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The Foundation works toward improving peopleís lives through grant funding, promoting philanthropy, and strengthening the capacity of nonprofits. It focuses its grantmaking on four areas: Mid-Hudson Valley program, the Legacy and Family Interest program, Directorsí Discretionary program, and Support of Philanthropy program. The Mid-Hudson Valley program grants support nonprofits in the Mid-Hudson valley of New York state that impact the lives of the regionís residents, especially those who are economically disadvantaged. Mid-Hudson Valley is defined as Columbia, Dutchess, Greene, Orange, Putnam, and Ulster counties. Grants are available for project support, unrestricted general operating support, and for enhancing institutional management. Grants for the Legacy and Family Interest and the Directorsí Discretionary programs are by invitation only. The Support of Philanthropy program makes a limited number of grants to support nonprofits that work to encourage philanthropic endeavors, educate the public on the importance of charitable giving, and provide services to philanthropic organizations and individuals. Additional information can be found on the Web site.

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