Neighborhoods served: The
Chelsea and Hudson Yards area to be served is between 14th and 38th streets,
see map for exact boundaries. Eligible organizations and projects are either
located in Chelsea or Hudson Yards or located elsewhere but provide services to
residents of the area.
applicants include neighborhood organizations, block and tenant associations, non-profits,
city agencies, schools, health clinics, NYCHA projects, police community
programs, religious institutions, homeless facilities, etc. Individuals who
deliver services, such as teachers, are also eligible to apply.
cannot support religious or partisan activities, nor programs that promote any
form of discrimination on the basis of race, religion, gender, sexual
orientation, national origin, or disability.
are three levels of
Chelsea & Hudson Yards Innovation Grants:
Micro Grants (up to $2,500) - to fund smaller innovation
projects carried out by neighborhood groups, including block and tenants’ associations,
civic groups, and schools or teachers for their classes.
Mid-level Grants (up to $5,000) - to fund new initiatives
with greater reach and impact, that could include collaboration among several
Large Grants ($5,000+) - to fund larger scale
programs, including new initiatives, expanding innovative projects, or collaboration among several organizations
(such as schools or religious institutions).
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