Nny Community Foundation Announces $50000 in Grant Support Available

Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation


The Northern New York Community Foundation is offering $50,000 in grant funds to charitable organizations in St.

Lawrence County.

The Susan Badenhausen Legacy Fund, part of the foundation's Dr. D.

Badenhausen Legacy Fund, "represents an enduring embodiment of [Badenhausen's] interests and passions while providing annual grants to organizations that support the same," the foundation says in a press release.

The fund is open to all charitable organizations in St.

Lawrence County "whose efforts align with one or more of the following focus areas: arts and culture; conservation and wildlife preservation; educational programs; and general health and well-being," according to the press release.

Interested parties can go to bit.ly/grantportal to see if their organization is eligible.

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