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The show must go on — and judging by the amount of money flowing from federal and local government, the New York theater industry’s road to recovery could be paved with gold (or at least dollars).

The latest figures from the Small Business Administration (SBA) for the federal Shuttered Venue Operators Grant (SVOG) program show that 91 organizations in Hell’s Kitchen and the Midtown Theater District have been approved to receive a total of $221,155,213.

Westside Theatre and Little Shop of Horrors both received SVOG funding.

Unlike the Restaurant Revitalization Fund which ran out of money, the SVOG appears to be fully funded to help applicants, although its process has been plagued by delays and technical difficulties.

At the end of last month, the New York Times reported that large shows like Hamilton had received grants of $30 million (see our table below — the organization names are “And Peggy Tour LLC”, “Angelica Tour LLC” and “Hamilton Uptown LLC”). The newspaper reported that the final grant figure might increase to $50 million.

Philip Boroff at Broadway Journal reported that Waitress (which closed in January 2020 before the pandemic) — will now return to Broadway in September for a limited four-month engagement with Sara Bareilles, thanks to a $10m SVOG grant. The national tour of Waitress also received over $7m.

Hamilton survived the winter and the pandemic.

Closer to home, Birdland has been approved for funding of $2,752,504. Back in January, owner Gianni Valenti set a goal of $250,000 to save “The Jazz Corner Of The World”, President Clinton joined a host of celebrities for a benefit concert and GoFundMe campaign that raised over $400,000.

The Westside Theater on W43rd Street between 9/10th Avenue managed to secure funding of $441,655 — and Skid Row Downtown LLC, the production company behind Little Shop of Horrors, which returns to the theater in September, got funding of over $7 million to keep the off-Broadway production going.

Gianni Valenti appealed to save Birdland during the pandemic.

Other winners were Feinstein’s 54 Below (54 Below LLC) $3,575,584, The Town Hall (Town Hall Foundation, Inc.) $2,198,835, Carolines on Broadway (Carolines Entertainment, Inc) $1,611,793, St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble $916,990, Cruel Intentions (Cruel Intentions Worldwide LLC) $342,386 and Tea at Five (Tea At Five On Broadway LLC) $313,988.

In the past week, Corey Johnson announced his final budget as Speaker of the New York City Council. He sponsored spending of over $33 million throughout his west side council district (which includes Hell’s Kitchen, the Theater District, Chelsea and the Village). We calculate that 48.8% of that spend was on theater and the arts, with 22% on parks, 16% on social services and housing and 5% each on LGBTQ+ projects and education.

Speaker Corey Johnson Gives Remarks at the Opening of the Helen Hayes Theater in 2018. Photo: John McCarten:NYC Council

Roundabout Theater was a beneficiary of both the SVOG fund and Johnson’s budget. The non-profit was granted $10 million by the SVOG, and awarded $2,100,000 by the Speaker for HVAC & fire alarm systems replacements. Roundabout also received another $1m from the City in the Cultural Affairs capital budget.

Out of the $33,382,000 of discretionary capital and expense allocation in Council District 3, we calculate that $9,782,250 (29%) was spent in Chelsea, $4,113,500 (12%) in Hell’s Kitchen, $9,081,250 (27%) in The Village, and $10,086,500 (30%) in the Theater District.

Notable Hell’s Kitchen wins in the budget were $2m for the Irish Arts Center (An Claidheamh Soluis Inc), $446,000 to renovate the Midtown Community Court Courtroom, $300,000 for replacement of the ADA lift at Columbus Branch Library and $105,000 for the Pier 84 Dog Park in Hudson River Park. From 2015 through the current year, Irish Arts Center had $7.5 million funding. The Pier 84 Dog Park had previously received funding of $257,000 in the 2021 budget.

Pier 84 Dog Park — one of the Hell’s Kitchen beneficiaries of Speaker Johnson’s funding.

“Theaters are economic drivers for the entire community, and help drive business to Hell’s Kitchen restaurants, stores, and hotels. They also employ many people in the neighborhood. The Council is proud to support theaters, particularly as they try to rebuild after COVID,” said Council spokeswoman Jennifer Fermino.

“The Speaker is proud of the funding he secured for all of District 3, which includes a total of roughly $7 million in Council expense funding for the three area codes that cover Hell’s Kitchen. In addition to theaters, the Speaker is also supporting the community by increasing funding for services for street homelessness, mental health programs, the LGBTQ community, and affordable housing preservation.”

