive and exciting volunteer activities during the summer. The funds will be used to purchase football/cheer uniforms, football equipment and award trophies for the football, cheerleading and Sports programs. Funds to support the Sunday to Remember/ Domingo del Recuerdo program. The requested funds will be used to cover artist fees, salaries, rent, insurance, transportation, telephone, and other operational costs. Funding to support the Visual Arts program offering participants from the ages of 8-16 years an opportunity to learn the basic techniques of painting, sculpting and sketching. Funds will be used to cover art materials, salaries, insurance, and other operational costs. Little League programming for youth ages 5 - 16 years of age. Funds will be used to teach baseball and provide mentorship throughout the process. Funding will be used for program costs, personnel, administrative costs and supplies for the Greater Heights Youth Program(GH), New Hope After-School(NHAS) and Summer Enrichment Academy Camp(SEAC). Funding will help provide enrichment programing for our after-school children which include french language classes, music lessons, chess lessons and summer camp. Funding will go towards recruiting and training volunteers to support student success and providing parent education programs that unite home and school learning. Funding will provide volunteer training and family education workshops in elementary and middle schools citywide, providing workshops and training sessions. Funding will go towards recruiting and training volunteers to support student success and providing parent education programs that unite home and school learning. Funds to be used for recruiting and training volunteers to support student success and providing parent education programs that unite home and school learning. Funding will go towards recruiting and training volunteers to support student success and providing parent education programs that unite home and school learning. To support recruiting and training volunteers to support student success and providing parent education programs that unite home and school learning. Learning Leaders is currently providing volunteer training and family education workshops parent conferences in collaboration with the UFT and DOE, and at relevant community based organizations. To provide volunteer training and family education workshops in elementary and middle schools citywide, to support student success and provide parent education programs that unite home and school learning.

Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, d/b/a Millennium Development

11-3199040

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$2,000 $7,500

Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification Preservation Alliance Inc

113233233

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Halloran Comrie Brewer Palma

Kehilat Sephardim of Ahavat Achim Kickers Youth Sports Association of South East Queens, Inc. Kids Creative 404, Inc. Kids Creative 404, Inc.

113101774 112988905 753139502 753139502

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$3,500 $22,000 $5,000 $4,000

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Youth

Quinn

Kids Creative 404, Inc.

753139502

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Garodnick

Kids In Distressed Situations, Inc.

133300271

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Nelson

Kings Bay YM-YWHA, Inc.

113068515

$12,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Kingsbridge Heights Community Center, Inc.

132813809

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Cabrera

Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club, Inc.

131623850

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Palma Koppell Koo Barron Dromm

Kips Bay Boys and Girls Club, Inc. Knox Gates Neighborhood Association, Inc. Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York Inc Kwatny Foundation, Inc. Latin American Cultural Center of Queens, Inc.

131623850 133020575 237348989 810606748 112997255 * * * *

$20,000 $15,000 $6,000 $5,000 $8,000

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Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Ferreras Dilan Cabrera Dickens Brewer Cabrera Chin Ferreras Koo

Latin American Cultural Center of Queens, Inc. Latin Souls Baseball Organization, Inc. Latino Pastoral Action Center League for the Enhancement of All African's Future, Inc. Learning Leaders, Inc. Learning Leaders, Inc. Learning Leaders, Inc. Learning Leaders, Inc. Learning Leaders, Inc.

112997255 112862824 133883350 383706437 132658549 132658549 132658549 132658549 132658549

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$3,500 $9,500 $10,000 $5,000 $3,500 $8,714 $3,500 $5,000 $5,000

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Youth

James

Learning Leaders, Inc.

132658549

$5,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Palma

Learning Leaders, Inc.

132658549

$4,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Dromm

Lefrak City Youth and Adult Activities Association, Inc.

113106422

$29,964

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Koo Wills ** Brewer Brewer Lappin

Lewis H Latimer Fund Inc. Life Camp, Inc. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc.

112983131 200814999 131847137 131847137 131847137

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$5,500 $8,000 $3,500 $24,500 $7,000

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Funds to support the Community Empowerment Initiative comprising Home Work Assistance, English and Math Tutorials, Sports and Recreational Activities. As well as the Youth Leadership Initiative such as Back-ToSchool and Violence Prevention programs. To support School/Summer Science Programs for students. The funds will be used to pay the instructor and buy all necessary supplies for students to perform hands on experiments as well all printed material and media creation. To support a demostration project, to address issues of gun and gang violence to at-risk youth. To support Meet the Artist Saturdays, which provides young children and their families a free weekend program that showcases a unique blend of performance, participation and music education. To fund the Poet-Linc, an afternoon poetry slam series which was designed to encourage and develop writing and public speaking skills in underserved youths. To support the Lincoln Center Institute (LCI), to provide invigorating arts programming for students in District 5. LCI fosters imaginative thinking and creative problem-solving skills that help students achieve the Common Core State Standards in English Language Arts and Mathematics. Funds will help underwrite stipends for up to 8 student ambassadors, including high school college students, who will work with experienced retirees we employ, at our Neighborhood/Tourist Information Carousels. Funding will be used to support our Children YES Youth Services program. This program ensures that the children in our community are provided a safe, healthy, and encouraging environment to spend their out-ofschool timeby providing both after school and summer camp programs. Funding will will support LINCs literacy programs which include the Reading Partner Programs, Parent Engagement Programs and Community Celebrations. Funding will support Animal Days literacy trips with PS 149 to the Harlem Branch Library, and monthly PJ Nights at the 125th Street Branch Library which encourages family visits to the library and nightly bedtime story reading. To support a menu of literacy programs in District 7 along with family literacy events that will be held with the Inwood Library, Harlem Branch Library, and 125th Street Branch Library. To provide LINCs Very Involved Parent Academy workshops which will be held at PS 124 in Park Slope. This intensive series of workshops targets parents who have demonstrated a desire to become a reading leader in their community. Funding for a program to teach our youth how to play and use the various musical instruments. Funds requested will be used for salaries for Instructors,Insurance, Comsumable Supplies, Travel Expances, Equipment. To Provide An Organized Little League Program To The College Point youth. Funds will help purchase safety equipment and uniforms. Funds will be used to subsidize expenses incurred for supplies/equipment, admission fees to events and bus service to transport children to trips to cultural events. Funding to sponsor 15 children from P.S. 3 to take dance classes with us after-school Monday through Friday from 3:30 - 6:00. Scholarship kids will also participate in all of our performances, including our Spring performance at the Miller Theatre at Columbia University. Classes include Modern Dance Composition, Elementary Dance Composition and Dance Lab. The Loisaida Hydroponics Studio--Food, Education, Economics, is an indoor educational program that provides a hands-on environment to empower youth to learn about whole food nutrition and growing food; gain technical skills in the growing field of hydroponics; and become active in the local slow foods movement with culturally appropriate foods. Funds will provide teachers and students to experience first-hand the daily life of an immigrant society through tours of the lower east side. Funding will help continue to provide strong arts, literacy, science, health and leadership programs for young girls. Funds will be used to staffing and general expenses. Funding will support the Lower Eastside Girls Club's art, literacy, science, health and leadership programs for young women. Funding will help the Lower Eastside Girls Club continue to provide strong arts, literacy, science, health and leadership programs to provide girls with the vision to plan and the tools to build their future. Funds will be used to support marketing, staffing, and general expenses. Funding will be used to defray salary costs for a part-time youth ministries leader that provides community and youth outreach. The organization will provide an array of education services including homework help, technology and literacy mentoring, and enrichment programs. The funds will be used to support staff salaries and program supplies. The funds will be used to secure rights and orchestration for the shows produced each year, as well as for the purchase or rental of lighting and sound equipment. To support the MTEC Tutorial Program which provides academic enrichment for middle school and high school students in math and science, and will consist of hands-on activities that demonstrate practical applications of classroom instruction. To support the Justice Project which provides anti-homophobia/transphobia workshops for LGBTQ and immigrant youth. To fund Alices Story, anti-bullying initiative, which teaching artists visit a classroom and facilitate a 45-minute interactive theater workshop. Funds will be used to subsidize program costs for schools in order to provide access to all children. To support Alices Story is Making Books Sings anti-bullying initiative Funds will be used to subsidize program costs for schools in order to provide access to all children. To support the Literature at Play is Making Books Sings signature education program. Funds will be used to provide greater access to more NYC schools, allowing them to participate in our program at little to no cost. To support the Literature at Play is Making Books Sings signature education program. Funds will be used to provide greater access to more NYC schools, allowing them to participate in our program at little to no cost. Funds will help build the MOUSE Squad Program to prepare youth to play a leadership role in the improvement of their schools and communities.

Youth

Brewer

Lincoln Square District Management Association, Inc.

133922300

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Brewer Cabrera Dickens Jackson Levin

Lincoln Square Neighborhood Center, Inc. Literacy, Inc. (LINC) Literacy, Inc. (LINC) Literacy, Inc. (LINC) Literacy, Inc. (LINC)

131825918 133911331 133911331 133911331 133911331 * * * *

$4,000 $5,250 $5,000 $5,000 $4,250

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Youth Youth Youth

Rivera Halloran Vann

Little Branches of Borinquen, Inc. Little League Baseball of College Point NY, Inc. Little Sun People, Inc.

134049877 208304163 113081207

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$15,214 $10,000 $10,000

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Youth

Quinn

Loco-Motion Dance Theatre for Children, Inc.

133803693

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Loisaida, Inc.

133023183

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Chin Chin Garodnick Mendez Comrie Eugene Crowley Vann Dromm Dickens Oddo Koo

Lower East Side Conservancy, Inc. Lower East Side Girls Club, The Lower East Side Girls Club, The Lower East Side Girls Club, The Lutheran Church of Our Savior Madison Square Boys & Girls Club, Inc. Maggie's Little Theater at St. Margaret Parish Magnolia Tree Earth Center of Bedford Stuyvesant, Inc. Make the Road New York Making Books Sing, Inc. Making Books Sing, Inc. Making Books Sing, Inc.

134107463 133942063 133942063 133942063 112663842 135596792 111723800 237303098 113344389 134201577 134201577 134201577

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$5,000 $3,714 $3,500 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $4,000 $15,000 $12,500 $5,000 $2,500 $5,000

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Youth Youth

Williams Dickens

Making Books Sing, Inc.

134201577

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$3,500 $5,000

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Making Opportunities for Upgrading Schools and Education (MOUSE), 133973196 Inc.

YOUTH

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Garodnick Gennaro Greenfield Koo Mendez Barron

Making Opportunities for Upgrading Schools and Education (MOUSE), 133973196 Inc. Making Opportunities for Upgrading Schools and Education (MOUSE), 133973196 Inc. Making Opportunities for Upgrading Schools and Education (MOUSE), 133973196 Inc. Making Opportunities for Upgrading Schools and Education (MOUSE), 133973196 Inc. Making Opportunities for Upgrading Schools and Education (MOUSE), 133973196 Inc. Man Up!, Inc. 030553092

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$5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000 $3,500 $72,500

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Funding will support the youth technology support program in NYC public schools, including Robert F. Wagner, Jr. Middle School. Funds will help build the MOUSE Squad Program to prepare youth to play a leadership role in the improvement of their schools and communities. Funds will help build the MOUSE Squad Program to prepare youth to play a leadership role in the improvement of their schools and communities. Funds to build the capacity of the MOUSE Squad Program to prepare youth to play a leadership role in the improvement of their schools and communities. In particular, funds will be used to support key programmatic improvements and services. Funds will help build the MOUSE Squad Program to prepare youth to play a leadership role in the improvement of their schools and communities. Funds will be used to sustain programs such as After-School, Summer Camp, Ready 4 Work job development center and Teen Center. To support its Youth Company (YC), a free afterschool theater arts program for New York City public high school students. The overarching goals of the YC are to help students find and use their own voices, attain high levels of originality and creativity, and gain technical skills in the theater that will prove useful in all aspects of their lives. Funds will be put towards the cost of space rentals for meetings, rehearsals and performances. To provide high-quality music education, dance and voice training at low cost by fourteen professional instructors to children ages of 3 and 17. The funding will be used to supplement the salaries of two (2) of our artistic staff (instructors). Comprehensive housing counseling services for families and youth adversely affected by generational tenancy in public housing and at risk of losing apartments and homes due to eviction and/or foreclosure. The Martin Luther King Jr. Concert Series provides free concerts of world renowned performers to the residents of NYC. Funding will help offset artist fees and production costs. The Center will continue to provide activities for teens during the after school hours including martial arts training, community service and life skills training. In addition, we will continue to provide Civics, ESOL and Basic Education classes for adult, new immigrants. Funds will be used to purchase equipment and other items necessary for the coaches to conduct the seasonal sports activities organized by the MQH Youth Organization. Funds will help support the Hi Jump Program, an After School Program that is open to the entire community. The activities include homework help, sports, art, computers and other enrichment. MTH will provide youth programs in a safe and nurturing atmosphere for the children of the community.One of the services provided is After School Prog for approximately 135 children,grades 1-8. The program consists of homework assistance and recreational component.Staff for the A/S School includes certified teachers paraprofessionals and college students. Funds to support a new play called Solid Ground. Which explores the stories of young people coping with feelings of anger and isolation due to the incarceration of family members, post-traumatic stress syndrome, homophobia, and domestic violence. Funding will be used to compensate staff, and to help pay for production expenses. Our award-winning Young Filmmakers class are making a film which to be used by the hospital and DA to intervene directly in the cycle of gun violence with in-hospital victims, their families, friends and even perpetrators of the violence. Funds will help to secure a venue for the annual performance as well as a video presentation that includes each student. Mekimi will be using the funds to coordinate patients trips, outings, buying gifts, making parties,and other programs of bringing happiness to ill children. Mekimi will be using the funds to coordinate pediatric patients trips, outings, buying gifts, making parties,and other programs of bringing happieness to the ill. Mekimi will be using the funds to coordinate patients trips, outings, buying gifts, making parties,and other programs of bringing happieness to the ill. Mekimi will be using the funds to coordinate patients trips, outings, buying gifts, making parties,and other programs of bringing happieness to the ill. Funding will provide a Film and Video Programming. This program will have students write and film about their enviroment and interact with their peers from different cultures. This year we are enphasizing on anti bullying. Funding for a year round after-school program in traditional Chinese instruments for youth. Funds will be used towards rental expenses, supplies and other expenses. To fund The City of Water Day Festival, a free event held each summer to celebrate the world-class potential of the New York City waterfront To support the after-school and mentorship program to elementary and middle school aged children each semester as well as ESL courses for parents and other services, including an arts program and a playgroup for toddlers. Funds will be used to hire new staff, purchase additional materials and books as well as recruit and train new volunteers to tutor and mentor the students it serves. Funding will off-set the costs of supplies, special admissions, transportation and funiture for the youth after school program. Funds will be used to purchase of uniforms and equipment. To continue to provide our Adventures in Making Music programs and to present Adventure Concerts and Musical Learning Workshops to students at PS64, PS70, and PS310. To support Guitar programs for students at PS232Q which will operate October-June during after school hours. MDC is requesting funds to enhance its Out of School Time Programs at PS 197 and PS 193. Discretionary funds will be used to provide two additional educational trips per year, and hire a science and/or math consultant to provide more enrichment programming. Funds will also be used for professional training to maintain the SAAC license.

Youth

Quinn

Manhattan Class Company, Inc.

133391844

$4,500

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Youth

Viverito

Manna House Workshops, Inc.

132615433

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Sanders Mealy Rivera Fidler Greenfield

Margert Community Corporation Martin Luther King, Jr. Concert Series, Inc. Mary Mitchell Youth and Family Center, Inc. Mary Queen of Heaven Masores Bais Yaakov

112534700 112638417 133385032 111952301 112902382

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$50,000 $16,000 $25,000 $3,500 $5,000

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Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, d/b/a Millennium Development

11-3199040

Youth

Crowley

Maspeth Town Hall, Inc.

237259702

$38,214

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Mass Transit Street Theater, Inc.

136533451

$8,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Viverito Comrie Eugene Nelson Greenfield Lander Rose Chin Chin

Maysles Institute, Inc. Me Nobody Knows, The Mekimi Mekimi Mekimi Mekimi Men Who Build, Inc. Mencius Society for the Arts, Inc. Metropolitan Waterfront Alliance, Inc.

202545574 861122707 550870419 550870419 550870419 550870419 202395035 562343092 134355067

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$3,500 $3,500 $10,000 $9,000 $14,000 $12,000 $8,000 $4,000

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$4,000

Youth

Viverito

Mex-Ed Mexican Educational Foundation Of New York Inc.

113640210

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Brewer Oddo Cabrera Ulrich

Middle School 243M - The Center School Parent Teacher Association Mid-Island Little League, Inc. Midori Foundation, Inc., The (d/b/a Midori and Friends) Midori Foundation, Inc., The (d/b/a Midori and Friends)

208278187 237032781 133682472 133682472

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$4,000 $5,000 $10,000 $16,714

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Youth

Nelson

Midwood Development Corporation

112420752

$4,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Williams

Mildred Forde Young Models

593840756

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Mind Builders Creative Arts Center, Inc.

132988157

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Seabrook ** Rodriguez Jackson Weprin

Mind Builders Creative Arts Center, Inc. Minister,Elders and Deacons of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the City of New York c/o Collegiate Church Ministers, Elders & Deacons of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church, The AKA The Collegiate Church Misunderstood Youth Development Center Corp., The

132988157 135564117 135564117 251916166

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$20,000 $7,214 $7,500 $5,000

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Youth Youth Youth

Wills ** Cabrera Koppell

Misunderstood Youth Development Center Corp., The Mosholu Preservation Corporation Mosholu-Montefiore Community Center, Inc.

251916166 133109387 133622107

$6,000 $5,250 $25,714

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Youth

Seabrook **

Mosholu-Montefiore Community Center, Inc.

133622107

$20,000

DYCD-Y

The Mildred Forde Young Models is a youth group in which participants learn leadership development skills and participate in numerous community activities. The highlight of the year is the fashion/talent show in which their skills and abilities are showcased. This funding request will support core programs, and will support the doubling of enrollment in 2013, for instruction, scholarships and free programs for students participating in our dance, music, martial arts, folk culture, and theater programs. Funds to support and expand the Positive Youth Troupe (PYT) Youth Theater program. These funds would be used to support the core program, and to expand the number of participants from 25 to 50 students during 2013. Funding will provide the annual two-week summer trek, the Venture Prep for Girls and the Hendrick Hudson Troops Association of Washington Heights/Inwood. Funding will provide the annual two-week summer trek, the Venture Prep for Girls and the Hendrick Hudson Troops Association of Washington Heights/Inwood. MYDC requests funds for the Fresh Start Program, an minimimum of 12 months ATI program working in direct collaboration with the Queens District Attorneys Youth Diversion Program for youth convicted of a felony crime. MYDC requests funds for the Fresh Start Program, an minimimum of 12 months ATI program working in direct collaboration with the Queens District Attorneys Youth Diversion Program for youth convicted of a felony crime. To support the Bronx Youth Journalism Initiative which trains high school students on the fundamentals of journalism. Funds will offset staffing and other ancillary expenses. Art, Dance, Homework Help, Sports, Recreation, Boys to Men Group, Girl Talk Group, Money Matters Group, Teen Leadership, Lounge Game Room. Funding will be used to form a better rounded, more positive individual, and help pursue and achieve personal goals. To support an evening youth center Monday through Thursday nights from 6:30pm to 9:00pm providing homework help, arts and crafts, computer training, recreation/sports, lounge game room, and leadership groups. MASK will facilitate community education and outreach seminars designed to increase community awareness of issues related to youth at-risk and we will provide training to teachers and school staff in dealing with issues of students who are in crisis and identifying students experiencing family issues. MASK also offers GED classes facilitated by trained teachers. Funds will be used to pay for outreach materials, and other costs associated with facilitating community outreach and education. MASK will facilitate community education and outreach seminars designed to increase community awareness of issues related to youth at-risk and the issues faced by families of youth at-risk. Funds will be used to pay for outreach materials, and other costs associated with facilitating community outreach and education Funding will support the Heath Center's counseling services, including Text in the City, a health education program using social networks and text messaging. Funds will be used to support the Preteen Program. NCT wil be presenting a production involving youth in summer/fall 2012; the funds will specifically go toward costumes, props, sound and lighting, publicity, set design, rights, and other necessary expenses. Funding will provide mentorship and leadership development activities for adolescent youth in the Northeast Queens community. Activities will include participation in local, state,regional and national NAACP workshops, planning of youth led events, such as our annual tribute to women in March, an SAT Prep course and the annual BACK TO SCHOOL RALLY at the end of summer session. Funds will support NDIs an After-School Program, which brings a full year of dance integrated with music and visual arts to students at partnering public schools across New York City. Funds will be used to offset salaryexpenses of a Program Aide who coordinates childrens and youth programming offered at our Center for Learning and Self-Sufficiency. Programs provide skill-building and educational enhancement opportunties for the children and youth in the community. To continue the availability of the Prep for Success program with the goals of drop out prevention and life skills development. To continue to provide a variety of community events such as Movies Under the Stars and holiday celebrations. To continue the availability of the Prep for Success program with the goals of drop out prevention and life skills development and to continue to provide a variety of community events such as Movies Under the Stars and holiday celebrations. To continue to provide the Prep for Success program with the goals of drop out prevention and life skills development. Funding will support programs and services for low-income families caring for children with disabilities and medical complications. To fund our weekly dinner and Life Skills group for homeless youth LGBT. Funds will be used to purchase food for the meals. To subsidize Troop 20s overnight camping program for youth who reside in Bensonhurst and Dyker Heights. Troop 20 has eight to ten weekend camping trips per year and a one week summer camp in July To subsidize Troop 20s overnight camping program for youth who reside in Bensonhurst and Dyker Heights. Troop 20 has eight to ten weekend camping trips per year and a one week summer camp in July To support our programs addressing urban poverty, with two overarching goals: (1) to meet immediate needs such as providing meals to the hungry, and (2) to offer longer-term education services and other support to help individuals break the cycle of poverty. Your funding would specifically be used for our childrens education programming, including literacy and math tutoring; and college prep. Funding would specifically be used for our childrens education programming, including literacy and math tutoring; and college prep. Funds would support the New York Center for Childrens direct service programs for abused children. NYCCs direct services include forensic/medical evaluations, individual and group therapy, tutoring, follow-up case tracking, and community outreach. St Rosalia-Regina Pacis Neighborhood Improvement Association 112697931

Youth

Nelson

Mothers Aligned Saving Kids (MASK), Inc.

