Horizon Foundation
Grants Made in June 1998

Artworks Tricia Fagen,
Director
Trenton, New Jersey
Two year grant: June 1, 1998 for $10,000 and June 1, 1999, for $7,500. To be used for Learning Through Art program instructors and/or artists.
Central Lincoln County YMCA Wayne Plummer,
Executive Director
Lincoln, Maine
One year grant of $7,000. To be used primarily for planning purposes to further develop the Environmental/Service Learning project.
Corner House Mitchell Douglas,
Executive Director
Princeton, New Jersey
One year grant $16,500. to support Teen Alliance Project for training of peer leaders to deliver education and prevention information about substance abuse and related issues.
Eagle Eye Anthony Sanchez,
Director
Somerville, Massachusetts
Two year grant of $4,000. each year: June 1, 1998 and June 1, 1999, to support Learn About environmental education programs for inner-city teens.
Historic Morven Emily Croll,
Executive Director
Princeton, New Jersey
One year, $10,000. grant to support development of educational programs at Morven.
Maine Audubon Society William Hancock,
Environmental Centers Director
Falmouth, Maine
One year, $10,000. grant to support design and building of a moving estuary flowage model for Gilsland Farm Education Center.
Malden YMCA Frank Molis,
Director of Community Programs
Malden, Massachusetts
One year $15,000. grant to support on-going efforts of Malden Outreach Experience. Funds granted to YMCA must be used in conjunction with efforts generated at Malden Middle School: i.e. after school programs, trainings, and collaboration with school personnel.
Pemaquid Watershed Association Doris Balant,
Co-Chair, Earthways Environmental Education Program
Damariscotta, Maine
One year challenge grant of $5,000. to be matched and raised by board and other supporters for the Earthways Learning Sites for Young People environmental education project.
Quebec Labrador Foundation Larry Morris,
President & CEO
Ipswich, Massachusetts
Two year grant of $12,000. in year one and $5,000. in year two, to support two Building a Sense of Place projects in Franklin County, Maine: specifically Farmington and Kingfield. Funding will support internships, partnership efforts with Maine Mountain Counties Heritage Program, and research and development of creating a bike path and environmental education learning sites along the Carrabassett Valley.
RAW Art Works Mary Flannery,
Executive Director
Lynn, Massachusetts
One year $12,000. grant to support RawChiefs, youth mentoring and leadership program.
Waynflete Student Foundation Doug Malcolm,
Project Coordinator
Portland, Maine
One year $1,500. grant to WSF to support their initiative  for student directed grantmaking: Student Run Foundation for Greater Portland. Funds go to Maine Community Foundation in the name of WSF Fund, to be fully distributed to needy organizations in Greater Portland.
WEATOC Claradine Moore-Crowell,
President & CEO
Boston, Massachusetts
One year $5,000. grant to support the on-going efforts of WEATOC's Peer Educators in the prevention and resiliency fields, specifically for Essex or Middlesex counties young people.
Wenham Museum Julie Bishop,
Education Director
Wenham, Massachusetts
One year $12,000. grant to support Around the World with Miss Columbia project, specifically the development of a curriculum guide and project administration.
WhaleNet Michael Williamson,
Principal Investigator
South Hamilton, Massachusetts
One time $5,000. grant to provide stated computer equipment needs for Karen Smyth in order to design and implement grade-appropriate environmental education materials for elementary school students.
Young Audiences, New Jersey Kristin Golden,
Executive Director
Princeton, New Jersey
One time $10,000 grant to support the Ennis Beley Project for at-risk adolescents to spend a summer learning the art and business of photography.