This fund supports several initiatives of The Foundation of the Rockland County Bar Association, Inc., including but not limited to, various social justice initiatives, the Rockland High School Mock Trial program and the Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Juneteenth Essay Scholarship contest which is open to all junior and senior high school students who either reside in Rockland County or attend high school in Rockland County.
The Rockland County Pride Center Fund will serve LGBTQ+ individuals and families with a wide range of programs, services and events. The Center will also provide professional and community training.
Under the dynamic leadership of founding Artistic Director Joe Brancato and Executive Director Andrew M. Horn, Penguin Rep has grown in 40 years from a summer theatre in a repurposed 1880’s hay barn in historic Stony Point, N.Y. to become one of the Hudson Valley’s most influential nonprofit cultural institutions. Hailed by The New York Times as “the gutsiest little theatre” and by Lohud.com as a theatre that “continues to astonish,” Penguin now reaches tens of thousands of theatergoers each year at its home theatre upstate, in New York City and beyond – with plays and productions premiered by Penguin moving to Off Broadway and to stages across the country and around the world. www.penguinrep.org
The mission of the Cornell Cooperative Extension Fund of Rockland is to secure funding that supports core programs in youth development, the environment, horticulture and gardening, nutrition and nonprofit management.