113495018

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Mothers Aligned Saving Kids (MASK), Inc.

113495018

$12,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Garodnick Gentile Gentile

Mount Sinai Medical Center Inc. Muslim American Society of New York, Inc. Narrows Community Theater

136271888 363885457 510167270

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$39,714 $5,000 $5,000

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Youth

Gennaro

National Association for the Advancement of Colored People Northeast Queens Branch National Dance Institute, Inc. Nazareth Housing, Inc.

542166928

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Mendez Mendez

132890779 133176952

$3,500 $4,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Vacca

Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation (NIDC)

133110811

$31,000

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Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Vacca Palma Garodnick Mendez Gentile

Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation (NIDC) Neighborhood Initiatives Development Corporation (NIDC) New Alternatives for Children, Inc. New Alternatives for LGBT Homeless Youth New Utrecht Reformed Church

133110811 133110811 133149298 272151000 237052295 *

$25,714 $5,000 $3,500 $3,500 $1,500

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Youth

Recchia

New Utrecht Reformed Church

237052295

$2,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gentile

New York Cares, Inc.

133444193

$2,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Quinn Lappin

New York Cares, Inc. New York Center for Children

133444193 954502444

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$3,500 $13,000

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Youth

Oddo

New York Center for Interpersonal Development

237085239

$4,000

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To help at-risk Staten Island youth needed a place to turn to for support guidance and to strengthen relationships build community. Funds will be used to hire a part-time Assistant Director, MSW, which is responsible for supervising 3 part time SV observers/counselors, managing the program, conducting intake, supervision, mainaining visitation records, serving as a liaison between the Courts. To help at-risk Staten Island youth needed a place to turn to for support guidance and to strengthen relationships build community. Funds will be used to hire a part-time Assistant Director, MSW, which is responsible for supervising 3 part time SV observers/counselors, managing the program, conducting intake, supervision, mainaining visitation records, serving as a liaison between the Courts. The grant will be used to support the NAACP NYC ACT-SO Academic Enrichment Program. Funding will specifically support 2012-13 program expansion, outreach, recruitment, and retention activity and programming throughout the Metro New York area. The grant will be used to support the NAACP NYC ACT-SO Academic Enrichment Program. Funding will specifically support 2012-13 program expansion, outreach, recruitment, and retention activity and programming throughout the Metro New York area. Funds will support the City Centers Young Peoples Dance Series (YPDS), which will provide afterschool dance workshops to sudents Funding will support City Center's Fall for Dance Festival, which makes accessible various dance performances at significantly reduced prices. Our youth programs contist of Flag Football, Basketball, and Clinics. The funding will go towards supressing the costs of uniforms, trophies, equipment. Funds will also help provide refrees and costs of gym space. To provide after-school programming as well as full-day programs during 20 school holidays, and for 8 weeks during the summer. Funds to support the Safe Schools Program and support services to LGBT youth. This program brings community speakers into classrooms to foster dialogue about LGBT issues and promote tolerance, combat antiLGBT harassment, and support youth and families. These programs will be for after-school hours only. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years in the council member's district during the summer, fall, winter or spring. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years during the summer, fall, winter or spring. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years in the council members district during the summer, fall, winter or spring. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the program schedule. Funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years in the council members district during the summer, fall, winter or spring. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the program schedule. Funding will support free tennis programs for beginner and intermediate children at MS 167 and MS 104. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years in the council members district during the summer, fall, winter or spring. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the program schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years during the summer, fall, winter or spring. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the program schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule.

Youth

Rose

New York Center for Interpersonal Development

237085239

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Eugene

New York City ACT-SO, Inc.

202538102

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Williams Brewer Garodnick Cabrera Dickens

New York City ACT-SO, Inc. New York City Center, Inc. New York City Center, Inc. New York City Christian Athletic League New York City Mission Society New York City Parents of Lesbians and Gay Men, Inc. (d/b/a PFLAG New York City)

202538102 132867442 132867442 800390499 135562301 * * *

$3,500 $3,500 $3,500 $15,500 $5,000

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Youth

Weprin

133049626

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Barron

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$5,000

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Youth

Chin

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$3,500

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Youth

Dickens

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Eugene

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$5,000

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Youth

Ferreras

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$7,214

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Youth Youth

Garodnick Gennaro

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc. New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256 237442256

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$3,500 $6,000

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Youth

Gentile

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$4,000

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Youth

Halloran

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$8,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ignizio

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Oddo

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$4,714

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koo

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$7,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koslowitz

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lappin

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$10,000

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YOUTH

Youth

Ulrich

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Palma

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Rivera

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$7,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Weprin

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Quinn

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$5,000

DYCD-Y

The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years in the council members district during the summer, fall, winter or spring. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the program schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years during the summer, fall, winter or spring. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the summer schedule. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years in the council member's district during the summer, fall, winter or spring. The funds will be used to provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner and intermediate players, ages 5-18 years in the council member's district during the summer, fall, winter or spring. Loaner racquets and balls will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tennis tournaments and trips are a regular part of the program schedule. To support Summer - Soccer program and Winter - Volleyball, Basketball, Indoor Soccer and Badminton programs. Funds will be used to purchase Marching band equipment and instructions, military drilling, uniforms for the poor participants, color guard equipment, organization supplies, camping trips, gangs and alcohol seminars, veterans picnic and christmas parties, for CPR and EAD books. Marching band equipment and instructions, military drilling, uniforms for the poor participants, color guard equipment, organization supplies, camping trips, gangs and alcojol semminars, veterans picnic and christmas parties, for CPR and EAD books, The funds will be used to produce the newsletter, offer academic services and tutoring to youth, and fund group and community projects. To support our Absolute Success College Access Program (ASCAP). The program provides workshops, counseling, mentoring, web-based technology and scholarship opportunities to help students access postsecondary opportunities. Funding will offset staff costs for NYWCs afterschool program at two locations in Central Brooklyn. Programs are open to the community and free. To promote education and good mental health, through training in sports activities and the Performing Arts. Sean Bell Softball League Supplies, Community Event honoring Sean Bell and the Little League Players, Basketball, Travel, Insurance cost, and Other Program Expense, (i.e. food,uniforms,consultants,vendors, etc.) To fund our youth leadership project which will address issues sucg as teen crime gangs and overcrowded and low performing schools in our area that do not prepare our high school students for college or the workplace. To support the Hoops Community Exercise Program. The funds will be used to pay for the cost for the schoolyard usage, the cost for the professional trainer, and the purchase of bottles of water to be given to participants. To support our arts partnership our residency program at PS 63 M includes planning sessions, full program evaluation, and a community sharing/performance event. Funds will be used for teaching artist salaries, program planning, curriculum development, program and to purchase props, music, and art supplies. Youth in foster care are among our nation's most vulnerable. Ohel is committed to providing specialized services including intensive crisis intervention services, integrative treatment approach, recreation and camp opportunities for foster children. Funds requested to give continued support for Dyslexia Afterschool Tutoring Center. Funds will be used for venue rental, speakers, material development participant packets, advertising, direct mail, media, coordination and followup. This Funding Will Be Used To Employ 30 High School And College Students As Program Aids In Our Recreational Programs. They Will Develop Skills Need To Work With Need To Work With Children And Adults With Developmental Disabilities In Various Therapeutic Recreation Programs. This funding will be used for salaries and fringe benefits for Program Director, Receptionist, Maintenance worker and 2 teachers, insurance, supplies, rent, CPA and computer tech fees, and postage related to the Computer Technology and Videoconferencing program. Funding will support the openhousenewyork weekend, which provides free educational programs and access to over 200 important historical and cultural sites. Funds will be used for the organizations youth education work, organizing elementary and highschool students. Funds would be used to support three specific elements of our Youth Employment and Training Program: PUBLIC SPEAKING AND DEBATE DAY, SPEED NETWORKING and SERVICE LEARNING.

Youth

Rodriguez

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$4,000

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Youth

Seabrook **

New York Junior Tennis League, Inc.

237442256

$25,000

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Youth Youth

Weprin Dromm

New York Mayalee Sports Club New York Military Youth Cadets, Inc.

112970755 113581787

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$7,500 $3,500

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Youth Youth Youth Youth

Ferreras Eugene Rose James

New York Military Youth Cadets, Inc. New York Teens Empowering More People Onward New York Urban League, Inc. New York WEB Center, Inc

113581787 383806414 131671035 205620848

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$3,500 $10,000 $5,500 $6,000

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Youth

Wills **

Nicole Paultre Bell When It's Real, It's Forever Fund, Inc., The

208945512

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Rivera

Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition for Sistas and Brothas United Not Just Hoops Inc.

132806160

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mealy

900607202

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Notes in Motion, Inc.

320005633

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

OHEL Children's Home and Family Services, Inc.

116078704

$8,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Nelson

Ohr Halimud - The Multi-Sensory Learning Center

050548204

$12,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Rose

On Your Mark, Inc.

133128315

$5,000

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Youth Youth Youth Youth

Ulrich Garodnick Williams Reyna

One Stop Richmond Hill Community Center, Inc. Open House New York, Inc. Open Space Institute, Inc. Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow

680602829 020540261 521053406 112934620

$10,000 $5,000

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$3,500 $10,000

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Youth

Lander

Osborne Association, Inc., The

135563028

$3,500

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To provide two extended, supported visits to Albion each year, flying as many as 25 children to see their mothers for an all-day visit. Funding will allow 8 additional volunteers (not affiliated with Congregation Beth Elohim or St. James Episcopal Church) to chaperone 8 additional children to visit their incarcerated mothers. To support the 5dollarplay.com project and Summer in The City Theater This project. School aged children who participate with our program will have the opportunity to stay busy during the Summer season by displaying their acting skills in front of a live audience. Our performances are held at various outdoor venues such as amphitheaters, New York City Housing Authority centers, and NYC Parks Dept outdoor theaters. To support the 5dollarplay.com project and Summer in The City Theater This project. School aged children who participate with our program will have the opportunity to stay busy during the Summer season by displaying their acting skills in front of a live audience. Our performances are held at various outdoor venues such as amphitheaters, New York City Housing Authority centers, and NYC Parks Dept outdoor theaters. We will use the funds to organize a soccer camp for children ages 4 to 13. All players are given instruction on how to control a soccer ball, game concepts work on stamina and agility. A professional soccer player is contracted to oversee and implement instruction for the players during the camp. Funds will help offest space rental fees for practices and games, league registration fees, referee fees, Maspeth Town Hall, Inc. uniforms, equipment and awards. In order to achieve our mission, OLPH soccer must support and maintain our soccer field. We are responsible for providing a safe playing environment, grass seeding, sprinklers, field grading, fencing, maintenance, and all other necessities required for a safe and successful program. Our program provides inner-city youth with the chance to interact with each other, gain confidence, selfrespect and the opportunity to learn and grow through the friendly competition of sports. The funds will be used to partially offset the cost of baseball/softball uniforms, equipment and trophies for each of our participants. Funds for a comprehensive program that uses sports and recreation as the motivation to bring youth into a safe, challenging and supportive atmosphere where youth are urged to achieve academically and athletically. Funds will be used for general operation expenses such as salary, equipment, uniforms etc. Funds for a comprehensive program that uses sports and recreation as the motivation to bring youth into a safe, challenging and supportive atmosphere where youth are urged to achieve academically and athletically. Funds will be used for general operation expenses such as salary, equipment, uniforms etc. Funding will support registrations to the various Leagues that participating. Funds will provide uniforms, supplies and trainings seminars for player and coaches. To provide reduced-price and free tickets to NYC children for our shows during the winter holiday vacation and summer vacation. To provide the Shake, Rattle Roll program which is a parent-child academic enrichment program that includes hands-on music instruction on global percussion instruments, map activities, science experiments, and thematic story-times. Funding will support little league baseball and funds will provide uniforms and equipment, a psychical fitness program and to rent gym space. Baseball and football programs will be the specfic programs funded. The fund will be use to purchase uniforms and sports equipment. Funding will provide baseball and football programs. The funds will be use to purchase uniforms and sports equipment. Funds will be used to provide the baseball and football programs. The funds will be use to urchase uniforms and sports equipment. Funds will be used to provide the baseball and football programs. The funds will be use to urchase uniforms and sports equipment. Through the Open Heart-Open Mind program, Partnership with Children provides direct services to students in high poverty areas who are at risk for academic failure and emotional development of students to increasee their capacity to learn and achieve. The funds will be used specifically for the the Young People Moving Power, a project which aims to achieve critical leadership skills and positive youth development among youth who are/have been in trouble with the law. Project ReNu, is a direct service arm of CNUS, which seeks to remove the barriers to employment by working with people returning from prison. Project ReNu assists these individuals with Peer support, Recovery Coaching, Mentoring services; Civic Restoration, and the Young People Moving Power (YPMP) a project supporting critical leadership skills and positive youth development among youth who are/have been in trouble with the law. To provide uniforms for our dance program youth and young adults who parents can not afford to purchase them. To support lessons from the Peace First curriculum which will build peacemaking skills to classrooms using a cooperative learning approach. Providing staff and space support for our education programs. To provide financial assistance to youth first generation/low income to pursue higher education aand Sports leadership and mentorship to youth in the Harlem community. Funds will be used for supply and equipmetn expenses. To support an afterschool program in which we need ipads to help with homework because the children can get their texbook on line. Funding will also to do project research. Funding will support operating costs and the purchase of materials and equipment for the Little League. Phipps CDC provides elementary school students at Phipps Plaza South with enriching educational and recreational activities for six weeks during the summer. Funding will support the Phipps CDC Summer Camp at Crotona Park West which provides elementary and middle school children with enriching, educational and recreational activities for six weeks during the summer. 237259702

Youth

Gonzalez

Our Firefighters' Children's Foundation

542064625

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Williams

Our Firefighters' Children's Foundation

542064625

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ulrich

Our Lady of Grace Church

111639827

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Koslowitz Gentile

Our Lady of Mercy Our Lady of Perpetual Help Baseball /Soccer League

111633520 111666873

$6,000 $2,000

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Youth

Mendez

Our Lady of Sorrows

133743218

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Oval Community Youth Program, Inc.

260877270

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Rivera

Oval Community Youth Program, Inc.

260877270

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Vallone Chin Vann Palma Gentile Gonzalez Greenfield Lander Wills **

Pancyprian Association, Inc. Paper Bag Players, Inc., The Parents as Primary Teachers, Inc. Parkchester Little League Parkville Youth Organization, Inc. Parkville Youth Organization, Inc. Parkville Youth Organization, Inc. Parkville Youth Organization, Inc. Partnership with Children, Inc.

133101081 131972960 020658108 136162741 112204831 112204831 112204831 112204831 135596751

$12,000 $4,000 $10,000 $5,000 $3,500 $7,000 $5,000 $3,500

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$5,000

Youth

Williams

Paul J Cooper Center For Human Services

112245967

$6,214

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Youth

Viverito

Paul J Cooper Center For Human Services

112245967

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Mealy Brewer Viverito Dickens Williams Garodnick Mendez Rivera

PDM Performing Arts Corporation Peace First New York, Inc. Peace on the Street, Inc. Pelham Fritz Basketball League, Inc., The Persaud Day Care Inc. Peter Stuyvesant Little League Phipps Community Development Corporation Phipps Community Development Corporation

753032931 043323467 850487649 133759258 270428302 133700587 132707665 132707665

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$10,000 $5,000 $10,000 $8,000 $3,500 $7,500 $3,500 $20,000

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Youth Youth

Cabrera Ferreras

Police Athletic League, Inc. Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811 135596811

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$20,000 $20,000

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PAL proposes to operate the Summer Play Street Program. Play Street is a summer camp to children free of charge for 7 weeks each summer. These programs prevent crime victimization, juvenile delinquency and other negative youth behaviors in high risk communities. To provide a Juvenile Crime Prevention Program, which include Summer Play Streets and/or Teen Impact Centers in District 21 To support Play Streets which brings all the components of a summer day camp experience to children free of charge for 7 weeks each summer. Play Street activities reinforce school lessons, foster creativity, build positive character traits, encourage teamwork, and develop leadership skills. The Police Athletic League seeks funding to service youth ages 5 to 14 at the PS 214 Center. To provide at least one Juvenile Crime Prevention Program, which include Summer Play Streets and/or Teen Impact Centers in District 11 To support Play Streets which brings all the components of a summer day camp experience to children free of charge for 7 weeks each summer. Play Street activities reinforce school lessons, foster creativity, build positive character traits, encourage teamwork, and develop leadership skills. Funds will support a Teen Impact Center at the CAMPOS House for youth ages 14 to 19 in District 2. This is a safe haven where young people respectfully connect with peers and positive adult role models, including New York City Police Department officers. To support the Play Streets program. Play Streets is a summer day camp and provides activities reinforce school lessons, foster creativity, build positive character traits, encourage teamwork, and develop leadership skills. Funding will service youth ages 5 to 19 at the Webster Center. Programs to be funded are the After School programs; Summer Day Camp; Evening Teen Center; and Summer Youth Employment program. To service youth ages 5 to 19 at the Wynn Center, which include a Summer Day Camp, an Evening Teen Center; Summer Youth Employment; and the Youth Link program. To service youth ages 5 to 19 at the Duncan Center. Programs to be funded are After School for K-8th grade students; Summer Day Camp for K-8th grade students and Evening Teen Center for 8th-12th grade students. Other services include the Summer Youth Employment and The Duncan Centers goal is to support youth achievement in school and to guide youth toward positive and successful life choices. To support Play Streets which brings all the components of a summer day camp experience to children free of charge for 7 weeks each summer. Play Street activities reinforce school lessons, foster creativity, build positive character traits, encourage teamwork, and develop leadership skills. Funds to support Youth programming. The Police Athletic League seeks funding to service youth ages 5-19 at the Armory Center, 216 Fort Washington Avenue, New York, New York. Programs to be funded: After School for students; Summer Day Camp, Evening Teen Center, and Summer Youth Employment.The Armory Centers goal is to support youth achievement in school and to guide youth toward positive and successful life choices. Funds will be used to support Play Streets in District 12. Play Streets bring all the components of a summer day camp experience to children free of charge for 7 weeks each summer. Funding will be used to assist with administration of SUNs youth safety initiative, making safety presentations at schools, to make online on-demand webinars and to continue to provide SUNs Annual Safety Conferences. Funding will be used to assist with administration of SUNs youth safety initiative, making safety presentations at schools, to make online on-demand webinars and to continue to provide SUNs Annual Safety Conferences. Funding will be used for our 8th Annual Positive Influence Inc Basketball Classic. In additoin we will provide three educational trips thru the summer for youth. The program for the STARS Series Program, an after-school program promoting physical activity, healthy living and wellness for elementary and middle school girls. Funding will be used to cover costs of coach staff, equipment and supplies and administrative costs of running the programs. The program for the STARS Series Program, an after-school program promoting physical activity, healthy living and wellness for elementary and middle school girls. Funding will be used to cover costs of coach staff, equipment and supplies and administrative costs of running the programs. The program for which funding is being requested is the STARS Series Program, an after-school program promoting physical activity, healthy living and wellness for elementary and middle school girls. Funding is requested for the STARS Series Program, an after-school program promoting physical activity, healthy living and wellness for girls in underserved communities. Funding will be used for coach stipends, equipment and supplies and administrative costs of running the program. The program for which funding is being requested is the STARS Series Program, an after-school program promoting physical activity, healthy living and wellness for elementary and middle school girls. The program for which funding is being requested is the STARS Series Program, an after-school program promoting physical activity, healthy living and wellness for elementary and middle school girls. The program for which funding is being requested is the STARS Series Program, an after-school program promoting physical activity, healthy living and wellness for elementary and middle school girls. The program for the STARS Series Program, an after-school program promoting physical activity, healthy living and wellness for elementary and middle school girls. Funding will be used to cover costs of coach staff, equipment and supplies and administrative costs of running the programs. Funding will provide a Leadership and Recreation development after-school program for students. Funding will provide a Leadership and Recreation development after-school program for students. Funding will be used to create leadership development activities for young adults and emigre collegiates.

Youth Youth Youth

Gonzalez Koo Koppell

Police Athletic League, Inc. Police Athletic League, Inc. Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811 135596811 135596811

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$10,000 $10,000 $5,000

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Youth

Jackson

Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811

$8,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Palma

Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Rivera Vann

Police Athletic League, Inc. Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811 135596811

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$10,000 $10,000

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Youth

Quinn

Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Williams Viverito

Police Athletic League, Inc. Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811 135596811

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$3,500 $10,000

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Youth

Rodriguez

Police Athletic League, Inc.

135596811

$7,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Seabrook ** Brewer

Police Athletic League, Inc. Police Liaison Group, Inc.

135596811 133690574

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$20,000 $3,500

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Youth Youth Youth

Jackson Brewer Cabrera

Police Liaison Group, Inc. Positive Influence, Inc. PowerPlay NYC, Inc.

133690574 562519776 134045021

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$3,500 $7,214 $5,000

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Youth

Chin

PowerPlay NYC, Inc.

134045021

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Dickens

PowerPlay NYC, Inc.

134045021

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ferreras

PowerPlay NYC, Inc.

134045021

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gonzalez

PowerPlay NYC, Inc.

134045021

$7,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

PowerPlay NYC, Inc.

134045021

$6,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

PowerPlay NYC, Inc.

134045021

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Vann Comrie Weprin Koslowitz

PowerPlay NYC, Inc. Project Hope, The New Directions, Inc. Project Hope, The New Directions, Inc. Project Lead, Inc.

134045021 113327651 113327651 133761446

$7,000 $21,714 $10,000 $17,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth Youth Youth

Lander Brewer Gennaro

Prospect Park Baseball Association Inc. Public School 75M Parent Teacher Association, Ltd. Publicolor, Inc.