Fermino told us the Council funded every eligible non-profit that applied for Speaker capital funding this year from Hell’s Kitchen. No one was turned down.

She added that the amount Hell’s Kitchen receives from the City Council will end up even higher. Some $180 million in Council discretionary funding has not been allocated and some of that money will be directed to Hell’s Kitchen. And Fermino pointed out that the $33,382,000 Speaker’s Capital and Discretionary funding referenced in the table below is a fraction of the overall $98.7 billion city budget, which includes much more for the Speaker’s district.


Thank you to Vinay Raval, Sandra Mangan, Kevin McAnarney and the City Councli’s Budget team for their help in sifting through this data. Below are the tables for the local SVOG Funding (as of 7/6/2020) and the NYC Budget FY2022 items for the west side.

Shuttered Venue Operators Grants — Zips 10018, 10019 & 10036

SVOG GranteeAddressZipVenue TypeSVOG Amount
And Peggy Tour LLC1501 Broadway 24th Fl10036Theatrical producer$10,000,000
Angelica Tour LLC1501 Broadway 24th Fl10036Theatrical producer$10,000,000
Cain’t Say No LLC630 9th Ave Ste 80910036Theatrical producer$10,000,000
Hamilton Uptown LLC1501 Broadway 24th Fl10036Theatrical producer$10,000,000
Jujamcyn Theaters LLC246 W 44th St10036Live venue operator or promoter$10,000,000
Nederlander Organization, Inc.1501 Broadway, 14th Fl10036Live venue operator or promoter$10,000,000
Roundabout Theatre Company Inc.231 W 39th St Ste 120010018Live performing arts organization operator$10,000,000
Temptations Broadway LLC254 W 54th St Fl 1510019Theatrical producer$10,000,000
The Carnegie Hall Corporation881 7th Ave10019Live performing arts organization operator$10,000,000
The Chicago Limited Partnership165 W 46th St Ste 120210036Theatrical producer$10,000,000
Waitress LLC165 W 46th St Ste 120210036Theatrical producer$10,000,000
Duluth Broadway LLC1650 Broadway Ste 80010019Theatrical producer$9,900,000
The Phantom Company, A Limited Partnership1650 Broadway Ste 80010019Theatrical producer$9,900,000
Utopia Broadway LLC1650 Broadway Ste 80010019Theatrical producer$9,468,725
Skid Row Downtown LLC1650 Broadway Ste 60910019Theatrical producer$7,360,389
Waitress Tour LLC165 W 46th St10036Theatrical producer$7,077,689
Voss Events Inc448 W 37th St 8a10018Live venue operator or promoter$6,231,401
Jb Second National Tour L.p.311 W 43rd St. 6th Fl10036Theatrical producer$5,764,663
Summer First National Tour LLC311 W 43rd St 6th Fl10036Theatrical producer$5,007,026
New York City Center Inc.130 W 56th St10019Live venue operator or promoter$4,367,594
The Stomp Company Lp254 W 54th St, 10th Fl10019Theatrical producer$3,982,085
Paris On Tour LLC630 9th Ave Ste 120610036Theatrical producer$3,597,523
54 Below LLC254 W 54th St Fl 1010019Live venue operator or promoter$3,575,584
Off-Broadway Goes Wrong Limited Partnership561 7th Ave Fl 310018Theatrical producer$3,187,411
Jayarvee Incorporated Dba Birdland315 W 44th St10036Live venue operator or promoter$2,752,504
1185 Comedy, Inc.1626 Broadway10019Live venue operator or promoter$2,694,353
Fifth Estate Entertainment LLC311 W 43rd St 12th Fl10036Theatrical producer$2,591,175
Town Hall Foundation, Inc.123 W 43rd St.10036Live venue operator or promoter$2,198,835
Xmas Story6 LLC630 9th Ave Ste 120610036Theatrical producer$1,891,771
Columbia Artists Music LLC1500 Broadway Ste 190010036Talent representative$1,783,301
Carolines Entertainment, Inc1626 Broadway10019Live venue operator or promoter$1,611,793
Building For The Arts Ny, Inc.412 W 42nd St 5th Fl10036Live performing arts organization operator$1,326,389
Broadway Booking Office Nyc, Ltd270 Madison Ave 16th Fl10036Talent representative$1,191,610
321 Theatrical Management, LLC420 W45th St., 2nd Fl10036Live performing arts organization operator$1,189,145
St. Luke’s Chamber Ensemble, Inc.450 W 37th St Ste 50210018Live performing arts organization operator$916,990
Tbd Creative LLC254 W 54th St 14th Fl10019Theatrical producer$695,775
Ensemble For The Romantic Century Inc214 W 50th St, 30110019Theatrical producer$589,238
Juniper St Productions, Inc.1650 Broadway Ste 40510019Live performing arts organization operator$531,727
Massimo Gallotta Productions Ltd Dba MGP LiveOne Penn Plaza, Ste 260110019Live venue operator or promoter$484,782
Love Productions, Inc400 W 43rd St 10r10036Talent representative$471,147
