Fiscal Year 2014/15 Funding from Council Member

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Capital Funding
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CategoryOrganization Amount Purpose of Funds
EducationDOE - Eleanor Roosevelt High School $   94,000Tech improvements: ENO whiteboards with projectors and speakers and 3 carts of laptops
EducationDOE - MS 114 - East Side Middle School $106,000Purchase of 128 laptops and 8 laptop carts. School received $100K in FY 13 for 125 laptops and 6 carts.
EducationDOE - MS 167 - Wagner $150,000Science lab upgrade for 8th grade classroom
EducationDOE - PS 151 - Yorkville Community School $   53,000Technology- Continue Upgrade of current outdated technology: Smartboard Bundles Classroom Laptops and Carts- 30 Laptops Per Class/ Cart Per Class
EducationDOE - PS 158 - The Bayard Taylor School $118,000 
EducationDOE - PS 183 - Robert Louis Stevenson $105,0004 Mobile Laptop Computer Storage Carts and Mac Server
EducationDOE - PS 183 - Technology Integration $116,000- Requesting 4 mobile carts for K-2 classrooms, 1 Macbook Pro per classroom (13 total), 1 server.
- Will complete year 3 of their laptop cart and SmartBoard integration project.
EducationDOE - PS 198 - The Isidor and Ida Straus School $   53,000New tables and chairs for Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd and 5th grade classrooms.
EducationDOE - PS 217 - The Roosevelt Island School $225,000Technology update to further support the STEM programs that will be incorporated into the curriculums. Need of updated Active Boards, computers, laptops, smart devices ie. tablets, ipads, chrome books, and document cameras.
EducationDOE - PS 290 - The Manhattan New School $   40,000One laptop cart for the upgrade of an outdated cart.
EducationDOE - PS 290 - The Manhattan New School $500,000PS 290 Green Roof & Green House
EducationESMS Technology Expansion $106,000- Purchase of 128 laptops and 8 laptop carts.
- School received $100K in FY 13 for 125 laptops and 6 carts.
EducationMIHS Laptop Carts $165,000- 30 laptop computers and cart for each of our 4 teams of teachers (120 laptops and 4 carts).
- School has applied to be part of the NYC DOE’s Digital Ready initiative
EducationPlay Roof and Green House Renovation $675,000 
EducationPS 77 Manhattan STEM Initiative $104,000- Two A+ Mobile STEM carts.
EducationUrban Academy iLiteracy Program $   73,000 
HousingNYCHA - Lexington Houses $430,000Replace out-of-date fridges and stoves for Lexington houses residents; 4 buildings with 448 apartments.
HousingNYCHA - lsaacs Center $680,000NYCHA - lsaacs Center continuation of comprehensive upgrade of Senior and Youth Centers
HousingNYCHA - Robbins Plaza $250,000Upgrade the old security system at Robbins Plaza, so seniors can be safer.
HousingNYCHA - Robbins Plaza $   45,000Automatic entrance will make it easir for seniors to come and go from their homes.
HousingNYCHA - Robbins Plaza $   45,000Replace piping infrastructure for fridges and stoves for Robbins Plaza residents.
HousingNYCHA - Stanley Isaacs & Holmes Towers $150,000Replace old planting throughout the residence with fresh, vibrant gardens.
LibraryNYPL - 67th Street library $   40,000Replace existing security system which has exceeded it's useful life.
ParksDPR - Equipment $   65,000Purchase a Toolcat multi-purpose vehicle for snow plowing, salt spreading, watering and transporting material for district parks.
ParksDPR - Ruppert Park $100,000Install new irrigation system to maintain the plantings. (Second Avenue bet. 90th - 91st Sts.)
ParksPool Filtrations Replacement Project $108,000 
TransportationDOT - Downtown/Westbound timers $340,000Install 17 electronic signs along M31 downtown and westbound routes that tell riderswhen the next bus will arrive in real time.
TransportationDOT - Westbound crosstown timers $300,000Install 15 electronic signs along M96, M86, M79, M66 crosstown bus routes that tell riderswhen the next bus will arrive in real time.

