Additional grant recipients
In addition to the Northeast Regional Cancer Institute and Penn State Worthington Scranton, the Moses Taylor Foundation awarded grants to:
Boys & Girls Clubs of Northeastern PA, $50,000 to provide operating support for its after-school program.
Catholic Social Services of Lackawanna County, $20,000 to assist with general counseling program operating expenses.
Employment Opportunity & Training Center, $56,826 over two years for purchase and implementation of a new web-based outcomes management system.
Family Service Association, $18,365 to update the 211 Northeast PA website.
Friends of the Poor, $5,000 to support the organization’s annual community Thanksgiving meal event in Scranton.
Institute for Public Policy & Economic Development, $10,000 to support the 2017 Regional Indicators program.
Partners in Family and Community Development, $18,058 to support the Strengthening Families Program.
Scranton School District, $5,000 to update strength and fitness training equipment at West Scranton High School.
Sullivan County Dental Clinic, $100,000 to relocate and expand the clinic.
The Arc of Northeastern PA, $35,751 to purchase automated external defibrillator devices for its group homes, summer camp and adult day and senior programs.
Wyoming County United Way, $20,000 to support the Children’s Produce Market.
Wyoming Valley Catholic Youth Center, $75,000 to reopen the child care center at St. Mary’s Church.