Reno Productions, Inc. Dba Westside Theatre407 W 43rd St10036Live venue operator or promoter$441,655
Seven String Ltd1001 Ave Of The Americas 2nd Fl10018Theatrical producer$416,913
Bret Adams Ltd.448 W 44th St10036Talent representative$408,208
Michiko Rehearsal Studios Inc.149 W 46th St10036Live performing arts organization operator$407,494
Cruel Intentions Worldwide LLC630 9th Ave #70110036Theatrical producer$342,386
Uzan Corporation D/b/a Uia Talent Agency850 7th Ave Ste 100310019Talent representative$339,423
Cirque-tacular Productions Inc888 C 8th Ave Num 24410019Live performing arts organization operator$339,256
Sex Tips Vegas, LLC306 W 38th St Ste 150110018Theatrical producer$329,905
Maximum Entertainment Productions, Limited Liability. Company630 9th Ave Ste 70110036Theatrical producer$316,044
American Symphony Orchestra1330 Ave Of The Americas Ste 23a10019Live performing arts organization operator$314,856
Tea At Five On Broadway LLC500 W 43 St 14a10036Theatrical producer$313,988
Gorgeous Entertainment1650 Broadway, Ste 121010019Theatrical producer$278,727
Arts Management Group, Inc.130 W 57th St, #6a10019Talent representative$277,137
Freesolo Entertainment LLC1675 Broadway 20th Fl10019Talent representative$230,692
Saratoga International Theater Institute, Inc520 8th Ave #31010018Live performing arts organization operator$221,978
Douglas, Gorman, Rothacker, & Wilhelm, Inc.353 W 48th St. Ste 33510036Talent representative$217,467
The Talent House1430 Broadway 110010018Talent representative$215,095
Wine Lovers LLC635 W 42nd St 3c10036Theatrical producer$197,904
358 W 44th St. Theatre Co., Inc.358 W 44th St10036Live venue operator or promoter$194,326
Big League Productions, Inc.630 9th Ave Ste 120610036Theatrical producer$193,064
Diet Show Tour, LLC The201 E 37th St 2b10036Theatrical producer$192,896
Eric Krebs Theatrical Management, Inc340 W 55 St 11d10019Theatrical producer$192,417
Henderson Hogan Agency, Inc336 W 37th St Rm 99010018Talent representative$180,693
Wolf Talent Group165 W 46th St Ste 91010036Talent representative$169,000
Happy Hour Entertainment LLC635 W 42nd St 3c10036Theatrical producer$166,798
Below 14th, Inc.1 Columbus Pl Apt N10l10019Talent representative$155,272
Primary Stages Company, Inc.520 8th Ave Ste 31210018Live performing arts organization operator$148,421
Lisa Dozier Productions, LLC115 W 45th St Ste 60610036Live performing arts organization operator$128,797
Hudson Artists Agency Inc353 W 48th St, Fl 410036Talent representative$127,382
Jumpstart Entertainment LLC1460 Broadway10036Live performing arts organization operator$103,971
44 West Entertainment, LLC461 W 44th St Apt 5b10036Talent representative$100,764
Sunnyspot Productions Inc1650 Broadway Ste 110310019Theatrical producer$86,197
Transport Group, Inc.520 8th Ave, #31110018Live performing arts organization operator$85,651
Evamere Entertainment LLC630 9th Ave Ste 121510036Theatrical producer$84,062
Stand Up Comedy Corp711 7th Ave, Second Fl10036Live venue operator or promoter$83,168
The Midtown Management Group, Inc630 9th Ave Ste 80210036Live performing arts organization operator$82,372
Participatory Safety Inc560 W 43rd 37b10036Live venue operator or promoter$76,941
P.s. Advertising Inc Dba Perry St Theatricals1650 Broadway Ste 70010019Live performing arts organization operator$74,359
Whole Artist Management, Corp1460 Broadway 10th Fl10036Talent representative$73,610
Ars Nova Theater I, Inc.511 W 54th St10019Live venue operator or promoter$69,855
Dreamthree, Inc.440 W 47th St, Apt 4f10036Talent representative$63,789
Snug Harbor Productions, Inc.262 W 38th St Room 20210018Live performing arts organization operator$58,347
Variations Theatre Group Inc312 W 36 St #4e10018Live venue operator or promoter$56,423
Madaras Productions Group LLC250 W 50 St10019Theatrical producer$54,660
Throughline Artists Inc.15 W 53rd St 22f10019Theatrical producer$44,347
Peccadillo Theater Company Inc423 W 46th St10036Theatrical producer$39,551
Get Naked LLC619 9th Ave 4e10036Theatrical producer$33,123
Perspectives Nyc Inc15 W 36th St Fl810018Theatrical producer$26,857
Cesa Entertainment, Inc.1460 Broadway10036Theatrical producer$26,758
Belinda Sinclair Fraser375 W 48th St10036Live venue operator or promoter$17,765
Lubovitch Dance Foundation, Inc.229 W 42nd St10036Live performing arts organization operator$13,824

