Infrastructure Grants

Area nonprofits receive support to help maintain their operations.

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 applicants for Spring 2023 Infrastructure Grants will be notified on the final decision by email by May 24.

Please check back for the next round of Fall 2023 grants to learn how to apply.

Congratulations to the 2022 Winners

Cradle Beach
Cradle Beach unites individuals and families with a focus on empowering children with special needs and the underserved to thrive. The grant will secure their 66-acre property with an upgraded surveillance entrance gate, and a locked exit gate, to better monitor who enters and exits. 

City Mission of Schenectady
The City Mission of Schenectady helps people in the community by providing shelter, essentials, and community. The grant will fund an elevator for the facilities to allow spaces to be more accessible for all. 

Homeless and Travelers Aid Society (HATAS)
HATAS meets immediate needs for shelter, food, and clothing, and addresses long-term housing and employment needs. The grant will add a security system for a loading dock exterior, warehouse interior and exterior, and security at the Feed and Read (FAR) Program to protect food and supplies for 600 low-income school aged children. 

IPH is a leader in providing services to homeless and at-risk individuals and families. The grant will be used to enhance the security system at its 30-bed facility in Albany that has provided shelter to hundreds of people – and counting

Regional Food Bank
The Regional Food Bank helps feed the hungry in the community. The grant will be used to enhance a security system to protect the organization's full-time staff and thousands of volunteers  

Schenectady Community Ministries (SiCM)
SiCM addresses public health needs such as nutrition education, racism, and diversity concerns. The grant will be used to remodel the food pantry into a grocery-style model, enabling guests to choose the food they want to take home. 

Shelters of Saratoga
Shelters of Saratoga provides food, shelter, and housing services to people facing homelessness. Their funding will purchase commercial-grade washers and dryers for use by guests staying at the organization's emergency shelter. 

St. Anne Institute
St. Anne’s Institute strives to meet the needs of children and families through residential and non-residential treatment for adolescent girls. A special education preschool and community-based treatment program for families are also offered. This grant will renovate the library to include a student study area  

YWCA of Binghamton and Broome County
YWCA Of Binghamton and Broome Country is dedicated to eliminating racism, empowering women, and promoting peace, justice, freedom, and dignity for all. The grant will provide case manager consultations at its off-site units and at local restaurants to support housing stability for clients. 

Buffalo Center for Art and Technology
Buffalo Center for Art and Technology encourages young learners to enter the workforce in arts and tech. The organization provides safe spaces for study and opportunities for mentorship. The grant will go towards updating the security system and entry locks

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