Appropriations Obtained

Below is a list of grants and federal funding that Congresswoman Maloney brought home to New York prior to 2011, when Republican changes were made to the appropriations process. 

For Fiscal Year 2010:

  • $300,000 Carnegie Hall, Music education programs
  • $600,000 The Doe Fund, Inc., Ready, Willing & Able program
  • $500,000 Franklin D. Roosevelt Four Freedoms Park, Federal funding will be applied to construction of the Franklin D. Roosevelt  Four Freedoms Park on Roosevelt Island in Manhattan.
  • $305,875 Girl Scouts of the USA for a national program to improve financial literacy
  • $75,000 Hunter College for the Roosevelt House Institute Public Policy Institute, Financial Literacy Project   
  • $30,000 Isamue Noguchi Foundation and Garden Museum Long Island City, NY for conservation projects
  • $75,000 Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Foundation Small business training and assistance related to international opportunities              
  • $400,000 Marymount Manhattan College Academic programs at the Geraldine Ferraro Center for Educational Excellence in Science, Technology, and Math
  • $500,000 The Metropolitan Museum of Art Clinical Facilities Expansion and Modernization Project   
  • $350,000 Museum of the City of New York Children’s Center Out of School Time Programs
  • $200,000 New York City Outward Bound Center, Inc. NYC Outward Bound program in Long Island City, Queens
  • $150,000 New York Eye and Ear Infirmary Facilities and equipment for ophthalmology and otolaryngology surgery
  • $1,000,000 The New York and Presbyterian Hospital Linear Accelerator Cancer Research Project
  • $1,000,000 New York University Langone Medical Center For facilities and equipment at Columbus Medical in Reno Park, Queens            
  • $3,000,000 New York University School of Medicine Center of Excellence in Infectious Diseases and Human Microbiome
  • $3,000,000 Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN) Hotline services for victims of sexual violence and rape prevention programs
  • $197,182,000 Second Avenue Subway Phase I, New York, NY                  
  • $70,723,000 World Trade Center Provide screening and treatment for first response emergency services personnel, residents, students, and others related to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center      

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For Fiscal Year 2009:

  • $285,000 Aging in NY Fund, Inc./NYC Department for the Aging Continuing Care for the Alzheimer’s Patient in a Diverse Community
  • $143,000  American Ballet Theatre ABT II Arts Education Initiative
  • $68,780  Baruch College/CUNY The Field Center for Entrepreneurship
  • $2.56 million C9 Corporation Commercially Viable Si/C Power Semiconductors Using Superlattice Technology
  • $315,000 Carnegie Hall National Music Education Programs   
  • $95,000 The Child Center of NY Western Queens Head Start
  • $350,000 The Doe Fund’s Ready, Willing & Able program               
  • $68,780 Hunter College Project for Return and Opportunity in Veterans Education (PROVE)
  • $190,000 JBI International, Inc. Access to the Written Word for the Visually Impaired and Blind
  • $3.6 million L-3 Communications Sniper Training Systems
  • $176,000 Lighthouse International Mult-E-Skills: Expanding Workforce Capacity to Confront the Escalating Crisis of Vision Impairment Among Adults
  • $58,954 The Neil D. Levin Graduate Institute The Center for Competitive Response to Globalization
  • $400,000 Phoenix House Strengthening Specialized Treatment for Women in NYC
  • $200,000 Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network (RAINN)             
  • $951,500 SiGNa Chemistry, Inc. NaSi and Na-SG Hydrogen Fuel Storage and Delivery
  • $2.4 million Verdant Power Kinetic Hydropower System (KHPS) Turbine
  • $304,000 WMD Civil Support Team for NY State                   
  • $1.627 million WMD Civil Support Team for NY State                

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For Fiscal Year 2008:

  • $468,384, New York City Watershed
  • $492,000, CEC Stuyvesant Cove, Inc., Solar 2 – Green Energy, Arts & Education Center      
  • $215,189.40, Lower East Side Conservancy - Lower East Side Heritage and Visitors Center
  • $335,066.60, Marymount Manhattan College - Minority Teacher Recruitment Program
  • $167,042, The New York Center for Children
  • $143,459.60, American Ballet Theatre - Studio Company Arts Education Initiative
  • $383,214, Carnegie Hall - National Music Education Programs
  • $258,500, 92nd Street Y - Advancing and Inspiring Learning - Education Outreach to Underserved Children and Adults Program
  • $164,500, CEC Stuyvesant Cove, Inc. - Solar One Programs for At-Risk Youth
  • $47,000, El Museo del Barrio Juvenile Justice After School Programs
  • $47,000, YMCA of Greater New York - Young Women’s Basketball League of the Long Island City YMCA and Vanderbilt YMCA
  • $47,000, New York University Child Study Center - ParentCorps
  • $564,000, The Doe Fund’s Ready, Willing & Able program           
  • $178,600, The American Ballet Theatre
  • $167,810,300, New York State Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) - Second Avenue Subway, Phase 1
  • $196,000, Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty - Expand and Enhance Affordable Housing Programs
  • $282,000, LAGUARDIA Community College - Emerging Designers Unit (EDU)                                                                    

