Patrick P. Lee Foundation

Our Mission: To provide funding to those organizations having a positive impact in the areas of medical care & research, education, human & community services and behavioral health.

Grant Schedule 2015

January - Behavioral Health

LOI Deadline - December 1, 2014
Grant Application Deadline – Jan. 1 

April – Education
LOI Deadline – February 20, 2015
Grant Application Deadline – April 1

July – Closed Board Meeting

October – Human Services
LOI Deadline – August 14, 2015
Grant Application Deadline – Sept. 25 

Foundation Spotlight

The Patrick P. Lee Foundation Awards Grant to Canopy of Neighbors Inc.

The Patrick P. Lee Foundation Awards Grant to Canopy of Neighbors Inc.
The Patrick P. Lee Foundation has awarded Canopy of Neighbors Inc. a multiyear $30,000 grant to support subsidizing 35 of ?its low income members.Canopy members and non-members alike volunteer to provide transportation services, friendly visits, light indoor and outdoor home maintenance, errands and shopping, computer assistance, organization of paperwork, closets, photos, bills, etc., pet-care, Flip-Your-Mattress days, group excursions (a volunteer's "goat farm", Irish Classical Theatre's dress rehearsals, the Philharmonic, coffee hours, lunch
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The Franciscan Center Awarded $25,000 from the Patrick P. Lee Foundation

The Franciscan Center Awarded $25,000 from the Patrick P. Lee Foundation
The Franciscan Center was recently awarded an extremely kind grant of $25,000 from The Patrick P. Foundation to carry on our work with troubled youth in the Transitional Independent Living Program. Our Friends at the Foundation, have visited, seen our ministry, and once again, shared so generously. Their award helps make up for sadly lost and dwindling NYS OCFS and other municipal funding and lost Federal HUD Funding (Emergency Solutions Grant). This kind gift will be used to keep our long-serving, highly trained, and dedicated staff in pr
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The Massachusetts Avenue Project (MAP) receives $150,000 from PPL

The Massachusetts Avenue Project (MAP) receives $150,000 from PPL
The Massachusetts Avenue Project Invites the Public to #BetheCarrot for $1 Million Capital Project on Buffalo’s West Side Fundraising drive has already secured $588,888 in grants, donations and pledges(October 7, 2014) -- The Massachusetts Avenue Project (MAP) announced today that it will expand its existing community imprint with the construction of The MAP Farmhouse & Community Food Resource Center adjacent to its urban farm in Buffalo’s West side. Project partners include the University at Buffalo’s Food Lab and Grassro
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