* Please note Grant awards are published with a year delay due to auditing purposes
American Cancer Society500
To support the “Oneida Relay For Life” event which helps fund cancer research, education & advocacy efforts.
American Red Cross250
To support emergency preparedness programs and disaster relief services.
ARC of Madison-Cortland250
To support developmental disabilities programs.
To empower cancer patients and survivors through a volunteer mentor program and complementary therapy programs.
CAP of Madison County76935
(Part of a multi-year grant totaling $154,305)
To operate the Mary Rose Center, a free health clinic for the uninsured.
(Part of a multi-year grant totaling $1,000,000)
Support for the Catherine Cummings theatre and a student scholarship in memory of Catherine Cummings Gorman, Class of 1925.
City of Sherrill Concert Series10376.44
To fund a free, public concert series.
CNY Community Arts Council10000
(Part of a multi-year grant totaling $50,000)
Support for the Stanley Theatre Center for the Arts.
CNY Compassion Connection3000
To help fund their food pantry which feeds over 150 families each month.
Consumer Services of Madison County5000
For the installation of a commercial kitchen.
Cornell Cooperative Ext. of Madison County2000
Support for local agricultural economic development efforts.
C.U.R.E.(Citizens United for Research in Epilepsy)1000
For epilepsy research.
Food Bank of CNY10000
For a new food distribution center which helps supply food to 277 emergency food programs including food pantries, soup kitchens and emergency shelters.
Fordham University School of Law250000
(Part of a multi-year grant totaling $2,000,000)
To establish the Owen T. Gorman Moot Courtroom in honor of Owen T. Gorman, who graduated first in his class in 1929.
For general support of their programs and services which help individuals with developmental disabilities.
(Part of a multi-year grant totaling $117,346)
To support a cooperative of seven area churches in their efforts to provide household repairs to the elderly and disabled. * Oneida First Presbyterian Church served as their fiscal agent.
Kallet Civic Center250
For general support.
Kelberman Center/Upstate Cerebral Palsy Association1500
For programs and services for autistic children and their families.
Kirkland Art Center80
For general operating support.
For publication support of a journal dedicated to Lithuanian and Baltic art, history, and language.
Madison County Historical Society500
Support for “Hop Fest,” an annual event that promotes the art of craft brewing and central New York’s influence on the hop industry.
Madison County Literacy Coalition*5000
To create a five-year strategic plan that will increase high-school graduation rates and expand access to literacy services for people in need. *Oneida Public Library served as their fiscal agent.
National Abolition Hall of Fame & Museum3500
To help fund a “Traveling Abolition Museum” that can be moved to and installed at various sites throughout the region.
Oneida Area Day Care Center500
To support the annual “Run for the Children,” which raises money for daycare supplies.
Oneida Community Mansion House800
To help fund educational programming and museum exhibitions.
Oneida Healthcare Center100000
(Part of a multi-year grant totaling $300,000)
To fund a new ambulatory surgery suite.
Oneida Healthcare Center1500
To help purchase an aquatic bicycle for the outpatient therapy pool and a new nurse call system for patient rooms.
Support for “Shop with a Cop,” a holiday gift-giving program for kids in need.
For the annual “Charlie Decker” public safety dinner.
OnPoint for College3000
For basic college supplies, bedding and towels for 20 low-income, residential college students.
OnPoint for College1000
To help sponsor a local student at the Congressional Youth Leadership Council’s National Young Leaders Conference in Washington, DC.
Pegasus Soccer Club of CNY250
To help fund soccer programs for low-income youth.
To support community outreach programs and services.
For the soup kitchen.
Sherrill-Kenwood Community Chest160
For the Park Festival fundraiser.
Sherrill Merchants Assoc.58
For the 9/11 “Field of Honor” memorial display.
St. Patrick’s School125
For the annual Basket Bonanza fundraiser event.
Town of Verona Food Pantry *600
To purchase Thanksgiving Day food items for families in need. *Verona United Methodist Church served as their fiscal agent.
Utica School of Commerce15000
To fund a student scholarship program at the Canastota campus.
Woodhaven Wildlife Center8000
For animal rehabilitation services.