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Field Hall Foundation invites applications for older adult programs

Field Hall Foundation invites applications for older adult programs

Field Hall Foundation invites applications for older adult programs for 2022-2023 grant cycle.

The following programmes and projects are funded by the Foundation and directly benefit low-income, vulnerable seniors and the caregivers who look after them:

  • Food insecurity
  • Home-based care services
  • Respite and support services for spouses/relatives caring for older adults at home
  • Safety, security and elder abuse
  • Social work/Case management
  • Transportation for older adults, caregivers, or home health aides.

Grants of up to $15,000 for project/program creation, expansion, and/or support and minor capital improvement projects and large grants over $15,000 for project/program creation, expansion, and/or support will be awarded. Programs should provide services to older adults and their caregivers in the New York counties of Westchester, Putnam, and Duchess.

To be eligible for a regular grant, organizations must have an annual operating budget of at least $1 million and a full-time paid executive director.

Letters of inquiry are due October 3, 2022, and selected applicants will be invited to submit a full application.

The Foundation provides grants to not-for-profits and local governments for programs and projects that improve the lives of older adults and caregivers. Priority is given to those that focus on seniors’ and caregivers’ most basic needs.

To learn more about Field Hall Foundation  grant opportunity, click here.

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