You can read our budget allocations below or download them in Excel (XLSX) at the bottom of the page.

 

Capital Funding

Category Title Purpose of Funds  Amount 
Parks DPR - MULTIPURPOSE FIELD --BUILD A MULTIPURPOSE FIELD AT QUEENSBORO OVAL TO REPLACE PRIVATE TENNIS CLUB.  1,000,000
Education SCA - [02M151] YORKVILLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL --COMPLETION OF YORKVILLE COMMUNITY SCHOOL GREENROOF      669,000
Education P.S. 183 GREEN SCIENCE AND STEM LAB CLASSROOM --HYDROPONIC LABORATORY FOR A CLASSROOM TO IMPROVE STEM CURRICULUM AND ENHANCE GREEN INITIATIVES FOR THE COMMUNITY.      600,000
Education P.S. 198/77 PLAYGROUND RENOVATION --PROVIDE RESURFACING AND EQUIPMENT FOR PLAY AREA SERVICING TWO PUBLIC ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AND REMOVE DISEASED TREE.      500,000
Parks IRRIGATE THE ESPLANADE --IRRIGATION FOR THE EAST RIVER ESPLANADE FROM 90TH TO 96TH STREETS TO WATER TREES AND VEGETATION.      500,000
Parks DPR - PLAYGROUND RENOVATION --PLAYGROUND RENOVATION AT CARL SCHURZ PARK.      475,000
Parks DPR - SENIOR SPACE --EXCAVATION, FITNESS EQUIPMENT REMOVALS, FILL MATERIALS, CONCRETE, GRANITE ADA PAVERS, SEATING, GAME TABLES, TREE PRUNING, LANDSCAPE AT JOHN JAY PARK.      350,000
Education SCA - [02M114] EAST SIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL --COMPLETION OF EAST SIDE MIDDLE SCHOOL GREENROOF      200,000
Parks DPR - WATER FEATURE --DECORATIVE FOUNTAIN AND CHILDREN'S SPRAY SHOWER AT SUTTON PLACE PARK.      175,000
Community THE YOUNG MEN'S & YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION (92ND STREET Y) --NORTH BUILDING ENVELOPE IMPROVEMENTS.      120,000
Education SCA - [02M158] BAYARD TAYLOR --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M177] YORKVILLE EAST MIDDLE SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M217] ROOSEVELT ISLAND SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M225] ELLA BAKER SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M290] MANHATTAN NEW SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M416] ELEANOR ROOSEVELT HIGH SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M449] VANGUARD HIGH SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M459] MANHATTAN INTERNATIONAL HIGH SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M519] TALENT UNLIMITED HIGH SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M527] EAST SIDE SCHOOL FOR SOCIAL ACTION --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M565] URBAN ACADEMY LABORATORY HIGH --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Education SCA - [02M655] LIFE SCIENCES SECONDARY SCHOOL --TECHNOLOGY UPGRADES        35,000
Citywide DPR - WATER FEATURE --DECORATIVE FOUNTAIN AND CHILDREN'S SPRAY SHOWER AT SUTTON PLACE PARK.      675,000
Citywide, Jewish Caucus THE YOUNG MEN'S & YOUNG WOMEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION (92ND STREET Y) --92ND STREET Y IS REQUESTING FUNDS FOR REPLACEMENTS AND ENHANCEMENTS OF VARIOUS COMPONENTS OF THE ENVELOPE OF ITS NORTH BUILDING.  2,237,000

 

Expense Funding

Source Legal Name Amount Program Name CM Purpose of Funds
A Greener NYC Council on the Environment, Inc. $55,000   A Greener NYC supports environmentally friendly focused programs that encourage education, advocacy, community service, and green-job training, contributing to the improvement and conservation of NYC’s air, land, energy, open spaces, and other vital resources.
A Greener NYC Waterfront Alliance, Inc. $5,000   A Greener NYC supports environmentally friendly focused programs that encourage education, advocacy, community service, and green-job training, contributing to the improvement and conservation of NYC’s air, land, energy, open spaces, and other vital resources.
