WORKING FOR THE COMMUNITY
Securing Funding for Important Community Institutions &
Recognizing Contributions and Achievements of Community Members
In order to make a difference in our community, we must enact policies that will make a positive influence. Below you will find some information on legislation I have proposed...
Securing Funding for Important Community Nonprofits
$12,900 in emergency funding for a replacement gas boiler for the African American Cultural Center of the Capital Region (AACCCR) in 2018
The African American Cultural Center, located at 135 South Pearl Street, is the only institution of its kind in the Capital Region and offers educational programs, cultural and performing arts, and exhibits that promote awareness and raise the collective consciousness of all ethnicities to the rich and vibrant history, contribution, and culture of African Americans.
$50,000 in vital funding for the Capital South Campus Center (CSCC) in 2016
The Capital South Campus Center is locate in the heart of the South End and provides educational and job training services to community members.
$1,500 in funding for carpets for the Wizards Wardrobe (South End Neighborhood Tutors) in 2017
The Wizards Wardrobe is a small nonprofit located at 20 Rensselaer Street that provides free, after school tutoring for elementary school students in the South End.