 

Expense Funding
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CategoryOrganization Amount Purpose of Funds
AgingYoung Mens and Young Womens Hebrew Association (92nd Street Y) $   14,500Funds will be used to support senior programming
AgingCarter Burden Center for the Aging $   30,000To support and enhance 10 core programs: the Social Service Unit, Community Elder Mistreatment Abuse Prevention Program, Carter Burden Senior Program, C.V. Starr Adult Day Services, Covello Senior. Program, Volunteer Services, Case Management Unit, Making
AgingDOROT $     1,000To counsel and provide services, including help to secure permanent housing, for homeless seniors participating in the Homelessness Prevention Program (HPP) and to provide continued aftercare services to formerly homeless HPP seniors.
AgingHealth Advocates for Older People $     1,000To support the Healthy Aging Program, to offer courses and services for seniors and to support their efforts to live independently. 
AgingJewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) $     1,000To offer entitlement education and outreach throughout NYC through JPAC Cafes, presentations and conferences, and to offer leadership training, civic engagement and volunteer opportunities for seniors
AgingLenox Hill Neighborhood House $     5,000To support the East Side Case Management Consortium which provides case management to seniors  on Roosevelt Island, 14th Street to 143rd Street, 5th Avenue to the East River
AgingLenox Hill Neighborhood House $     5,000To support the Innovative Senior Center which provides diverse programming from literature and foreign language to belly dancing and Tai Chi, in addition to three wonderful and nutritious congregate meals prepared daily on site.
AgingLenox Hill Neighborhood House $     5,000To support the East Side Transportation Program which provides transportation services to seniors 7 days a week, including transportation to and from the two senior centers, Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, and weekend cultural and recreational trips
AgingMedicare Rights Center $     1,000To support a Town Hall Enrollment and Outreach Day educating hundreds of community residents on state and federal public benefits and answering questions about newstate-mandated Medicare and Medicaid plans, New York’s health insurance marketplace and oth
AgingMetropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty $     1,000To support Crisis Intervention Services which engage clients through a thorough assessment of their needs, resulting in an effective intervention and a path toward self-sufficiency. Crisis Social Workers work with clients to create a plan that would guid
AgingNew York Foundation for Senior Citizens $     7,500To support the Home Sharing and Respite Care Program. The program matches compatible persons for shared living arrangements in dwellings rented or owned by one or more of the participants and provides certified in-home attendants
AgingOlder Adults Technology Services (OATS) $     5,000To provide seniors access to OATS courses and register them as members of the Senior Planet Exploration Center so they may receive notice of and partake in programming that supports the use of emerging technologies.
AgingRoosevelt Island Seniors Association (RISA) $   30,000To support programming and classes for seniors, including tai Chi ,Zumba, building strength, art, Spanish, salsa, yoga stretch, and yoga for the mind.
AgingService Program for Older People (SPOP) $     1,000To provide mental health care to underserved older adults in Manhattan. Programs include psychiatric assessments, medication management, coordination of physical and mental health care, and individual and group counseling.
AgingServices and Advocacy for GLBT Elders (SAGE) $     1,000To support the SAGE Center which offers programming that supports LGBT elders in a culturally competent manner and includes employment assistance, benefits counseling, legal and financial planning, educational offerings, robust health and wellness program
AgingVocal Ease $     1,000For the production of Vocal Eases live, on-site cabaret-style performances for senior citizens at hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers and senior residences
LocalCouncil on the Environment $   25,000To support GrowNYC projects and programs including the Greenmarket, Open Space Greening, Environmental Education, and the Office of Recycling Outreach and Education.
LocalGirl Scout Council of Greater New York $     2,000To expand Girl Scout Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue Troop-Building efforts city-wide
LocalNew York Board of Rabbis $     1,000To support the Stewards of Children education program, a 2.5 hour training that teaches adults how to prevent, recognize and react responsibly to child sexual abuse and molestation. 
LocalNew York Cares $     1,000 
LocalShare For Life Foundation $     1,000To host a Teen Summit event to educate, create awareness, promote enthusiasm for youth to develop healthy alternatives to high-risk, self-destructive lifestyles and overall encouraging behaviors that lead to safe, productive lives
LocalAmerican-Italian Cancer Foundation $   10,000 
LocalAsphalt Green $   15,000To support Asphalt Greens Waterproofing Program (WP) in PS290, Ella Baker, East Side Middle school in District 5. The main objective is for all 207 students learn to swim and to be safe in the water. To support the Recess Enhancement Program (REP) in PS15
LocalBig Apple Greeter $     1,000To promote local communities in each borough by generating free publicity in international, national and local media; recruit and orient volunteers from each community; promote free events in each borough through social media. 