261340053 133497284 133912768

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$5,000 $4,000 $4,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Funds are used to help contribute to maintaining and upgrading ballfields, primarily in Prospect Park. Other activities include game scheduling, coordination of umpires, maintenance of website, and distribution of trophies and awards to teams at the end of the season. To fund an Afterschool Program serves the PS75 elementary school community by providing recreational childcare. Funding will off-set the costs of supplies and admissions of various venues. To co-sponsor the transformation of a vital but under-resourced community site, such as a school, homeless shelter, health clinic, community center, senior center, or police precinct. We put high-risk students on a path to becoming productive citizens and members of our workforce. To provide General support for our Arts Education programs. Our programs are designed to expose and encourage Brooklyn students to explore careers in the performing arts and arts education. Students develop and refine skills through rigorous technical training, performance opportunities and mentorship. Funds to support our community string music programs. The funding will be used, specifically, to provide access to quality music education using violins, viola, cello, classical guitars, for students who may not, otherwise, have the opportunity to learn a string instrument. The funding will also cover any workshops, audition prep, or academic prep courses students may need to advance their pursuit of higher education. Payment of umpires, equipment, photocopies,and field maintenance. The program pairs a trained Queens College student with an elementary-school aged homeless child and throughout the academic year, they explore New York. Funding is requested to partially cover costs associated with this program including transportation for mentors and children, access to weekly excursion events, cameras, bookstore certificates, etc. Where theatre inspires learning to bring musical education and appreciation to children attending the program. This program inspires growth and appreciation for literature as a welcome addition to their psyche. Making books sings presentation is a six week part of the regular after school program. The constant and standard offering for the after school program is homework help, remedial math and reading, table games, as well as, arts and crafts. Center and services for LGBTQ teens include drop in center with education and socialization services, workshops for teen and staff in youth centers and schools on LGBTQ awareness and anti-harrassment/bullying education, and an on-line support network moderated by a social worker. SAT and college counseling for youth; funds to be used for staffing of teacher and counselor. To provide activities for teens which include an evening teen center/youth athletics and socialization including basketball, break-dancing, soccer, handball, touch foot ball; employment/job referral; SAT and College Counseling. Funds to support the Journey to Pride program which is an after school program addressing topics such as: HIV and other STD infection, teen pregnancy, bullying, addiction, intolerance, homophobia and more. To support the Journey to Pride after school program to one school in your district. Journey to Pride is a partnership with a school in your district to address any of our topics: HIV and other STD infection, teen pregnancy, bullying, addiction, intolerance, homophobia and more. To support the Journey to Pride after school program to one school in your district. Journey to Pride is a partnership with a school in your district to address any of our topics: HIV and other STD infection, teen pregnancy, bullying, addiction, intolerance, homophobia and more. Funds to be used for Student Internships, materials, and travel expenses. Each semester the Harriet and Kenneth Kupferberg Holocaust Center and Archives at Queensborough Community College selects applicants from our student body to serve as Kupferberg Interns. These students enter an intensive three part program that involves developing a background in Asian history of the WWII period, gaining skills in interviewing survivors. To support a program providing alternative activities to drugs, violence and gang involvement for the community youth. Funds are used for Homework Assistant, Sports, ESL and Computer classes. Funds to support a free tutoring program and sports program. The funds will be used to buys supplies required to support those two programs, advertising, transportation, salaries, sports equipments, etc. Funds will be used to towards the cost of running a youth football organization including but not limited to a weekend football camp for players 9-16 in Pennsylvania, equipment, league fees, and insurance. To support Rainbow's after-school comprehensive services which include Academics, Literacy, and Recreation. Funding will renovate one of our early childhood centers, Rainbow Kiddie Academy. To sustain program sites in City Council District 9 through the purchase of new, developmentally- and culturallyappropriate childrens books for families living in poverty. Funds requested will be used to purchase 4,878 books. Reach Out and Read of Greater New York is requesting support to sustain program sites in City Council District 21 through the purchase of new, developmentally- and culturally-appropriate childrens books for families living in poverty. Funds requested will be used to purchase 2,439 books. To sustain program sites in City Council District 7 through the purchase of new, developmentally- and culturallyappropriate childrens books for families living in poverty. Funds requested will be used to purchase 4,878 books. To support and sustain program sites in CD 2 through the purchase of new, developmentally- and culturallyappropriate childrens books for families living in poverty. Funds requested will be used to book expenses. Funding will support programing services to provide the Eduational training program and youth program. READ trains and supports middle and high school students to provide structured, research based, supervised one-to-one tutoring. READ after-school programs consist of forty-five sessions, combining of one-to-one tutoring with of homework help. Funds will be used to pay tutors and keep READ affordable to schools.

Youth

Mealy

Purelements: An Evolution in Dance, Inc.

205332584

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

James

Purelements: An Evolution in Dance, Inc.

205332584

$5,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Dilan Gennaro

Quebradillas Baseball Organization, Inc. Queens College Foundation, Inc.

450491693 116080521 *

$9,500 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Gennaro

Queens Community Civic Corporation

222183327

$8,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Dromm Ferreras Koslowitz

Queens Community House, Inc. Queens Community House, Inc. Queens Community House, Inc.

112375583 112375583 112375583

$15,000 $7,500 $24,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Ferreras

Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee, Inc.

113146598

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Nelson

Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee, Inc.

113146598

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee, Inc.

113146598

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koo

Queensborough Community College Auxiliary Enterprise Association, Inc.

112037770

$3,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Koo Eugene

Rachel Carson Community Association, Inc. Racing Club Haitien

113368609 260658587

$8,000 $10,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Halloran

Raider Youth Football, Inc.

200111495

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Palma

Rainbow After School Programs, Inc.

133716492

$18,214

DYCD-Y

Youth

Dickens

Reach Out and Read of Greater New York, Inc.

134080045

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ferreras

Reach Out and Read of Greater New York, Inc.

134080045

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Jackson

Reach Out and Read of Greater New York, Inc.

134080045

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Mendez Reyna

Reach Out and Read of Greater New York, Inc. Reaching Across the World Ministries

134080045 113572515 *

$3,500 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Seabrook **

Reading Excellence and Discovery (READ) Foundation, Inc.

134091062

$10,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Arroyo

Reading Excellence and Discovery (READ) Foundation, Inc.

134091062

$5,000

DYCD-Y

READ trains and supports middle and high school students to provide structured, research based, supervised one-to-one tutoring through After-School and Summer programming. Funds will be used offset costs of tutors. READ trains and supports middle and high school students to provide structured, research based, supervised one-to-one tutoring. READ after-school programs consist of forty-five sessions, combining of one-to-one tutoring with of homework help. Funds will be used to pay tutors and keep READ affordable to schools. To support the READ after-school program consisting of forty-five sessions, combining 45 minutes of one-toone tutoring with 45 minutes of homework help. Also the READ summer program. Funds will be used to pay tutors and keep READ affordable to schools. To fund an in-school teacher-training program that teaches public elementary-school teachers in New York City to teach reading, writing, and spelling. To provide youth with the following programs:Teenage Pregnancy Prevention, Gang Awareness Prevention, Violence Reduction, Mentoring and Fatherhood Program. Funding will be used to support RHIs education programs for middle school, high school, and young adult members. This will include educational advocacy for youth who have dropped out or are in danger of dropping out of school; tutoring support for students to progress toward a high school diploma; college readiness or job readiness programming and academic enrichment programs to encourage a love of reading, math and science, and the arts. Funds will be used to advance our tutoring, leadership training, and college support network programs. In addition, funds will also support of annual signature back to school event get Your Mind Right! Support for our students day during the 119th annual Gateway to Nations Native American Heritage Celebration. The funds will help provide artists and educators for the students who attend the cultural event each year. To support our free after school filmmaking workshops for Brooklyn teens. City Council funding will help pay fees for teaching artists who lead our workshops. Teens are recruited from schools across Brooklyn to participate in our workshops. Funds to support the Teens for Racial and Ethnic Awakening program and will be used to hire adult mentors, provide small stipends to teen dialogue facilitators, and general expenses for outreach, speakers, publicity, and supplies. To support our youth program which is designed to impact, empower and impart knowledge to our youth my means of job training, mentoring, tutoring, music and general life application skills. A boys and girls youth sports program.. we have Swimming, Softball, Baksetball and Track. Ages from 5yrs old to 19yrs old. we have in-house programs and participate in CYO and other local sports leagues. Funding would help us offset the expenses for a 3 on 3 basketball tournament for children 8 years of age to 18 years of age. The programming we be a theatrical production for our Youth Theater company. The funds will be used specifically to cover production costs such as licenses, scenery, costumes, and music. We are requesting funding for general operating support needed for our Center to function efficiently (staffing) and program specific support that will include admissions for summer school break trips for youth attending our programs; a basketball tournament(referees, tshirts, trophies); Soccer Instruction; Activity Specialist(may be Martial Arts, Dance, Art); bus travel to take youth on trips; food for youth (i.e. pizza parties) special events that will be held for youth(i.e Field Day held on Brooklyn/Queens Day; Youth Showcase; and holiday parties. Funds will be used to support the Little League through the purchase of baseball, softballs,uniforms, and equipment for the teams. Funds to reinstate our Special Delinquency Prevention/Outreach Program, specifically our Evening Teen Center. The program provides outreach, vocational, social, academic, cultural and recreational services to those youngsters most vulnerable of gang affiliations, school failure and self-destructive behavior. To support youth Educational, recreational and fitness programs includes singing science and sports. To support the Teen Program which helps youth build the foundations for their educational and professional futures while gaining meaningful social experiences. Recreation/sports activities will provide Bronx teens a place to engage in structured social and recreational activities. Volunteerism and community service allows Bronx youth the opportunity to become involved in the community including serving as volunteer tutors to children in the RNH After School Program. To support the Teen Program which helps youth build the foundations for their educational and professional futures while gaining meaningful social experiences. Recreation/sports activities will provide Bronx teens a place to engage in structured social and recreational activities. Volunteerism and community service allows Bronx youth the opportunity to become involved in the community including serving as volunteer tutors to children in the RNH After School Program. To support the Youth Council which provides an array of programs and activities to meet the needs of K-12. Funds will be used for recreational youth programming for Bethany Baptist Church RAAs art educational offerings include the art-based kidsmART after-school and summer camp programs and art classes for children. Curriculum includes academic assistance, visual and performing arts workshops and workshops combining science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) with art. Funding will be used to cover costs of supplies and materials and program staff salaries. Funds will be used to hire a grant writer to develop proposals focusing on Youth development for our disadvantaged and minority populations. To provide a comprehensive education program for the families who temporarily reside in our 84 room facility. These programs include educational tutoring, self defense, art, science, dance, music. In addition we provide family support, daily volunteer activity programs and Camp Ronald McDonald. Roosevelt Island Youth Program will offer Piano and Guitar classes to youth for 3 sessions of 10 weeks per and we will also use this grant to partial fund our free Little League Baseball program. Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, d/b/a Millennium Development 11-3199040

Youth

Palma

Reading Excellence and Discovery (READ) Foundation, Inc.

134091062

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Viverito Brewer Wills **

Reading Excellence and Discovery (READ) Foundation, Inc. Reading Reform Foundation of New York Recreational Inner-City Sports and Recreation (RISE)

134091062 133081223 113168473 *

$7,000 $3,500 $6,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Gonzalez

Red Hook Initiative, Inc.

203904662

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Williams

Redemption Inc.

562550383

$14,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gonzalez

Redhawk Indian Arts Council

133712843

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Reel Stories Teen Filmmaking Inc.

200936377

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Dromm Wills ** Fidler Oddo Gentile

Renaissance Charter School, The Resurrection Celebration Center Inc., The Resurrection Sports Association Richard Willis Memorial Fund Ridge Chorale, The

113550391 113507969 111635113 133949376 116264993

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$7,000 $7,000 $2,500 $4,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Dilan

Ridgewood Bushwick Senior Citizens Council, Inc.

112453853

$77,714

DYCD-Y

Youth

Crowley

Ridgewood Glendale Middle Village Little League

900147560

$12,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Riverdale Community Center, Inc.

132899410

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Riverdale Jewish Community Council, Inc.

133158647

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Riverdale Neighborhood House, Inc.

131740024

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Riverdale Neighborhood House, Inc.

131740024

$20,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Wills ** Wills **

Rochdale Village Social Services, Inc. Rochdale Village Social Services, Inc.

113397470 113397470

$19,714 $7,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Ulrich

Rockaway Artists Alliance, Inc.

113217121

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Sanders

Rockaway Development and Revitalization Corporation

112575794

$21,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lappin

Ronald McDonald House of New York, Inc.

132933654

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lappin

Roosevelt Island Youth Program, Inc.

133077348

$10,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Sanders

Rosedale Civic Association

237283084

$10,000

DYCD-Y

To support youth program activities in collaboration with the Rosedale branch of the Queens Public Library system (2) the financial youth literacy project with seminars and workshops whereby school-age children and youth are educated about money in all forms (cash, savings accounts, checking accounts, credit cards,, debit cards) the importance of having a budget, money management to remain on budget and within budgets. Rosedale Little League provides baseball and softball to children age 5-17 in a safe environment. We want to bring families together through baseball and softball as well as teach sportsmanship, fair play, respect for each other and the ability to be a team player. To provide dance and Broadway lessons to 5th grade NYC public school students provided by a music director and vocal specialists. To provide the RTKids PS Broadway program which will organize a trip to see a Broadway show, a private concert at their school by a guest Broadway performer, and a final performance by students for their school community. To support the Empowerment through Rowing and Academics (ERA) Program, and will be used to cover a portion of the salaries of our rowing coaches who conduct our on-water programs at the Meadow Lake Boathouse in Flushing Meadows Corona Park. Children participate in a variety of activities such as sports, games, arts and crafts, cooking, technology, etc. The children take trips to the local park and movies. Outside vendors are brought in to entertain and/or educate the children (magician, clown, animal expert). Snacks and drinks are also provided. Funding is used to purchase a variety of materials to support the different activities provided. Funds used for sports equipment and uniforms for Basketball and Cheerleading. To support intellectual and emotional development of young women through: an intensive flagship summer program; year long after school educational enrichment; paid service-learning internships;SAT and college prep; and various opportunities for organizational stewardship. Funding will support suicide prevention training for teachers, students and staff in Manhattan public schools. We have created a seamless and positive enviornment for youth that has improved academic performance,social skills,community service,high school placement and other related youth outcomes and has assisted countless young people in reaching their full potential.Program and service components include,job training and placement,leadership development,organized sports leagues and educational, prevention and intervention services to reduce at-risk behaviors. The Cap Connects Program provides children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders and their families with a comprehensive and multi-faceted service delivery system that includes, after-school, weekend and school holiday programs. This program is uniquely designed to meet the complex and diverse needs of the children on the Autism Spectrum who participate annually. Funds to support Sauti Yetus youth program the Girls Education and Leadership Initiative (GELI) and being used to offset cost of youth programmer's salary. Funds to support childrens activities at the Viking Fest/Norwegian Day Parade. The event is held in Owls Head/Bliss Park and is free. These funds will be given to the organizations providing ethnic musical and dance performances and the three re-enactment organizations that provide educational displays and interactive activities. Funds will also be utilized towards funding an exhibition publication for youth about the Scandinavians in Brooklyn. To fund the after-school program which will provide 30 young people with activities intended to build skills in obtaining information, self/peer understanding, social observation and analysis, and critical questioning at all levels. To support the free youth weekend enrichment program program through equipment and software purchases, tutor and admin salary and training costs, printing and book costs. To support the free youth weekend enrichment program program through equipment and software purchases, tutor and admin salary and training costs, printing and book costs. To fund the Seamens Family Day Care program. The program ensures that children are supervised by a trained and licensed family day care provider, receive structured, educational activities based on a set educational curriculum, healthy nutritional meals and snacks. The funds will be used to pay the salary of two staff positions, the Camp Director and the Camp Counselor for the SEBCO Summer Day Camp. Scheduled training sessions and competition in football and other related sports activities. Funding will be used for equipment,uniforms,awards and refreshments for participants. Administrative costs,office supplies,printing and postage. Program funding will support Sports and Culture Days hosted by Sesame Flyers International, to provide youth with an opportunity to experience Caribbean culture through various leadership activities and presentations. Program funding will support Sports and Culture Days to provide youth with an opportunity to experience Caribbean culture through various leadership activities and presentations. These events promote teamwork, physical fitness, self confidence and emotional well being. To provide free weekend tickets for needy children and families to attend The Shadow Box Theatres, The African Drum musical and Free Theatre Arts Workshops. To provide free weekend tickets for children and families to attend The Shadow Box Theatres, The African Drum musical and Free Theatre Arts Workshops. We cater to youths ages 13-19 in the area of education and socialization. Organized activities (e.g.) male and female mentoring, trips,sports, dance, arts and crafts, theater as well as help with home work assignments. Shema Kolainu Hear Our Voices provides center based services to children with autism and other disabilities. The professional staff use art, music and movement as a way to enhance the sessions to elicit speech and language and as a means of communication. Our vision is to provide the best opportunity offered anywhere for children with ASD to achieve recovery.The funds will be used to purchase the necessary art and music supplies and equipment to fully integrate art and music into program.

Youth Youth Youth

Sanders Chin Mendez

Rosedale Little League Baseball, Inc. Rosies Theater Kids, Inc. Rosies Theater Kids, Inc.

521251209 331194964 331194964 * *

$10,000 $3,500 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Ferreras

Row New York

113632924

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Crowley

Sacred Heart School

112202799

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Crowley Levin Garodnick

Sacred Heart School Sadie Nash Leadership Project Samaritans of New York, Inc.

112202799 113633912 133164464 *

$5,000 $3,500 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Gennaro

Samuel Field YM & YWHA, Inc.

113071518

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Halloran

Samuel Field YM & YWHA, Inc.

113071518

$10,714

DYCD-Y

Youth

Arroyo

Sauti Yetu Center for African Women

201209795

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gentile

Scandinavian East Coast Museum

113634793

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Foster Jackson Rodriguez Rose Arroyo Vacca

SCAN-New York Volunteer Parent - Aides Association, Inc. Science Schools Initiative, Ltd. Science Schools Initiative, Ltd. Seamen's Society for Children and Families SEBCO Development, Inc. Service Alliance for Youth, Inc.

132912963 208365360 208365360 135563010 132944013 133354150

$21,414 $12,000 $10,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

$8,000 $8,000

$20,000

Youth

Eugene

Sesame Flyers International, Inc.

112692485

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Mealy Brewer James Williams

Sesame Flyers International, Inc. Shadow Box Theatre, Inc., The Shadow Box Theatre, Inc., The Shannon T. Braithwaite, Inc.

112692485 132725580 132725580 264085306

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$10,000 $3,500 $6,000 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Shema Kolainu - Hear Our Voices

113503085

$7,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Greenfield

Shmira Civilian Volunteer Patrol of Boro Park, Inc.

113260405

$35,000

DYCD-Y

Funds will be used to provide Twenty-four hour per day, 7 day per week rounds of the community with special attention during late night and early morning hours, as well as prime locations such as schools, subway and bus stops, etc. Crowd control at special community events in cooperation with the appropriate NYPD Precinct, and responding to calls for help in the event of a missing child or missing older adult. Program consistes of 10 basketball teams and an instructional clinic for girls in the greater Brooklyn Queens area. Funds will offset gym rental costs and tournament entry fees whcih is bulk of annual expenses. The funds will be used to support our Summer Arts Intensive, which provides an opportunity for at-risk students to gain a comprehensive understanding of the visual arts. In addition to offering full scholarships for all students for four weeks of classes,Smack Mellon provides lunch and snacks; transportation and admission fees to museums; and all necessary art supplies. Funds to be used to provide training in communication to 15 young people annually. It helps them acquire the necessary skills needed to conduct a discussion in a professional manner and to be able to interact with young listeners in discussion of topics such as: Teens at risk, drug addiction, teens pregnancy, school drop out, teenage-parent relation.The funds will be used to pay for airtime leasing from WNYE 91.5 FM NYC Radio Station, to buy equipments such as CDs, recording devices, head sets etc. To provide reduced admission to the museum; and to run our arts literacy and preservation arts after school programs. Funding for NYC Kidsfest, a multi-cultural childrens performing arts festival held in Morningside Park which includes dance, music, puppetry and theater performances. Funds will be used to support Third Street Music School Settlements (TS) School Community Partnerships Program known as Music Instruction on the Lower East Side (MILES), which serves children from lowmoderate-income families by providing music dance instruction in schools and community centers. Funds will be used to provide Teaching Artist and Theatre Technicians for the Institutes after school performing arts program at Randolph High. To offer Academic and College Access, Leadership Development, Art, Sports, and Counseling to asian youth. Funds will be used to support youth programming and include Academic Support, Leadership Development, Sports and Wellness, Artistic Expression and Social and Emotional Support. Funding will support Academic Support -- Enable youth to aspire to and achieve educational excellence through College Access Program, including SAT prep course and personalized help for college application and financial aid; SHSAT prep course; tutoring and mentoring; career awareness and job workshops. Funding will also support the following programs: Leadership Development -- Sports and Wellness -- Artistic Expression -- Social and Emotional Support. Funding will be used to defray staffing costs, accounting fees, and secretarial services for the Youth and Tennis Academy. To offer Academic and College Access, Leadership Development, Art, Sports, and Counseling to asian youth. To offer Academic and College Access, Leadership Development, Art, Sports, and Counseling to asian youth. Funding will support the following programs: Academic Support, Leadership Development, Sports and Wellness , Artistic Expression, Social and Emotional Support To support youth programming including: Academic Support, Leadership Development , Sports and Wellness, Artistic Expression, Social and Emotional Support. To support youth physical fitness activities. Funds to offset costs of start-up expenses and renovation resulting from the gyms recent move to a new location. To fund the After School Tutoring Program and Summer Soccer Scholars program. Funding will support the costs of equipment, materials, transportation for youth (bus rental, metrocards), facility rental, and the SAT prep course. To provide an after-school and summer program which serves youth ages 6-18. Services include homework help and tutoring, technology, social recreation, sports and athletics and youth development. The SQBGC after-school and summer program serves youth ages 6-18. Services include homework help and tutoring, technology, social recreation, sports and athletics and youth development. We also offer specialized programs in martial arts, film club, robotics, SAT and College Prep as well as fine and performing arts. To provide an after-school and summer program which serves youth ages 6-18. Services include homework help and tutoring, technology, social recreation, sports and athletics and youth development. To provide an after-school and summer program which serves youth ages 6-18. Services include homework help and tutoring, technology, social recreation, sports and athletics and youth development. Funding will provide the playing schedule with playoffs also tournemaent teams and practice schedules. Awards will also be given out. To support SEQKWA program operational and supplemental costs Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. The enrichment and expansion of two effective and popular NY City Council-funded programs: 1) the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program, and 2) the SASF After-School Sports Leagues. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth.