Speaker Corey Johnson New York City Budget — Council District 3

Spending TypeLegal Name of Organization – Program NamePurpose of FundsAmount
CapitalHigh Line RenovationsRenovations To Make The High Line More Accessible To New Yorkers as Well As Improving Life-safety Features and Visitor Circulation and The Long-term Sustainability Of The Park.$2,900,000
CapitalGreenwich House inc. – Muscial School Renvoation$2,880,000
CapitalThe New 42nd Street inc.New 42 Studios Green Roof and HVAC$2,750,000
CapitalBreaking Ground Ii Housing Development Fund CorporationParamount Hotel Suprtv. Hsg/safe Haven$2,500,000
CapitalHaleakala inc. DBA The KitchenThe Kitchens Building Renovation$2,500,000
CapitalWestbeth HpdWestbeth Elevator Modernization$2,200,000
CapitalRoundabout Theatre Company inc.HVAC & Fire Alarm Systems Replacement$2,100,000
CapitalManhattan Theatre Club – Samuel J. Friedman Theatre Renovation$2,065,000
CapitalAn Claidheamh Soluis IncNew Irish Arts Center. Ac Phase Ii 51st Street$2,000,000
CapitalChelsea ParkSynthetic Turf Field And Track Improvements$1,028,000
CapitalAids Memorial – Larry Cramer Statue$1,000,000
CapitalHudson River Park Trust – Pier 26 Science Playground$1,000,000
CapitalHudson River Park Trust- Chelsea Waterside Phase IiSupplemental Funding For Chelsea Waterside Phase Ii Improvements$1,000,000
CapitalLesbian And Gay Community Services Center inc –HVAC Upgrade$656,000
CapitalChelsea ParkReplace The Synthetic Turf Field And Track.$572,000
CapitalJoyce Theater Foundation – Hvac Replacement Project$450,000
CapitalFund For The City Of New York/center For Court Innovation RenovationMidtown Community Court Courtroom$446,000
CapitalSecond Stage Theatre – Hayes Theater Envelope RestorationFunding To Rehabilitate The Roof Parapets Inner Masonry And Corroded Structural Steel Embedded In The Parapet.$350,000
CapitalColumbus Branch LibraryAda Lift Replacement$300,000
CapitalRattlestick Productions Inc. – 224 Waverly Theater RenovationPhase 2 Work Including Elevator Connecting Theater To The Street Level And New Public Ada-accessible Front-of-house Bathrooms.$300,000
CapitalSuny – Fashion Institute Of Technology B: S:Roof Replacement: FIT Dubinsky Dining Hall$295,000
CapitalActors Fund Housing Dev Corp – Friedman Residence Fire Safety SystemFriedman Residence Fire Safety System$250,000
CapitalHudson River Park Trust – Pier 40 Public Walkway$200,000
ExpensesFriends of the High Line, Inc.Funding will be used to support free education programming.$150,000
ExpensesHudson GuildFunding will support Hudson Guild’s Teen Services program, which serves young people ages 14-24 with comprehensive education, career, and recreation services.$150,000
ExpensesHudson River Park TrustFunding will allow HRPT to conduct a survey and census of current and prospective visitors, including specific entrance and attendance counts and in person and online surveys in order to estimate how many people use Hudson River Park.$150,000
ExpensesBroadway League, Inc., The – Broadway BridgesFunding would ensure that every student in New York City Public High Schools has the opportunity to see a Broadway show before graduation.$125,000
CapitalHudson River Park Trust-Chelsea WatersideChelsea Waterside Park Upgrades – Replacement Of The Existing Metal Halide Sports Lighting Fixtures On The Perimeter Of The Athletic Field$125,000
CapitalHudson River Park Trust-Chelsea WatersideChelsea Waterside Park Upgrades – Fabrication And Installation Prefabricated Kiosk At 23rd Street At 11th Avenue Entrance$125,000
ExpensesNew 42nd Street, Inc., TheFunding to support the New Victory Education program providing access to live performances for students K through 12 and includes classroom workshops, professional development and resource guides.$125,000
ExpensesPlaywrights Horizons, Inc.To support its Student Ticket Programs for public high school and college students throughout New York City, enabling younger audiences to attend the six new productions planned for the upcoming season.$125,000
ExpensesHousing Conservation Coordinators, Inc.Support for legal services and organizing programs as follows: 1) Legal representation; 2) Advocacy; 3) Tenant Organizing; and 4) Community Organizers educate and mobilize residents around impact issues facing the community.$115,000
CapitalHudson River Park Trust – Clinton Cove Sculpture$105,000
CapitalHudson River Park Trust – Pier 84 Dog RunPier 84 Dog Run$105,000
ExpensesHudson River Park TrustTo fund STEM education and interactive community research. Hudson River Park’s Estuary Lab offers STEM education and authentic scientific research with the purpose of communicating the ecological importance of the Park’s 400-acre Estuarine Sanctuary.$100,000