LocalBike New York $     5,000To provide free educational programming includes after school programs, summer camp programs, weekend classes and school assembly programs. Requested funding will be used to purchase equipment, maintain equipment and the cost for instructors. 
LocalCenter for Arts Education $     3,000 
LocalChild School-Legacy High School $     5,000To provide funding for supplemental reading and math programs, to include both materials and initial and ongoing training for school staff, which will assist in remediation and skill improvement for students. 
LocalChurch of the Epiphany $     5,000To provide meals for the homeless and needy, to operate assistance with food stamps program and distribute donated clothing.
LocalCity Harvest $     2,000To provide food programs for those in need, free of charge.
LocalCity Parks Foundation $   15,000The funds will be used to pay yoga and fitness walking instructors that introduce seniors to athletic activities in a supportive and social environment.
LocalCity University of New York School of Law Foundation $   10,000To support legal services including advice and guidance, offered at the Councilmember’s District Office, or a designated, accessible location within the District; provides multi-lingual, accessible legal services to NYs most vulnerable families in in the 
LocalCivitas Citizens $     2,500To raise recycling rates in the area, CIVITAS plans to build on a recent project at PS07 in East Harlem by collaborating on a recycling program in another CB11 school and a NYCHA development zoned for that school. 
LocalCivitas Citizens $     7,500To improve the access to and public space on the East River, and support community programming to encourage use of the waterfront.
LocalColonial Dames of America $     5,000To support public programs at the museum for families and adults, ten K-12 programs, a summer fellowship program and two History Camps for children 
LocalCommunity Voices Heard $     7,000To conduct a Participatory Budgeting (PB) process in City Council districts in FY 2015. These resources will be put towards citywide and district technical assistance costs and the possible hiring, training, and supervising of canvassers to support the pr
LocalCommunity Voices Heard  $     5,000To conduct outreach and education to increase civic participation among residents living in NY City Housing Authority-managed public housing.
LocalDepartment of Parks and Recreation $     7,500Funds to support Kids in Motion places one Playground Associate in a park/playground five days per week. The staff lead seven hours of free activities for children per week, including organized sports, games, fitness demos, guided walks, and special event
LocalDoe Fund $   20,000Funds to beautify the commercial and residential areas along 2nd ave in district five. 
LocalEast 86th Street Merchants and Residents Association $   10,000 
LocalEleanor Roosevelt High School  $   10,000Science (STEM) prototyping equipment & video equipment 
LocalEviction Intervention Services Homelessness Prevention $   20,000To prevent homelessness and promote affordable housing through support for the work of the Affordable Housing Resource Center. Funding will support group meetings, workshops, home visits, legal clinics, SORT, benefits entitlement counseling, landlord/ten 
LocalFour Freedoms Park Conservancy $   10,000 
LocalFractured Atlas Productions $     1,000To serve as the fiscal sponsor for arts organizations and individual artists in all discplines throughout the city, allowing them to apply for grants and accept tax-deductible donations to support their creative projects. To offer liability cov
LocalFriends of Firefighters $     2,500 
LocalFriends of St. Catherines Park $     7,500To sponsor one or more Summer Playground Associates. The Playground Associates provide enriching and entertaining activities for neighborhood  children using the park, including crafts, games and other activities. 
LocalFriends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts $   10,000To maintain and expand architectural education programs teaching building fun, the immigrant history, and the preservation of landmarks.
LocalHistoric Districts Council $     5,000To support funding for programs to educate on ideas, strategies and tools of neighborhood preservation and community development: the Six to Celebrate Neighborhood Tours and Guidebooks and the HDC Annual Preservation Conference. 
LocalHospital Audiences $     3,500To present artistic performances at various health, psychiatric, and medical institutions in Manhattan Council District 5. Funding will be applied to  performing artists’ fees, transportation, monitoring of events, and administration. 