Aging Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., The $20,000 Roosevelt Island Senior Center To fund programming for seniors at the center offering an array of education, wellness, and recreation programs, daily catered congregate lunch, as well as home delivered meals to homebound clients.
Aging Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., The $15,000   To support the lunch program which provides socialization, recreation and education as well as on-site meals, classes, trips and special events.
Aging DOROT, Inc. $5,000   To support Door to Door and kosher meals programs for seniors living in Council District 5.
Aging Health Advocates for Older People, Inc, $2,000   To fund the Healthy Aging Program which promotes maintenance of physical and mental health for elderly residing in Council District 5.
Aging Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. $5,000 East Side Case Management Consortium To support the East Side Case Management Consortium, a network of social service providers on the East Side of Manhattan who have a long history of collaboration: Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, The Carter Burden Center for Aging and Search and Care.
Aging Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. $5,000   For the Support Our Seniors programming which includes exercise and mindfulness classes like Zumba, tai chi and watercize, nutrition workshops, social work interventions, visiting nurse services, horticultural activities and three meals on site.
Aging Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. $5,000   To fund the Center at Lenox Hill Neighborhood House which serves seniors with programming ranging from literature and foreign language to belly dancing and Tai Chi, in addition to three nutritious meals on site.
Aging New York Foundation for Senior Citizens, Inc. $10,000   To support the Home Sharing and Respite Care Program for residents in Council District 5.
Aging Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc. $5,000   To fund a free community-based programming for older adults including technology-training and certification classes, workshops & special events, where laptops and internet connections (where necessary) are brought to senior centers in Council District 5.
Aging Search and Care, Inc. $5,000   To provide comprehensive fee-free care management services for vulnerable older men and women living in District 5.
Aging Service Program for Older People, Inc. (SPOP) $1,000   To support the delivery of mental health care to older adults residing in Council District 5. Services include evaluations, psychotherapy, medication management, specialized substance abuse counseling and integrated physical and behavioral health care.
Aging Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. $7,000   For the daily delivery of meals to home bound seniors, purchasing new delivery bags, carts, and insulated packaging equipment and providing "specialized" meals to clients who have unique medical needs/conditions.
Aging Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. $15,000   To fund senior services in support of wellness, nutrition, and fitness activities including the cost of instructors and supplies.
Aging Vocal Ease, Inc. $5,000   To fund the production of on-site cabaret-style performances for senior citizens at hospitals, nursing homes, senior centers and senior residences in Council District 5 with at least 1 months notice to the general public.
Aging Volunteers of Legal Service, Inc. $5,000   To fund the Elderly Project staff who provide services to low-income Manhattan seniors including counseling on housing, government benefits, and consumer debt, and the drafting and execution of wills, powers of attorney, and other life-planning documents.
Anti-Poverty Bohemian Brethren Presbyterian Church $5,000   Funding to support the Urban Outreach Center providing a range of resources including access to food and housing.
Anti-Poverty Church of the Epiphany $5,000   To fund food, supplies and preparation of meals for the hungry at the soup kitchen as well offer food stamp screenings that are publicly noticed through the Council District 5 monthly newsletter and on the Council District 5 website.
Anti-Poverty Council on the Environment, Inc. $15,000   To support GrowNYC projects and programs, including Greenmarkets at 82nd and 91st Street and Fresh Food Box with a pick up location at Lenox Hill Senior Center and the City Council District 5 office.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) American Museum of the Moving Image $20,000 [02M217] Roosevelt Island School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Center for Urban Pedagogy Inc. $20,000 [02M655] Life Sciences Secondary and High School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Children's Museum of the Arts, Inc. $20,000 [02M158] Bayard Taylor This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Circle in the Square Theatre School $20,000 [02M519] Talent Unlimited High School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Creative Minds NYC Inc. $20,000 [02M198] Isador E. Ida Straus This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Marquis Studios Ltd. $20,000 Yorkville East Middle School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Midtown Management Group, Inc. $20,000 [02M077] Lower Lab School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) National Dance Institute, Inc. $20,000 [02M183] Robert L. Steveson This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Waterwell Productions, Inc $20,000 [02M114] East Side Middle School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Wingspan Arts, Inc. $20,000 [02M290] Manhattan New School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association $20,000 [02M151] Yorkville Community School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association $20,000 [02M416] Eleanor Roosevelt High School This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural After-School Adventure (CASA) Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association $20,000 [02M527] East Side School for Social Action This funding supports cultural programs and institutions that provide arts enrichment to students through after-school programs.
