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December 17, 2021

Improving the Lives of Older Adults and Their Caregivers

In Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester Counties

CORTLANDT MANOR, NY, DECEMBER 17, 2021 – Field Hall Foundation has announced its 2022 grant giving schedule.  Grants ranging from $5,000 to $50,000+ will be awarded to pilot, expand or support programs and projects that directly impact the lives of OLDER ADULTS and their CAREGIVERS in Dutchess, Putnam & Westchester counties.  The Foundation awarded more than $1 million in grants in 2021.

There will be three grant cycles in 2022:

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Spring 2022 Cycle

Deadline for Submitting Letters of Inquiry (LOIs): January 14th

Grants Awarded: End of May

Fall 2022 Cycle

Deadline for Submitting LOIs: June 3rd

Grants Awarded: End of September

Winter 2022-23 Cycle

Deadline for Submitting LOIs: October 3rd

Grants Awarded: End of January 2023

Priority is given to proposals that address:

  • Food insecurity
  • Home-based care services
  • Respite and support services for spouses/relatives caring for older adults at home
  • Safety, security, and elder abuse
  • Social work/Case management
  • Transportation for older adults, caregivers, or home health aides

The Foundations’ grantmaking guidelines, criteria and recent grants can be found at

For more information or to discuss a potential proposal, contact:


Patti Lavan Horvath, Program Officer

Field Hall Foundation

2302 Catherine Street, Cortlandt Manor, NY  10567

(914) 813-9103

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