Mary McClellan Foundation 2019 Grant Recipients

We are pleased to announce this year’s awards

Battenkill Community Services, Inc. was awarded $15,000 for the purchase of a Transit Passenger Van.

The Cambridge Family Health Center was awarded $4,755 to purchase a pair of Frenzel Goggles for the Cambridge Family Health Center.

The Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad was awarded $20,000 for the purchase of a new ambulance.

The Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation at Hoosick Falls (Southwestern Vermont Health Care) received $15,000 to purchase bariatric equipment and monitoring devices.

The Easton-Greenwich Rescue Squad was awarded $10,000 for the purchase of a fly car.

Glens Falls Hospital will receive a fourth installment of $20,000 toward repayment of medical school loans as part of a long-term arrangement to retain doctors in the Greenwich Regional Medical Center.

The Greenwich First Responders (Greenwich Fire Department) received $9,275.16 for the purchase of Zoll AEDs, a Pulse CO-Oximeter, and Epi Pens.

The Greenwich Regional Medical Center received $18,000.09 for the purchase of an Endoscopic Tower, and for McKenzie Part D continuing education tuition for a member of the medical team at the Greenwich Family Health Center.

The Retired & Senior Volunteer Program of Warren and Washington Counties (RSVP) was awarded $12,000 to fund the medical transportation program.

The Salem Rescue Squad received $16,000 toward the purchase of a Stryker Lucas 3 Chest Compression System.

Southwestern Vermont Medical Center, Inc. was awarded $10,000 to fund a Community Care Team at Twin Rivers, PC in Hoosick Falls.

The Town of Hoosick Rescue Squad received $20,000 toward the LifePak Monitor Enhancement Program.

The Warren-Washington Association for Mental Health “Caleo Counseling Services” was awarded $5,000 to cover the cost of mental health services for patients from southern Washington County who cannot afford to pay.

The White Creek Fire Company was awarded $576 to purchase new First Aid Kits.

To see past grantees, visit our Grant Recipient Archives