Cultural Immigrant Initiative Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association of the City of New York $10,000   The funds will be used to support cultural organizations to provide programming focused on the cultural history or traditions of an immigrant community in New York City. This initiative will help increase access to unique cultural offerings that focus on immigrant heritages.
Cultural Immigrant Initiative Chashama Arts, Inc. $20,000   The funds will be used to support cultural organizations to provide programming focused on the cultural history or traditions of an immigrant community in New York City. This initiative will help increase access to unique cultural offerings that focus on immigrant heritages.
Cultural Immigrant Initiative Colonial Dames of America $10,000   The funds will be used to support cultural organizations to provide programming focused on the cultural history or traditions of an immigrant community in New York City. This initiative will help increase access to unique cultural offerings that focus on immigrant heritages.
Cultural Immigrant Initiative Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts $45,000   The funds will be used to support cultural organizations to provide programming focused on the cultural history or traditions of an immigrant community in New York City. This initiative will help increase access to unique cultural offerings that focus on immigrant heritages.
Cultural Immigrant Initiative Historic Districts Council, Inc. $20,000   The funds will be used to support cultural organizations to provide programming focused on the cultural history or traditions of an immigrant community in New York City. This initiative will help increase access to unique cultural offerings that focus on immigrant heritages.
Cultural Immigrant Initiative New York Classical Theatre, Inc. $10,000   The funds will be used to support cultural organizations to provide programming focused on the cultural history or traditions of an immigrant community in New York City. This initiative will help increase access to unique cultural offerings that focus on immigrant heritages.
Digital Inclusion and Literacy Initiative Mouse, Inc. $20,000 Lower Lab School [02M077] The Digital Inclusion and Literacy Initiative expands access to the Internet and increases digital literacy among New Yorkers by supporting programming in every Council District.
Digital Inclusion and Literacy Initiative Mouse, Inc. $20,000 Manhattan International High School [02M459] The Digital Inclusion and Literacy Initiative expands access to the Internet and increases digital literacy among New Yorkers by supporting programming in every Council District.
Digital Inclusion and Literacy Initiative Older Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc. $20,000   The Digital Inclusion and Literacy Initiative expands access to the Internet and increases digital literacy among New Yorkers by supporting programming in every Council District.
Domestic Violence and Empowerment (DoVE) Initiative New York Legal Assistance Group, Inc. $47,500   The DoVE initiative supports community-based organizations that provide services to domestic violence survivors and their families in New York City. Funding supports a range of services that include case management, crisis intervention, referrals, counseling, empowerment workshops, legal advocacy and referrals. Safe Horizon, the administrator for this program, serves as a liaison between the City and the community based organizations and other service providers throughout the year to resolve complex administrative issues.
Domestic Violence and Empowerment (DoVE) Initiative Urban Justice Center $47,500   The DoVE initiative supports community-based organizations that provide services to domestic violence survivors and their families in New York City. Funding supports a range of services that include case management, crisis intervention, referrals, counseling, empowerment workshops, legal advocacy and referrals. Safe Horizon, the administrator for this program, serves as a liaison between the City and the community based organizations and other service providers throughout the year to resolve complex administrative issues.
Healthy Aging Initiative Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., The $11,830 Roosevelt Island Senior Center This initiative supports: 1) programs that promote healthy behaviors such as physical activity, smoking cessation, nutrition and infectious diseases; 2) programs that detect the onset of chronic disease such as diabetes and hypertension; 3) programs such as strength training to prevent falls and other injuries through education or exercise; and 4) programs to teach older adults practical skills to manage the pain of arthritis or deal with fatigue and stress.
Healthy Aging Initiative Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. $11,830 Lenox Hill Neighborhood House This initiative supports: 1) programs that promote healthy behaviors such as physical activity, smoking cessation, nutrition and infectious diseases; 2) programs that detect the onset of chronic disease such as diabetes and hypertension; 3) programs such as strength training to prevent falls and other injuries through education or exercise; and 4) programs to teach older adults practical skills to manage the pain of arthritis or deal with fatigue and stress.
