Field Hall Foundation Announces $254,000 in Winter Grants

Field Hall Foundation Announces

$254,000 in Winter Grants

CORTLANDT MANOR, NY, February 29, 2024 – Field Hall Foundation has announced $254,000 in new grants through its Winter 2023/24 grant cycle.  17 grants, ranging from $5,000 to $40,000, 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 Community Services of Dutchess Inc.           

$40,000 – To provide ADA compliant transportation for seniors

The LOFT: LGBTQ+ Community Center

$30,000 – To provide case management services to LGBTQ+ seniors

Dutchess County Office for the Aging

$25,000 – To provide transportation for older adults when no other option is available

Lifting Up Westchester, Inc.           

$20,000 – To provide food, housing, and other basic services to seniors

Meals on Main Street          

$20,000 – To procure and deliver produce, prepared foods, and dairy to seniors

Bethel Nursing Home          

$15,000 – To make upgrades to their Adult Day Care Program

Dutchess Outreach  

$15,000 – To provide nutritious, prepared meals and groceries for seniors

Greystone Programs Inc.    

$14,000 – To make ADA compliant upgrades to their Poughquag residence


Cancer Support Community Greater NY & CT at Gilda’s Club           

$10,000 – To provide counseling, peer support groups and educational workshops to

older adults with cancer and their caregivers

Meals on Wheels of New Rochelle, Inc.     

$10,000 – To deliver prepared meals to homebound seniors

Second Chance Foods          

$10,000 – To provide nourishing meals and groceries to homebound seniors

SPRYE, Inc. 

$10,000 – To provide educational programs and transportation to isolated seniors

Support Connection Inc.     

$10,000 – To provide programming and financial relief to seniors dealing with cancer


$10,000 – To provide nutritious food and hygiene items to low-income seniors

Cornell Cooperative Extension Dutchess County

$5,000 – To grow and deliver fresh produce to seniors

Family Services of Westchester     

$5,000 – To provide transportation for seniors through their RideConnect program

Red Hook United Methodist Church Food Pantry          

$5,000 – To provide groceries to seniors in need

The Winter cycle is the first of the Foundation’s three grant cycles in 2024.  The Foundation will announce the Spring grant awards in June and is currently accepting Letters of Inquiry for its Fall cycle.  For more information on the grants awarded or future grantmaking, please visit or contact:

Patti Lavan Horvath, Program Officer

Field Hall Foundation

2302 Catherine Street, Cortlandt Manor, NY  10567

(914) 813-9103

Author: Harlem Valley News