Mary McClellan Foundation 2021 Grant Recipients

We are pleased to announce this year’s awards:

The Historic Salem Courthouse Preservation Association, Inc. was awarded $7,560 to help enable the Hudson Headwaters Health Network (HHHN) Mobile Unit in Salem, NY. The Mobile Unit serves to fill the gap in access to primary medical care.

The Southern Adirondack Health Initiative was awarded $5,000 to help fund the first annual 2021 Rural Area Medical (RAM) Southern Adirondack Health Clinic at the Washington County Fair Grounds.

A new partner, Parent to Parent of NYS was awarded $13,653.65 to fund family care and support for children with developmental challenges in Warren & Washington Counties.  

Battenkill Community Services, Inc. was awarded $20,000 to purchase Nu-step machines, treadmills, and elliptical machines for their physical fitness room in Greenwich, NY.

Parsons Child and Family Center was awarded $20,000 to continue the vital Behavioral Health Center at Cambridge Central School. Providing access to mental health care is difficult and extremely important in our rural communities. Funds help to offset cost to the school district.

The Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad was awarded grants to reimburse for COVID-19 vaccine and testing delivery, funding to create a Training Officer Position and a Medic Flex Position, continued Paramedic Tuition assistance, and funding to purchase a ventilator, IV pump, and controlled substance boxes to carry onboard ambulances. Grants totaled $103,386.  

The Tri-county United Way was awarded $11,000 toward driver reimbursement and outreach for their RSVP Medical Transportation Program, which continues to provide a much-needed service in our rural communities.

The Mary McClellan Foundation is under continued agreement with Glens Falls Hospital to fund a retention package for two local health center doctors, totaling $100,000 each, over five years. We believe that maintaining primary care in our rural communities is of utmost importance.

The Salem Rescue Squad received $3,083.22 to purchase a McGrath MAC EMS Video Laryngoscope to use onboard their ambulances.

The Town of Hoosick Rescue Squad received a fourth installment of $20,000 toward their LifePak Monitor Enhancement Program.

To see past grantees, visit our Grant Recipient Archives