Healthy Aging Initiative Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. $11,830 Healthy Aging - Stanley Isaacs This initiative supports: 1) programs that promote healthy behaviors such as physical activity, smoking cessation, nutrition and infectious diseases; 2) programs that detect the onset of chronic disease such as diabetes and hypertension; 3) programs such as strength training to prevent falls and other injuries through education or exercise; and 4) programs to teach older adults practical skills to manage the pain of arthritis or deal with fatigue and stress.
Local American-Italian Cancer Foundation $10,000   To support no-cost breast cancer screening and education services on a Mobile Care Clinic on at least 4 occassions at locations in City Council District 5 including but not limted to NYCHA developments, senior and community centers, and publicly noticed.
Local Amigos Del Museo Del Barrio, Inc. $3,000   To support Making Connections, an extensive bilingual partnership program that focuses on schools and community organizations and artist-in-residency programs including visits to El Museo by schools in District 5.
Local Animal Care and Control of New York City $1,000   Funding to support the Surrender Prevention Program providing pet owners access to resources, veterinary care and assistance for pet owners in District 5.
Local Asphalt Green, Inc. $5,000   To support Asphalt Green's Waterproofing and Recess Enhancement Programs for City Council District 5 public schools.
Local Bohemian Benevolent and Literary Association of the City of New York $5,000   To promote a theater festival presenting the works Czechoslovakian playwright Vaclac Havel to New York's public and professional audiences through live performances, discussions, and workshops.
Local Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., The $7,500   To support the City Parks Seniors Fitness classes weekly in John Jay Park in City Council District 5 for fall and spring that introduce seniors to athletic activities in a supportive and social environment
Local Citizens Committee for New York City, Inc. $2,500   To support the operating expenses of the Neightborhood Grants program for resident-led groups to work on community and school projects, and the Community Organizing workshop series which cover volunteer group capacity building topics.
Local Civitas Citizens Inc. $10,000   To research, study, and plan opportunities for economic growth and expanded affordable housing within contextual development along the avenues and major crosstown streets.
Local Civitas Citizens Inc. $15,000   To survey and research the existing usage along the East River Esplanade and engage residents of the surrounding community to offer preferences for planning park improvements along the East River Esplanade.
Local Colonial Dames of America $5,000   To provide educational social studies programs based on NYS Social Studies Curriculum via museum field trips for students attending public schools in City Council District 5.
Local Community Service Society of New York $2,500   Funding to support transportation expenses of the Community Service Society Navigator Network for residents of District 5.
Local Community Voices Heard, Inc. $10,000   To support outreach and education to increase civic participation among residents living in NYC Housing Authority-managed public housing and to educate NYCHA residents about how participatory budgeting can be used for projects within their communities.
Local Coro New York Leadership Center $2,000   Funding to support Coro Fellows Program in Public Affairs, a leadership training program. 
Local CUNY School of Law Justice & Auxiliary Services Corporation $15,000   To support free legal clinics in City Council District 5 office for residents twice monthly for housng and one monthly for small claims.
Local Department of Education $1,000 [02M183] To support staff, materials and supplies for the City Council district 5 public school art show at Sotheby's.
Local Department of Education $3,500 [02M225] Ella Baker School To support academic enrichment activities at [02M225] Ella Baker School.
Local Department of Education $10,000 [02M416] Eleanor Roosevelt High School To fund the Model UN and Law team.
Local Department of Education $4,000 [02M565] Urban Academy Laboratory High To support academic enrichment activities at [02M565] Urban Academy Laboratory High.
Local Department of Emergency Management $1,000 CERT ESNA To fund cost of eqiupment for CERT ESNA.
Local Department of Emergency Management $1,000 CERT Roosevelt Island To fund cost of eqiupment for CERT Roosevelt Island.
Local Department of Emergency Management $1,000 CERT UES To fund cost of equipment for CERT Upper East Side.
Local Department of Emergency Management $3,000   To support Emergency Preparedness Events and distribution of Go Bags to Residents at Events in District 5.
