Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund Grants

Report to the Community: 2020

(as of 7/31/2020)

The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund supports organizations serving residents of Pulaski and the town of Richland.

Bethel Community Center $2,900 Replace steel roof to preserve the community center
C.A.C. Foundation $3,000 Provide PPE, thermometers and other safety measures to employees and clients in Pulaski
Half-Shire Historical Society $2,500 Update technology to better serve patrons in Pulaski
Oswego County Opportunities $5,000 Provide transportation to Pulaski residents to the grocery store, pharmacy and doctors’ appointments
Pulaski Community Cupboard Food Pantry $2,000 Provide the Pulaski community with much-needed food
Rural and Migrant Ministry of Oswego County $1,500 Purchase an EKG machine for free clinic in Pulaski
Salmon River Fine Arts Center $3,120 Offer a variety of virtual art classes designed to help relieve stress and encourage the development of skills for youth in Pulaski
United Friends of Homeless Animals $2,000 Provide food, litter, supplies and veterinary visits for homeless animals

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