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Nonprofit organizations focus tremendous energy and resources on fulfilling their mission. Meanwhile, many struggle to cover needs that are less visible – such as office equipment, technology upgrades, and building repairs.

The Infrastructure Grant was created to help fill the gap and Broadview in the Community awards $100,000 annually. Below, meet several of the $10,000 winners and find out how they are making a difference.

Since the Infrastructure Grant was established in 2021, we have gained valuable insights from applicants to identify a need we are passionate about advocating. Safety. We believe that safety is a basic human right and that is why we are proud to launch the Broadview Safety Initiative Grant. A combined total of up to $50,000 will be awarded to multiple nonprofits for security enhancements to help protect their employees and the people they serve.

All Fall 2023 applicants will be notified of the results by October 27.

Congratulations to the Latest Winners

Congratulations to the Latest Winners

15 - Love reaches out in a loving, caring way to youth of the Capital Region, using tennis as the medium, especially those in the inner cities. 15 Love will utilize the funds to replace their roof.

Albany CanCode, Inc. DBA CanCode Communities
Albany CanCode creates a vibrant, inclusive, and talent-fueled tech sector across New York State by making sure every student has the opportunity to develop their computational thinking and skills. They will utilize the funds to upgrade their CRM system which will enable them to efficiently manage their enrollment process for trainees, track their progress and communicate with them.

Bring on the Spectrum
Bring on the Spectrum is a community space the offers social recreational, and lifestyle activities for neurodiverse and neurotypical children, teens and adults. They will use the funds to purchase an adult changing table and new lighting.

Gateway Longview
Gateway Longview is committed to working together to protect, to give hope, and to enrich the lives of every child and family served. They recently relocated their Behavioral Health Clinic because they outgrew the previous building they were located in based on the growing needs in the community. Gateway Longview will utilize the funds from Broadview to replace the entrance stairs and sidewalk.

Jowonio School
The Jowonio School is an inclusive preschool where 41% of their enrollment receives special education services. They will utilize the funds to replace and maintain, augmentative and adaptive communication devices that are needed for students who are speech delayed or language impaired.  

Northern Rivers Family of Services
The Neil Hellman School operated by Northern Rivers is a special education facility that serves 125 residential and day students from 30 school districts. Students who attend NHS are considered emotionally handicapped and many have secondary handicapping conditions. They will utilize the funds to replace the flooring of their health office to ensure the health and safety of the students and staff.

Pride Center of the Capital Region
The mission of The Pride Center of the Capital Region is to promote the well-being of all lesbians, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer-identified people and those affected by discrimination based on gender identity and expression. They will utilize the funds to make necessary technology upgrades including CRM software, switching from a landline to VoIP and purchasing hotspots for outreach in rural areas.

P.U.N.T. Pediatric Cancer Collaborative
P.U.N.T. Pediatric Cancer Collaborative provides WNY families facing pediatric cancer with critical programs that offer financial, practical and emotional support from diagnosis to recovery and bereavement. P.U.N.T. operates with collaboration and guidance from community hospital partners to ensure that every dollar raised gets channeled where it is most needed. They will utilize the funds to upgrade technology for their team members including computers, video system for video conferences with families and a printer.

SEAT Center
SEAT Center’s primary population is underrepresented young adults, ages 18-24, with one or more barriers to employment. Their goal is to prepare them to enter the workforce, connecting to careers, and sustainable wage living in high demand industries. One of the industries is food service and SEAT has established programming to train young adults in food service skills. They will utilize the funds to purchase the culinary equipment that will be used to train their upcoming cohorts.

The Salvation Army Empire State Division
The Salvation Army has a homeless drop-in center which is open Monday through Friday with breakfast, showers, laundry, and a set of clothes weekly. They will utilize the funds to replace the washer and dryers so they can continue to offer laundry service to the individuals they serve.



AIM Services, Inc.

City Mission of Schenectady

Gateway-Longview, Inc.

In Our Own Voices, Inc.

Joseph’s House & Shelter

Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York

The RED Bookshelf


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