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 For Fiscal Year 2007:

  • $1,800,000, L-3 Communications – Digital Deployed Training Campus (DDTC)
  • $1,000,000, New York University (NYU) School of Medicine’s Consortium on Preparedness
  • $600,000, Overseas Vote Foundation

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For Fiscal Year 2006:

  • $100,000, The American Ballet Theatre (ABT)
  • $1,000,000, The American Museum of Natural History
  • $100,000, Asphalt Green, Inc.– Recess Enhancement Program
  • $1,700,000, Beamhit – Digital Deployed Training Campus (DDTC)
  • $1,125,000, The Doe Fund’s Ready, Willing & Able program
  • $250,000, The Fortune Society
  • $100,000, The Frank Sinatra School of the Arts
  • $100,000, Marymount Manhattan College – Bedford Hills College Program
  • $75,000, Museum of Arts and Design
  • $150,000, Museum of the Moving Image
  • $2,000,000, New York University Center for Catasrophe Preparedness and Response
  • $1,000,000, New York University School of Medicine’s Consortium on Preparedness
  • $350,000, Project COPE
  • $800,000, Queens Plaza Rebuilding Project
  • $80,000, Queens Seawall
  • $25,000,000, Second Avenue Subway
  • $150,000, Sunnyside Community Services

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For Fiscal Year 2005:

  • $250,000, The American Ballet Theatre (ABT)
  • $100,000, American-Italian Cancer Foundation
  • $200,000, Beth Israel Medical Center (BIMC)
  • $1,450,000, Carnegie Hall Isaac Stern Education Legacy Program
  • $500,000, Center for Jewish History (digitization and preservation)
  • $50,000, City Parks Foundation
  • $750,000, The Doe Fund’s Ready, Willing & Able program
  • $150,000, The Fortune Society
  • $400,000, Hospital for Special Surgery Labor HHS
  • $1,000,000, Hospital for Special Surgery Labor HHS
  • $500,000, Hospital for Special Surgery Energy and Water
  • $1,300,000, John Brademas Center for the Study of Congress
  • $121,250, Lower East Side Tenement Museum
  • $475,000, Metropolitan Museum of Art
  • $340,000, Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens
  • $750,000, Mount Sinai Hospital of Queens
  • $200,000, New York Police Foundation's Project COPE
  • $1 million, New York University Medical Center’s Innovative Vaccine Program
  • $72,750, The Queens Library
  • $1 million, Queens Plaza Roadway Rebuilding Project
  • $275,000, East River Seawall, Queens County, NY
  • $250,000, Simon Wiesenthal Center’s New York Tolerance Center
  • $2.5 million, Second Avenue Subway
  • $2.5 M, Beamhit -- Digital Deployed Training Campus (DDTC)
  • $1M, SUNY Optometry -- Emergency Eye Care Program
  • $2.6 M, New York University -- Comparative Functional Genomics and Computational Sequencing initiative
  • $4M, Rapid Identification and Treatment for AFSOC Forces

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For Fiscal Year 2004:

  • $2,000,000, Second Avenue Subway
  • $750,000, Queens Plaza, Roadway Improvement Project
  • $100,000, Queens Seawall, funding for a survey design of wall
  • $215,000, Simon Wiesenthal Center, NY Tolerance Center, Tools for Tolerance
  • $100,000, YMCA - Vanderbilt, Long Island City, funding of Strong Sisters United
  • $500,000, Catholic Charities, Builders for Family and Youth, funding for YouthServe, Builders for the Family and Youth
  • $750,000, The Doe Fund, Ready, Willing & Able funding
  • $900,000, The Fortune Society, programs for children of incarcerated parents
  • $150,000, LaGuardia Community College, CUNY Business Incubator Network
  • $450,000, The Metropolitan Museum of Art -- restore and repair facade
  • $220,000, Museum of Modern Art, funding for education and research center
  • $450,000, New York Public Library, Map Division renovation and expansion
  • $500,000, New York University, Genomics to fund comparative functional genomics research
  • $2,100,000, Beamhit Digital Deployed Training Campus Fielding Programs -- Equipment