Local Department of Parks and Recreation $12,500 St. Catherine's Park To support a Kids In Motion playground associate for St. Catherine's Park.
Local Department of Transportation $10,000 Bike Safety Program To fund canvas of restaurants in Council District 5, inspect and offer a free 90-minute training for commercial cyclists in English, Spanish and Chinese and distribute safety equipment to participants such as vests, lights and bells.
Local Department of Transportation $5,000   To fund a bike helmet fitting and give away program to  people in District 5.
Local Department of Transportation $5,000   To promote safe bicycling education coupled with a bell and light give away in bike lanes in Council District 5.
Local East 69th Street Association $1,000   To fund the costs of block beautification for seasonal plantings in all of the tree pits on the north and south sides of 69th Street between 1st and 2nd Avenues.
Local East 72nd Street Neighborhood Association, Inc. $5,000   To fund bike safety surveys and reports, community meetings, outreach and operations.
Local East 86th Street Merchants and Residents Association, Inc. $10,000   Funding will provide for maintenance and planting of tree beds, planters, expand the association membership and volunteer base and recruit among the business community
Local EIS, Eviction Intervention Services, Homelessness Prevention, Inc. $5,000   To provide homeless prevention services including benefits entitlement, counseling as well as the SORT and Housing Court Buddy programs for residents in Council District 5.
Local Four Freedoms Park Conservancy, Inc. $5,000   To fund free Music at Sunset programming/events at Four Freedoms Park.
Local Friends of Firefighters, Inc. $1,000   Funding to support the Outreach Program for FDNY firehouses and retirees serving Council District 5 providing information and education to access mental health and wellness services without stigma.
Local Friends of The East River Esplanade 60th-120th Streets, Inc. $5,000   Funding to provide staff support for various programming, events and activities.
Local Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts $12,600   To maintain and expand architectural education programs taught during the school day to public school students in Council District 5.
Local Friends of the Upper East Side Historic Districts $20,000   To support planning and research to educate residents of City Council District 5 and city about land use and zoning developments taking place in communities and to provide tools to aid in preserving the historic character of communities.
Local Historic Districts Council, Inc. $5,000   To support education opportunities for residents relating to neighborhood preservation through an annual preservation conference, a preservation school and the six to celebrate program.
Local Housing Court Answers, Inc. $1,000   To support residents of Council District 5 with a housing information hotline, provide educational materials for tenants on Housing Court, offer referrals to charities, legal service providers and social service organizations.
Local Hunger Free America, Inc. $2,500   To fund programs that connect low-income residents of Council District 5 to fresh produce and government nutrition benefits and to recruit volunteers and provide technical assistance to kitchens and pantries to better meet the needs of clients.
Local Jewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) $2,500   To support JASA Sundays providing educational opportunities, promote leadership and civic involvemen. 
Local Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services, Inc. $2,500   To support the One Call Center and and hotline for referrals and clinic services.
Local Jewish Museum $3,000   Funding to support Family Day Festivals, a full day of activities at the Museum, all free with admission. These include concerts from popular children's entertainers, scavenger hunts and tours in the galleries.
Local Legal Information for Families Today (LIFT) $1,000 Legal Resource Guides To support the production of Legal Resource Guides with the information to navigate the City’s complex Family Courts.
Local Lesbian and Gay Community Services Center, Inc. (LGBT Center) $1,000   To fund the LGBT Community Crisis Intervention program which provides crisis support and information to LGBT individuals. Areas of assistance include HIV/AIDS support, immigration resources, addiction recovery counseling, and housing medical assistance.
Local Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts, Inc. $3,000   To support the Meet the Artist series with free, inquiry-based lesson guides and contextual materials written by Lincoln Center Education (LCE) Teaching Artists to facilitate a deeper engagement with the performances that students attend.
Local Make Music New York, Inc. $1,000   To fund Make Music New York which connects artists with venues, composers, conductors, like-minded performers, potential funders across various sectors all with the aim of bringing free music to New Yorkers in their own local neighborhoods.
Local Manhattan Community Board #11 $2,500   To fund the Spirit of Service Festival which helps link agencies looking for volunteers with people that want to engage in community service.