LocalJazzmobile $   10,000To offer the senior citizens of New York City a Spring Fling; cabaret-style events that featured a nutritious lunch, a jazz big-band and swing dancers. Funds will be used to pay for entertainment (the band and swing dancers), rental of the facility, cater
LocalLegal Aid Society $   10,000To support Citywide Civil Legal Services in District 5 including housing, education, tax law, health, foreclosure prevention, homeless rights, government  benefits, employment, low-wage worker, immigration, family/domestic violence, law reform, consumer
LocalLegal Information for Families Today (LIFT)  $     2,500To support the production of Legal Resource Guides, which empower citizens with the information to navigate the City’s complex Family Courts. 
LocalLincoln Center for the Performing Arts $     5,000To provide arts programming for students and audiences in District 5. 
LocalManhattan Chamber of Commerce Foundation $   10,000To develop a 2nd Ave app to attract customers to the small businesses along 2nd avenue and to provide marketing opportunities for them to attract young professionals. 
LocalMFY Legal Services $     5,000To provide free civil legal services for low-income New Yorkers. 
LocalNeighborhood Coalition for Shelter $   10,000Funding to provide accurate, actionable, and local human service information in the hands of program guests who may need and seek a variety of services. To fulfill requests for information, resources, and referrals on the spot and provide at least 3 reso 
LocalNew York City Coalition Against Hunger $     2,500Funding will support NYCCAH programs that connect low-income New Yorkers to nutrition benefits, conduct volunteer recruitment and provide technical assistance to soup kitchens and food pantries citywide. 
LocalNew York City Housing Authority - Lexington Houses Residents Association  $     1,525To fund the resident associations' Annual Family BBQ as a focus for community gathering
LocalNew York State Tenants and Neighbors Information Service $     5,000To provide counseling and referrals to individual tenants with housing problems; educate tenants who live in affordable housing about their rights; conduct skills-building and leadership development trainings for grassroots tenant leaders; help tenants wh
LocalNY Common Pantry  $   10,000To support food programs for the needy, including, Pantry's Choice Pantry program, Hot Meal Program, and brown bag lunches.
LocalOpenPlans $   10,000To support an introductory program to help community organizations and the public understand Vision Zero quickly. It is designed to be interactive and engaging and is for people who may have little knowledge about livable streets
LocalParticipatory Budgeting Project $     7,000To educate the public about participatory budgeting and develop the capacity of residents to engage in budget discussions. These resources will be put towards staffing, materials and overhead costs for: Promoting and conducting workshops
LocalPublic School 151 - Yorkville Community School $     4,075Funding to provide for Second Grade and Fourth Grade - New-York Historical Society Educators work with every class each month over the course of an academic year, delivering hands-on social studies programs that align with the Social Studies Scope
LocalPublic School 151 - Yorkville Community School $     3,200Second Grade Musical Introduction Series: 12 In-School Instructional Sessions/ 4 Professional Concerts at the 92nd St This dynamic and culturally rich program introduces students to the world of music, both in the concert hall and in the classroom, connec
LocalPublic School 151 - Yorkville Community School $     4,000First Grade Chorus Program - 16 Weeks of Artists’ Residencies; Planning Sessions & Workshops & Performances. Teaching Artist in Chorus for 1st grade: October, 2012-May, 2013. Classes will be held on Wednesday throughout the year. In this program, students
LocalPublic School 151 - Yorkville Community School  $     4,000Funds to support STEM Program Services - Throughout this curriculum, students investigate the components of LEGO robotics: LEGO WEDO Education software, design journaling, robot construction, programming and problem solving.
LocalPublic School 158 - The Bayard Taylor School  $     5,000Technology maintenance.
LocalPublic School 183 - Robert Louis Stevenson $     5,000Computrace Software - Required anti-theft software “Computrace Complete" for Mac laptops
LocalPublic School 198 - The Isidor and Ida Straus School  $   10,000To support ballroom dancing for 4th graders for Rosies Theater Kids for 5th grade. 
LocalPublic School 198 - The Isidor and Ida Straus School  $     5,000To fund two enrichment programs for the students; Dancing Classrooms and Rosie's Theater Kids. 
