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Project/Recipient Description Agency Funding Level House Date
Last updated: 02/08/2012
view FRIENDS OF FLAX POND, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED FOR PROFESSIONAL STAFF SUPPORT ($7,000), AND FOR EXPENSES RELATED TO THE FRIENDS OF FLAX PONDÆS DIAMONDBACK TERRAPIN NESTING PROJECT ($2,900). DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION $9,900.00 Assembly Englebright SFY 2008-2009
view METROPOLITAN NEW YORK COORDINATING COUNCIL ON JEWISH POVERTY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAMS INCLUDING CASE MANAGEMENT, CRISIS INTERVENTION, FOOD VOUCHERS, ETC. IN THE BORO PARK, BROOKLYN COMMUNITY. PROGRAMS ARE OPEN TO ALL ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. DEPARTMENT OF STATE $98,000.00 Assembly Canestrari, Cymbrowitz, Glick, Rosenthal, Dinowitz, Farrell, Maisel, O`Donnell, Benedetto, Brook-Krasny, Hikind, Millman, Abbate, Bing, Hoyt, Brennan, Clark, Gottfried, Mayersohn, Weprin, Young E, Pheffer, Silver, Weinstein SFY 2007-2008
view METROPOLITAN NEW YORK COORDINATING COUNCIL ON JEWISH POVERTY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAMS, INCLUDING CASE MANAGEMENT, CRISIS INTERVENTION, FOOD VOUCHERS, ETC. IN THE BORO PARK, BROOKLYN COMMUNITY. PROGRAMS ARE OPEN TO ALL ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. DEPARTMENT OF STATE $98,000.00 Assembly Cymbrowitz, Glick, Jacobs, Lentol, Ortiz, Rosenthal, Dinowitz, Maisel, O`Donnell, Colton, Titone, Lancman, Nolan, Pheffer, Silver, Weinstein SFY 2009-2010
view YMCA GREENPOINT FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT A TRAINING AND AWARENESS PROGRAM FOCUSED ON REDUCING THE DEMAND FOR DRUGS AND ALCOHOL AND PREVENTING GANG PARTICIPATION AMONG GIRLS AND BOYS AGES SIX TO SIXTEEN. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $98,000.00 Assembly Lentol SFY 2009-2010
view THE OSBORNE ASSOCIATION, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO DEVELOP AND PROVIDE A VISITATION AND PARENTING PROGRAM FOR WOMEN INCARCERATED AT ALBION CORRECTIONAL FACILITY AND THEIR CHILDREN. FUNDS MAY ALSO BE USED TO SUPPORT FAMILY VISIT PROGRAMMING THROUGH TELECONFERENCING. DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONAL SERVICES $98,000.00 Assembly Lentol, Aubry SFY 2009-2010
view METROPOLITAN NEW YORK COORDINATING COUNCIL ON JEWISH POVERTY FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE SOCIAL SERVICE PROGRAMS, INCLUDING CASE MANAGEMENT, CRISIS INTERVENTION, FOOD VOUCHERS, ETC. IN THE BORO PARK, BROOKLYN COMMUNITY. PROGRAMS ARE OPEN TO ALL ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. DEPARTMENT OF STATE $98,000.00 Assembly Glick, Canestrari, Cymbrowitz, Rosenthal, Farrell, Maisel, O`Donnell, Dinowitz, Hikind, Millman, Benedetto, Brook-Krasny, Hoyt, Abbate, Bing, Brennan, Gottfried, Mayersohn, Clark, Rivera N, Weprin, Pheffer, Silver, Weinstein, Young E SFY 2008-2009
view EDUCATION AND ASSISTANCE CORPORATION, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO SUPPORT ALTERNATIVES TO INCARCERATION, SO PARTICIPANTS CAN GET THE SERVICES THAT THEY NEED. DIVISION OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE SERVICES $97,000.00 Assembly Lentol, Aubry SFY 2009-2010
view SYRACUSE CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PURCHASE SMART BOARDS AND OTHER TECHNOLOGY HARDWARE TO CREATE A PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT LAB FOR SCIENCE AND MATH CURRICULUM UNITS. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT $9,700.00 Assembly Christensen SFY 2006-2007