Local Manhattan Community Board #11 $2,500   To fund an urban planner to review applications and report to the community board's land use committee.
Local Manhattan Community Board #6 $5,000   To fund an urban planner to review applications and report to the community board's land use committee.
Local Manhattan Community Board #8 $10,000   To fund an urban planner to review applications and report to the community board's land use committee.
Local Marquis Studios Ltd. $5,000   To support after-school programing at [02M177] Yorkville East Middle School.
Local Medicare Rights Center, Inc. $7,400   Funding to support a Town Hall Enrollment and Outreach Day in City Council District 5, educating residents on state and federal Medicare-related benefits and follow up to assist with completing applications.
Local Met Council Research and Educational Fund, Inc. $5,000   To support city-wide Tenant Help Hotline, downtown Walk-in Clinic and Tenants Rights Training series.
Local Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Inc. $5,000   Funding to support operating expenses of the social services department including case workers and emergency services.
Local Mobilization for Justice, Inc.  $2,500   To provide free legal assistance — from advice to full representation — to low-income New Yorkers on housing, public benefits, disability rights, employment, consumer, foreclosure, nursing home, and family matters.
Local Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust $5,000   To fund school group visits from City Council District 5 public middle and high schools. Free admission and transportation to be offered to student groups for visits.
Local Neighborhood Coalition for Shelter, Inc. $5,000   To help connect homeless and at-risk people on the Upper East Side with free meal programs, shelter, substance use treatment, and other services.
Local New York City Housing Authority $1,000 Holmes Towers To fund tenants association events for Holmes Towers.
Local New York City Housing Authority $1,500 Lexington Houses To fund tenants association events for Lexington Houses.
Local New York City Housing Authority $1,000 Robbins Plaza To fund tenants association events for Robbins Plaza.
Local New York City Housing Authority $1,500 Stanely Isaacs To fund tenants association events for Stanley Isaacs.
Local New York Classical Theatre, Inc. $7,500   To support a week of classical theatre at Carl Schurz Park in July, free to the public.
Local New York Historical Society $5,000   To support educaional programming for public schools in City Council District 5.
Local New York Legal Assistance Group, Inc. $10,000   To provide free civil legal services to City Council District 5 constituents on housing once a month as well as end of life planning once a month at a free legal clinic offered in the Council District 5 office.
Local New York Road Runners, Inc. $3,500   To fund the Striders program, a coach-led walking session every week at senior centers, community facilities or neighborhood parks in City Council District 5.
Local New York State Tenants and Neighbors Information Service, Inc. $5,000   To expand programs for tenant education, counseling and organizing in rent regulated buildings; solve problems regarding leases, overcharges and other issues; notify eligible tenants about SCRIE; and guide tenants through the administrative processes.
Local OpenPlans, Inc. $1,000   To support the development of the Vision Zero education platform.
Local Outstanding Renewal Enterprises, Inc. $5,000 Electronic Waste Recycling Collection Events Funds will be used to organize an e-waste collection event as part of an Earth Day Event.
Local Planned Parenthood of New York City, Inc. $1,000   To support Teen Night at Planned Parent Hood for teen students who attend middle and high schools or resident in Council District 5.
Local Police Department $1,000 114th Precinct To support the Police Explorers program at the 114th Precinct serving residents of Roosevelt Island.
Local Police Department $1,000 17th Precinct To provide support for the 17th Precinct Community Council.
Local Police Department $2,000 19th Precinct To provide support for the 19th Precinct Community Council.
Local Police Department $1,000 23rd Precinct To provide support for the 23rd Precinct Community Council.
Local Pro Bono Net, Inc. $2,500   To fund LawHelpNY.org, an online tool for helping low-income New Yorkers solve their legal problems. LawHelpNY provides access to online information about free legal services throughout New York.
Local Public Utility Law Project of New York, Inc. $5,000   To fund consumer rights consultation days and training events.
Local QSAC, Inc. $1,000   Funding will support the enhancement of QSAC's programs and services for children and adults with autism and be used for trainings and the purchasing of additional supplies and materials.
Local Roosevelt Island Disabled Association, Inc. $5,000   Funding is used to support transportation costs, holiday meals and events such as Independence Day picnic and other social outings throughout the year in additon to ADA training meetings.
