SARATOGA SPRINGS — The Hawley Foundation recently held their annual awards ceremony at the Embassy Suites.
More than 60 community nonprofit organizations, high school graduates, board and community members were in attendance. The Hawley Foundation awarded a total of $150,000 in high school scholarships, community and camp grants.
The Hawley Foundation provides camp awards to Saratoga County organizations that provide summer camp opportunities, designed to offset camp fees for children in need. Community grant awards provide funding to not-for-profit organizations that have Saratoga County’s children’s welfare or well-being as their main objective. College grants are provided to high school seniors who will be entering college or vocational schools.
The 2023 camp and community grant recipients were: AIM Services, CAPTAIN Community Human Services, Catholic Charities, City of Saratoga Springs Recreation Department, Franklin Community Center, Glens Falls Area Youth Center, LifeWorks Community Action, Mechanicville Area Community Services Center, Rebuilding Together Saratoga County, Saratoga Bridges, Saratoga Center for the Family, Saratoga Hospital, Saratoga Regional YMCA, The Salvation Army, Town of Wilton – Wilton Recreation, and YMCA of the Capital District.
The college recipients of these grants were: Brady McGrath, Brooke Devizzio, Colton Vavasour, Gianna Fiordimondo, Eliana Sage, Ella McGrath, Jonah O’Connor and Samantha Maurer.