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– Sullivan Renaissance announced
$150,000 in grants to support beautification and community development projects
throughout Sullivan County at its Spring Market and Annual Conference at Bethel
Woods Center for the Arts last weekend.
Grant amounts range from $500 to $25,000 and are accompanied by
additional resources, and, in some cases summer interns or assistance from the
Renaissance Horticulture Crew.
[FERNDALE] – Sullivan Renaissance announced $150,000 in grants to support beautification and community development projects throughout Sullivan County at its Spring Market and Annual Conference at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts last weekend. Grant amounts range from $500 to $25,000 and are accompanied by additional resources, and, in some cases summer interns or assistance from the Renaissance Horticulture Crew.
Alongside volunteer led projects; Assemblywoman Aileen Gunther introduced this year’s Municipal Partnership grant recipients - the towns of Fallsburg, Liberty, Thompson, Tusten and the Village of Woodridge for enhanced code enforcement, care of public spaces and building healthy communities.
The conference and grant announcements mark the commencement of Sullivan Renaissance’s 18th grant season. This year the focus is “Love Where you Live.”
During the conference, Executive Director Denise Frangipane said, “Sullivan Renaissance, with the generosity of the Gerry Foundation, offers grants, technical assistance and other resources. It is all of you who are turning those grants and resources into communities where people love to live and visit.”
Anyone interested in volunteering for a project is invited to a Volunteer Orientation on May 9, 2018 at 6pm at CVI in Ferndale. Gardening experience is not required, there are many ways to get involved.
Several grant programs are still available on a rolling deadline. Contact Sullivan Renaissance at 845.295.2445 for information on grants or volunteer opportunities.
Sullivan Renaissance is a beautification and community development program principally funded by the Gerry Foundation with support from Bold Gold Media Group, DV8 Magazine, The River Reporter, The Sullivan County Democrat, and the Times Herald Record.
MUNICIPAL PARTNERSHIP GRANTS: (5)
Town of Fallsburg
Town of Liberty
Town of Thompson
Town of Tusten
Village of Woodridge
COMMUNITY GRANTS: (10)
Callicoon Business Association, Callicoon Beautification,Callicoon
Jeffersonville JEMS, Paint the Town Pink, Jeffersonville
Hurleyville-Sullivan First, Hurleyville Beautification, Hurleyville
Liberty Central School District, Art Works!, Liberty
Livingston Manor Renaissance, Livingston Manor Beautification, Livingston Manor
Lumberland Parks & Recreation, Pride of Lumberland, Lumberland
Neversink Renaissance, Neversink Beautification, Neversink
Swan Lake Renaissance, Swan Lake Beautification, Swan Lake
Town of Forestburgh, Welcome Signs & Beautification, Forestburgh
White Sulphur Springs Sullivan First, Banners & Beautification, White Sulphur Springs
GARDEN GRANTS: (10)
Barryville Chamber of Commerce, Welcome Sign Garden, Barryville
Catskill Fly Fishing Museum, Walkway Landscaping, Livingston Manor
Dynamite Youth Center, Peace Petal Garden, Fallsburg
Hebrew Day School, Phase III Entry Landscaping, Kiamesha Lake
Hudson River Healthcare, Dental Clinic Landscaping, Monticello
Kenoza Lake 4-H Hummingbirds, Butterfly Garden, Callicoon Center
Monticello Elks Club #1544, Sign Garden, Monticello
Monticello United Methodist Church, Parsonage Landscaping, Monticello
St. James Episcopal Church, Driveway & Entry Landscaping, Callicoon
St. Peter’s Church of Liberty, Church Sign Garden, Liberty
MAINTENANCE GRANTS: (13)
BATS for Veterans, Liberty
Eldred Central School, Eldred
Ethelbert B. Crawford Library, Monticello
Kenoza Lake United Methodist Church, Kenoza Lake
Liberty United Methodist Church, Liberty
Literacy Volunteers of Sullivan County, Monticello
Livingston Manor United Methodist Church, Livingston Manor
Loomis Area Neighborhood Watch, Liberty
Mileses Cemetery, Mileses
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Monticello
St. Peter’s Church of Monticello,Monticello
St. Peter’s Regional School, Liberty