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NYOpenGovernment consolidates information from a variety of existing public disclosure databases and made it available on this website. A “member item” is the colloquial term used to describe state funding allocated by legislators to community, civic, and public health initiatives in their home district. Beginning in 2010 member items have been removed from the state budget through the use of the Governor’s line-item veto power.Therefore, though some legacy spending continues and discretionary spending exists through other means, member items have not been reported since 2010. Member item data on NYOpenGovernment is for historical reference only.

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Project/Recipient Description Agency Funding Level House Date
Last updated: 02/08/2012
view Mount Vernon Neighborhood Health Center -"Fit for Life" - Adolescent Weight Management "Fit for Life" program; help overweight/obese adolescent between the ages of twelve and nineteen Health $6,000.00 Senate Hassell-Thompson SFY 2009-2010
view Italian Heritage and Culture Committee of the Bronx & Westchester "Il Leone di San Marco" awards Parks $5,000.00 Senate Klein SFY 2009-2010
view Parents As Primary Teachers, Inc. "Shake, Rattle & Roll" program. C&F $25,000.00 Senate Montgomery SFY 2009-2010
view Bridge Builder Organization for Community Empowermwnt "Step Forward" pilot program C&F $15,000.00 Senate Stewart-Cousins SFY 2009-2010
view New York Agency for Community Affairs (NYACA) (1) Income Tax Preparation Assistance and Health Care Enrollment Outreach Campaign and (2) Foreclosure Counseling and Home buying Seminars State $10,000.00 Senate Krueger SFY 2009-2010
view Clay Avenue Tenants Association (19 NYCHA Resident Councils) Assistance w/ Family Day & Community events- $5000 for each Resident Council in the 36th Senate District (Baychester, Boston Secore, Butler Houses, Claremont Consolidation (5 separate councils), Claremont Parkway House, Eastch Housing $146,000.00 Senate Hassell-Thompson SFY 2009-2010
view Clay Avenue Tenants Association (20 NYCHA Resident Councils) Assistance w/ Family Day & Community events- $2000 for each Resident Council in the 36th Senate District w/ a $500 allotment to Clay Avenue Rehabs RC for services rendered (List all 20 Resident Councils) Housing $40,500.00 Senate Hassell-Thompson SFY 2008-2009
view Coalition of Homes Offering Independence and Community for Elders (CHOICE) Launch an interactive web site and to design and present a major statewide conference on individualizing culture change in nursing homes. Aging $20,000.00 Senate Oppenheimer SFY 2009-2010
view Humane Education Advocated Researching Teachers (HEART) To conduct the Humane Living Leadership Club, an after-school program focusing on teaching students compassion and respect for fellow humans, animals, and the environment at Mamaroneck Avenue Elementary School in Mamaroneck. C&F $2,000.00 Senate Oppenheimer SFY 2009-2010
view Interfaith Council for Action, Inc. (IFCA) To purchase an upgrade of accounting/property management software, Yardi Genesis, and hardware, to enable the Financial Department to account for and provide financial reporting of all residential rental apartments and other program benefits the lo Housing $6,500.00 Senate Oppenheimer SFY 2009-2010
view National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependance/ Westchester (NCAAD) To purchase necessary equipment that will be used for the educational and informational material they produce. ASAS $8,000.00 Senate Oppenheimer SFY 2009-2010
view Sheltering the Homeless is Our Responsibility (SHORE) To conduct a program educating and assisting both tenants and homeowners in ways to improve indoor air quality, reduce electrical and water charges, and operate their households with energy efficiency. Housing $5,000.00 Senate Oppenheimer SFY 2009-2010
view Westchester Jewish Community Services, Inc. (WJCS) To support professional services provided through Young Parents Achieve!, a comprehensive, wrap around program for pregnant and parenting adolescents to support high school graduation and avoidance of second pregnancy. C&F $20,000.00 Senate Oppenheimer SFY 2009-2010
view Westchester Residential Opportunities, Inc. (WRO) To replace and upgrade the existing aged and damaged office furniture. Housing $10,000.00 Senate Oppenheimer SFY 2009-2010
view Youth Service Opportunities Project (YSOP) To expand their work into Westchester County introducing students to volunteering and service learning by establishing Westchester Learn and Serve Network, offering five minigrants to Westchester schools to promote service learning, professional de Educ $10,000.00 Senate Oppenheimer SFY 2009-2010


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