Mary McClellan Foundation 2017 Grant Recipients

The Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad was awarded $32,500 for the purchase of a new Mobile Health Care vehicle, as well as state of the art intubation equipment, and reimbursement for paramedic student tuition.

The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation at Hoosick Falls was awarded $9,039 to purchase a NuStep Machine, a Vital Stim Machine, and new wheelchairs.

The Easton-Greenwich Rescue Squad was awarded $20,000 for the purchase of an iNX patient transport and loading system.

Southwestern Vermont Medical Center was awarded $20,000 to help educate the community about diabetes prevention and care.

Glens Falls Hospital was awarded $20,000 toward repayment of medical school loans as part of an arrangement to help retain a doctor in the Greenwich Regional Medical Center.

Glens Falls Hospital was also awarded $35,000 for the purchase of seven patient exam tables to be used in the Cambridge Family Health Center, Greenwich Regional Medical Center, and Salem Family Health Center.

The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program of Warren and Washington Counties (RSVP) was awarded $11,400 in continued support for its medical transportation program in Southern Washington County and toward its Osteobusters program.

The Salem Rescue Squad was awarded $20,000 to purchase a new ZOLL X Series monitor and defibrillator.

The Greenwich First Responders were awarded $18,316 to purchase Hi-Vis jackets, portable radios, AEDs, a Laerdal suction Unit, and CPR training manikins for their free community training programs.

The White Creek Fire Company was awarded $2,000 to purchase an Automatic External Defibrillator.

Community Work and Independence (CWI) was awarded $20,000 toward the purchase of a new transportation vehicle.

Parsons Child & Family Center was awarded $20,000 in continued support of the innovative Behavioral Health Center at Cambridge Central School.

To see past grantees, visit our Grant Recipient Archives