2013 Roosevelt Island Public Purpose Funds Allocation Process Underway - RIRA Interviewing 13 Applicants With $254 Thousand In Requests And Budget Of $100 Thousand
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Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) Public Purpose Funds (PPF) Committee Chair Dave Evans provides this report on the 2013 allocation process. According to Mr. Evans:
To date, we have interviewed 9 of the 13 applicants.As previously reported, here's how the Public Purpose Funds process works:
We plan to complete the interviews on 26 Feb.
Of the 13 applicants, 3 did not request funds last year.
We plan to submit the PPF Subcommittee recommendations to RIRA-CC during the 6 March meeting.
Total funds requested: $254210. Total funds available: $100000.
RIDA @ $10500
PTA @ $32000
IDig2Learn @ $10500
Historical Society @ $22000
Chamber of Commerce @ $10000
RI Day Nursery @ $35000
RISA @ $20000
Roosevelt Landing Residents Association @ $5000
RI Community Literary Association @ $20000
Life Frames, Inc. @ $25360
R&R Concerts @ $14850
RIVAA @ $30000
Island Kids @ $19000
... The Roosevelt Island Residents Association (RIRA) has been delegated by RIOC to make recommendations to the RIOC Board for the allocation of available Public Purpose Funds. RIRA created a Public Purpose Funds Committee that will interview and evaluate the applicant organizations and then make recommendations as to how the funds get distributed to the full RIRA Common Council. Upon approval by the RIRA Common Council, the recommendations are forwarded to the RIOC Board for approval. The total amount of Public Purpose Funds available is $100 Thousand to be allocated among the recommended Roosevelt Island organizations....More on the Roosevelt Island Public Purpose Funds from previous posts.