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Auto dealership to fund scholarships and nonprofit grants in Hudson Valley

Healey Brothers, a Montgomery-based family-owned network of automotive dealerships, has established a permanently endowed fund to award grants to a wide range of nonprofit...

New Canaan to add grant writer’s job to town payroll

The town has been losing out of state grant funds that went to other localities.

New grants to finance Connecticut’s small town infrastructure projects

Eight Fairfield County localities will receive state funds.

CT Humanities to allocate new round of grant awards

Last December, the organization awarded more than $16.6 million to 641 entities.

Lamont announces $30M in grants to Covid-impacted hospitality businesses

Grant amounts will range from $7,500 to $49,999.

Four local land trusts receive Nature Conservancy grants

The program awarded a total of $325,000 to promote conservation efforts in New York.

Westchester Community Foundation awards $545K in grants to 16 nonprofits

Picture House Regional Film Center will receive $15,000 for a German film festival.

IBM offers $5M in grants to help schools with cybersecurity

Schools in four foreign countries will also receive grant funds.

Rockland County unveils grant programs for small businesses and green space...

The programs are financed with American Rescue Plan Act funds.

Field Hall Foundation issues $302K in grants to seniors-focused nonprofits

Field Hall Foundation, a Cortlandt Manor-based philanthropy focused on improving the lives of older adults and their caregivers in Westchester, Putnam and Dutchess counties,...

Four Rockland restaurants receive initial grant program funding

Grants range from $17,000 to $25,000.

United Way of Western Connecticut hosts grant program for nonprofits

The application deadline is March 16.

Westchester and Hudson Valley to receive millions in water funds

Millions of dollars for drinking water and sewer infrastructure projects will be flowing into municipalities in Westchester and other parts of the Hudson Valley as part of $115 million in new funding approved by the state's Environmental Facilities Corporation.

State widens $880M business recovery program that has spent only 6%

Grants for a minimum award of $5,000 and a maximum award of $50,000 are calculated based on a New York state business' annual gross receipts for 2019.