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For FY04 Supplemental Appropriations:

In the FY04 Emergency Supplemental Appropriations legislation, Congresswoman Maloney successfully included $60,000,000 for programs benefitting Afghan women and girls, and $5,000,000 for the Afghan Independent Human Rights Commission. [Public Law 108-106, signed November 6, 2003]

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For Fiscal Year 2003:

  • $2 million for the continued planning and construction of the Second Avenue Subway.
  • Working with the Queens delegation, especially Rep. Crowley, $500,000 for the Queens Plaza Roadway rebuilding project in Long Island City. The redesign plan will ultimately include more pedestrian space, new bike lanes, and improved traffic patterns along Queens Plaza.
  • The New York Delegation worked together to get $13.5 million for the East Side Access Project, connecting the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) to Grand Central Station.
  • Working with the Queens delegation, especially Mr. Crowley, $100,000 to fund the study and development of recommendations to repair the Queens Seawall along the East River.
  • $3.6 million for the continuation of the American Natural History Museum’s science and education partnership with NASA; $1 million in SBA funding.
  • $200,250 for expansion and renovations to the Museum of Modern Art’s Education and Research Center.
  • $450,000 for the New York University Genomics Project, to fund comparative functional genomics research.
  • A delegation-lead project, $7 million for the Center on Catastrophe Preparedness and Response at New York University, to support counter-terrorism activities.
  • $250,000 for NYU’s Dental Clinics primarily serving the City’s underserved, to help renovate and equip the clinics and labs.
  • $90,000 for the Rusk Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine to aid in the construction of a Comprehensive Stroke and Neurodegenerative Care Center.
  • $1.5 million for the creation of a new vaccine laboratory to combat prostate and other cancers.
  • $500,000 for the Mount Sinai Maternal-Child Care Center to help build newborn nurseries in the Maternity Unit.
  • $650,000 Metropolitan Museum of Art from the Save America’s Treasures fund.
  • $200,000 to Carnegie Hall in New York to complete construction of Carnegie Hall's Third Stage Project.
  • $4.15 million for Carnegie Hall’s Isaac Stern Education Legacy program to integrate distance learning and educational technology with music education programs.
  • $100,000 for the New York Academy of Medicine, an educational and research institute dedicated to enhancing the health of the public, to help expand their research facilities.
  • $1.5 million for the I Have a Dream Foundation to help at-risk students stay in school, and work toward and realize the goal of a college education.
  • $800,000 for the Fortune Society for programs to improve community safety in the boroughs of New York City.
  • $750,000 for the Doe Fund's Ready, Willing & Able program to provide formerly homeless men and women with criminal justice histories with rehabilitation, work opportunities, shelter and other supportive services.
  • $500,000 for the Thurgood Marshall Scholarship Fund for technology upgrades and capacity building activities at historically black colleges and universities.

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For Fiscal Year 2002:

  • $2 million for the Second Avenue subway.
  • The New York Delegation worked together to get $14.7 million for the East Side Access project, which will connect the Long Island Railroad (LIRR) to Grand Central Station.
  • $250,000 in funding for the Long Island City Links, a project that will lead to a comprehensive network of pedestrian, bicycle and transit connections between Long Island City residential and business areas and new parks, retail stores, and cultural institutions.
  • $500,000 for a New York University Medical Center study on the potential causes of high breast cancer rates on Manhattan's East Side, neighborhoods along the East River, and in Rockland County. Specifically, the study will investigate environmental factors that may be related to increased rates of breast cancer.
  • $220,000 for Museum of Modern Art’s Distance Learning Program.
  • $2.25 million for Carnegie Hall -- $250,000 supports Carnegie's Education Cultural Enrichment Program; $2 million in funding to support the Isaac Stern. Education Legacy. This initiative uses advanced communications technology to extend Carnegie Hall’s music education programs to students and teachers across the country.
  • $80,000 For the Variety Boys and Girls Club of Queens for a pregnancy prevention program for teenagers.
  • $50,000 for SHAREing and CAREing to provide cancer prevention and early detection education in Queens.
  • $250,000 for the Center for Jewish History.
  • $3.2 million for the development of the Volumetric Computed Tomography (VCT) scanner at New York Presbyterian/Cornell Medical and other institutions to prevent and treat lung cancer.
  • $1 million for the New York University Medical School for their neuro-oncology program.
  • $1 million for the Hospital for Special Surgery’s National Center for Musculoskeletal Research.
  • $450,000 for the Mount Sinai Medical Center Maternity Unit to help renovate its antiquated facility and upgrade its equipment.
  • $3 million for UNICEF to help at risk children in Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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