Local Roosevelt Island Historical Society $10,000   Funds will be used to support the visitors center, activities including programs, lectures and tours, and maintenance and dissemination of artifacts and historical documents. Support services include landscaping, consumable supplies, and utilities.
Local Russian American Cultural Center $5,000   To support the Annual Art Film Festival and Diaspora Film Festival, which will be presented as two day-long film marathons on the Upper East Side.
Local Sutton Place Parks Conservancy, Inc. $5,000   To help with clean up, restore and maintain all the park plant beds at East 57th Street and East 58th Street Parks.
Local Tank, Ltd., The $5,000   To support Tank's Ticket Subsidy program which provides free and deep discounted tickets to residents of City Council District 5 through it's public schools and senior centers.
Local Upper Green Side, Inc. $5,000   To fund the Council District 5 Adopt-A-Planter program for Bicycle Islands along First and Second Avenue and Shred-A-Thon paper shredding events
Local Urban Justice Center $5,000 Street Vendor Project To provide legal support, training, and business development support to help vendors sustain businesses and compliance with the vending laws.
Local Urban Justice Center $5,000   To provide funding for tenants’ rights education, legal assistance/advice and representation for tenants facing rent increases, eviction, and a lack of repairs.
Local VISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually Impaired $1,000   To provide public education on eye disease and blindness prevention to seniors, healthcare professionals and organizations.
Local Waterfront Alliance, Inc. $5,000   To support the Open Waters Initiative for citywide advocacy, planning, and public programming partnership in community groups to inform design of new publicly accessible vessel access in City Cuncil District 5.
Neighborhood Development Grant Initiative Carnegie Hill Neighbors, Inc. $22,000   This funding will support neighborhood-level initiatives that promote economic development, job creation and retention, and community investment. Funds can be allocated for any one of five qualifying purposes: 1) Business Attraction and Retention, 2) Merchant Organizing/BID Formation, 3) District Marketing/Local Tourism Initiatives, 4) Placemaking/Plaza/Public Space Activation/Public Art, and 5) Organizational Development/Project Management Support.
NYC Cleanup Department of Parks and Recreation $175,000 District 5 treeguards To add a type D treeguard to every tree pit in District 5
NYC Cleanup Department of Sanitation $25,000   To purchase additional trash bins for use in District 5
Parks Equity Initiative City Parks Foundation $10,000 Ruppert Park To fund the partnership for parks in coordination with the Muslim Volunteers for New York 
Parks Equity Initiative Department of Parks and Recreation $48,500   To support Movie nights in District 5 as well as other recreation in parks
Parks Equity Initiative Friends of The East River Esplanade 60th-120th Streets, Inc. $10,000   To fund the pier 90 project
Parks Equity Initiative Sutton Place Parks Conservancy, Inc. $10,000   To support parks programming in the Sutton Place pocket parks in District 5
SU-CASA Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association $15,000 Roosevelt Island Senior Center (Roosevelt Island Disabled Association) SU-CASA will provide senior centers in each Council District with arts programming. Participants will benefit from the cultural arts activities which may include music, dance, painting or crafts.
SU-CASA Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association $15,000 Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Senior Ctr (Stanley M Isaacs Neighborhood Center Inc) SU-CASA will provide senior centers in each Council District with arts programming. Participants will benefit from the cultural arts activities which may include music, dance, painting or crafts.
Support Our Seniors Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., The $13,333 Roosevelt Island Senior Center This funding will support senior services citywide.
Support Our Seniors Carter Burden Center for the Aging, Inc., The $20,000 Upper East Side This funding will support senior services citywide.
Support Our Seniors Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. $13,333 Lenox Hill Neighborhood House This funding will support senior services citywide.
Support Our Seniors Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. $13,334 Support Our Seniors - Stanley Isaacs This funding will support senior services citywide.
Youth Big Brothers Big Sisters of New York City, Inc. $2,500   Funds will support staff time for volunteer mentor training/screening, case management, counseling/problem-solving, referrals to meet needs (health, academic, legal assistance), workshop planning and implementation.
