June 02, 2022

2022 Community Impact Grants

The Community Foundation for the Greater Capital Region is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2022 Community Impact Grants. Community Impact grants represent 30 funds that address a variety of issue areas and geographic locations, but are otherwise unrestricted. This year, the Foundation’s Grants Committee reviewed 61 applications and were able to award 32 grants totaling $237,370.

The Foundation is grateful for the leadership, guidance, and expertise of our Grants Committee.

Together with our family of fund advisors, the Community Foundation has distributed more than $100M in grants and scholarships in our region since our founding in 1968. To learn more about how you make an impact click here.

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Congratulations to the following organizations: A Dapple a Day Equine Center, AIM Services, Inc. Beyond My Battle, Inc., Bluelight Development Group, Inc., Bring on the Spectrum, Inc., Catholic Charities Housing Office, Center for Law & Justice, Inc./Albany LEAD, Creative Living Solutions, Inc., Empire State Youth Orchestra, Equinox, Inc., Franklin Community Center, Future of Small Cities, Inc., Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless, New York State Network for Youth Success, Inc., Pitney Meadows Community Farm, Inc., Reach Out and Read, Inc., Rensselaer Plateau Alliance, Saratoga Regional YMCA, Schenectady Community Action Program, Schoharie River Center, Inc., Senior Hope Counseling, Inc., Sky High Adventure Center, Inc., St. Anne Institute, Sunnyview Hospital and Rehabilitation Center Foundation, Trinity Lutheran Church, Unity House of Troy, Inc., Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood, Inc., Walter Elwood Museum of the Mohawk Valley, Warriors on Wheels, Inc., Where Angels Play Foundation, WMHT Educational and Telecommunications, Inc., YWCA of Schenectady.