view ONE STOP RICHMOND HILL COMMUNITY CENTER, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROVIDE COMMUNITY OUTREACH SERVICE, SUCH AS ENTITLEMENTS, ASSISTANCE WITH HEAP, HEARTSHARE AND ENERGY SHARE APPLICATIONS, EMERGENCY FOOD ASSISTANCE, AFTER SCHOOL TUTORING PROGRAM FOR GRADES 2-6 IN READING AND MATH, AS OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES $96,306.00 Assembly Seminerio SFY 2007-2008
view SOUTH BUFFALO EDUCATION CENTER FUNDS WILL BE USED TO OFFER GENERAL EDUCATION DIPLOMA CLASSES, JOB TRAINING AND FOR THE PURCHASE OF COMPUTERS. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT $9,600.00 Assembly Schroeder SFY 2009-2010
view JUST BUFFALO LITERARY CENTER, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO OFFSET COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH LITERARY PROGRAMS AND EVENTS FOR ADULTS AND YOUTH. EDUCATION DEPARTMENT $9,600.00 Assembly Hoyt SFY 2009-2010
view JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL SERVICES COMMISSION, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PARTIALLY OFFSET THE COST OF PROVIDING CRITICAL SOCIAL SERVICES TO NEEDY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CRISIS INTERVENTION, HOUSING SUPPORT TO SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS, EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AND J OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES $95,000.00 Assembly Canestrari, Cymbrowitz, Glick, Rosenthal, Farrell, Maisel, O`Donnell, Dinowitz, Benedetto, Brook-Krasny, Hikind, Millman, Abbate, Bing, Hoyt, Brennan, Clark, Gottfried, Mayersohn, Weprin, Pheffer, Silver, Weinstein, Young E SFY 2007-2008
view METROPOLITAN DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PROMOTE ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT IN CENTRAL NEW YORK. DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT $95,000.00 Assembly Magnarelli, Silver SFY 2006-2007
view JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL SERVICES COMMISSION, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PARTIALLY OFFSET THE COST OF PROVIDING CRITICAL SOCIAL SERVICES TO NEEDY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CRISIS INTERVENTION, HOUSING SUPPORT TO SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS, EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AND JOB DEVELOPMENT, ETC. SERVICES ARE OPEN TO ALL ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES $95,000.00 Assembly Rosenthal, Cymbrowitz, Glick, Jacobs, Lentol, Ortiz, Dinowitz, Maisel, O`Donnell, Titone, Colton, Lancman, Pheffer, Silver, Weinstein, Nolan SFY 2009-2010
view JEWISH COMMUNITY COUNCIL SERVICES COMMISSION, INC. FUNDS WILL BE USED TO PARTIALLY OFFSET THE COST OF PROVIDING CRITICAL SOCIAL SERVICES TO NEEDY CHILDREN AND FAMILIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CRISIS INTERVENTION, HOUSING SUPPORT TO SPECIAL NEEDS POPULATIONS, EMPLOYMENT TRAINING AND JOB DEVELOPMENT, ETC. SERVICES ARE OPEN TO ALL ON A NON-SECTARIAN BASIS. OFFICE OF CHILDREN AND FAMILY SERVICES $95,000.00 Assembly Rosenthal, Canestrari, Cymbrowitz, Glick, Dinowitz, Farrell, Maisel, O`Donnell, Benedetto, Brook-Krasny, Hikind, Millman, Bing, Hoyt, Abbate, Brennan, Clark, Gottfried, Mayersohn, Rivera N, Weprin, Silver, Weinstein, Pheffer SFY 2008-2009


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