Foundation / Corporation
Reach Foundation of Rockland, Inc.
Grants of up to $1,000 to New York public school teachers, classes and community members in Airmont, Hillburn, Montebello, Sloatsburg, Suffern (including Viola), and eligible Monsey schools for projects that enhance the educational experience of students. All grant-related inquiries must be submitted by November 10 to receive a timely response.
The Foundation is looking for programs that exhibit innovation and creativity and/or improve the quality of life in the local community by encouraging volunteer service. Eligible schools include Cherry Lane Elementary, Montebello Elementary, RP Conner Elementary, Sloatsburg Elementary, Viola Elementary, Suffern Middle School, and Suffern High School.
Funds may be used to:
-Implement innovative educational programs
-Expand the horizons of Ramapo Central students through the arts
-Teach the importance of community service
-Develop leadership potential within the local community
GrantWatch ID#: 148592
Preferred request amount is up to $1,000.
Grant monies must be used within 18 months from the date they are awarded or monies will be reverted back to The Reach Foundation.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Andrea De Luca, President
REACH Foundation of Rockland Inc.
PO Box 760
Tallman, NY 10982
USA: New York
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