Field Hall Foundation Awards Winter Grants

Field Hall Foundation Awards Winter Grants

Field Hall Foundation has announced $253,251 in new grants through its Winter 2022/23 grant cycle.  13 grants, ranging from $4,050 to $50,000, have been awarded to organizations that will provide services to improve the lives of older adults and their caregivers in Dutchess, Putnam, and Westchester Counties.  Grant recipients include:


Catholic Charities of Westchester and Putnam

$50,000 – To provide case management and emergency relief funding to seniors in need


Pace Women’s Justice Center

$50,000 – To provide civil legal services to protect seniors from all forms of elder abuse


Visiting Nurse Services in Westchester

$40,480 – To expand their geriatric care navigation program to at-risk, low-income seniors



$18,921 – To put in place a proactive protocol to address and prevent bedbugs at their senior residences


Caring for the Hungry & Homeless of Peekskill

$15,000 – To provide healthy groceries to food insecure older adults


Hillside Food Outreach

$15,000 – To support their program which delivers nutritious foods to homebound seniors in Putnam and Westchester Counties


North East Community Center

$15,000 – To deliver nutritious foods to homebound seniors and start a medical equipment/supplies sharing closet


Parole Preparation Project

$15,000 – To provide direct support and assistance to formerly incarcerated elders returning home from prison in Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester Counties


St. Thomas Episcopal Church

$10,000 – To support and expand their food pantry services to more seniors in need in Amenia and the surrounding area


Gramatan Village

$9,800 – To provide emergency funding for food and transportation to their eligible senior members


Community Housing Innovations

$5,000 – To launch a site-based food pantry at Mayfair Senior Apartments


Pawling Resource Center

$5,000 – To relieve food insecurity in the Pawling community


Mt. Kisco Interfaith Food Pantry

$4,050 – To provide warm, nutritious meals to homebound, food-insecure seniors




This is the first of the Foundation’s three grant cycles for 2023.  Letters of Inquiry are now being accepted for the Fall 2023 cycle; the deadline for submission is May 31, 2023.


For more information visit or contact:


Patti Lavan Horvath

Program Officer


Pronouns: she/her/hers


Field Hall Foundation

2302 Catherine Street

Cortlandt Manor, NY 10567




Author: Harlem Valley News