ExpensesLesbian and Gay Community Services Center (LGBT Center), Inc.To provide funding support for an archivist.$100,000
ExpensesNew York City AIDS Memorial, Inc. – Visual Impact: On AIDS, Art, and ActivismTo provide funding support for printing, exhibition installation and removal, securing rights and permissions, project editing, press/marketing campaigns, honorariums, and to strengthen the visual exhibit with an innovative audio soundscape installation.$100,000
CapitalPs111 B:m111 S:m111Technology Upgrade$100,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For Broome Street Academy B: S:Technology Upgrade$100,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For P.s. 41 Greenwich Village School B:m041 S:m041Technology Upgrade For P.s. 41 Greenwich Village School$100,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For Ps 11 B:m011 S:m011Technology Upgrade$100,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For City Knoll Middle School B:m111 S:m933Technology Upgrade$77,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For P33 B:m033 S:m033Technology Upgrade$77,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For Nyc Lab School 02m412 B:m070 S:m412Technology Upgrade$75,000
CapitalPlaywrights Horizons Inc.Moveable Property – Standalone Equipment And/or Equipment System$72,000
CapitalSchoolyard Repair For Manhattan School For Career Dev B:m440 S:m751Complete Repair And Repaving Of Pot-hole Studded School Yard. The Asphalt Has Badly Deteriorated. It Is A Safety Hazard and Students Cannot Engage In Outdoor Sports Activities Or Safely Use The Basketball Court.$70,000
ExpensesHartley House, Inc.To provide funding support for the Home Outreach Program for Elders (HOPE).$60,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For Ps 51 Elias Howe B:m338 S:m094Technology Upgrade$60,000
ExpensesGreenwich House, Inc. – Mental Health Services – Vulnerable PopulationFunding to support mental health services and treatments given through individualized therapy for vulnerable populations.$53,500
CapitalNew Water Fountains For Hs For Environmental Studies B:m834 S:m400Water Fountains With Touchless Water Bottle Filler$50,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For Hs For Environmental Studies B:m834 S:m400Technology Upgrade$50,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For Nyc Ischool B:m615 S:m376Technology Upgrade$50,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For P35m At Beacon High School B:m912 S:m035Technology Upgrade For P35m At Beacon High School$50,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For Ps 3 Charrette School B:m003 S:m003Technology Upgrade$50,000
CapitalTechnology Upgrade For Ps340 B:m340 S:m094Technology Upgrade$50,000
ExpensesHudson GuildFunds for academic, educational, and recreational services to young people on the path to success in college and/or in careers.$44,500
ExpensesPenn South Social Services, Inc.To provide funding support for social services, health support and recreational/educational activities to promote successful aging in place.$30,000
ExpensesCarnegie Hall Corporation, The – Future Music ProjectFunding will support more than 180 teens from over 140 NYC zip codes with creative opportunities at Carnegie Hall and will give participants the chance to share their music across all five boroughs through the programs of the Future Music Project.$25,000
ExpensesHartley House, Inc.Funding to support HOPE programming and services, providing a comprehensive range of services for seniors to ensure that they can live out lives with dignity in own homes.$25,000
ExpensesRoundabout Theatre Company, Inc. – Theatrical Workforce Development ProgramTo provide funding support for the theatrical workforce development program.$25,000
ExpensesChurch of the Holy Apostles – Soup KitchenFunding will be used for consumable supplies for the Soup Kitchen.$15,750
ExpensesPenn South Social Services, Inc.Funding to support programming/activities including educational and exercise classes such as “Music and You”, and “Indoor Gardening”, programs for seniors who are not able to work in a traditional outdoor garden to learn about plants and flowers.$15,500
ExpensesGreenwich House, Inc. – Music ProgramsFunding to support Greenwich House’s music programs.$15,000
ExpensesHousing Conservation Coordinators, Inc.Funding to support legal services to represent low-income households, and general operating and programming expenses including staff support.$15,000