Youth

Crowley

Shooting Stars of Queens, Inc.

200019695

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Smack Mellon Studios, Inc.

113375393

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Eugene

Society for Haitian Research, Inc.

113439457

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Vann Dickens

Society for the Preservation of Weeksville and Bedford-Stuyvesant History Society of the Educational Arts, Inc. (SEA)

237330454 113210593

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$10,000 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Mendez

Society of the Third Street Music School Settlement, Inc.

135596825

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Jackson Comrie Dromm

Sound Business, Inc. South Asian Youth Action South Asian Youth Action

133719307 133943630 133943630

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$5,000 $3,500 $9,750

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Ferreras

South Asian Youth Action

133943630

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Gennaro Koslowitz Lander Weprin Wills ** Arroyo Foster

South Asian Youth Action South Asian Youth Action South Asian Youth Action South Asian Youth Action South Asian Youth Action South Bronx Overall Economic Development Corporation South Bronx United Soccer Club Inc

133943630 133943630 133943630 133943630 133943630 132736022 264064041

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$3,000 $7,000 $4,000 $5,000 $5,000 $10,000 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Koslowitz

South Queens Boys and Girls Club, Inc.

111966067

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ulrich

South Queens Boys and Girls Club, Inc.

111966067

$50,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Weprin

South Queens Boys and Girls Club, Inc.

111966067

$6,714

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Wills ** Ignizio Wills ** Chin Gennaro Gentile Halloran Oddo

South Queens Boys and Girls Club, Inc. South Shore Babe Ruth League Southeast Queens Kids Wrestling Association Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc.

111966067 133771342 113827161 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635

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$13,500 $4,714 $9,500 $3,500 $3,000 $3,500 $8,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Koo Koslowitz Mealy Ulrich Jackson Levin Mendez Palma Weprin Quinn Williams Arroyo Sanders

Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports and Arts in Schools Foundation, Inc. Sports Foundation, Inc. Springfield Gardens Methodist Church Community Service Agency

113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 113112635 132633866 112161877

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$6,000 $3,500 $10,000 $5,000 $5,000 $4,500 $3,500 $5,000 $5,000 $3,500 $5,000 $12,750 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

To support the enrichment and expansion of two effective programs: the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and the SASF After-School Sports Leagues. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will provide the enrichment and expansion of the free NY City Council Sports and Arts Summer Camp Program and After-School Sports Leagues to NYC youth. Funds will be used for research purposes and to launch a variety of Youth initiatives geared toward combating alchohol, tobacco and other drugs. Funds to support the Family skills training program to increase resilience and reduce risk factors for behavioral, emotional,academic and social problems in children. Funding will be used for workshop facilitators, materials, informal surveys, post testing, consumables. Funds will be used to maintain our baseball field (including fencing repairs; infield clay replacement; seeding and thatching grass field; sprinkler system repairs; etc.) purchase baseball/basketball/softball uniforms, equipment (bats, balls, gloves, protective gear, etc.) and utilities. Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, d/b/a Millennium Development To support youth programs including 2-hand touch football, basketball baseball, softball and a basketball camp. Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, The funds will be used to puchase equipment for the various activities. d/b/a Millennium Development Funds are used to continue to provide recreational, after-school, team-building, and sports activities. Typically equipment and uniforms are purchased through awarded funding. Youth Basketball league developed for ages 5 to 18 years of age Funding will provide a sports program for youth between the ages of 4 through 18, including soccer and girls volleyball. The funds will be used to rent space and buy equipment for the children. To support the IMPACT program ,a leadership training program for high school youth. IMPACT helps youth to identify and employ leadership skills, promote positive social values, embrace volunteerism,advocate a respect for diversity, and endorse community involvement. Funds will be used to pay for staffing expenses, supplies and outreach materials. To support the IMPACT program ,a leadership training program for high school youth. IMPACT helps youth to identify and employ leadership skills, promote positive social values, embrace volunteerism,advocate a respect for diversity, and endorse community involvement. Funds will be used to pay for staffing expenses, supplies and outreach materials. Funds will be used to support youth programming and will be used to offset operational costs such as rent. In addition funds will be used for youth participation in sporting programs, leagues and events. To support the Council for the Arts program. The discretionary funds will be used to defer the costs of the designing and printing of advertising materials, which include brochures, postcards, and posters. The requested funds will be used for our Developmental Basketball program, where children from Kindergarten through 2nd grade learn the fundamentals of basketball. Our Competitive Program where children in grades 3 through 8 practice and compete against other teams. The funds will be used specifically to pay for our permit/gymnasium rental fee for PS 193. To provide youth activities to the community at large. Funds will be used to offset the utility costs of providing these programs. Basketball, baseball, softball and track programs require equipment and registration fees, as well as rent for facilities used for practice and competition. To provide a safe environment for children to learn and participate in the Basketball, Baseball, volleyball, girl scouts, dance and guitar lessons. Funds will be used to help with League fees, Uniforms and equipment. Boys and Girls Basketball, Baseball (Boys only), Softball (Girls only), Volleyball (Girls only), Soccer (Boys and Girls), Track (Boys and Girls), Cheerleading (Girls only). The funding helps us provide intramural and league basketball, soccer and volleyball. It also helps us provide for our cheerleading team. Funding helps us with league fees, team uniforms and equipment, as well as other costs. To support Connect for Success. The goal of the program is to help highly at-risk 9th and 10th grade students overcome social, academic, family, and other barriers to attending school and to provide them with the supports to enable them to earn credits and graduate high school. The program will provide leadership, recreational, cultural and educational activities for the youyth of Cooper Park Houses (NYCHA). Funds to be used to cover expenses for the Imagine U Summer Day Camp. The funding will be used for afterschool, out-of-school time and summer programming to support academic success and positive youth development, and foster a love of learning. 11-3199040 113199040

Youth

Greenfield

St. Athanasius Youth Program, Inc.

112773596

$20,823

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Fidler Fidler Gentile Vallone

St. Bernard Roman Catholic Church St. Columba Youth Council St. Ephrem Youth Program, Inc. St. Francis of Assisi Roman Catholic Church

111984544 112220139 113210176 111825075

$2,500 $2,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

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$3,500 $10,000

Youth

Lander

St. Francis Xavier Parish

113414369

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

St. Francis Xavier Parish

113414369

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Dromm

St. Joan of Arc

111675278

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

James

St. Joseph's College

111733439

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Halloran

St. Luke's Roman Catholic Church

111954969

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Oddo Crowley Van Bramer Crowley

St. Margaret Mary St. Margaret's Sports Association St. Mary's Winfield Youth League St. Matthias Sports Association

132693090 111723800 111633501 111685926

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$4,500 $8,500 $3,500 $8,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Gennaro

St. Nicholas of Tolentine

111714878

$7,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth

Reyna Reyna Barron Gentile

St. Nick's Alliance Corporation St. Nick's Alliance Corporation St. Paul's Community Baptist Church

510192170 510192170 112453951

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$20,000 $10,000 $20,000 $43,714

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

St. Rosalia-Regina Pacis Neighborhood Improvement Association, Inc. 112697931

YOUTH

Youth

Gonzalez

St. Rosalia-Regina Pacis Neighborhood Improvement Association, Inc. 112697931

$15,000

DYCD-Y

Funding will be used for afterschool and out-of-school time programming to support academic success and positive youth development. Programming includes homework help, test prep, creative writing, interactive science and math learning, technology, cultural arts, fitness, and recreation. Our organization will provide sports programs to the children of our community. The basketball program introduces the participants to the sports from the intramural level to the senior teen program. The Funds will be use to rent the Gyms and buy equipment as needed to instruct each sport Funding will support the Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center after school program that provides communitybased and educational care for children. Request funds for community-based after school program in Isaacs Houses/Holmes Towers serving children with enriched and creative learning activities after school. After school program for children, will offer muscial theater and arts activities for enrichment of program and enhance literacy through reading and writing lyrics and skits, reinforce confidence and build teamwork through performances and support creative development through art. Funds will support 2 specialists for program. Funding will provide Football league equipment for the league - conditioning of old equipment; purchasing of new equipment - helmets, shoulder pads, hip, thigh and knee pads, football jerseys and pants. Funding will provide Football league equipment for the league - conditioning of old equipment; purchasing of new equipment - helmets, shoulder pads, hip, thigh and knee pads, football jerseys and pants. Through this program we provide FREE ice skating and ice hockey instruction to over 100 youths on Staten Island. Through this program we provide FREE ice skating and ice hockey instruction to over 100 youths on Staten Island. Funding will help facilitate a little league baseball program. Funds will offset utility bills for providing the program. The requested funds will be used to offset the cost of equipment. Due to damage and stress on football equipment some equipment needs to be either reconditioned yearly or replaced eniterly. We purchase new uniform jerseys for each player every year the child keeps. The requested funds will be used to offset the cost of equipment. Due to damage and stress on football equipment some equipment needs to be either reconditioned yearly or replaced eniterly. We purchase new uniform jerseys for each player every year the child keeps. To Promote Teach, Organize, And Introduce The Sport Of Basketball To Youths Through Camps Designed To Develop Their Character Through Basketball. Funding will provide Coaches And Recreational Specialist To Instruct Youth. STREB requests funding to support both the companys Teen Action Club and a new program, Tween Action Club. Both programs offer young people skill building and social networking experiences. Funding will support staffing expenses, and supplies. To support enrichment and test prep classes and offer guidance to students through our Grade 3-8 and High School Programs. Funding will be used for instructional supplies, testing materials, liability insurance, and transportation. To support enrichment and test prep classes and offer guidance to students through our Grade 3-8 and High School Programs. Funding will be used for instructional supplies, testing materials, liability insurance, and transportation. To Help Kids In Need And Provide A Great Place To Be And Go Camping And Do Commuinty Service. Funds wll help Buy Equipment And Uniforms. After-School program: PS 373 Special Needs Off-Site School at PS 58 is a school where children often have difficulties communicating. Sundogs Theatre provides the opportunity to learn verbal non-verbal communication through play-acting, movement and group activities. The lessons are based on popular childrens books that are connected to curricular themes. To support our youth services which helps young people discover and develop their own talents and ultimately achieve their own educational and career goals. After-school instructors provide students with academic assistance. Our Work Readiness Program serves youth, helping them develop resumes and search for jobs. The College Readiness Program enables young people who are disadvantaged in the college application process to gain access to and succeed in higher education. Our organization is a community based marching band whose membership includes is open to all boys and girls which teaches basic fundamentals of music, offers the ability of its members to practice and play a variety of instruments and allows for its members the opportunity to showcase their talents. To provide affordable swim programs to families and low to no cost swim lessons to those who can not afford them. To provide affordable swimming programs for youth and their families. To provide young people of diverse backgrounds the opportunity to explore musical theater together in an educational, supportive and professional environment. The members of the Ensemble also receive an array of free training. To provide young people of diverse backgrounds the opportunity to explore musical theater together in an educational, supportive and professional environment. The members of the Ensemble also receive an array of free training. To provide young people of diverse backgrounds the opportunity to explore musical theater together in an educational, supportive and professional environment. The members of the Ensemble also receive an array of free training. To provide young people of diverse backgrounds the opportunity to explore musical theater together in an educational, supportive and professional environment. The members of the Ensemble also receive an array of free training.

Youth

Crowley

St. Stanislaus Athletic Association

111981305

$8,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Garodnick Lappin

Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc.

132572034 132572034

$15,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Viverito

Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc.

132572034

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ignizio

Staten Island Boys Football League, Inc.

237167904

$7,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Oddo Ignizio Oddo Oddo Ignizio

Staten Island Boys Football League, Inc. Staten Island Ice Hockey Association, Inc. Staten Island Ice Hockey Association, Inc. Staten Island Little League Staten Island Pee Wee Football League

237167904 132939069 132939069 136162802 136159734

$5,000 $4,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

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$5,000 $4,500

Youth

Oddo

Staten Island Pee Wee Football League

136159734

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Rose

Staten Island Rising Stars

651321528

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Streb, Inc.

133268549

$10,214

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Summer on the Hill

651232087

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Jackson Reyna

Summer on the Hill Sun of Justice Cadets, Inc.

651232087 261432017 *

$3,500 $2,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Ignizio

Sundog Theatre, Inc.

450476945

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Van Bramer

Sunnyside Community Services Center, Inc.

510189327

$40,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Van Bramer

Sunnyside Drum Corps, Inc.

112715699

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Sanders Koo Lappin

Swim Strong Foundation, Inc. Swim Strong Foundation, Inc. TADA! Theater and Dance Alliance, Inc.

371526132 371526132 133311294 *

$6,714 $8,000 $4,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Jackson

TADA! Theater and Dance Alliance, Inc.

133311294

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

TADA! Theater and Dance Alliance, Inc.

133311294

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Quinn

TADA! Theater and Dance Alliance, Inc.

133311294

$10,000

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Koslowitz

Taft Institute for Government

131953096

$3,500

DYCD-Y

This program will work with teachers from Forest Hills and Townsend Harris High Schools to develop and implement curriculum in the form of a simulation of the process of nominating US Presidential candidates for the 2012 election, on the events of 9/11/2001, and on the conflict in the Middle East. To support classes in rhythmic gymnastic, ballet and other dances for children in the community. Funds will be repaid to voluntary teachers, insurance premium, administrative and printing expenses, rental of site as well as utilities were paying out. Funds will help cover staffing costs for their physical youth afterschool program. Tanimas Activities are aimed at keeping our Youths involved in a Positive and Supportive environment. Funds will be used to cover staffing expenses for the youth program. Funds will be used to hold trainings and workshops, as well as pay our therapists who educate the parents and children. In addition, we need funds to host a location for these programs. The program will provide free private and small group instruction to under-served and at-risk youth in the community who do no have access to the technology tools, computer equipment, resources, or skills. Funding is also needed to purchase batting cages,helmets,baseballs and regulation bats for ages 9-17 for The League, which provides clinics and training workshops for age groups 9-17 and provide umpire and team coach training workshops in keeping with The New York Federated League rules & regulations. To fund Telem Camp, a 3-day overnight camp experience for children, who would not otherwise enjoy a sleepaway camp experience. Campers participate in sports, arts and educational workshops. School supplies, after school activities, game sports, equipment, and family activities in the community( bbq, Bergen Basin Community Development Corp, Picnics etc.). d/b/a Millennium Development The funds is to be used in two areas of programing. Garifuna dance, African dance Folkloric dances of the caribbean. Arts-in-EducationRights-of-Passage for ages 6-18 years of age. The funds would be used to produce a video on preventing bullying to be distributed to every school on Staten Island and to be shown on CTV. The funds will be used to pay stipends to actors, a coordinating/facilitator, a videographer, script writer, duplications, postage, insurance. Funds will be used to support mentoring programs for teens at risk and summer programs. To continue our academic enhancement program. We provide assistance to children ages 8 to 18 with reading, writing, test taking skills, SAT prep and Regents prep. Funds will be used for staff salaries, teaching materials, snacks and incentives for the participants. To support youth, family, and community-building services and programs including SchoolFEST, Go Green! Greenpoint Earth Day festival; chess tournaments, family film screenings and varied family community events including an Easter Egg Hunt, Pumpkin Day, Children's Halloween Parade, and Santa Parade. Funds will be used for program expenses including to supplies, equipment purchases, and staffing fees. To support the afterschool program serving very low-income children from Kindergarten through 6th grade. Funds will be used to buy basic materials and pay for other recurring program costs. Trucks Roundball Classic, Inc. will be providing competitive basketball teams for kids ages 8-18. Funding will be used for uniforms, basketballs, nets and 1st 2nd place trophies for each division. To support our wide ranging Community Programs with music lessons and classes each year. The programs include the Hear it Now! Concert Series, The Saturday Music Project and Tuition Assistance for any student in financial need. To provide ecology programming for students to explore the nature of their neighborhood. Content will include urban ecology, animal behavior, botany, and urban design. Funds will be used to purchase scientific equipment and necessary tools for the implementation of this program. The goal of the program is to provide an opportunity for teenagers to interact with one another and develop the social skills needed to succeed in todays world. Funds are being used solely for out of school time activities or other proper purposes. To provide drug abuse prevention, health education and mental health services to youth in the Hunts Point/Longwood community. To provide drug abuse prevention, health education and mental health services to youth in the Hunts Point/Longwood community. Funds will help operate evening programs for young adolescents 10-17 years of age and provide movies in the park for the community in the three parks within community board three. Life-skills activities to include education, recreation and cultural activities for youth after-school and out-ofschool time. Funding will help to hire staff and pay DOE rental costs for the use of the school building. To provide skills to help young people grow responsibly. Funds will increase the number of youth enrolled in the summer component at P.S.18 and hiring additional staff to be in compliance with DOH. Funds will be used to offset operating costs of the Group Mentoring Program Funds will be used to support an After School Tutoring (AST) program which includes paying for the space rental cost, staffs salary and tutoring instructor to look after students after their school hour. In addition, the grants will also be used for expenses of equipments, supplies and activities to develop leadership skill for a group of Boy Scout youths. To fund an after school program for low income families and ESL youths. To provide After-school services for children and youth, sports services for children, community forums for adults on educational and community services. Funding will support the rich array of UTAs quality arts-educational and cultural programs we offer to underserved Staten Island youth. These signature programs include sewing, visual arts, music, vocal and dance instruction, as well as our annual Staten Island JAZZ Festival. Funding will support teaching artit salaries, supplies and materials, and relevant operating costs associated with the implementation the aforementioned offerings. 11-3199040

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Koo Cabrera Rivera Greenfield Foster

Taiwan Center, Inc. Tanima Productions, Inc. Tanima Productions, Inc. Teach Our Children TechLINC Project Inc., The

112857501 133780465 133780465 272763109 134358769 * * * *

$6,000 $5,000 $35,000 $3,500 $10,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Gentile

Ted Meyerstein Baseball League, Inc.

202500807

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Foster Fidler Seabrook ** Oddo Lander Williams

Telem Center For The African Child Inc. Temple Sholom of Flatbush Theatre International, Inc. Theatre Rehabilitation for Youth, Inc. Together We Are Top Development Corporation

274545501 111875161 133180793 112685724 270213447 113409359 * * * * *

$3,500 $5,000 $13,714 $2,000 $5,000 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Town Square, Inc.

562489014

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Viverito Rose Lappin

Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Church of Manhattan Trucks Roundball Classic Inc. Turtle Bay Music School

133342240 611676852 131775772 * *

$8,000 $5,000 $7,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Chin

Two Bridges Neighborhood Council Inc.

136222626

$4,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Nelson Arroyo Palma Ignizio Oddo

Union of Orthodox Jewish Congregations of America Unitas Therapeutic Community, Inc. Unitas Therapeutic Community, Inc. United Activities Unlimited, Inc. United Activities Unlimited, Inc.

135623717 132892894 132892894 132921483 132921483

$8,500 $15,000 $25,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

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$52,000 $39,000

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Rose Sanders Greenfield Greenfield Seabrook **

United Activities Unlimited, Inc. United Black Men of Queens Foundation, Inc. United Chinese Association of Brooklyn United Talmudical Academy of Boro Park Unity Neighborhood Center, Inc.

132921483 112623993 371469112 237359018 134085654

$37,000 $20,000 $20,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

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$10,000 $23,000

Youth

Rose

Universal Temple of the Arts

133335286

$5,500

DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

James

University Settlement Society of New York

135562374

$7,500

DYCD-Y

Funding will be used to develop and facilitate a youth basketball league for middle and high school-aged residents. More specifically, funding will support the basketball leagues expenses, including purchase of uniforms and equipment, referee and score keepers fees, as well as trophies and plaques for participating teams and individuals. Funds are requested for our Net Gain program for high school students. Urban Dove's Net Gain program provides 17 public high schools in Manhattan, all of which lack their own gymnasiums, with free court space so that they can field after-school varsity basketball teams. Funds are used to both secure the private gym space and to fund a part-time staff member to coordinate all of the schedules for the schools. To support our HiRisers Summer Camp program for children of East Harlem. This camp will also provide summer jobs for high school students, providing them with important job and leadership training and experience, and keeping them positively engaged during throughout the summer. To assist youth , focuses on the provision of academic skills building and homework assistance during the school year and during the summer months. To support our summer program participating in recreational activities. During the school year the children may attend the recreation program at St. Teresas School in on Friday evenings. They will have the opportunity to play basketball, board games,and arts and crafts. To provide organized baseball to boys age 10 through 15. Funds will help purchase uniforms. To provide the Out-of-School Time, after-school youth program which includes academic enrichment, prevocational, work readiness, healthy living and employment related services at VISIONS at Selis Manor Community Center. Funding will support after-school programming, summer work experience training and intergenerational programs for blind and visually-impaired youth. To provide the Out-of-School Time, after-school youth program which includes academic enrichment, prevocational, work readiness, healthy living and employment related services at VISIONS at Selis Manor Community Center. Funding will support after-school programming, summer work experience training and intergenerational programs for blind and visually-impaired youth. To make creative writing workshops and culminate in a final reading or publication. Voices UnBroken will expand our workshops to two new sites for youth who are involved in the juvenile justice system. To Fund the The Dance Therapy program at Volunteers of America Staten Island Early Learning Center enhances this program which serves preschool aged children with special needs. The Music Therapy program also provides each child who will have the opportunity to explore various musical instruments, sing and dance and learn from the relationships that develop through shared musical experiences. To support a keystone of our Cook for Kids programming: the WITS Labs. Cook for Kids places a professional chef (most of whom are recent culinary school graduates) in each school kitchen for twenty-five hours a week to work with the students, kitchen staff, and school administration.b features a key ingredient (ex. greens or apples) that the students learn about and then make a recipe with. Colorful brochures with several recipes and nutrition facts are then sent home with students to share their knowledge and new skills with their families The Community Gymnastics Program offers classes in gymnastics and health workshops for children. Funding will help with salary expenses, supplies costs, liability insurance, and rental space expenses. Funds will be used for operating expense for WIADCA and its year round traditional Youth Headpiece Design Workshop. To provide A Safe, Organized And Instructional Baseball And Softball Program For Boys And Girls The funding will be used toward the expenses for the The Taste of Broadway program, a motivational program for the youth to reward them for their academic achievements, and to act as a drop out prevention program. To fund a family focused arts and crafts festival in District 6 for students and their families. To support the agencys enhanced Childrens Services, which provide preschoolers, school-age children and youth affected by homelessness and substance abuse with educational support and prevention services.Through its therapeutic child care program, WIN provides preschoolers with on-site child care as well as developmental assessments and referrals to specialized services, educational support, both after school and through a summer education program. Funds will be used to support the youth soccer program and will be used for uniforms, cleats, and insurance. To provide additional services to Woodycrest Center for Human Dev. (WCHD) Out-of-School Time (OST) Program which will encourage students to develop skills in Dance/drama, music and sports. To sponsor a 2 hour narrated Hidden Harbor Boat Tour of the NY/NJ Harbors for to high school students from CD3. The purpose of the boat tour is to introduce the students to the importance of our working harbors on our local/global economy and the types of jobs afforded in the maritime industry. Funds will be used to purchase uniforms, equipment, and the various supplies needed to run a Little league program. Funds will be used to purchase uniforms, equipment, and the various supplies needed to run a Little league program. Children with various disabilities (Down syndrome, Cerebral Palsy) often have other medical conditions such as visual impairments/low vision. These students may require special classroom devices in order to teach basic visual skills as well as more complex visual-motor and visual perceptual skills. Funds from this grant will be used to purchase a Light Box Table and other low tech vision materials. The use of the light box will provide practice in the performance of basic visual skills, eye-hand coordination tasks and beginning matching and discrimination exercises. unding will be used for YVYs Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) Program for children who have been diagnosed with autism/pervasive developmental disorder (PDD). Provide remedial education and recreational activities for children with proper supervision. Provide remedial education and recreational activities for children with proper supervision.

