Madison County Rural Poverty Fund Grants

Report to the Community: 2020

(as of 7/31/2020)

The Madison County Rural Poverty Fund supports organizations serving residents of Madison County.

CazCares  $5,000 Assist clients with food and emergency services
CNY Diaper Bank $5,000 Facilitate an emergency diaper distribution in Madison County
Clear Path for Veterans $7,500 Provide emergency food deliveries, mental health services, financial/career counseling to Veterans and their families, and accommodate virtual work opportunities for staff
Community Action Partnership for Madison County $3,000 Provide IT support for staff to work remotely and supplement emergency supplies for families, such as cleaning products, hygiene items, food and diapers
Community Resources for Independent Seniors $7,500 Support Madison County’s 55-plus community through access to information, referrals and technology
Consumer Services of Madison County $5,000 Provide remote services for clients
Cornell Cooperative Extension $5,000 Support for the Child Care Resource & Referral Program
David’s Refuge $500 Provide food packages for caregiver families
Fiver Children’s Foundation $5,000 Provide virtual emotional support services to youth with mental health concerns and their families
Hamilton Food Cupboard $1,500 Provide food, cleaning supplies and basic hygiene products to Madison County residents
The Haven at Skanda $15,000 Support emergency child care to school-aged children of essential personnel or of families identified by the Madison County Department of Social Services as at-high-risk for abuse
Liberty Resources $10,000 Provide telehealth services for substance abuse disorders
Madison County Cornell Cooperative Extension $10,500 Offer summer learning programs for children ages 5-13 and distribute farmer support packages containing health products, safety information and words of encouragement
Madison County Hospice and Palliative Care $392 Offer telehealth services to patients
Mid-York Senior Homes $500 Serve meals to elders in Madison County who are experiencing isolation, limited transportation and food insecurity
Oneida Healthcare $25,000 Facilitate access to critical PPE, testing supplies, thermometers and technology
Salvation Army $5,000 Provide emergency assistance in rural communities
Southern Madison County Ambulance Corps (SOMAC) $3,000 Purchase PPE and food for increased staff to meet demand for ambulance services to Syracuse

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