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Basic Human Needs Grants and Programs in New York

Episcopal Charities Basic Human Needs Grants 2014

Episcopal Charities allocated a total of $490,000 in Basic Human Needs grants to 54 outreach programs in 2014. The average grant is $9,075. 

Slow economic recovery, cuts to government programs, and high rates of unemployment put individuals and families throughout the Diocese of New York at risk. Grant applications attest to the continually increasing demand for the essential life services our Diocese’s outreach programs provide - and to the deep hunger for the welcome and fellowship offered by our parish communities. Programs recommended for funding provide services to the working poor, the elderly, those living in poverty, and to specific vulnerable populations including the homeless, recent immigrants, prisoners, the formerly incarcerated and their families, and individuals living with HIV/AIDS and other chronic illnesses. 

Click on the name of any program to learn more. (Please note that some programs are listed in more than one category.)

Community Kitchens


  

Food Pantries

Christ the King, Rondout Valley Food Pantry, Stone Ridge $6,400
Church of the Messiah, Jayne Brooks Food Pantry, Rhinebeck $6,900
St. Andrew's, Brewster & St. James, Community Food Pantry, North Salem
$9,400
St. Andrew's & St. Luke's, Food Pantry, Beacon
$3,900
Grace Church, Fed by Grace Food Pantry, Port Jervis
$6,600
St. Mark's, Interfaith Food Pantry, Mt. Kisco $14,000
San Andres, Food Pantry, Yonkers $11,400
St. Mary's, Sloatsburg Food Pantry, Tuxedo Park
$5,300
St. Ann's, Food Pantry and Soup Kitchen, Bronx
$20,000
St. George's, Food Pantry, Newburgh
$6,900
St. John's, Caring Hands Food Pantry, Monticello
$10,000
St. John's, Pleasantville Community Garden, Pleasantville $5,200
St. Edmund's, Food Pantry, Bronx
$3,000
St. Mary's, Food Pantry & Soup Kitchen, Manhattan
$9,000
St. Mary's, Community Food Pantry, Mohegan Lake
$13,500
St. Peter's, Love Food Programs, Bronx
$12,900
St. Peter's, Neighborhood Dinner, Port Chester
$9,200
St. Paul's, Food Pantry, Poughkeepsie $10,800
St. Thomas, Brown Bag Lunch/Food Pantry, Mamaroneck
$3,000
St. Thomas, Food of Life/Comida de Vida Pantry, Amenia Union
$14,000
Saints John, Paul & Clement, Food Pantry, Mount Vernon $6,300
Trinity Place Community Center Food Pantry, Mt. Vernon
$6,500
Church of the Heavenly Rest, New York Common Pantry, Manhattan
$6,000
Zion Church Pantry, Wappingers Falls
$5,800

Health and Wellness
Episcopal Charities' Health and Wellness programs take many forms. From programs that offer companionship for the elderly to those that address addiction issues or mentoring for teenage parents, all of our programs provide essential services offered with a spirit of love and fellstonowship. 

Parish-based outreach programs have identified very specialized needs within their communities and are addressing them with the help of active and committed volunteers.


  

Skills Building
Working to build brighter futures for our fellow New Yorkers is at the heart of our mission. Our Skills-Building programs aim to provide the light at the end of the tunnel. 

Included are post-prison reentry programs, literacy assistance, youth leadership development and programs for recent immigrants. Every program works to meet its participants “where they are,” recognizing that every person served is actively seeking a better life… and is willing to work to achieve it.

 
   
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