Youth Boy Scouts of America - Greater New York Council $2,500   To support costs associated with running Scouting meetings and events including enrichment trips, local Scouting activities, recognition, marketing materials, training opportunities, uniforms and camping equipment in District 5.
Youth Chess-in-the-Schools, Inc. $10,000   To fund the Scholastic Tournament Program for a Chess Tournament hosted at a school in Council District 5. The tournament will be offered free of charge to competitors and are open to all children in New York City.
Youth Fund for the City of New York, Inc. $5,000   Funding is to support The Gov Lab Fellows Program in Data & Public Affairs. Placements provide Fellows with a deeper understanding of how NYC functions by embedding them in rigorous placements.
Youth Gillen Brewer School, Inc., The $6,500   To support technology upgrades for students with learning disabilities to enhance learning through specialized software.
Youth Girl Scout Council of Greater New York, Inc. $2,500   To expand the Series programs to reach more NYC girls and to continue Troop-Building efforts in City Council District 5.
Youth Island Kids, Inc. $5,000   To support the Island Kids Summer Camp with costs of programming and activities such as swimming, sports, art, science, photography and field trips.
Youth Lenox Hill Neighborhood House, Inc. $15,000   To support the Afterschool & Summer Camp programs for low-income children on the East Side throughout the academic year with an emphasis on arts education, aquatics, offers specialty camps in dance, drama, music and visual arts, as well as 3 daily meals.
Youth Main Street Theatre Dance Alliance $5,000   Funding to support A SENSORY FRIENDLY Production/Show. Funding will cover expenses to mount this production, from the front of house necessities and the marketing aspect of the production.
Youth New York Cares, Inc. $1,000   To support personnel for Youth Education programming, which helps disadvantaged children and teens to gain the literacy, math and test-taking skills needed to prepare for college and the workforce.
Youth New York Center for Children, The $5,000   To support counseling to help children residing in Council District 5 heal from the trauma of abuse. The funds will be used towards salary support of a social worker at The New York Center for Children who provide free weekly therapy to children.
Youth New York City Urban Debate League, Inc. $5,000   To provide schools in City Council District 5 with free debate education opportunities year round including a district wide debate tournament in a school in Council District 5.
Youth New York Junior Tennis League, Inc. $10,000   The funds will be used to provide free tennis programs for players, ages 5-18 years, who reside in Council District 5. Equipment will be provided to all participants. Special events, team tournaments and trips are a regular part of the program schedule.
Youth Roosevelt Island Swimming, Inc. $5,000   To support operating costs of the no-cost swim program for the youth of City Council District 5.
Youth Roosevelt Island Youth Program, Inc. $7,500   To support College for Kids to help students in elementary school through high school to prepare for advanced education.
Youth Roosevelt Island Youth Program, Inc. $7,500   To support the Youth Center's computer room, STEM center, virtual reality room, game room, kitchen for cooking classes, weight room, movie theater, and community room.
Youth Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. $10,000   To support the Youth Employment and Education Services (YES) program. YES works with 17-24 year old youth with low academic skills, high social barriers, and lack of connection to work or school and provides job training.
Youth Stanley M. Isaacs Neighborhood Center, Inc. $15,000   To support The Learning Academy, a development test preparation program to equip children for competitive middle schools.
Youth Stella Adler Studio of Acting $5,000   To fund school programing after-school at [02M449] Vanguard High School.
Youth Upper Midtown Chabad Lubavitch, Inc $5,000   To fund an outdoor concert and fair in Sutton Place with live music, refreshments, and activities for children, neighborhood vendors and service organizations are invited to showcase the services for the benefit of the community.
Youth Young Men's and Young Women's Hebrew Association $15,000   To support free-of-charge programs at 92nd Street Y for the participants. Includes Dance Outreach, Concert Schools Project, Christopher Lightfoot Walker Literature Project, Read Aloud Series, the Literacy Program @ Union Settlement Assn, & Teen Producers.
Youth Young People's Chorus of New York City, Inc. $5,000   Funding to support operating expenses including staff for the core after-school component of YPC’s Choral Literacy and Performance Program, as well as in YPC’s Satellite Schools Program in City Council District 5 public schools.

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