ExpensesLesbian and Gay Community Services Center (LGBT Center), Inc. – Community Crisis Intervention ProgramFunding to support the LGBT Community Crisis Intervention Program (LGBT CCI), providing crisis support and information.$15,000
ExpensesWestbeth Artists Residents CouncilFunding to support senior programming including classes and seminars emphasizing mental, physical and artistic well-being of the senior community.$15,000
ExpensesGreenwich House, Inc. – The Daily Money ManagementFunding to support The Daily Money Management to help seniors remain in stable financial condition.$13,500
ExpensesHartley House, Inc.To support youth afterschool programming.$12,000
ExpensesWestbeth Artists Residents CouncilFunding to support senior programming including classes and seminars emphasizing mental, physical and artistic well-being of the senior community.$11,000
ExpensesAbundant Waters, Inc.Funding to support services of a Learning Specialist who assesses and diagnoses a child’s learning difficulties and/or differences.$10,000
ExpensesChurch of the Holy ApostlesFunds to support increased hunger relief services due to COVID-19.$10,000
ExpensesFind Aid for the Aged, Inc.To fund programming in all centers for homeless, marginally housed and/or poverty-stricken throughout New York City.$10,000
ExpensesFriends of the High Line, Inc.Funding to support the expansion and enhancement of programming with an emphasis on increased accessibility for communities with disabilities and diverse languages.$10,000
ExpensesGood Shepherd Services – Chelsea FoyerFunding to support the Chelsea Foyer which provides transitional housing beds to the underserved, homeless young adult population.$10,000
ExpensesTADA! Theatre and Dance Alliance, Inc.Funds will support additional marketing and outreach, conversations and talk-backs.$10,000
ExpensesEncore Community Services – Senior Home Delivered MealsFunding to support Senior Home Delivered Meals.$9,500
ExpensesGreenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of CommerceFunds to support “All in Chelsea” and “Shop Bleeker.”$9,000
ExpensesNew York City Gay and Lesbian Anti-Violence Project, Inc.Funding to support general operating and programming expenses associated with various services including hotline, counseling, legal services, education, information and safety.$8,500
ExpensesChekpeds, Inc.Funds will be used for software, trees, plants and tree guards.$8,000
ExpensesBailey House, Inc.Funds will support the 24/7 services provided at Bailey-Holt House (BHH), the nation’s first congregate residence for people with AIDS.$7,500
ExpensesClass Size MattersFunding to support operating expenses including consumable supplies, printing costs, utilities, and other programming costs.$7,500
ExpensesGay Men’s Health Crisis, Inc. – Buddy ProgramFunding to support the “Buddy Program,” which provides emotional support and engagement to people living with HIV/AIDS.$7,500
ExpensesJoyce Theater Foundation, Inc.Funding to support expenses associated with the JoycePass program; offering heavily discounted tickets to performances at the Joyce Theater.$7,500
ExpensesSay Ah!, Inc.Funds to train staff and volunteers at senior centers in Council District 3.$7,500
ExpensesServices And Advocacy For Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual And Transgender Elders, Inc.Funding to support the SAGE Center; providing access to services, benefits counseling, legal and financial planning, educational offerings, health and wellness programs, support groups and congregate meals.$7,500
ExpensesDances for a Variable Population, Inc. – Senior Dance & Community Cultural InitiativeTo fund citywide Senior Dance and Community Cultural Initiative taking place in four boroughs and eleven Council Districts, including Council District 3.$7,000
ExpensesGreenwich Village Society for Historic PreservationFunds will support educational programming and activities for the community.$7,000
ExpensesNew Alternatives for Children, Inc.Funding to support the expansion and enhancement of increased access to healthcare with an emphasis on outreach to child welfare in communities, specifically to children and young adults with medical fragility.$7,000
ExpensesJudson Memorial Church, Inc.Funds will be used to support Quarterly Events, including subcontracting web designer and sending physical mailer.$6,000
Expenses42nd Street Workshop – New Play DevelopmentFunding to support costs associated with New Play Development programming and activities, including provision of low-cost/no-cost tickets to students, seniors and general public.$5,000
Expenses52nd Street Project, Inc., TheTo support The 52nd Street project’s theatrical and academic mentoring programs.$5,000
