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    Tickets available now! Our annual Garden Party honors community leaders and raises funds for our Community Response Grants.

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    The Hudson Valley Farm Fresh Food Initiative is a multi-pronged and diversified approach to reaching food insecure children, adults and seniors where they live, in both urban and rural locations.

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    Maribel Pregnal, science teacher at Arlington High School, teaches AP Biology students, equipped thanks to multiple grants from the Partnership in Education (PIE) program.

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    Generous donors provide funding for tickets and transportation, bringing seniors and students to performances at The Bardavon and Ulster Performing Arts Center.

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    Green Chimneys has increased resilience and reduced anxiety for 200 students through opportunities to train and care for rescued dogs.

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    Nubian Directions' program helps low-income youth gain hands-on construction experience building affordable housing, while receiving GED preparation and job training.

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    More than 1,500 students are learning to love vegetables by growing them, trying simple recipes and voting on their favorites, which are then incorporated into school menus.

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Welcome to Your Community Foundations.

Together, we can make the lives of our neighbors, friends, loved ones, and, yes - even perfect strangers - healthier, happier, and more meaningful.

At the Community Foundations of the Hudson Valley, we encourage anyone who has a charitable spirit to spend some time with us. We connect people who care with causes that matter by making sure that donations are used in effective, profound, impactful ways. Today, tomorrow, and for generations to come. Learn more about our foundations.
 

A Community Indicators Project

– for the Mid-Hudson Valley region, in partnership with the Dyson Foundation and United Way

Mid-Hudson Valley Community Profiles