Grant Money Available for Falconer Region and Randolph

 

Pictured are the 2017 recipients of the John Edward McLaughlin Family Fund (top) and Falconer Region Community Fund (bottom).

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Chautauqua Region Community Foundation

The Chautauqua Region Community Foundation is now accepting grant applications for its Falconer Region Community Fund and John Edward McLaughlin Family Fund.
Organizations applying for funding must be a church, public entity or non-profit organization. Applications are available online at chautauquagrants.org and are due April 15.
Falconer Region Community Fund
Organizations applying for funding from the Falconer Region Community Fund must be located within the Falconer Central School District. The maximum amount of funding that can be requested from this fund is $1,000.
In 2017, grants were awarded to: Ellington Farman Library for its 2017 Summer Reading Program, Kennedy Free Library for its basement utilization project, Kennedy First United Methodist Church for shelving for its food pantry, Falconer Central School for a 4th grade field trip, Bethlehem Lutheran Church for a new copy machine, Our Lady of Loreto for educational programs and materials, and Village of Falconer for a community walking path.
John Edward McLaughlin Family Fund
Organizations applying for funding from the John Edward McLaughlin Family Fund must be located in Randolph. The maximum amount of funding that can be requested from this fund is $2,000.
In 2017, grants were awarded to: Camp Li-Lo-Li for camp scholarships; Randolph Area Community Development Corporation for children’s activities during the 2017 Arts and Crafts Festival, Impact Campus Fellowship, and Randolph Area Veterans Appreciation Day 2017; Randolph Cemetery for maintenance building repairs; Randolph Library for its summer reading program; Randolph Central School for the high school’s After Prom; Randolph Academy for its Fill the Shelves program; Randolph Fire Company to purchase carbon monoxide monitors; Randolph First Baptist Church for counselor education; Randolph Historical Society for exterior renovations; Randolph Regional EMS Corp. to purchase an Infant/Child Transport Restraint System; and Randolph United Presbyterian Church for Community Bible School.
For more information on either fund, or application questions, contact the Community Foundation at 661-3390.