Residents of Troy and Lansingburgh can apply for mini-grants for programs/projects that will make their neighborhoods better places to live and work.Read more ›
The Hive of Hope serves Capital Region individuals in recovery from substance use disorder. Volunteers and staff at the Hive serve people exiting treatment programs and transitioning into life in sobriety. The organization offers positive programs and activities focused on building self-esteem and a support network for individuals in recovery. This includes exercise classes (yoga, HIIT, Zumba), arts & crafts, games, barbeques, and movie nights. In addition, the organization offers volunteer opportunities in the community that will allow Hive members to re-connect with their community and reduce the stigma about being in recovery.
A new teaching kitchen in Troy is making a difference at the Independent Living Center of the Hudson Valley (ILCHV) in Troy. The new kitchen is wheelchair accessible and makes use of innovative technologies that allow consumers with disabilities to easily access dishware, ingredients, and [...]Read more ›
Youth in Albany's South End develop technical proficiency in digital media through hands-on training programs offered by Youth FX.Read more ›
Foundation grant supports technology training program to prepare displaced homemakers to find employment.Read more ›
The Interfaith Partnership for the Homeless' Medical Respite program provides healing care for homeless individuals following hospitalizationRead more ›