News and Announcements

Mid-Hudson Community Profiles - Regional Overview

The Dyson Foundation encourages nonprofit organizations and other community stakeholders to visit the Mid-Hudson Community Profiles, an interactive web tool providing detailed information about community trends. This information allows organizations to track community conditions, develop programs, and affect change that will ultimately contribute to the well-being of citizens within the Mid-Hudson Valley.

You may also download the Mid-Hudson Community Profiles Regional Overview, published in 2021, which highlights findings from each of the nine topics areas which are profiled on the website.

Dyson Foundation Board of Directors Approve New Grants - September 2021

At its most recent meeting in September 2021, the Foundation’s Board of Directors approved over $4.3 million in new grants to 47 different organizations. Major grants included:

Arts Mid-Hudson, Inc.
Poughkeepsie, NY
Amount: $60,000
Project Term: 2022 – 2023
Toward general operating support

Cornell Cooperative Extension of Columbia and Green Counties
Acra, NY
Grant Amount: $75,000
Project Term: 2022 – 2023
Toward the Parenting with Confidence program

Family Services
Poughkeepsie, NY
Grant Amount: $2,000,000
Project Term: 2021-2024
Toward the Standing Together, Standing Strong: Capital Campaign for the Family Partnership Center

Fearless! Hudson Valley
Newburgh, NY
Grant Amount: $90,000
Project Term: 2022-2023
Toward general operating support

Greater Hudson Promise Neighborhood
Hudson, NY
Grant Amount: $120,000
Project Term: 2022-2023
Toward general operating support

Rural & Migrant Ministry
Cornwall-on-Hudson, NY
Grant Amount: $170,000
Project Term: 2022-2023
Toward general operating support

Safe Harbors of the Hudson
Newburgh, NY
Grant Amount: $140,000
Project Term: 2022-2023
Toward general operating support

Worker Justice Center of New York
Kingston, NY
Grant Amount: $120,000
Project Term: 2022-2023
Toward general operating support for the Mid-Hudson Valley office