The Ryan Taylor Yearly Memorial Fund honors the memory of Saratoga Springs resident, Ryan Taylor. The fund will benefit the Saratoga Peewee Wrestling Club.
The Swim for Yinka Fund's mission is dedicated to teaching swimming and water safety to underserved communities, empowering them to embrace the waters safely and confidently. However, our vision extends beyond mere swimming; it encompasses the exploration of different career paths that aquatic skills can unlock for underserved youth.
The Truth 2 Power Fund brings people in our diverse region together at the intersection of community, education, and film. This fund seeks to strengthen our community relationships through constructive conversations related to film, leading to improvements in our lives and the bridges connecting us.
The Learning Collaborative (TLC) is the unique result of a passion for learning, intellectual stimulus and community engagement. TLC has a forum for learning that recognizes the benefits of online learning tools along with onsite programs. Our goal is to ensure that we reach people who are often neglected, aging in our community, physically limited but intellectually and culturally alive. In doing so, we can recognize their dignity, ideas, and satisfy their thirst for knowledge and human engagement.
The intent of the funds held at Rockland Community Foundation will be devoted to a rebuild of the shelter, but if the original purpose of the fund is frustrated or exhausted, then the funds can be used for the general needs of the shelter.
The purpose of this program is to actively engage in protecting and preserving the historical, cultural, aesthetic, and environmental attributes of the Upper Nyack waterfront and surrounding neighborhoods.
The Munich 11 Fund is being established to ensure the story of the events of September 5, 1972, the fight for the recognition of the victims and the efforts on the part of JCC Rockland to motivate the International Olympic Committee to act are remembered and taught.
The Tri-State MN Community Council brings together member experts and volunteers with a passion for community outreach to create a grassroots effort to connect with those in need. The work of the Community Council is to serve as a resource for raising awareness, volunteers and grants for local nonprofits that Master Networks members hold dear.
The Stern Family Fund primarily supports the Joe Raso Hospice Residence as well as other nonprofit organizations that improve the quality of life in our community.
The Stony Point Dog Park Development and Maintenance Fund provides a designated area for residents and their four-legged companions to play and exercise safely.