Women’s Fund of Central New York Grants

Report to the Community: 2020

(as of 7/31/2020)

The Women’s Fund of Central New York supports organizations in Onondaga, Madison, Cayuga and Oswego counties that address the needs of women and girls.

AccessCNY $5,000 Provide hygiene baskets to women and girls who receive services through its mental health programs
ACR Health $5,000 Supply PPE, personal hygiene products and cleaning supplies to clients with compromised immune systems
Chadwick Residence $5,000 Provide supportive housing and assistance to youth living in homelessness, young mothers, victims of domestic violence, and women with mental health and/or substance abuse disorders
Dunbar Association $5,450 Provide virtual support group therapy for girls between 5 and 18 years old
The Haven at Skanda $5,000 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
King Ferry Food Pantry $3,000 Provide a one-month supply of personal hygiene products and vitamins to women in our community
Oswego County Opportunities $5,000 Purchase food, diapers, formula, feminine hygiene products, and clothing for women and girls throughout Oswego County who are fleeing domestic violence, living in a homeless situation, have a history of trauma, are pregnant/parenting or are living in poverty
Rescue Mission Alliance-Auburn program $5,000 Supply food and provide tele-case management for families
The Salvation Army, Syracuse Area Services $5,000 Deliver food and hygiene items weekly to senior citizens
Tucker Missionary Baptist Church $5,000 Serve hot meals to the community twice per week

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