Horizon Foundation
Grants Made in June 1999

Appalachian Mountain Club Shawn Delaney,
Director of Urban Programs
Boston, Massachusetts
One year grant of $15,000 to support the Youth Opportunities Program in order that disadvantaged youth gain wilderness experience with their youth workers.  The teens are offered the challenges of camping, hiking and canoeing.
Artworks Brian O'Leary,
Executive Director
Trenton, New Jersey
Completed two year grant  of $7,500 to support Learning Through Art, a multi-disciplinary arts program for elementary students focusing primarily on the visual arts, and incorporating performing arts, for a total of $17,500.
Biddeford Pool Land Trust Nancy Guignard,
President
Biddeford Pool, Maine
One year grant of $5,000 to support the purchase of endangered coastal lands for preservation.
Boston Symphony Orchestra Gerrit Petersen,
Assistant Director, Foundation & Government Support
Boston, Massachusetts
One year grant of $8,000 to support The Lawrence Youth Project, a music education and outreach program offering teacher training and enhanced music enrichment for inner-city youth of Lawrence, Massachusetts.
The Community Art Center, Inc. Susan Richards Scott,
Executive Director
Cambridge, Massachusetts
One year grant of $6,000 for the School-Age Child Care program, an art education program in the visual and performance fields, multi-cultural education and community service.
Community Foundation of Cape Cod John Conathan, II,
President
Yarmouthport, Massachusetts
One year grant of $5,000 to support the Community Foundation's 1999 Water Quality Project, which helps restore, protect and improve the waters and watersheds of Cape Cod and the Islands. 
Damariscotta Lake Watershed Association Al Railsback,
Executive Director
Newcastle, Maine
One year grant of $6,000 to expand the school-based education program to promote a better understanding of watershed and water quality protection.
DeCordova Museum Marie Nunn,
Assistant Director of Development
Lincoln, Massachusetts
One year grant of $8,000 for the Art Works for Schools program, a collaborative project with Harvard, Lincoln schools and a Cambridge school, to incorporate art across the entire school curriculum.
Discovery Museum Carol Antak,
Director of Development
Acton, Massachusetts
One year grant of $12,000 for the Sea of Clouds, Phase II program, a teaching exhibit which combines art, environmental education, experiential learning and teacher training.
Eagle Eye Anthony Sanchez,
Executive Director
Somerville, Massachusetts
Completed two year grant of $4,000 to support the Learn About the Forest and Learn About the Water environmental education programs for inner-city teens for a total of $8,000.
H.A.W.C. Margo Casey,
Executive Director
Salem, Massachusetts
One year grant of $5,000 for the Teen REACH Project, a prevention and awareness program for teens around the issues of date rape and teen dating violence using peer leaders.
Isles, Inc. Christopher Duffey,
Resource Development Coordinator
Trenton, New Jersey
Two year grant of $15,000 each year to support the Environmental Education Program (EEP), a hands-on environmental learning opportunity program for inner-city youth.
Massachusetts Audubon Society William Gette,
Executive Director
Newburyport, Massachusetts
One year grant of $1,000 to support curriculum development and school access to the Joppa Flats Sanctuary.
Portland Trails Alix Hopkins,
Executive Director
Portland, Maine
One year grant of $15,000 to support the Portland Trails/Student Conservation Association collaborative program with L.L. Bean and the city of Portland to complete a multi-use trail that will connect Portland with the White Mountains.
Primary Source Monte Pearson,
Director of Development
Watertown, Massachusetts
One year grant of $8,000 to support the Black Yankees, New England's Hidden Roots:  Intellectual Traditions and the Evolution of Community, 1750-1910 , a ten day teaching seminar on Black History for educators in grades 5-12.
Quebec Labrador Foundation Larry Morris,
Executive Director
Ipswich, Massachusetts
Completed two year grant of $10,000  to support two Building a Sense of Place projects in Franklin County, Maine:  the research and development of creating a bike path and environmental education learning sites along the Carrabassett River Valley, for a total of $22,000.   
Salem Harbor Community Development Corporation Laura Buxbaum,
Assistant Executive Director
Salem, Massachusetts
One year grant of $6,000 to support Jovenes en Accion/Youth-in-Action program, a multi-faceted arts based leadership development program for Latino adolescents in partnership with Salem Access Television.
Save the Harbor, Save the Bay Beth Nicholson,
Chairperson
Boston, Massachusetts
One year grant of $5,000 to support positions for youth from Middlesex County, Massachusetts in the 1999 Harbor Visions Crew environmental education and youth leadership program.
Summerbridge Eleanora Holley,
Co-Director
Cambridge, Massachusetts
One year grant of $9,000 for the Community Service Learning project, a summer-long service learning project that offers courses in environmental education, HIV education, oral history and literacy education.
Summer in Greater Lawrence Betty Beland,
Director of the Stevens Foundations
Lawrence, Massachusetts
One year grant of $1,000 to support the coordinated summer process that funds youth programs throughout Greater Lawrence, Massachusetts.
Stony Brook-Millstone Watershed Association George Hawkins,
Executive Director
Pennington, NJ 
One year grant  of $3,500 to support Building Environmental Education Solutions (BEES), an internet-based environmental curriculum designed to build environmental issues into school class work.
Three Bays Preservation Lindsey Counsell,
Executive Director
Osterville, Massachusetts
One year grant of $6,000 to support the Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Project to determine the health of the ecosystems in the Massachusetts Bay area.
The Wang Center Victoria Walsh,
Director of Foundation Support
Boston, Massachusetts
One year grant of $8,000 to support the Young at Arts Performance Workshops, which provide teacher training and enhanced art experiences for inner-city youth in Essex and Middlesex Counties, Massachusetts.
YMCA Earth Service Corps Patty Hession,
Regional Resource Director
Boston, Massachusetts
One year grant of $10,000 to develop Middlesex County, Massachusetts Youth Earth Service Corps programs, which incorporates community service, diversity, job exposure, leadership training, scientific exploration of environmental issues, and replicability.
Central Lincoln County YMCA Wayne Plummer,
Executive Director
Damariscotta, Maine
Completed two year grant of $15,000 to support the Maine Experience Outdoor/ Service program, a youth-led environmental learning program, for a total of $22,000.