Youth

Quinn

Urban Dove, Inc., The

133997718

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Viverito Vann Van Bramer Oddo Chin Garodnick Gonzalez Mendez Palma

Urban Dove, Inc., The Vannguard Urban Improvement Association, Inc. Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queens, Inc. Verrazano Babe Ruth League VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired Voices Unbroken

133997718 112442042 116014770 133706931 131624210 131624210 131624210 131624210 753077676 * * *

$6,500 $29,714 $5,000 $6,000 $4,000 $3,500 $5,714 $4,500 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Ignizio

Volunteers of America-Greater New York

581959781

$7,500

DYCD-Y

Youth

Lander

Wellness in the Schools, Inc.

251919494

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Jackson James Oddo Brewer Brewer

Wendy Hilliard Foundation, The West Indian American Day Carnival Association, Inc. West Shore Little League West Side Cultural Center Wingspan Arts, Inc.

133879321 237176396 133425081 133458189 134189808

$5,000 $7,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

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$6,500 $3,500 $3,500

Youth

Viverito

Women in Need, Inc.

133164477

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Ulrich Foster

Woodhaven Intramural Soccer Club Woodycrest Center for Human Development, Inc.

113141759 133184179

* *

$5,000 $14,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Quinn

Working Harbor Committee, Inc.

203396037

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Crowley Ulrich

Works Little League, Inc. Works Little League, Inc.

112949074 112949074

* *

$5,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Gentile

YAI/New York League for Early Learning

112513824

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Lander Greenfield Levin

Yeled VYalda Early Childhood Center Inc Yeshivath Kehilath Yakov Yeshivath Kehilath Yakov

113050340 116003354 116003354

* * *

$6,500 $10,000 $10,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth

Gentile

Young Dancers in Repertory, Inc.

112799128

$1,500

DYCD-Y

YDR is requesting funds to support a series of 12 performances and dance demonstrations to be presented for free to children at schools, after school programs and parks, and to seniors at senior centers nursing homes in Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification Council District 43. Fund will support artist fees for performance and rehearsal,production fees, costumes and Preservation Alliance Inc promotion costs. Funds will support YDRs Center for Dance Studies classes for children in modern dance, ballet and contemporary dance forms, ages 3 to 18. DR provides affordable programs, including scholarships and financial aid. Students also have the opportunity to audition for the Teenage Dance Ensemble and perform at free community venues. Funding used for artists fees, space rental, printing and promotional cost. Funds will help purchase baseball equipment and entertainment - Bands, singers, clowns Trips - busses, tickets to event Our Sara Domb Youth Center supports in excess of 400 children, teens and collegiates with social, recreational and educational programs. We provide our facility for community meetings and provide a wide array of services to all age groups in the neighborhood broader Queens community. The Young Israel of Kew Gardens Hills youth department will run weekly social programs, a Fall soccer league program and Spring baseball/softball/teeball programs. The social programs include arts and crafts events, carnivals, day trips, movie nights and a Super Bowl party. Funds will be used for expenses of the Youth Dept. We would like help with the expenses of parent/child learning and homework programs, Saturday youth groups and selected holiday programs for children. The funds would cover advertising, snacks, supplies, liability insurance and salaries of some of the staff. To provide Afterschool Mentoring Enrichment Programs empowering and creating powerful young leaders through quality educational, after school economic empowerment, technology and job readiness programs. To support after school programs allowing children to thrive in a safe and supportive environment. The requested funds will be used to help award scholarship to families who cannot afford the tuition for this program. Funding will support and sustain the music appreciation component of our Nursery School program for children. Funding will enable us to provide this initiative to all four UPK classes. The music appreciation curriculum, designed by Midori and Friends, introduces and exposes children, many for the first time, to a variety of musical genres presented in a hands-on method by a teaching musician. Funds would support the expansion of our Y After School program which focuses on learning enhancement, health and recreation, and building competence and confidence in children. Funding will support the Vanderbilt Y's Teen Center program, which offers activities such as academic support, fitness, technology, the arts, and discussion groups. The PS29 Afterschool Program serves youth with school programs and activities which provide enriched curriculum through reading, writing, science and math. Funds would be used to cover the security fees being charged by the Department of Education in order to run the program within the school building. The Beacon Program serves youth with after school programs and activities which focus on Homework Assistance, Project-Based Learning, Arts and Crafts, Music, Dance, Nutrition and Physical Fitness. Funds would be used to support the program described above and increase the program opportunities for local residents. Funds will support Teen Night The South Shore YMCA will open its doors to any teenager between 12 and 15 years of age who will have full access to our facilities and programs on Friday nights, 7-10pm. If awarded the funds would be used to cover staffing costs for the program. To support the YMCA Counseling Service, childrens program called Little Steps, a therapy program, pioneered by the YMCA, for children who are growing up in a home where one or both parents suffers from a chemical dependency problem. Funds to support the Journalism Program which is geared to teen students interested in pursuing journalism and print media. The funds requested would support the Vanderbilt YMCAs afterschool academic support programming at an NYC Public School in the Council District, which provides tutoring, test preparation, and college readiness to students after school. To support a 2nd grade swim program to the youth of the West Harlem community. Funds will help support the Teen Center which provides unique, youth-led activities, service-learning projects and recreation time during the critical out-of-school hours, when teens need positive influence the most. Funds will assist in covering the cost of staffing and supplies for the program. The funding requested will allow for enhancements to the current teen programs, and will allow for more teens to be serviced by the programs offered at the branch. To support the Y-Music program to provide lessons on music theory and group lessons for voice and can include lessons with piano, guitar, and violin, and provide an accessible, no cost opportunity for theory instruction and socialization through group lessons, both for children with and without special needs during the after school hours. To support a little league type program emphasizing sportsmanship skill building, fair play and fun for youth. The program includes weekly practice and 8 scheduled games. To support our Teen Leadership Program. Young people meet on a weekly basis in small groups and provides a safe haven for our young people to become confident and competent young adults. Funds will be used to cover staffing and supply costs related to the program. To support free after school activities at City Public Schools in South East Queens. The program will also provide a safe and engaging place to go in the after school hours, while teaching youth about teamwork, healthy lifestyles, leadership skills and the importance of physical activity. To support the Tween PeaceKeepers which is a conflict resolution program that teaches youth how to effectively and productively address and resolve conflict. The program is designed as a specialty class in the existing after school program. To support YPCs after-school Outreach Program serving a diverse group inner-city youth. Funding will support after-school choral and music programming for District 4 residents.

113233233

Youth

Gonzalez

Young Dancers in Repertory, Inc.

112799128

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gennaro

Young Israel of Hillcrest

112017868

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gennaro

Young Israel of Jamaica Estates

112518593

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gennaro

Young Israel of Kew Gardens Hills

111948880

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Gennaro

Young Israel of Queens Valley

112267876

$3,214

DYCD-Y

Youth

Weprin

Young Leaders, Inc.

270105011

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Koppell

Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association of the Bronx

131740507

$6,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Rodriguez

Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association of Washington 131635308 Heights and Inwood

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Chin Garodnick

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228 131624228

* *

$8,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Halloran

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Halloran

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Ignizio

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Oddo Koo Lappin Jackson Levin

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228 131624228 131624228 131624228 131624228

* * * * *

$7,000 $20,000 $5,000 $5,000 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Levin

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Weprin

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228

$10,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth

Van Bramer Williams

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228 131624228

* *

$50,714 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Youth

Wills **

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York

131624228

$7,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth

Viverito Brewer Garodnick

Young Mens Christian Association of Greater New York Young People's Chorus of New York City, Inc. Young People's Chorus of New York City, Inc.

131624228 113372980 113372980

* * *

$5,000 $3,500 $7,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

YOUTH

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Lappin Foster Brewer Viverito James

Young People's Chorus of New York City, Inc. Young Urban Christians Artists Inc Young Women's Christian Association of the City of New York Youth Action Programs And Homes Inc. Youth America, Inc.

113372980 201633483 131624230 133203701 112687095

* * * * *

$12,000 $5,000 $3,500 $8,500 $15,714

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

To support YPCs after-school Outreach Program serving a diverse group inner-city youth. Funding will help provide creative programs expose youth to knowledgeable and supportive mentors, a motivating curriculum that teaches practical skills, and collaborative interaction with peers Funding will be used for books and learning materials and the Digital Audio Studio through the Independence High School After School Time/Alternative Program. Funds will be used to support YAPHs comprehensive YouthBuild East Harlem Program. Assist in funding their Bridge to Business program. The program provides paid internships for youth seeking careers in the fashion business at Youth Americas womens clothing store, V. Funding from this grant will also be used by Youth America to act as a conduit for sports groups within the 35th Councilmatic District. Funding will be used to defray staffing costs, accounting fees, and secretarial services for the Youth and Tennis Academy. Intensive writing and illustration internships help over 100 public high school students a year develop their writing, research, work and artistic skills. The teens write stories that we publish in two Youth Communication magazines, dozens of books, and our two web sites. More than 800 teachers and counselors use these stories with 80,000 public high school students and foster care youth to improve their literacy skills and to help them learn about important social and political issues. Programs to be funded include youth sports (primarily baseball), youth counseling, academic support, and placement in Colleges nationwide. Programs to be funded include youth sports (primarily baseball), youth counseling, academic support, and placement in Colleges nationwide. We will be able to offer programs at the Tolerance Center, to promote anti-bullying. Funding will also help us to afford more students the opportunity to work for tolerance. Through our program we provide FREE instruction in outdoor activities to over 100 youths. Through our program we provide FREE instruction in outdoor activities to over 100 youths.

Youth

Comrie

Youth and Tennis, Inc.

112576758

$20,000

DYCD-Y

Youth

Quinn

Youth Communication/New York Center, Inc.

133047555

$5,000

DYCD-Y

Youth Youth Youth Youth Youth

Dilan Dilan Jackson Oddo Rose

Youth Service League Inc. Youth Service League Inc. Youth Service Opportunities Project, Inc. Zimmer Club Youth Conservation Program of Staten Island, Inc. Zimmer Club Youth Conservation Program of Staten Island, Inc.

111973738 111973738 133155351 352262561 352262561

* * * * *

$15,000 $15,000 $3,500 $3,500 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

(Seabrook **) - Allocation was made by the Chair of the Bronx Delegation in consultation with the Speaker's Office. (Wills **) - Allocation was made by the Chair of the Queens Delegation in consultation with the Speaker's Office.

YOUTH

Source

Sponsor

Council Member

Legal Name of Organization

EIN

Amount ($)

Agency

Purpose of Funds

Fiscal Conduit Name

FC EIN

Local

Jackson

34th Precinct Community Council, Inc.

352346587

$2,000

To cover operating expenses which cover monthly meetings, flyer distributions, e-mail and website hosting and DYCD-CD management, simultaneous translation services. Funding will also cover the Councils annual workshops and seminars on crime prevention, capacity building and the Business Owners Nightlife Committee Conference. To support The 52nd Street Projects theatrical and academic mentoring programs. The Project has a curriculum of five theater programs and our writing programs include a nine-week course to teach the basic tenets of playwriting. All of our theatrical programs include trips out of town to write or rehearse, followed by full productions in town.

Local

Quinn

52nd Street Project, Inc., The

133467948

$7,500

DCA

Boro

Manhattan Delegation 34th Precinct Community Council, Inc.

352346587

$3,611

To cover operating expenses which cover monthly meetings, flyer distributions, e-mail and website hosting and DYCD-CD management, simultaneous translation services. Funding will also cover the Councils annual workshops and seminars on crime prevention, capacity building and the Business Owners Nightlife Committee Conference. The funding will be used to support the following program expenses: postage, event meeting places, costs of materials, and support for precinct related programs; National Night Out Against Crime Harmony Day Picnic Explorers Auxilary Toys for Tots Drive Cop of the Month Awards Christmas presents for the uniforms Fellowship Breakfast Meeting Expenses Funds will be used to purchase uniforms like polo shirts, shoes, name tags, boots. It will also go towards providing snacks for the youth at meetings Nd communty service events Funding will support Summer youth baseball open to children ages 5-14 years old. Games are played during July and August. Also, Law Enforcement Explorers - Explorers assist a various community events and are taught leadership and social skills among others. Funds to support the following events and programming: 1)Family Day Picnic; 2)National Night Out Against Crime; 3)Halloween Safe Path Walk; 4) Holiday Party and presenting toys to community youths. Funds to support the following events and programming: 1)Family Day Picnic; 2)National Night Out Against Crime; 3)Halloween Safe Path Walk; 4) Holiday Party and presenting toys to community youths.

Local

Vacca

45th Precinct Community Council

133706502

$1,000

DYCD-CD

Local Local

Vacca Fidler

49th Precinct Law Enforcement Explorers Post 2049 69th Precinct Community Council, Inc.

020798353 237314869

* *

$3,500 $5,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Local

Eugene

71st Precinct Community Council, Inc.

043784543

$6,000

DYCD-CD

Local Local Local Local Local Boro

James Crowley James Mealy Vann Dromm

71st Precinct Community Council, Inc. 75th Street Block Association, Inc. 77th Precinct Community Council, Inc. 81st Precinct Community Council 81st Precinct Community Council 82nd Street Academics

043784543 113442596 113463183 112517189 112517189 200788352 * * * * *

$3,500 $1,000 $3,500 $5,000 $5,000 $10,857

DYCD-CD DYCD-CD

Local

Ferreras

82nd Street District Management Association Inc

113096017

$3,500

Pay annual liability insurance required of the association. Clean up and maintain green space. Garden work. Winter care and snow shoveling. DYCD-CD Funds will be used to provide youth and community programming. Funding will support the Annual Christmass Children Party, Annual Thanksgiving Dinner, Annual Childrens DYCD-Y Summer Camp, National Nightout In the Park and Annual Christmas Musical Concert. Funding will support the Annual Christmass Children Party, Annual Thanksgiving Dinner, Annual Childrens DYCD-Y Summer Camp, National Nightout In the Park and Annual Christmas Musical Concert. Funds to be used for the maintenance and expansion of the After School program at Renaissance Charter DYCD-Y School. Funding to produce an event for the 82nd Street business improvement district. A food, music, and crafts festival on 82nd Street between Roosevelt Avenue and Baxter Avenue, the event will feature over 20 local food DYCD-CD vendors, area musicians, and other select vendors. Funding will be needed for the following: (A) Equipment rental (vendor booths, table and chairs, lighting, etc.) (B) Supplemental sanitation and security services (C) Musician fees, and (D) Event marketing. DYCD-Y Youth sports, e.g basketball softball games, also field trips for exposure to various cultural events. Various Crime Prevention activities such as a crime prevention and safety fairs. Also to offset costs of required uniforms /or T-shirts for the program. Provide a safe haven event for children during Holidays such as Halloween.

Local

Wills **

103rd Precinct Community Council

205484666

$3,500

Local Local

Gennaro Halloran

107th Precinct Community Council 111th Precinct Community Council Inc.

113134719 113301768

* *

$3,000 $3,500

DYCD-CD National Night Out Against Crime, various grafitti clean-ups and holiday parties for kids in the community. To foster relations betweeen the community and the 111th Precinct. Funds will purchase a computer for DYCD-CD communications and record keeping, rental needs and installation and maintenance of designated telephone line for Precinct Council. The precinct council works with the 112th precinct to help police community relations. WE hold monthly DYCD-CD meetings, do mailings, newsletters, provide refreshments, do paint overs of graffiti, provide safety warnings, hold safety lectures, and work closely with the precinct and the community. To develop a better relationship with our youth and the police officers. We also expose our youth to cultural, educational, entertaining trips and activities beyond the youths domain. The funding goes towards transportation, trips, locations and activities age 6 years to 16 years. Funds will be used to cover operational expenses of its free graffiti removal maintenance program, VIN Etching DSBS program and neighborhood street patrols. Funds will be used to cover operational expenses of its free graffiti removal maintenance program, VIN Etching DSBS program and neighborhood street patrols. Funds are used specifically for National Night Out event jointly conducted by NY City Police Department and other Staten Island Community Council Precinct 120th and 123rd in Staten Island in the month of August Every DYCD-CD year, This big event attended by a large community members to get to know and interact with Police, Federal and other community organizations in Staten Island. Funds are used specifically for National Night Out event jointly conducted by NY City Police Department and other Staten Island Community Council Precinct 120th and 123rd in Staten Island in the month of August Every DYCD-CD year, This big event attended by a large community members to get to know and interact with Police, Federal and other community organizations in Staten Island. DYCD-Y Maspeth Town Hall, Inc. 237259702

Local

Koslowitz

112th Precinct Community Council

113415594

$3,000

Local Local Local

Wills ** Vallone Van Bramer

113th Precinct Community Council 114th Civilian Observation Patrol, Inc. 114th Civilian Observation Patrol, Inc.

113218377 112572881 112572881

$3,500 $20,000 $3,500

Boro

Oddo

122nd Precinct Community Council, Inc.

133371153

$3,500

Local

Oddo

122nd Precinct Community Council, Inc.

133371153

$3,500

LOCAL

Local

Dickens

131 Saint Nicholas Avenue Tenant's League

133513113

$3,500

NYCHA

To fund A Family Day For The Community, All Ages Children And Seniors To Enjoy With Music, Rides, Clowns, Food, Sodas, Water, And Most Of All Use Full Information And Gifts, Hospital Staff Take Blood Pressure Etc, And Special Guest Of Interest To Our Community. To fund the Back-to-School Jamm and Health Fair and Holiday Party. These projects have benefited our South Bronx less-fortunate underprivileged and homeless children and low income families

Boro Local Local Local Local

Foster Arroyo Levin Viverito Levin

161st Street Merchants Association, Inc. 161st Street Merchants Association, Inc. 615 Green Inc. 830 Amsterdam Tenant Association 572574 Warren St Tenants Association

300064721 300064721 113305608 136400434 800685710

* * *

$3,500 $4,000 $3,500 $500 $2,000

DYCD-CD

DYCD-CD Funds to support the Back-to-School Jamm/Health Fair and Holiday Party. Funding for the Brooklyn Alliance of Neighborhood Gardens (BANG) Project. Funds will be used to strengthen communication among the member gardens (website development, printed material), outreach to promote the DYCD-CD public use of the gardens, as well as for group insurance policies, water use/maintenance, deed conveyance fees, professional memberships, and emergency repairs. NYCHA To Support Family Day Activities NYCHA Funding will provide Sewing classes, MWF; Cooking Classes, MW; Open computer use during opening hours. Funds will continue to support programming at 92nd Street Y that is free-of-charge for the participants. The Educational Outreach Program brings high quality programming and instruction in music, dance, visual arts, literature, and science to over 7,500 at-risk New York City public school students. The Teens Program provides free civics, leadership and community service education and opportunities to over 1,200 middle and high school students. Literacy Projects, provide ESL, writing instruction, and exceptional literary presentations to 280 immigrant New Yorkers and those seeking GEDs.

Local

92nd Street Y (Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Manhattan Delegation, Lappin, Garodnick, Brewer, Greenfield, Recchia CC Association)

131624229

$200,000

DYCD

Boro Local Local Local

Comrie Comrie Dickens Gennaro

A Better Jamaica, Inc. A Better Jamaica, Inc. A Better Jamaica, Inc. A Better Jamaica, Inc.

113804421 113804421 113804421 113804421

* * * *

$4,000 $4,500 $3,500 $3,000

To provide our Family Movies in the Park program and funding will help with licensing expenses, marketing costs, and staff costs. DYCD-CD Funds will be used for movies in the park. DYCD-CD DYCD-CD Funds will support annual HarlemWeen celebraton, a free family-friendly Halloween costume/dance party. DYCD-CD Classic Film Fridays is a summer movie series that presents classic films on Friday evenings in downtown Jamaicas Rufus King Park. Funds will be used for exhibition licenses, marketing costs, and staff costs.

Local

Ignizio

A Very Special Place, Inc.