ExpensesActors Fund of America, The – Seniors Advisory CommitteeFunding to support the operational costs associated with the Actors Fund for Seniors Advisory Committee.$5,000
ExpensesAIDS Service Center of Lower Manhattan, Inc.Funding to support End the Epidemic project list to continue supporting the Alliance’s HIV Prevention Network.$5,000
ExpensesAlliance of Resident Theatres/New York, Inc.Funding to support programming expenses with an emphasis on three new initiatives addressing equity and access for under-represented artists and audiences.$5,000
ExpensesAnimal Care and Control of New York City – Surrender Prevention ProgramFunding to support the Surrender Prevention program which provides residents with free one-on-one education and resources.$5,000
ExpensesBallet Hispánico of New York, Inc.Funding to support performances in schools by dancers of BHdos, Ballet Hispánico’s second company of eight pre-professional dancers.$5,000
ExpensesChelsea Film Festival, Inc.Funding to help support expenses related to presenting the 9th year of the film festival.$5,000
ExpensesChildren’s Museum of the Arts, Inc. – Accessible Arts ProgramFunding to support Accessible Arts program, which provides free or reduced-price entrance to the museum and off-site arts education programs.$5,000
ExpensesDoor – A Center of Alternatives, Inc., TheFunding to support Runaway and Homeless Youth programs and services.$5,000
ExpensesFilm Forum, Inc.Funding to support reduced-price memberships and tickets for New York City’s high school and college students via student membership program.$5,000
ExpensesFriends of Hudson River Park, Inc.Funding to support educational programming and activities for schools and organizations in Council District 3.$5,000
ExpensesGilda’s Club New York CityFunding to support Gilda’s Club NYC’s Spanish/English bilingual educational programs, support groups, lectures and workshops.$5,000
ExpensesGreenwich House, Inc. – Mental Health ServicesFunding to support mental health services and treatments for youth, homeless and immigrant populations.$5,000
ExpensesGreenwich Village Film Festival, Inc.Funding to support operational expenses associated with providing film festival including venue costs, staffing, advertisement/promotion, ticketing and awards. Funding to also support workshops and lectures.$5,000
ExpensesJewish Association for Services for the Aged (JASA) – Institute for Senior Action (IFSA)Funding to support JASA’s Institute for Senior Action (IFSA), which provides advocacy workshops.$5,000
ExpensesJewish Museum – Public School 51MTo support ArtPartners programming at Public School 51M.$5,000
ExpensesKids Creative 404, Inc. – Public School 11MFunding to support KC after school programming, including arts classes and High School Apprenticeship program at Public School 11M.$5,000
ExpensesLegal Aid Society – Civil Legal Services – Council District 3Funding to support Civil Legal Services in Council District 3, including housing, foreclosure prevention, homeless rights, government benefits, health, employment, low- wage worker, and immigration.$5,000
ExpensesLoco-Motion Dance Theatre for Children, Inc.To help fund dance classes for boys and girls ages 5 – 17.$5,000
ExpensesManhattan Legal ServicesFunding to support general operating expenses associated with providing legal assistance/representation including staff support.$5,000
ExpensesMCCNY Charities, Inc.Funds will be used to support the position of client services assistant who runs drop-in program.$5,000
ExpensesMedicare Rights Center, Inc. – Education & Enrollment Town Hall – Council District 3Funding to support a Medicare Education and Enrollment Town Hall in Council District 3.$5,000
ExpensesMelodia Women’s Choir of NYC, Inc.Funding to support concert series, featuring a wide variety of rarely heard women’s choral music including world premiere works by women composers, and to support free and affordable tickets.$5,000
ExpensesNew Dramatists, Inc.To help support the New Dramatists Playwrights Lab, including the extended workshops and playwright/theater partnerships.$5,000
ExpensesNew York City Community Chorus at Holy ApostlesFunding to provide free choral training and free public concerts, featuring the Chorus and guest artists.$5,000
ExpensesNew York City Urban Debate League, Inc.Funding to provide programmatic and operational support to debate education programs year-round in Council District 3.$5,000
ExpensesNew York Live Arts, Inc.Funding to support program-related expenses for presenting the 2021/2022 season of dance and movement-based artistry.$5,000
