Financial Services and General Government Congressionally Directed Spending Requests for Fiscal Year 2023
Senator Gillibrand has submitted funding requests to the Senate Appropriations Committee for various state and local community projects that will benefit New Yorkers all across the state. Projects are listed in alphabetical order by location.
Under guidelines issued by the Senate Appropriations Committee, each Senator had the opportunity to submit CDS requests for their state for Fiscal Year 2022. It should be noted that only a handful of projects may actually be funded, and we cannot guarantee which those will be. Projects are restricted to a limited number of federal funding streams, and only state and local governments and eligible non-profit entities are permitted to receive funding.
In compliance with Senate Rules and Committee requirements, Senator Gillibrand has certified that she and her immediate family have no financial interest in any of the projects she has requested.
Arts Business Collaborative, Inc.
Funding will be used to improve access to capital, networks, and knowledge for arts businesses by and for communities of color through culturally-specific technical assistance programs and services and action-oriented research.
Cayuga County, NY
Funds will be used by the County Clerk to digitize all permanent paper records, microfilm, maps and books in the County archives.
Evergreen Inc. Your North Brooklyn Business Exchan
The Resilient Recovery program provides technical assistance and education to small businesses in the industrial and manufacturing sector in Brooklyn to help them grow and provide family supporting jobs to working class New Yorkers.
Hispanic Federation’s Crear y Crecer su Negocio Small Business Support Initiative will provide a wide range of technical assistance programming and tools to strengthen the growing Latino small business community.
Livingston County Development Corporation
Recruit new business that will enhance the existing business mix and create jobs.
Long Island University
The Society of Presidential Descendants is housed at Long Island University in Nassau County. LIU is working to update and renovate a space on campus to display archived materials from former Presidents’ personal collections, including correspondence, journals, and other historical records.
Margaret Woodbury Strong Museum (DBA The Strong)
The Strong seeks funding to digitize and create equitable access to one of its most unique and at-risk archival collections: Playthings magazine.
Monroe County Clerk’s Office
To significantly digitize, index, and verify historical deeds recorded in Monroe County to make them more readily accessible to the public through the Monroe County Clerk’s online document database system.
Mosholu Preservation Corporation
Support for business technical assistance working one-on-one with businesses to bring them into the 21st century with technology, which is very resource and time intensive.
Niagara Falls Public Library
The Niagara Falls Public Library’s (NFPL) Local History Department (LH) is seeking funding for an extensive inventorying, cataloging, and partial rehousing project to make our materials and collections more accessible to all.
Vieques, Puerto Rico
This proposal is designed to build on the existing capabilities and platforms ViequesLove has already created to establish better communications and coordination that will be the foundation of a coalition hub to support Vieques.