133005006

$3,500

Local Local Local Local Local

Oddo Fidler Recchia Dickens Vacca

A Very Special Place, Inc. A. Genovesi Environmental Center A. Genovesi Environmental Center A. Philip Randolph Houses Tenant Association AARP Fort Schulyer Chapter #1242

133005006 136400434 136400434 136400434 237247809

$5,000 $43,000 $20,000 $3,500

The Community Center is an evening and weekend therapeutic recreation and respite program for people who DYCD-CD have a developmental disability. The Community Center provides a comprehensive program of recreational, social and self-improvement activities. The Community Center is an evening and weekend therapeutic recreation and respite program for people who DYCD-CD have a developmental disability. The Community Center provides a comprehensive program of recreational, social and self-improvement activities. Funds will support GESC operating expenses including animal food, greenhouse upkeep, outside learning DOE environment, tank upkeep and support staff salary. Funds will support environmental center operating expenses including animal food, greenhouse upkeep, outside DOE learning environment, tank upkeep and support staff salary. NYCHA DFTA Funds will be used for back to schools supplies, food, health care information, activities for the children. To provide seniors a place to meet, socialize, and get educated about health and safety issues relevant to them, and also to engage in community service in partnership with St. Peters Food Pantry and Providence Rest. Funding will supplement artist salaries in accordance with the Actors Equity Association and its sister unions. In FY13, Abingdon will produce three new plays, host readings and employ professional playwrights, actors, designers and stage managers. In addition to hosting our own artistic programs, the Abingdon Theatre Complex is home to dozens of our fellow independent theatre companies. To supplement educational activities for student. Lincoln Family Day - block party for residents and surrounding community.There will be a book drive, amusement rides, numerous djs, clowns, face-painting and informational tables. The Teen Success Project provides opportunities for the youth residing at Abyssinian House, ADCs Tier II Homeless Shelter, to develop and refine their independent living, leadership, and employment skills under the tutelage of supportive staff who encourage them to explore the world beyond their comfort zone, take healthy risks, and develop pro-social habits. This out-of-school time project seeks to keep youth engaged in ageappropriate activities through which they deepen their sense of self worth, develop their character, identify their individual moral barometer, and become exposed to positive leisure activities. The Teen Success Project provides youth development opportunities that enable teens to become better prepared for life after their residency at the shelter, determine their educational and career goals and create a roadmap for achie! vement of those goals, and understand the importance of giving back to their community through civic engagement and community service.

$1,000

Local

Quinn

Abingdon Theatre Company

133741268

$5,000

DCA

Local Local

Recchia Dickens

Abraham Lincoln High School Abraham Lincoln Neighborhood Development Corporation

136400434 753260950

$5,000 $4,000

DOE NYCHA

Local

Dickens, James, Jackson CC

Abyssinian Development Corporation

133552154

$20,000

DYCD

Boro Local

Manhattan Delegation Achilles International Inc. Recchia Action For Progress, Inc.

133318293 133083712

* *

$3,500 $4,000

DYCD-CD To support people with all types of disabilities to participate in the ING NYC Marathon. ACS Day Care Program serving approximately 60 children between the ages 0f 2.0 to 5.9 yrs of age. Funding will provide learning/teaching resources to assist in the development and compliance with curriculum.

LOCAL

Local

Recchia

ACTS Community Development Corporation

010679652

$4,000

DYCD-CD

The Lighthouse Mission is dedicated to fighting hunger and poverty in the Coney Island community, providing families with food assistance. The Mission offers pre-screenings for government benefits, an after-school program for at-risk youth, social service referrals to drug and alcohol counseling, emergency food and clothing support, job readiness training, and more. Funding will help compensate certified classroom teachers for additional hours tutoring ninth graders and provide Supplies/materials for ninth grade community events and after-school clubs geared toward freshmen. Funds will also provide summer learning help sessions where students work on summer program applications. To support the Jill Chaifetz Education Helpline which assists parents who are trying to help their children succeed in school. To support the Jill Chaifetz Education Helpline which assists parents who are trying to help their children succeed in school. Funding will be used to develop a more consistent program of health education and outreach, which can focus on making referrals for medical care and follow-up with patients.

Local

Levin

Adams Street Foundation, Inc.

900394877

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Local Boro Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

Comrie

Advocates for Children of New York, Inc.

112247307 112247307 113204211 134151020 134151020 134151020 134169734 043784718 043784718 * * * * * * *

$3,500 $3,500 $6,000 $3,500 $3,500 $6,000 $5,000 $5,000 $3,500

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y DOHMH

Manhattan Delegation Advocates for Children of New York, Inc. Eugene Comrie Dickens Seabrook ** Foster Foster Jackson Aesclepius Medical Society African American Women In Cinema African American Women In Cinema African American Women In Cinema African Cultural Center Inc. African Hope Committee, Inc. African Hope Committee, Inc.

DYCD-CD Funding will go to the operating costs of executing the African American Women In Cinema film festival. DYCD-CD To fund the African American Women In Cinema Film Festival. Funds will help defray stipends for staff as well as venue and printing expenses.

DYCD-CD Funding will go to the operating costs of executing the African American Women In Cinema film festival. DCA DOHMH Funding will help the Lanye Dancing Without Shoes Program promote wellness through free performances throughout New York City. Funds will be used for promotional and educational expenses.

Local

Jackson

African Services Committee

133749744

$3,500

To provide the Kalifa Program which will provde increased HIV/AIDS awareness for women and young girls. Funds will help provide counseling and outreach materials. Funding will provide legal services for immigrants and the purpose is to is to educate and inform immigrant DYCD-CD community about making the right choices, culturally appropriate assimilation and enhancing access to essential legal services. To expand its coverage to a greater number of clients seeking immigration-related legal services. Funds will help DYCD-CD the team to expand to include additional paralegal and administrative staff to support our clients attorneys and legal fellows. Legal services include immigration services for a broad range of clients from over 25 countries each year. The legal team will expand its coverage to a greater number of clients seeking immigration-related legal services, targeting 80 additional new clients per year and the team will be expanded to include additional paralegal and administrative staff to support our clients attorneys and legal fellows.The program provides legal assistance with employment, asylum, improper deportation, immigration status adjustment, family-based petitions, visa renewals, and citizenship. Our ESOL program offers 6 evening classes per week in basic literacy and ESOL Level 1, to 120 recently-arrived African immigrants per year. At this time, we have no funding secured for the 2013 FY.

Local

Manhattan Delegation, Dickens, JacksonAfrican Services Committee Inc CC

133749744

$20,000

DYCD

Boro Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

Manhattan Delegation African Voices Communications, Inc. Comrie Wills ** Dilan Fidler Quinn Comrie Garodnick Afrikan Poetry Theatre, Inc. Afro American Parents Educational Centers, Inc. After Hours Project, Inc. Agudath Israel of America Community Services, Inc. AHL Foundation Inc. AIDS Center of Queens County, Inc. AIDS Service Center of Lower Manhattan, Inc.

133687018 112515828 132727406 331007278 133975090 522372747 112837894 133562071 * * *

$3,611 $30,000 $11,000 $50,000 $2,500 $3,000 $5,000 $3,500

To promote family literacy and artistic programs in low-income communities in Harlem and Brooklyn. Funds will support the Reel Sisters Film Festival; the African Voices Get Your Read On literacy program, and the African Voices Reading Workshop Series. Funds will be used for Cultural Crafts, Dance and Instrument Instruction, Literature Program and African film DCA series. DYCD-Y Funds to support Afro American Parents Educational Center's expansion of their college project. The After Hours Project will hire two Testers, an Outreach Specialist and two Peer Educators that will promote DOHMH the overall health and well-being of individuals 18-59 who are at-risk or infected with HIV, hepatitis C (HCV), and sexually transmitted infections (STIs). to establish ESOL classes for adults who cannot read, write, and speak English, along with support services such DYCD-CD as counseling and case management. DCA DCA DOHMH DOHMH To promote the work of emerging Korean-American artists. Funding will be used to support programming, specifically art history lectures and exhibitions of our artists, all of which are open to the public. Funds will provide an outreach vehicle to be used for the Syringe Exchange Program for HIV/STI Testing and counselling and for public education of AIDS awareness. Funding will support programs to help HIV-positive people manage their health and navigate the medical system. To support the proposed COACH program in which social Workers and peer educators will provide health education to ensure that patients living with HIV, hep. C, diabetes and other chronic illnesses receive high quality care. Funding will support Peer Health Coaches and ongoing skills training. To support the proposed COACH program in which social Workers and peer educators will provide health education to ensure that patients living with HIV, hep. C, diabetes and other chronic illnesses receive high quality care. Funding will support Peer Health Coaches and ongoing skills training.

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AIDS Service Center of Lower Manhattan, Inc.

133562071

$5,000

DOHMH

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Quinn

AIDS Service Center of Lower Manhattan, Inc.

133562071

$5,000

DOHMH

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Manhattan Delegation, Viverito, Brewer,AIDS Service Center of Lower Manhattan, Inc. CC Mendez

133562071

$15,000

DOHMH

Given the current changes in Medicaid and establishment of Health Homes, ASCNYCs model of medicalcommunity collaboration can bring our community service expertise into medical facilities, as a community partner for patients receiving medical care. Through the proposed COACH programComprehensive Outreach And Connection to HealthcareSocial Workers and Peer Educators will provide health education, peer coaching, accompaniment to appointments, meals, and routine communication with medical staff to ensure that patients living with HIV, hep. C, diabetes and other chronic illnesses receive consistent, high quality care. Funding will support Peer Health Coaches curricula development, pilot testing and ongoing skills training, paid internships for Peers as members of Health Home teams, supervisors for Peers and as liaisons with medical f! acilities, smartphones and notebooks for COACH peers and staff to communicate with patients, and effectively report on client health indicators.

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Aktina Productions, Inc. Aktina Productions, Inc. Albert Einstein College of Medicine of Yeshiva University All Out Arts, Inc.

113220961 113220961 131624225 061284862

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$3,000 $6,000 $3,000 $3,000

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Vacca

Allerton Pelham Parkway Mobile Community Patrol

311677845

$7,500

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Rivera

Allerton Pelham Parkway Mobile Community Patrol

311677845

$3,500

Funds will be applied to cover part of our annual airtime fees for our highly rated and popular Greek American bilingual radio AKTINA FM and English language AKTINA TV. Funds will be applied to cover part of our annual airtime fees for our highly rated and popular Greek American DOITT bilingual radio AKTINA FM and English language AKTINA TV. To support the YU Heights Initiative, an umbrella program that promotes student involvement in the DYCD-Y Washington Heights. Funds will allow the Heights Initiative to run its many programs and facilitate student volunteering for and partnering with businesses, schools, and organizations. Funding will help provide The 10th annual Fresh Fruit Festival, All Out Youth program and ongoing bi-monthly DCA public outreach presentations. Patrol the neighborhood we serve in the Patrol Van, pay for gas, mailings of the monthly schedule and car insurance as well as renting rides for the young members of the community on National Night Out Against DYCD-CD Crime. Additionally we host events for Seniors, participate in sport activities with our local youths and the 49th Precinct Community Council. Patrol the neighborhood we serve in the Patrol Van, pay for gas, mailings of the monthly schedule and car DYCD-CD insurance as well as renting rides for the young members of the community on National Night Out Against Crime. DOITT DCA The Center is dedicated to establishing an awareness, understanding and appreciation of the environment by providing hands-on environmental education programs. Funding will help with program expenses. The Center is dedicated to establishing an awareness, understanding and appreciation of the environment by providing hands-on environmental education programs. Funding will help with program expenses. The Center teaches children and adults annually in our unique and hands-on environmental education programs. We require the funding to keep the Center open free to the public seven days a week, year round(excluding holidays) as well as to keep the charges for our programs at a level that most people can afford. To enable A.R.T./New York to maintain the quality, affordability accessibility of building in Fort Greene, South Oxford Space (SOS), and its programming by helping defray our maintenance & utility costs.

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Comrie

Alley Pond Environmental Center, Inc.

112405466

$5,000

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Gennaro

Alley Pond Environmental Center, Inc.

112405466

$10,000

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Halloran

Alley Pond Environmental Center, Inc.

112405466

$5,000

DCA

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Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York, Inc. Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York, Inc. Allied Veterans Memorial Committee of Greater Ridgewood and Glendale

132768583 132768583 237158694 * *

$3,500 $10,000 $2,500 $6,000 $3,500 * $3,500

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Funding will enable A.R.T./New York to maintain the quality affordability of our facility at 520 8th Ave, known as SPACES, in the face of growing maintenance utilities costs. These funds will be used to pay for reviewing stands, marching bands, insurance, buses, food: all related to the DYCD-CD Annual Ridgewood/Glendale Memorial Day Parade. DYCD-Y DCA DCA To provide childcare services to the community in Jamaica and S. Ozone Park. Our mission is to provide a quality education program to eligible families regardless of race, color, creed, sex or nationality. Funding will be used to provide low-income HIV-positive individuals with training and employment in the decorative arts. To provide at-risk youths an opportunity to stretch their intellectual, creative and social skills, empowering and preparing them for success in school. Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation will provide live dance accessible to underserved communities. To provide at-risk youths an opportunity to stretch their intellectual, creative and social skills, empowering and preparing them for success in school. Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation will provide live dance accessible to underserved communities. To fund the MedicAlert Alzheimers Association Safe Return program which is a nationwide wanderers program dedicated to finding people with memory disorders who wander or become lost and return them safely to their homes. To fund the MedicAlert Alzheimers Association Safe Return program which is a nationwide wanderers program dedicated to finding people with memory disorders who wander or become lost and return them safely to their homes. The program to be funded, MedicAlert(R) Safe Return(R), is a nationwide wanderers program working at the local community level. Our program, which currently has registered over 17,000 New Yorkers, is dedicated to finding people with memory disorders who wander or become lost and return them safely to their homes. The program dramatically increases the chance for survival of persons with dementia. The program provides an ID bracelet and other identifiers for persons with dementia so they can be quickly assisted and return home in the event they wander. Awarded funds will be used to continue being able to provide this service free-of-charge to the community.

Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Epsilon Pi Omega Chapter DCC Inc. 222547491 Alpha Workshops, Inc. 133839867 132584273

Manhattan Delegation Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, Inc.

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Brewer

Alvin Ailey Dance Foundation, Inc.

132584273

$3,000

DCA

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Arroyo

Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter

133277408

$4,625

DFTA

Boro

Manhattan Delegation Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter

133277408

$3,500

DFTA

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Chin, Arroyo, Brewer, Viverito, Brewer Alzheimer's Association, New York City Chapter CC

133277408

$15,000

DFTA

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Oddo

Alzheimer's Foundation of Staten Island, Inc.

133185040

$10,000

DFTA

To Support The Mission Of The Organization Specifically For: Support Groups, Seminars, Equipment Loans, Friendly and Visits, Caregivers Handbook Communications printing and medical supplies. To Support The Mission Of The Organization Specifically For: Support Groups, Seminars, Equipment Loans, Friendly and Visits, Caregivers Handbook Communications printing and medical supplies. Funding will be used to expand their scholarship program. Steady Bucket's mission is to provide an opportunity for youth to learn basketball fundamentals and compete in a safe and positive environment.

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Rose

Alzheimer's Foundation of Staten Island, Inc.

133185040

$5,000

DFTA

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Quinn

Amateur Athletic Union Of The United States Inc.

274804998

$3,500

DYCD-Y

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Ulrich

Amercian Legion - Daniel M OConnell Post 272

111889105

$20,000

The funds would be used to install a unisex handicapped bathroom on the ground level of the building. We host DYCD-CD many functions for wounded/elderly veterans who currently do not have a handicapped restroom. The building also hosts a number of events/community meetings for local civic groups and politicians. DOE To provide the Dancing Classrooms Core Program (DC): Our core program consists of professional Teaching Artists instructing ballroom dance to fifth and eighth grade students attending public schools. To support the Dancing Classrooms Core Program: Our core program consists of professional Teaching Artists instructing ballroom dance to fifth and eighth grade students attending public schools through a 10-week series held twice weekly for a total of 20 lessons. The American Brotherhood for the Russian Disabled, Inc will utilize these funds to provide computer training classes for senior and disabled residents of the community. These classes will focus on general computer skills initially and then branch into specialized software and other applications. The Patient and Family Services program requires regional staff and volunteers to manage programs that include: the Patient Navigation Program, Look Good Feel Better Program; Reach to Recovery and the management of wig distribution. The funds will be used toward Regional Program Staff, Patient and Service Center Support, patient education materials, and direct assistance to newly diagnosed patients.

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Chin

American Ballroom Theater Company Inc.

222542960

$3,500

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Greenfield

American Ballroom Theater Company Inc.

222542960

$8,800

DCA

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Nelson

American Brotherhood of Russian Disabled

113314347

$4,000

DFTA

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Oddo

American Cancer Society

160743902

$15,000

DOHMH

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Koo

American Cancer Society

160743902

$5,000

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Brewer

American Folk Art Museum

131985627

$3,000

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Quinn

American Folk Art Museum

131985627

$3,000

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Greenfield

American Friends of Mishkan Yecheskel

113207880

$6,000

To provide suport services to newly diagnosed cancer patients. This includes offer free wigs and hats, provide language appropriate cancer educational materials, organizing nutrition workshops, psych-social support DYCD-CD groups, referral srvices assistance, and special activities that promoting quality of life and reducing social stigmatization of cancer in the community. Two bi-lingual Patient Care Specialists will be hired to facilitate the program. Funding will support educational programming for children and adults for free or at a modest cost. Programs DCA include bi-weekly lectures with curators or docents, hands-on workshops, and symposia, to complement and enhance the museums collections and exhibitions. Funding will be used for educational programming for children and adults in connection with this year's Compass: Folk Art in Four Directions" exhibition at the South Street Seaport Museum. The Teen Docent DCA Program, prepares high school students to develop and lead gallery tours for their classmates will also contain a unit tailored to the exhibition. To fund professional development workshop series for teachers and educators, focusing on education, special DYCD-CD education and related disorders. Funds will be used for graphics, printing and distribution of ads and fliers for workshops and general educational awareness. To sponsor a cultural excursion to the Onassion cultural center in Manhattan for community members to see and observe artifacts that reflect from close up the transition to Christianity. Part of the funds will be used to DYCD-CD pay for the bus. In addition we plan for our annual Scolastic Scholarship Awards ceremony where we will award graduates from our communitys Greek school, local High schools and Colleges. Funding will be used to buy commemorative plaques, wine and some of the ethnic food. DYCD-CD DYCD-Y DFTA Funds will support the Sponsor Cadet sports team, memorial day parade, wounded warriors project and other activities. To provide youth with community based activities such as an Easter Egg hung, 4th of July Block party, a day trip to a regional amusement park, and a Halloween party. Also funds will help provide a scholarship to a college bound youth. The funding will be used to defray the cost of conducting the annual Veterans Memorial Day Parade.

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Oddo

American Hellenic Education Progressive Association (AHEPA) Chapter #349 Fund, Inc.

200871581

$1,000

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Gentile Dickens Koslowitz

American Legion / Amity Post 791 American Legion Colonel Charles Young Post #398 American Legion Hall, Continental Post 1424

116104984 136272129 116104901

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$1,000 $3,500 $5,000

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Vallone

American MidEast Leadership Network (AMLN)

830392513

$4,500

To support our Legal Services and Immigration Assistance Program as well as our Employment Services Program. DYCD-CD The Legal Program is a legal referral program that provides immigration workshops. We also assist members of the community in navigating a difficult job market to pursue rewarding careers. Funds will be used to provide free direct services for low-income students through the Literature to Life 2.0 program. Literature to Life programs consist of professionally-staged performances of great American literature and innovative in-school residency workshops, which foster 9th and 10th grade students academic engagement, achievement and college readiness. The funds requested will help to provide no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams for economically disadvantaged, medically underserved women. They will also support outreach and education efforts that enable us to recruit women with cultural, linguistic, and geographic barriers to receigin annual screenings for breast cancer.

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Quinn

American Place Theatre, Inc.

131997644

$3,000

DCA

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Brewer

American-Italian Cancer Foundation

133035711

$2,000

DOHMH

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Gentile

American-Italian Cancer Foundation

133035711

$3,500

DOHMH

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Gonzalez

American-Italian Cancer Foundation

133035711

$3,500

DOHMH

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Halloran

American-Italian Cancer Foundation

133035711

$2,000

DOHMH

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Oddo

American-Italian Cancer Foundation

133035711

$2,000

DOHMH

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Jackson

American-Italian Cancer Foundation

133035711

$3,000

DOHMH

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Palma

American-Italian Cancer Foundation

133035711

$5,000

DOHMH

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Recchia

American-Italian Cancer Foundation

133035711

$2,000

DOHMH

The funds requested will help to provide no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams for economically disadvantaged, medically underserved women in the five boroughs of New York City. They will also support outreach and education efforts that enable us to recruit women with cultural, linguistic, and geographic barriers to receigin annual screenings for breast cancer. The funds requested will help to provide no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams for economically disadvantaged, medically underserved women. They will also support outreach and education efforts that enable us to recruit women with cultural, linguistic, and geographic barriers to receigin annual screenings for breast cancer. The funds requested will help to provide no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams for economically disadvantaged, medically underserved women. They will also support outreach and education efforts that enable us to recruit women with cultural, linguistic, and geographic barriers to receigin annual screenings for breast cancer. The funds requested will help to provide no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams for economically disadvantaged, medically underserved women. They will also support outreach and education efforts that enable us to recruit women with cultural, linguistic, and geographic barriers to receigin annual screenings for breast cancer. The funds requested will help to provide no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams for economically disadvantaged, medically underserved women. They will also support outreach and education efforts for breast cancer. The funds requested will help to provide no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams for economically disadvantaged, medically underserved women. They will also support outreach and education efforts for breast cancer. The funds requested will help to provide no-cost mammograms and clinical breast exams for economically disadvantaged, medically underserved women. They will also support outreach and education efforts that enable us to recruit women with cultural, linguistic, and geographic barriers to receigin annual screenings for breast cancer. Funding will be used to support the AMICO Extended Services program which has sustained over 50 reductions over the past five years. Funds will be earmarked for staff salaries which will enable us to maintain a full time schedule. We will provide senior citizens case assistance information and advocacy services. To support the AMICO Extended Services program. The funds will support staff salaries and will maintain full time case assistance and informatioin services to senior citizens and their families. Funding will be used to perform audience interactive music concerts for seniors and baby boomers at local senior centers, community centers, nursing homes/assisted living. Funds will be used to support the agencys intake, assessment, referral and administrative functions as well as community education and mobilization efforts through HIV prevention education and community wide events on World AIDS Day, National Black HIV/AIDS Awareness Day; National Women Girls HIV/AIDS Awareness Day and National HIV Testing Day. To support the El Museo in the Classroom/Around the Block program, Guided Tours Hands-On Workshops, and Professional Development. Classroom Connections (CRC): Bi-lingual, in-depth, multi-session residency programs designed to link El Museos cultural resources with social studies, English, science, and art in all grade levels (K-12). El Museos Youth Council: Provides participants citywide with the opportunity to learn about careers in the arts, museums non-profits, expand their professional network, and further develop their leadership professional skills. Members will help develop relevant youth driven programming strategies for reaching peers. Funding will provide a variety of FREE bilingual programs that provide opportunities for the entire family to join together in a multi-sensory learning experience that integrates the visual and other arts. To support the El Museo in the Classroom/Around the Block program, El Museo's Youth Council, and Professional Development. To provide El Museo in the Classroom/Around the Block, Classroom Connections (CRC), and El Museos Youth Council. These programs deepens the understanding of the relationship between the museum and its neighborhood. Students will learn discuss ways in which neighborhoods have been shaped by both the cultural social practices of its residents, focusing both on El Barrio their own neighborhoods.