LocalPublic School 217 - The Roosevelt Island School  $   20,000School residencies such as Ballroom Dancing, Yoga, Salvadori Center/ urban planning, NY Historical Society, STUDIO in a School, Drama and Character development.
LocalPublic School 527 - East Side School for Social Action $     2,000To continue partnership with the Guggenheim Museum so all students can attend museum programs
LocalPublic School 527 - East Side School for Social Action $     3,200Funding to support Art Farm in the City To continue our partnership with Art Farm in the City so students can learn about animals, their habitats, and what it takes to care for pets
LocalPublic School 527 - East Side School for Social Action $     5,000To continue partnership with Music for Many so each month, students can view an in-school performance from talented artists related to special holidays and events
LocalPublic School 527 - East Side School for Social Action $     6,000To provide Spanish instruction to students as part of  Global Studies theme
LocalPublic School 527 - East Side School for Social Action $     8,000To continue partnership with NY Chess Kids so all students receive weekly instruction in chess
LocalSamaritans of New York $     1,000To support public education program, provides free training, information and resources to lay and professional health providers that work with children, adolescents, family members, elderly, victims of violence, sexual assault and bullying, homeless, immi
LocalSchool of American Ballet $     1,000To support children from throughout NYC to participate in ballet, Funds will be used to assist SAB in providing a diverse population of local students with 40 weeks of ballet training with world-renowned instructors, and will enable SAB to continue educat
LocalUpper Midtown Chabad Lubavitch $     5,000To support year-round programming including the mom-night-out programming, children's events, and cultural events that are open to the entire community.These funds will also go toward  Chicken-soup-express program benefiting local seniors
LocalUrban Justice Center $     5,000To perform community outreach and education for vendors in the district on complying with vending regulations, exercising their rights and civic engagement
LocalUrban Justice Center $     5,000To provide services to tenants in private equity buildings, including: tenants’ rights education, legal assistance during the bidding process to promote the purchase of buildings by responsible owners, and legal advice and representation for tenants facin
YouthTurtle Bay Music School $     5,000To support community programs to provide New Yorkers music lessons and classes, Artist Series Concerts, Cross-Legged Concert Series, Creative Aging, Public School Partnerships, and The Saturday Music Project
YouthYoung Mens and Young Womens Hebrew Association (92nd Street Y) $   45,500To support the Educational Outreach Program, Teens Program literacy projects, scholarship funds, STEM programs or Digital Design Programs.
YouthAssociation to Benefit Children $     5,000To support ABC's youth services program, including recreational programming, academic support, enrichment activities, vocational and college preparatory workshops, therapeutic groups, mentoring support, and program staff
YouthBig Brothers Big Sisters of New York City $     5,000To fund Community-Based Workplace Programs by supporting the staff’s direct client work with CD5 youth, mentors, and families. Staff supervises the mentoring relationships, provide referrals/support services, hold workshops/events, counsel families. 
YouthClass Size Matters $     1,000 
YouthGillen Brewer School $   10,000For operation and maintenance of rooftop space at a school for children with language, emotional, developmental, learning and health-related disabilities.
YouthInwood House $     7,500 
YouthIsland Kids $   15,000To support the Summer Camp program. Funds will be used to offset the costs associated with additional space rental, insurance, art and sports supplies, as well as costs related to expanding the science program to include an animal education component.
YouthLenox Hill Neighborhood House $   20,000To support the Afterschool and Summer Camp programs for low-income children in the East Side Community, operating from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and on full days during school holidays
YouthNew York City Urban Debate League $     3,500 
YouthNew York Junior Tennis League $   10,000To provide free recreational tennis and educational programs for beginner andintermediate players, ages 5-18 years in district five during the summer, fall, winter or spring
YouthReach Out and Read of Greater New York $     2,500Support to provide for coordination of literacy services in an already existing infrastructure. Focus on early education: literacy support is provided that focuses on starting strong in the early years and staying with families through to school.
YouthWellness in the Schools $     3,000To support after school nutrition and culinary education courses in a variety of formats depending on the preference of the participating school and availability of staff
YouthYoung Men's Christian Association of Greater New York $     5,000 
YouthYoung People's Chorus of New York City $   12,000