Field Hall Foundation Accepting Letters of Inquiry for Fall 2022 Grant Cycle
The Field Hall Foundation has begun accepting letters of inquiry (LOIs) for its Fall 2022 grant cycle. Grants ranging from $5,000 to $50,000+ will be awarded to pilot, expand, and/or support programs and projects that directly impact the lives of low-income and vulnerable older adults and their caregivers in Dutchess, Putnam, and Westchester counties. (Organizations with an operating budget of under $1 million are eligible for grants of up to $15,000, while those with an operating budget of over $1 million are eligible for larger grants. Grants for more than $50,000 will be considered for exceptional programs and must be discussed with the Foundation prior to submitting an LOI.)
The Foundation will be prioritizing programs and projects that address basic needs, including:
- Food insecurity
- Home-based care services
- Respite and support services for spouses/relatives caring for older adults at home
- Safety, security, and elder abuse
- Social work/case management
- Transportation for older adults, caregivers, or home health aides
The deadline for submitting an LOI is Fri., June 3rd. Grant decisions will be announced at the end of September.
Those interested in discussing a grant proposal may contact Patti Lavan Horvath, Foundation Program Officer, at 914-813-9103 or email@example.com. For eligibility requirements and recent grants awarded, please visit the Foundation website.