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Oddo

American-Italian Coalition of Organizations, Inc. (AMICO)

112488439

$5,500

DFTA

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Recchia Quinn

American-Italian Coalition of Organizations, Inc. (AMICO) Americans Do Music Inc.

112488439 611641040 *

$5,000 $3,500

DFTA DFTA

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Recchia

Amethyst Women's Project, Inc.

113505513

$5,000

DOHMH

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Dickens

Amigos del Museo del Barrio

237156720

$6,000

DCA

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Dromm

Amigos del Museo del Barrio

237156720

$3,500

DCA

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Manhattan Delegation Amigos del Museo del Barrio Jackson Amigos del Museo del Barrio

237156720 237156720

$3,500 $2,000

DCA DCA

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Palma

Amigos del Museo del Barrio

237156720

$5,000

DCA

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Quinn

Amigos del Museo del Barrio

237156720

$3,500

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Viverito Comrie Oddo

Amigos del Museo del Barrio Amity Baptist Church Amvets Post 103, Inc.

237156720 112014196 841653136 *

$7,500 $3,500 $1,500

Funding will be for Classroom Connections (CRC): Bi-lingual, in-depth, multi-session residency programs designed to link El Museos cultural resources with social studies, English, science, and art in all grade levels (KDCA 12). El Museos Youth Council: Provides participants citywide with the opportunity to learn about careers in the arts, museums non-profits, expand their professional network, further develop their leadership professional skills. To support the El Museo in the Classroom/Around the Block program, Guided Tours Hands-On Workshops, and DCA Professional Development. Funds will help to support the Summer Exposure Program(SEP)for young people and they will be used to offset DYCD-Y staffing and material expenses. Funding will provide hygeine kits, winter coats and clothing to homeless vets, arrange day trips and outings for DYCD-CD day care patients. Funds will also provide recreational items and help assist veterans in applying for VA care and benefits.

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Quinn

An Claidheamh Soluis, Inc. d/b/a Irish Arts Center

510244834

$10,000

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Comrie Oddo Lappin Viverito Vallone Vann Ferreras

Angeldocs, Inc. Animal Care and Control of New York City Animal Care and Control of New York City Animal Care and Control of New York City Ansob Center for Refugees Antioch Baptist Church Community Services Inc Antioch Bible Institute

331030839 133788986 133788986 133788986 113534833 113101610 311714800

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$5,000 $7,500 $3,500 $5,000 $17,000

$10,000 $3,500

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Manhattan Delegation Apollo Theater Foundation, Inc. Rivera Rivera Rivera Rivera Aquinas Housing Corporation Aquinas Housing Corporation Aquinas Housing Corporation Aquinas Housing Corporation

133630066 133076810 133076810 133076810 133076810 * * * *

$3,500 $7,000 $20,000 $15,000 $4,000

We are requesting support for our performing arts season, education programs, free public programs, and citywide programming. We also present free public programs at no cost to participants, including: Open Day; Irish Arts Center NYC Dance Festival in Riverside Park South; Irish Book Day; and our Access Irish Arts initiative which gives free tickets to students and seniors. To improve prevention of diseases and to promote health literacy and collaborative pluralistic clinical DOHMH interventions. DOHMH To provide for the care of lost, mistreated, or neglected animals and to promote adoptions. DOHMH To provide for the care of lost, mistreated, or neglected animals and to promote adoptions. DOHMH To provide for the care of lost, mistreated, or neglected animals and to promote adoptions. To support its Immigration Legal Services Program. The program offers immigration legal consultations, DYCD-CD immigration application assistance, and legal representation. To provides after-school services and tutorials, senior care programs and recreational activities and youth DYCD-CD development programs. Funding will be utilized by ABI for educational development in English as a Second Language classes (ESL) and to DYCD-CD expand the Beginning Spanish classes. In general, funding will be utilized for classroom space, teachers, supplies, and software and headsets for laboratory instruction. Funding is requested to support the Apollos array of free and low-cost programs through the year, which DCA include a wide-reaching ticket access program, an annual Open House weekend of free events for the whole family, and the yearly Holidays at the Apollo celebration. Funds will be earmarked for the Extended Services Program which provides benefits, entitlement services and DFTA advocacy to senior citizens and their families. DCA ACS DYCD-CD DYCD-Y To improve the quality of childcare in our training center for prospective in-home child care providers. To continue to provide on going services to all merchants along East Tremont's thoroughfare; to revitalize and sustain our Merchants Association Funding will go towards running the after school program for childrens which provides a safe and educational environment for children. Funding will provide academic achievement and engagement among youth; college readiness, leadership and civic participation among young adults; and independence, English as a Second Language (ESL), education/job prospects, and integration for adults. Funding will purchase supplies for these educational programs, including office supplies; and cover part of related salary costs for the Youth Program Manager and Adult Education Coordinator. The Arab American Family Education Initiative (AAFEI) promotes independence, productivity and stability by supporting Arab American families. Funding will purchase supplies educational programs, including office supplies; and cover part of related salary costs for the Youth Program Manager and Adult Education Coordinator. To expand our Civics ESL and Citizenship Exam Program. With additional funding, we will create a civics-based ESL curriculum aimed at educating recent immigrants on US history, civil rights, government, and voter participation. Funds will expand our Civics ESL and Citizenship Exam Program. We provide one-on-one tutoring to immigrants preparing for their citizenship exams, in addition to ESL classes that focus on womens empowerment and health. Funds will expand our Civics ESL and Citizenship Exam Program. We provide one-on-one tutoring to immigrants preparing for their citizenship exams, in addition to ESL classes that focus on womens empowerment and health. To provide free tax preparation to low-wealth New Yorkers through tax credits and refunds as well as gain access to SaveUSA, public benefits and financial education. Funds will be used to support tax site operations. Operating funding for the outreach and marketing materials used for the College Preparation Program whose primary mission is to increase the number of high school graduates and college enrollment. Operating funding for the outreach and marketing materials used for the College Preparation Program whose primary mission is to increase the number of high school graduates and college enrollment. To fund our regular classes, camps and workshops which are funded also through tution and scholarships. More funding will allow for more scholarships to those who cannot afford to attend. Funds will be used to provide operating support, which will enable artists of all ages and levels to develop their talents. Funds will enable Art Lab to continue to give classes and workshops in the fine and applied arts to preschoolers, children, teens, and adults, both beginners and advanced. Funding for a series of visual and performing arts events that will take place in Theater for the New City, libraries, community gardens and monthly free childrens art workshops. The funds requested will be used to provide administrative and program support, artist and consultant fees, refreshments, curatorial services.

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Gonzalez

Arab American Association of New York, Inc.

113604756

$5,000

DYCD-CD

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Recchia

Arab American Association of New York, Inc.

113604756

$4,000

DYCD-CD

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Gentile

Arab-American Family Support Center, Inc., The

113167245

$3,500

DYCD-CD

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Gonzalez

Arab-American Family Support Center, Inc., The

113167245

$5,000

DYCD-CD

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Lander

Arab-American Family Support Center, Inc., The

113167245

$10,000

DYCD-CD

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Palma

Ariva Inc.

320028598

$4,000

DYCD-CD

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Jackson

Armory Foundation, The

133680286

$8,000

DYCD-Y

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Rodriguez

Armory Foundation, The

133680286

$3,000

DYCD-Y

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Oddo

Art Lab, Inc. - The Art School at Snug Harbor

132977495

$1,000

DYCD-Y

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Mendez

Art Loisaida Foundation

262583736

$3,500

DCA

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Arroyo

CC

Arthritis Foundation Northeast Region NY Chapter

800489313

$15,000

DFTA

To offer our evidence-based arthritis education and management program Arthritis Basics for Change (ABC) and the Walk With Ease (WWE) self-directed model to train participant to conveniently and safely incorporate physical activity into their daily lives. Building off of the past success of the Foundations other evidence-based Life Improvement Series programs- the Arthritis Foundation Exercise Program, the Arthritis Foundation Tai Chi Program, and the Arthritis Foundation Self Help Program, the ABC/WWE program targets people of all ages and affected by a variety of types of arthritis, including osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, lupus and gout. Funds will support mainstage programming which includes 4 annual multidisciplinary festivals, a queer empowerment series and other performance works, dance works by resident dance company, and production of the Bronx Dance Magazine. Funds will go toward artists fees, administration, space, marketing, public programs and production/program/administration expenses. The Art Business Council's Business Volunteers for the Arts matches nonprofit arts projects with experts in marketing, finance, planning, and other areas for pro bono consultation. The Program also recruits, trains, and places volunteers as board members, and offers board readiness workshops for arts organizations.

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Arroyo

Arthur Aviles Typical Theatre, Inc.

133997265

$10,000

DCA

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Quinn Dickens Barron

Arts & Business Council of New York, Inc. Arts & Minds, Inc. ARTs East New York Inc

132746599 273733512 270889467 * *

$3,500 $4,000 $12,000

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Recchia

Art's House Schools, Inc.

870790139

$4,000

DYCD-CD Funding will provide Museum Programs, Community programs and Nursing home programs. Funds to support ARTs East New Yorks Young ARTist Institute (YAI) program and will be used to hire (1) DYCD-Y Program Director, six teaching artists, marketing expenses and other operational costs. Dance Off the Streets is a program designed to keep children and teenagers age 8-17 off the streets and out of gangs. D.O.t.S. empowers the youth of Coney Island to be creative, productive leaders, who will have the skills DCA to work collectively, solve problems and maintain physical fitness. Funds will used to pay the salary of teachers and personnel. DYCD-Y Through Operation Get Real With D.R.U.G.S, where DRUGS is an acronym for Doing Right Under Guidance and Supervision, the Arverne Church of God is making mentoring available to youth on Friday night open gym sessions. Funds will be used for workshops, recreation equipment and events. Funds will be used to hire peers to conduct community health education specifically in communities of color and consultants to redesign and upgrade its website to improve communication about APICHAs services online. APICHA provides comprehensive health services, ranging from affordable primary care and mental health to HIV testing and STD screening to case management and other support services. Funds will be used to hire 1)peers to conduct community health education specifically in communities of color with the greatest need, 2)consultants to redesign and upgrade its website to improve communication about APICHAs services online and to provide access to services and information to greater number of people. To provide comprehensive health services, ranging from affordable primary care and mental health to HIV testing and STD screening to case management and other support services. APICHA provides comprehensive health services, ranging from affordable primary care and mental health to HIV testing and STD screening to case management and other support services. APICHA is strengthening its infrastructure after its recent transformation into a community health center. It is growing its general primary care and supportive services beyond HIV while maintaining its highly recognized HIV/AIDS care model. For example, APICHA recently opened its Trans Health Clinic to help address health disparities in the LGBT community. Also, we expanded our case management capacity to serve people with chronic diseases in addition to HIV. Funds will be used to hire 1)peers to conduct community health education specifically in communities of color with the greatest need, 2)consultants to redesign and upgrade its website to improve communication abo! ut APICHAs services online and to provide access to services and information to greater number of people.

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Ulrich

Arverne Church Of God Inc.

113031878

$3,500

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Chin

Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Inc.

133706365

$5,000

DOHMH

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Dromm

Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Inc.

133706365

$3,500

DOHMH

Boro

Manhattan Delegation Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Inc.

133706365

$3,500

DOHMH

Local

Koppell, Chin, Arroyo, Van Bramer, Gonzalez, Brewer, Dromm Coalition on HIV/AIDS, Inc. CC Asian & Pacific Islander

133706365

$10,000

DOHMH

Local

Koo

Asian American Arts Alliance

133480189

$4,000

DCA

To be used for a pilot Town Hall LOCAL (TH-L) project, a franchising of our popular monthly Town Hall to underserved neighborhoods with significant new Asian immigrant populations. Empowering artists to grow as community leaders (i.e. Ambassadors) and catalyze the creative energy of their neighborhood, contributing to greater overall livability and well-being.Funds will cover stipends for TH-L Ambassadors and a4 staff time for coordination/oversight and strategic marketing/outreach.

Local

Dromm

Asian American Coalition for Children and Families, Inc.

133682471

$3,500

Local

Ferreras

Asian American Coalition for Children and Families, Inc.

133682471

$5,000

Local Local

Chin Comrie

Asian Americans for Equality Asian Americans for Equality

133187792 133187792

$4,000 $3,500

CACF is requesting funding for our youth and parent leadership programs. The Youth Leadership Program consists of Asian Pacific American (APA) public high school students from all 5 boroughs. The program will launch with a retreat of 8 full-day sessions. The Parent Leadership Program empowers 20 immigrant APA parents. CACF is requesting funding for POWER (Parents Organizing to Work for Equal Rights), our parent leadership program for immigrant Asian Pacific Americans (APA). This program empowers 20 immigrant APA parents to DYCD-CD promote equity and access for NYCs APA families. These workshops will be accessible to residents, schools, and community organizations in District 21. To support the Teen Action program which promotes leadership development and peer support among DYCD-CD immigrant and English language learning (ELL) high school students. Funds will help with staffing costs of the program and supplies expenses. To support the One Flushing Community Economic Development Center which provides business assistance and DSBS workforce development services to small business owners and local residents. DYCD-Y

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Local

Dilan

Asian Americans for Equality

133187792

$10,000

AAFEs HUD-certified housing counselors educate first-time homebuyers. The Neighborhood Stabilization DYCD-CD Program advances stable and vibrant communities through comprehensive education and counseling to firsttime homebuyers, mortgage application packaging services and foreclosure prevention counseling. The Immigrant Services Program provides culturally sensitive in-language counseling and ESOL education to NYCs Asian immigrants, including: Client application completion assistance, documentation gathering, and Asian language translation for the N-400, N-600, N-648, and N-565 application, Mock interview preparation (group and individual), ESL classes in Asian languages regarding civics, Immigrant legal assistace

Local

Dromm

Asian Americans for Equality

133187792

$3,500

DYCD-CD

Local Local

Ferreras Gonzalez

Asian Americans for Equality Asian Americans for Equality

133187792 133187792

$5,000 $7,000

Funds to provide counseling and education to immigrant tenants with limited English proficiency about their rights as tenants, housing discrimination and affordable housing options. Funds will support The Neighborhood Stabilization Program which helps stable and vibrant communities DYCD-CD through comprehensive education and counseling to first-time homebuyers, mortgage application packaging services and foreclosure prevention counseling. DYCD-CD To support AAFEs immigration legal services, and housing education and organizing. AAFE will offer DYCD-CD individualized immigration counseling, one-on-one housing counseling and provide updated immigrationrelated information to hundreds of clients each year through large outreach and public education events. DYCD-CD The Immigrant Services Program provides culturally sensitive in-language counseling and ESOL education to NYCs Asian immigrants.

Boro

Manhattan Delegation Asian Americans for Equality

133187792

$3,500

Local

Koo

Asian Americans for Equality

133187792

$8,000

Local

Lander

Asian Americans for Equality

133187792

$3,500

Our planning, research and advocacy program advances the rights of Asian Americans and all those in need by DYCD-CD publishing reports that embody our issues and concerns. Issues AAFE that researches include transportation equity, land use, affordable housing policy, home ownership, local economic development, and education. Funds will support The Neighborhood Stabilization Program which helps stable and vibrant communities DYCD-CD through comprehensive education and counseling to first-time homebuyers, mortgage application packaging services and foreclosure prevention counseling. AAFE will provide comprehensive housing and community services to immigrant and low-income residents living in East Harlem including: (1) Housing; (2) Entitlements; (3) Immigration ; and (4) Other Services: client referrals, letter reading services, and completion of various forms and applications. Funds will support frontline staff providing these critical services at two storefront offices in Chinatown and the Lower East Side. AAFEs citywide fire safety campaign will educate tenants on what they can do to prevent fires and to report building conditions that violate fire codes. Requested funds will enable us to design multilingual materials targeted to Asian immigrants with limited English proficiency, conduct outreach on the ground and through ethnic media, and deliver monthly workshops. We will also publish awhite paper on the conditions and impacts of fire hazards in immigrant communities and identify public policy interventions for mitigating them. The fund will be use to provide a location for our local senior citizens to socialize with each other. We provide social activities such as Tai Chi, Dance class, English Class, Chess games, Mahjong Games, etc. Funds will hire one coordinator to oversea their activities and a volunteer event coordinator to organize events for the seniors.

Local

Weprin

Asian Americans for Equality

133187792

$10,000

Local

Viverito

Asian Americans for Equality

133187792

$5,000

DYCD-CD

Local

Queens Delegation, Chin, Fidler, Lander,Asian Americans for Equality Dromm, Levin, Mendez CC Koslowitz, Gonzalez, Brewer,

133187792

$50,000

DYCD

Local

Dromm

Asian Community United Society, Inc.

264164117

$6,000

DFTA

Local

Gentile

Asian Community United Society, Inc.

264164117

$3,500

Our department has 2 program assistants that provide professional guidance to any individuals that needs to DYCD-CD apply for government assistance such as Public Housing, Medicaid, Medicare, Food Stamp, Cash Assistance, Home Energy Assistance Program, etc. The fund will be used to staff our Human Service department. DYCD-CD The funds will be use provide free self defense training to woman and any individuals that needs such lessons. The fund will be use to hire an instructor that has practice martial art for over 10 years. The fund will be use to provide a location for our local senior citizens to socialize with each other. We provide social activities such as Tai Chi, Dance class, English Class, Chess games, Mahjong Games, etc. Funds to hire one coordinator to oversea their activities and a volunteer event coordinator to organize events for the seniors. To support a one-on-one mentoring program that connects youth city-wide with successful adult mentors. Funds will help staffing expenses and activity expenses. CACF will improve our support for the Asian Pacific American community by strengthening our 40 Asian led and serving member agencies through our Capacity Building Program. Your support will enable CACF to coordinate quarterly membership meetings, quarterly trainings, and individual technical assistance, reaching at least 200 staff and volunteers of our member agencies located throughout the 5 boroughs and will be opportunities for CACF to work with our members to identify emerging community needs and trends, share promising practices, and foster collaboration. Topics will include board and staff relations, organizational governance, program planning and evaluation, and public policies. Member agencies will enhance their sustainability and effectiveness and will create positive relationships with diverse city and community leaders, maximizing their! ability to provide vital services for New York Citys fastest growing community. Funding will support The Youth Leadership Program and implement our Parent Leadership Program . Funding will support the Waterproofing program, which each year teaches public school children to learn to swim.

Local

Koo

Asian Community United Society, Inc.

264164117

$3,000

Local

Fidler

Asian Community United Society, Inc.

264164117

$3,500

DFTA

Boro

Manhattan Delegation Asian Professional Extension, Inc.

133650718

$3,500

DYCD-Y

Local

BLAC, Manhattan Delegation, Chin, Van Asian-AmericanDromm, Viverito, KoslowitzFamilies ,Inc. CC Bramer, Ulrich, Coalition for Children and

133682471

$10,000

DYCD

Boro Boro

Manhattan Delegation Asian-American Coalition for Children and Families Inc. Manhattan Delegation Asphalt Green, Inc.

133682471 136533158

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$3,500 $3,500

DYCD-Y DPR

LOCAL

Local Local Local

Garodnick Koppell Recchia

Asphalt Green, Inc. Asphalt Green, Inc. Asphalt Green, Inc.

136533158 136533158 136533158

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$15,000 $10,000 $25,000

DPR DPR DPR

Funding will support the Waterproofing program, which each year teaches public school children to learn to swim. Funding will also support Asphalt Green programs at P.S. 151. Funds are being requested to help support the Recess Enhancement Program (REP) in District 11, transforming the recess period from an often dangerous, chaotic situation into a safe, fun and active time for kids. Funding will support the Waterproofing program, which each year teaches public school children to learn to swim. The Waterproofing Program serves over 1,300 children/year in a free swim program during the school day. The objectives are for students to be safe in the water, learn to swim and develop a life-long fitness habits. Funding will also support REP whose mission is to transform the recess period from an often dangerous, chaotic situation into a safe, fun and active time. To fund an After school program and art classes for children.Funds will help cover liability insurance, utility and supply expenses. To support the Informed Voices Youth Association, Exercise, Basketball skills clinic, Basketball League, Tournaments, parties, movies Basketball Luncheon. Funds will be used to offset operational costs.

Local

Manhattan Delegation, Lappin, Viverito,Asphalt Green, Inc. CC Garodnick

136533158

$200,000

DPR

Local Local

Dickens Fidler

Association Des Senegalais D'Amerique, Inc. Association of Informed Voices, Inc.

133804747 113595142

$4,000 $25,000

DYCD-Y DYCD-Y

Local

Recchia

Associazioni Siciliane Unite de New York, Inc.