ExpensesOlder Adults Technology Services (OATS), Inc.The requested funds will be used to support core program services.$5,000
ExpensesPlaywrights Horizons, Inc. – Arts Access ProgramFunding to support Arts Access programming.$5,000
ExpensesRauschenbusch Metro Ministries, Inc.To help fund general operations for free after-school program for students in Hell’s Kitchen.$5,000
ExpensesRosie’s Theater Kids, Inc.Funding to support the PS Broadway and ACTE II (A Commitment to Excellence) programs.$5,000
ExpensesRyan/Chelsea-Clinton Community Health CenterFunding to support flu vaccines.$5,000
ExpensesSecond Stage Theatre, Inc.Funding to support the expenses associated with providing Free Student Matinees.$5,000
ExpensesSignature Theatre Company, Inc.Funding to support operational expenses associate with the Signature Ticket Initiative, an initiative that provides heavily discounted tickets to individuals throughout NYC.$5,000
ExpensesStoryCorps, Inc. – Legacy InitiativeFunding to the Legacy Initiative enabling people with serious illness and their families an opportunity to record, preserve, and share the stories of their lives.$5,000
ExpensesTransgender Legal Defense and Education Fund, Inc. – Community Education Initiative & Name Change ProjectFunding to support programming including the Community Education Initiative and The Name Change Project to further empower the transgender and non-binary communities.$5,000
ExpensesTransportation Alternatives, Inc.Funding to help support FSS’s community-based, multilingual direct services to traffic crash victims and their families.$5,000
ExpensesVISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually ImpairedFunding to support a Benefits Enrollment Facilitator; aiding enrollment in Medicaid and other Government Sponsored Health Insurance programs, and help clients resolve problems related to benefits and health insurance coverage.$5,000
ExpensesYoung People’s Chorus of New York City, Inc.Funding to support music programming and education in Council District 3.$5,000
ExpensesVISIONS/Services for the Blind and Visually ImpairedSupport food pantry operations.$4,250
ExpensesChashama Arts, Inc.Funds will be used to transform empty storefronts into vibrant hubs of presentation and work space for artists of all genres in Council District 3.$4,000
ExpensesArs Nova Theater I, Inc. – Greenwich House NightFunding to support Greenwich House Night.$3,500
ExpensesChess-in-the-Schools, Inc.Funding to support chess programming and activities including classroom, after-school and teacher training.$3,500
ExpensesClinton Housing Development Company, Inc.To help support tenant groups and tenant association workshops to help address housing repair issues and landlord/management issues.$3,500
ExpensesHistoric Districts Council, Inc.Funds will support staffing and other expenses associated with the Historic Districts Council’s educational programs.$3,500
ExpensesNew 42nd Street, Inc., TheFunds will be used to subsidize tickets to New Victory school-time performances.$3,500
ExpensesNew Festival, Inc., TheTo help support annual LGBTQ Film Festival in Council District 3.$3,500
ExpensesNew York City Housing Authority – Elliott-Chelsea HousesFunding to support Family Day.$3,500
ExpensesNew York City Housing Authority – Robert Fulton HousesFunding to support Family Day.$3,500
ExpensesCarnegie Hall Corporation, The – Council District 3Funding to support broadened musical engagement opportunities by Ensemble Connect fellows at multiple community centers and social service organizations in Council District 3.$3,000
ExpensesHudson River Community Sailing, Inc.To support Sail Academy and affordable sailing activities for youth in Council District 3.$3,000
ExpensesPrimary Stages Company, Inc.Funding to support the expenses associated with providing free matinees to New York City public high school students.$3,000
ExpensesRoundabout Theatre Company, Inc.Funding to support operating and programming expenses associated with educational services and activities.$3,000
ExpensesVocal Ease, Inc.Funding to support general operating expenses including staff support.$3,000

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  1. Thanks for this Wonderful list. It is so nice to see Corey and the city giving some support to so many of the wonderful Hell’s Kitchen arts groups, venues and social services. These are some of the organizations and places that make Hell’s Kitchen such a special place in the hear and pulse of New York City. Thanks to 42WST and Phil for the constant support and information for our area!

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