113416416

$4,000

ASU of NY will provide referral/support services, presentations to enhance cultural awareness of ethnic groups, DYCD-CD provide cultural programs, support soccer tournaments for the youth, proved historical /or recreational excursions for the elderly, as well as, informational forums for the youth, elderly and women. To provide three 1-week construction safety certification training sessions in Coney Island, consisting of a 10hour Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) construction class , 4-hour NYC DOB supported scaffold class, 4-hour flagger class, blood borne pathogens class, respiratory medical clearance, and mask fit test. Astella will provide job placement services for the OSHA/construction certification program graduates. Astella Development Corp.s Mermaid Ave. Clean Streets Campaign will rid Mermaid Ave. sidewalks and street corners from Stillwell Ave. to West 37th Street of liter and surface dirt and stains. Funding would go toward APAC's 12th season of producing high quality plays and musicals, and supporting the development of new works of theater. Funds will be used to support our District Marketing and Sanitation Sweeping Program. Funding will used for the Inter-generational program to bridge the gap between youth and the elderly through Arts and Crafts, Movies, round table discussion and trips to the museum. Funding will be used to provide direct and indirect cancer support services to women and men in Queens. Funding will be used to provide direct and indirect cancer support services to women and men in Queens. Funding will be used to provide direct and indirect cancer support services to women and men in Queens. Funding will be used to provide direct and indirect cancer support services to women and men in Queens. To fund a Cultural Program - Greek Music and Dance Nights in Athens Square Park. Offer programs and services to the tenants of Atlantic Terminal. Offer educational workshops and coordinate development or community specific events tailored by the Tenants Association. Funds will be used to defray the cost of the After School Enrichment Program, STARS, that will focus on literacy, social skills, and talent development. To introduce an innovative art and technology program to our students in order to enhance and hone their thinking, creativity and communication aptitude in a more effective manner. The technology program will provide training for our teachers to help them create individual class websites to enhance the communication between our faculty and parent Funds will be used for uniforms for the football team. Funds will support a visiting Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner (PNP) who will conduct weekly psycho-educational groups and monthly psychiatric medication monitoring; and psychiatric consultations. Funding requested will be used to support the Hattie Carthan Garden and Community Markets. Funding is needed for youth stipends, building farm infrastructure, market promotions, the senior basket program, a community composting program, and an ethnic cooking program. The requested funds will support the ABT at School program, which introduces public school students to the arts and dance. Funds will support the ABT at School program, which introduces public school students to the arts and dance. Students also receive complimentary tickets to an ABT performance at the Metropolitan Opera House. To support the ABT at School program, which introduces public school students to the arts and dance. The requested funds will support the ABT at School program, which introduces public school students to the arts and dance. To provide the community children at large with amateur sports tournaments.

Local

Recchia

Astella Development Corporation

112458675

$25,000

DSBS

Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

Recchia Vallone Vallone Vallone Comrie Halloran Koslowitz Vallone Vallone James Fidler

Astella Development Corporation Astoria Performing Arts Center, Inc. Astoria Restoration Association, Inc. Astoria Tenants Organization Inc. Astoria/Queens Share-ing and Care-ing, Inc. Astoria/Queens Share-ing and Care-ing, Inc. Astoria/Queens Share-ing and Care-ing, Inc. Astoria/Queens Share-ing and Care-ing, Inc. Athens Square, Inc. Atlantic Terminal Tenants Association, Inc. Auditory/Oral School of New York, The

112458675 651209580 112431334 113369640 113220371 113220371 113220371 113220371 112833712 112905605 061531077 * * * *

$9,000 $8,500 $30,000 $5,000 $4,000 $1,000 $1,500 $28,000 $4,000 $3,500 $3,500

DSBS DCA DSBS NYCHA DOHMH DOHMH DOHMH DOHMH DPR NYCHA DYCD-Y

Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local

Greenfield Levin Dickens Vann Fidler Jackson Recchia Seabrook ** Rodriguez

Auditory/Oral School of New York, The Automotive High School Bailey House, Inc. Bailey's Caf, Inc. Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc. Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc. Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc. Ballet Theatre Foundation, Inc. Bameso Usa

061531077 136400434 133165181 200221451 131882106 131882106 131882106 131882106 342056362

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$1,591 $3,000 $7,500 $10,000

DYCD-Y DOE DOHMH DPR DCA DCA DCA DCA DYCD-Y

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$5,000 $3,000 $7,000 $6,000 $5,000

LOCAL

Our request is for funding to support Liberty LEADS STEM programming which includes a 4-week Science in the City summer program for 6th graders. The curriculum involves community building activities, inquiry-based science and math investigations, and literacy activities. Students engage in field trips two days each week visiting zoos, parks, and museums to become more familiar with the many ways nature exists in our city. We also offer a 20-session school year Saturday experiential science and math class for 7th and 8th graders named, Junk Box Invention. This class offers students an opportunity to explore their interest in hands-on science and math in a creative environment while engaging in additional reading and writing activities. The Saturday Academy Science and Math course for 9th and 10th graders offers students an experiential chemistry course where they created soda and soap or an Algebra support class. Funds will used for personnel, supplies and field trip costs. Local Local Gonzalez, Oddo,CC Mendez Mendez Baruch College/Research Foundation Battered Women's Resource Center 237039817 113302911 * * $80,000 $3,500 CUNY OCJC To enhance the ability of Baruch College to provide for the educational needs of the student body. The Battered Womens Resource Center helps survivors of domestic violence improve domestic violence public policy, its implementation and the services women and children turn-to when escaping abuse. Funding from the New York City Council will ensure the continued progress and success of our organizing campaigns to improve NYCs response to abused women and their children. It will support leadership training, development and support of survivors of domestic violence; outreach efforts to increase VOW membership and its diverse representation of NYCs survivor community and coalitions. To provide temporary residential housing, domestic violence prevention education, and program services for victims of domestic violence. To fund The Downtown Dance Festival (DDF). Specufically, funds will be used to offset equipment expenses. The Bay Community VAC is a volunteer ambulance squad providing NYS DOH certified Basic Life Support to the Bay Terrace, East Clearview and Fort Totten sections of north eastern Queens. Funds will provide general operating expenses. To support the annual BIG BayFest eight block waterfront celebration of the unique heritage and waterfront community Sheepshead Bay. To support the continued effort to create an alliance with area merchants, property owners, and local institutions in order to address issues of economic growth and quality of life. Its efforts have been directed toward maintaining the vitality of the area's combination of residential units, recreational facilities, parklands, and the retail/service commercial presence. Funding would be used to help offset the costs of the parade. Costs include: permits, bands, stages, insurance and general expenses related to the costs of a parade in NYC. Funding would be to cover the costs incurred with the operation of a graffiti removal program.The funding will be used to pay for the Storage, maintenance and operation of a vehicle; Equipment and supplies necessary to remove the graffiti throughout the neighborhood; and Safety clothing to be worn by volunteer members removing the graffiti. Funds will be used to provided educational speakers, beautification throughout Bayside, promotion of businesses through events and marketing and to pay a part-time staffer to do programs and admistrative tasks. Funds will support programs and services to the Queens community, including: history and art exhibits; education progams for schools, public programs including lectures, concerts, family workshops, and tours of two NYC landmarks. Funds will support programs and services to the Queens community, including: history and art exhibits; education progams for schools, scouts, adults; outreach to general audiences; public programs including lectures, symposia, concerts, family workshops, tours, access for students and researchers to archivial collections documenting the development of communities in northeast Queens over the past 300 years. To improve the business climate and foot traffic within the district boundaries. The requested funds will be used for marketing costs. The funds will be used to pay utilities, office equipment and supplies to perform the duties of the organization and programming funded by other sources both public and private. Our programming includes but is not limited to merchant organizing, business attraction and retention, placemaking, community events, economic development and district promotion. The Downtown Staten Island Council seeks funding for general office administration and to pay staff to perform the duties of the organization. Our programming includes but is not limited to merchant organizing, business attraction and retention, placemaking, community events, economic development and district promotion. Family Day - activities, consultants and refreshments Informational Fair - consultants Back to School Event school supplies Mothers Day Celebration - guest speaker, refreshments, momentos Fathers Day Celebration guest speaker, refreshments, momentos Multi-Cultural Holiday Celebration - items representing all of the different cultures celebrating holidays in December, momentos

Local

Manhattan Delegation, Dickens CC

Bank Street College of Education

135562167

$30,000

DYCD

Local

Women's Caucus, Fidler, Viverito CC

Battered Women's Resource Center

113302911

$50,000

Misc.

Boro Local Boro Local

Foster Chin Halloran Fidler

Battered Women's Safe Territory, The - An Opportunity to Progress, Inc. Battery Dance Corporation Bay Community Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Inc. Bay Improvement Group, Inc. Bay Ridge Bensonhurst Beautification and Preservation Alliance, Inc. Bay Ridge St Patricks Parade Committee

562455549 237418859 116106688 133713523

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$4,687 $4,000 $3,500 $10,000

DYCD-Y DCA FDNY DYCD-CD

Local

Gentile

113233233

$23,000

DYCD-CD

Local

Gentile

133256152

$3,500

DYCD-CD

Local

Halloran

Bay Terrace Community Alliance Inc.

113541266

$3,500

DYCD-CD

Boro

Halloran

Bayside Business Association Inc.

113372987

$3,857

DSBS

Local

Halloran

Bayside Historical Society

116049457

$7,500

DCA

Local

Weprin

Bayside Historical Society

116049457

$5,000

DCA

Local

Halloran

Bayside Village Business Improvement District

262931126

$3,500

DYCD-CD

Local

Oddo

Bayview Community Council, Inc.

134104889

$4,000

DSBS

Local

Rose

Bayview Community Council, Inc.

134104889

$5,000

DSBS

Local

Barron

Bayview Houses Resident's Association

030550181

$2,300

NYCHA

LOCAL

Local

Greenfield

Be Proud, Inc.

582674169

$5,000

Local

Fidler

Be Proud, Inc.

582674169

$7,500

Local Local Local Local

Recchia Sanders Greenfield Koppell

Be Proud, Inc. Beach 41st Residents Council Tenant Association, Inc. Bechirot dba Choices, Inc. Bedford Park Multi-Service Center for Senior Citizens, Inc.

582674169 113282331 203863572 132745303

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$3,000 $3,500 $3,500 $3,000

The Be Proud Foundation hosting numerous events such as Appreciation Luncheon For The Police And Fire DYCD-CD Department, Toys For Tots, Your Highness Grandmother, Passover Food Distribution, The Russian Culture and Heritage Day and etc. To support the Be Proud Foundation hosting a numerous events: Your Highness Grandmother Pageant, Toys for Tots Toy-drive, Appreciation Luncheon for the Police and Fire Department, Passover Food Distribution, Russian DYCD-CD Culture and Heritage Day and etc. Your Highness Grandmother is a pageant, and the annual Celebration of the End of World War II. To support the Be Proud Foundation hosting a numerous events: Your Highness Grandmother Pageant, Toys for DYCD-CD Tots Toy-drive, Appreciation Luncheon for the Police and Fire Department, Passover Food Distribution, Russian Culture and Heritage Day and etc. DYCD-CD Funds will be used for a Tutoring Service, Educational Trips and Office Supplies. DYCD-CD Funding received will go towards expansion of our three prong program and Parenting Forums. DFTA To provide Congregate Meals, Transportation, Educational and Recreational Activities, Health Promotion, Nutrition Education, Case Assistance, Entitlements and Benefits, Information and Referral services,advocacy, counseling and inter-generational programs to Senior Citizens 60 years and older. To provide the Diabetes Prevention Self Management Program in which we will help individuals with diabetes manage their condition and to prevent the onset of the disease. The funding will be used to enhance our current Diabetes Prevention Self Management Program. We will help individuals with diabetes manage their condition and to prevent the onset of the disease among local residents in the community. We will provide diabetes education classes for 200 clients; nutrition education for 250 clients; exercise and fitness classes for 250 clients and regular screenings and laboratory tests for 250 clients. We allow other Block Associations to use our Community Room for their meetings. Funding we be used to purchase office supplies such as paper, ink, and other office equipment. Offerings include nationally accredited job readiness training, green sector on-the-job training, career coaching and placement services, and financial literacy. Complementing these services, Restorations Financial Empowerment Center provides one-on-one financial counseling, helping residents reduce debt, manage credit and access critical financial services. Funding would support Restorations workforce and asset building efforts as we facilitate economic self sufficiency. Offerings include nationally accredited job readiness training, green sector on-the-job training, career coaching and placement services, and financial literacy. Some 1000 are served through these offerings each year and 200 placed in jobs and internships. Complementing these services, Restorations Financial Empowerment Center provides one-on-one financial counseling, helping residents reduce debt, manage credit and access critical financial services. Finally, our social supports team removes barriers to employment and self sufficiency by providing free screening, onsite access to benefits, legal counseling and social service referrals. Funds to support emergency medical service and ambulance transport and training programs including our CPR, First Aid and EMT training courses. Funding will be used for gas, vehicle repairs, rent, utilities, medical and training equipment and supplies, uniforms, textbooks, and similar costs. Funds to support emergency medical service and ambulance transport and training programs including our CPR, First Aid and EMT training courses. Funding will be used for gas, vehicle repairs, rent, utilities, medical and training equipment and supplies, uniforms, textbooks, and similar costs. We bring published authors and illustrators into classrooms to lead weekly workshops and help to build literacy among city students. Funds will be used for direct program expenses such as cost of books, supplies, student book publishing, author honoraria, travel and staff expenses. To support an in-school reading program. Funds will be used for direct program expenses such as cost of books, project supplies, student book publishing, author honoraria, travel and staff time. Behind the Book is a literacy nonprofit whose mission is to excite low-income youth about reading. We bring published authors and illustrators into classrooms to lead weekly workshops and guide students through the completion of a unique project. Funds will be used for direct program expenses such as cost of books, project supplies, student book publishing, author honoraria, travel and staff time. Behind the Book is a literacy nonprofit whose mission is to excite low-income youth about reading. We bring published authors and illustrators into classrooms to lead weekly workshops and guide students through the completion of a unique project. Funds will be used for direct program expenses such as cost of books, project supplies, student book publishing, author honoraria, travel and staff time. All of our programs throughout the school year are provided free to our trainees. We run debate and leadership training programs and debate competitions during the school year. We also run Saturday day long citywide debate competitions for public high school and middle school girls. Each summer,we conduct a free two week intensive daily debate and leadership training institute for New York City public high school and college girls. Our program/training costs for skilled debate coaches,trainers and materials, both for our year round training and citywide debate competitions covered by our organization. Funding will support Poetry in Motion in the collaboration of Bella Voce Singers and the Artichoke Dance Company, in a unique series of workshops, open rehearsals and performances.

Local

Vann

Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center, Inc.

112412205

$10,000

DOHMH

Local

Fidler

CC

Bedford Stuyvesant Family Health Center, Inc.

112412205

$50,000

DOHMH

Local

Vann

Bedford Stuyvesant Residents Association, Inc.

113624376

$1,000

NYCHA

Local

Vann

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

116083182

$75,000

DSBS

Local

Brooklyn Delegation, Lander CC

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

116083182

$75,000

DSBS

Local

Barron

Bedford Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps

112957898

$10,000

FDNY

Local

Vann

Bedford Stuyvesant Volunteer Ambulance Corps

112957898

$10,000

FDNY

Local Local

Dickens Koppell

Behind the Book, Inc. Behind the Book, Inc.

320086097 320086097

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$4,000 $5,000

DOE DOE

Local

Mendez

Behind the Book, Inc.

320086097

$3,500

DOE

Local

Rodriguez

Behind the Book, Inc.

320086097

$3,000

DOE

Local

Lappin, Viverito,CC Brewer

Bella Abzug Leadership Institute, Inc.

300280807

$35,000

CUNY

Local

Gentile

Bella Voce Inc.

205096250

$1,500

DCA

LOCAL

Local

Rivera

Belmont Arthur Avenue Local Development Organization

133020589

$10,000

Local

Gentile

Bensonhurst Council of Jewish Organizations

112568013

$3,000

Local

Greenfield

Bensonhurst Council of Jewish Organizations

112568013

$2,500

Local

Recchia

Bensonhurst Council of Jewish Organizations

112568013

$9,000

Local

Fidler

Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation d/b/a Millennium Development

113199040

$145,000

To be funded consist of the Community Consultant Program,(CCP) and the Housing Preservation Initiative.(HPI) These programs serve the moderate and low income residents of community boards with the objective and the programatic scope have been to assist residents/tenants in securing housing services and apply for housing entitlements. Funds to pay for staff that will administer critical community services that include: advocacy; counseling clients on benefits and entitlements; processing and renewal of Food Stamps, Medicare, and Housing Services and DYCD-CD Section 8 recertification; Crisis Intervention; Career Services; Social Security Services; Holocaust Services; and a Food Pantry. Funds to help sustain our food pantry, which is part of the largest kosher food distribution network in the DYCD-CD country. Funds to pay for staff that will administer critical community services that include: advocacy; counseling clients on benefits and entitlements; processing and renewal of Food Stamps, Medicare, and Housing Services and DYCD-CD Section 8 recertification; Crisis Intervention; Career Services; Social Security Services; Holocaust Services; and a Food Pantry. To maintain sponsorship services to the 22 satellite sites that meet throughout southern Brooklyn. In addition we will continue to sponsor the largest Active Adult program in NYC which is located in a public parks facility. DFTA Additionally we will be able to supply nutritional snacks during program hours, trips, vehicle costs and exercise materials. HPD To enhance youth & family services including comprehensive after-school programming at four local elementary DYCD-CD schools, general youth programming including youth sports and events as well as social activities. The funds will be used for staff, curriculum development, trips, and equipment for programming and graffiti removal. Funding will allow us to continue the Active Adult programming offering organized health & wellness activities such as yoga, line dancing, stretch band class, walking clubs and more. Funding will also provide essential transportation services for seniors, to offset costs of staff, and to provide snacks, trips and excercise equipment. To support programming including recreational activities such as youth fitness and sports; social activities including evening teen centers, leadership and neighborhood beautification programs; educational activities in after-school centers and programs. Additionally we will work with local school parent associations, school districts, school leadership teams local NYPD to have community meetings at our community center.

Local

Fidler

Bergen Basin Community Development Corporation d/b/a Millennium Development

113199040

$53,175

Local

Fidler

Bergen Beach Youth Organization

112598350

$90,000

DFTA

Local

Fidler

Bergen Beach Youth Organization

112598350

$24,000

DYCD-CD

Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Local Boro

Levin Fidler, Eugene CC Dickens Viverito Koslowitz Rose Dickens Viverito Gennaro

Berry Street South 9th Tenant Association Best of Brooklyn, Inc. Beta Israel of North America Cultural Foundation, Inc. Betances Houses Tenant Association Beth Gavriel Bukharian Congregation Bethel Community Church Beth-Hark Christian Counseling Center, Inc. Beth-Hark Christian Counseling Center, Inc. Big Apple Circus, Ltd.

230691815 043699700 611458111 136400434 113336257 133200339 133276481 133276481 132906037

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$2,000 $175,000 $5,000 $1,000

$25,000 $5,000 $6,000 $3,750

unding will be used to provide activities for families and children including rides, balloons, cotton candy, and back -to-school supplies. The funding will support tourism marketing and develop strategic, economic initiatives for tourism stakeholders DYCD across Brooklyn. To support the 10th Annual Sheba Film Festival, which showcases the artistic works of Ethiopian artists and DYCD-CD filmmakers. NYCHA To Support Family Day Activities To establish an After-School program to engage our youth with opportunities to better themselves with values DYCD-Y and morals and to offer them a safe place, off the streets, to enhance their education and deal with other social issues that they might be facing. NYCHA DYCD-CD Bethel is seeking support for its Community Based Food Pantry, Breakfast Club and Community Day. Funds will expand the services currently provided by Emergency Food Assistance Program which consists of a Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen. Funds will expand the services currently provided by Emergency Food Assistance Program which consists of a DYCD-CD Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen. To support the Circus for All Program which provides free, subsidized, and discounted performance tickets to DCA eligible youth, school groups, and senior citizens. DYCD-CD DYCD-Y To support the Clown Care program. Clown doctors, who are trained in specific hygienic practices and protocols, related to interacting with hospitalized children in inpatient wards, intensive care units, emergency rooms, and in physical therapy, bone marrow transplant, pediatric AIDS, and outpatient clinics. To support the Circus for All Program which provides free, subsidized, and discounted performance tickets to eligible youth, school groups, and senior citizens. To support the Circus for All Program which provides free, subsidized, and discounted performance tickets to eligible youth, school groups, and senior citizens. To support the Circus for All Program which provides free, subsidized, and discounted performance tickets to eligible youth, school groups, and senior citizens. Support for Clown Care, the Big Apple Circuss signature community outreach program, is in residence at 14 hospitals nationwide, including three in New York. Members of the Clown Care team conduct their own version of medical rounds, spreading humors healing power. All clown doctors are trained in specific hygienic practices and protocols related to interacting with hospitalized children in inpatient wards, intensive care units, emergency rooms, and in physical therapy, bone marrow transplant, pediatric AIDS, outpatient and acute care clinics. Funds awarded will be used to match domestic and international visitors with friendly and knowledgeable volunteers; recruit, screen and orient new volunteers; familiarize volunteers with neighborhood sites so that they can then in turn bring visitors and recommend them to friends, families and colleagues; promote free neighborhood events on Facebook, our website and emails to volunteers; work with journalists worldwide to generate free, positive publicity about NYC.

$5,000

Boro

Manhattan Delegation Big Apple Circus, Ltd.

132906037

$3,500

Local Local Local

Jackson Vann Weprin

Big Apple Circus, Ltd. Big Apple Circus, Ltd. Big Apple Circus, Ltd.

132906037 132906037 132906037

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$3,000 $5,000 $5,000

DCA DCA DCA

Local

Lappin, Levin

CC

Big Apple Circus, Ltd.

132906037

$25,000

HHC

Boro

Manhattan Delegation Big Apple Greeter, Inc.

133733413

$5,250

DSBS

LOCAL

Local

Arroyo

Big Apple Greeter, Inc.

133733413

$5,000

DSBS

Local

Brewer

Big Apple Greeter, Inc.

133733413

$3,000

DSBS

Local

Dromm

Big Apple Greeter, Inc.

133733413

$3,500

DSBS

Local

Greenfield

Big Apple Greeter, Inc.

133733413

$2,500

DSBS

Local

Jackson

Big Apple Greeter, Inc.

133733413

$4,000

DSBS

Local

Weprin

Big Apple Greeter, Inc.

133733413

$5,000

DSBS