Christopher Emmet Hallowell Fund
The Christopher Emmet Hallowell (CEH) Fund is an endowment fund established to support families caring for severely ill children and young adults in the Adirondack region (Clinton, Essex & Franklin Counties) of New York State. The fund seeks to perpetuate Christopher's legacy by providing financial assistance to families for incidental and unexpected expenses while caring for a child or young adult with a severe illness, thus allowing family members to provide the same continuous love and support that so greatly impacted the quality of Christopher's life.
Grants typically range between $500-$2,500. For more background information and eligibility requirements for the fund, click here.
If you meet the eiligibility requirements and are ready to apply, please use our Online Grants Manager to apply.
If you or someone you know needs an application, but don't have access to a computer, call (518) 523-9904 or e-mail Andrea Grout for a paper application. Paper applications can be mailed to Adirondack Foundation, PO Box 288, Lake Placid, NY 12946 or sent via email.
For grant recipients of $600 and up, it is required to complete a form W-9.
The advisors of the Christopher Emmet Hallowell Fund and Adirondack Foundation are interested in hearing how the grant funds assist the families. A six month report is requested in order to learn how the funds were spent and the impact made. Recipients will be contacted via email to submit a Grantee Report through our Online Grants Manager.
Good things come in threes. We are glad to share three happy stories of children and families who have been helped by the generous donations to the Christopher Emmet Hallowell Fund.
Brock Marvin (Press Republican file photo)
In December of 2010, Brock Marvin, a strong young man from Elizabethtown, NY, finally underwent a heart transplant following a massive heart attack in 2008. To read an inspiring article about Brock and his fight against adversity, click here. Then, in December of 2011, only one short year later, Brock was nominated, then selected, as one of 12 finalists to recieve an Inspireum Soccer Award. Read more.
Molly Rascoe with her favorite nurse, Pat Delaney. (Photo by Julie Rascoe)
Molly Rascoe, then a senior at Westport Central School, underwent a successful kidney transplant in December 2010. Read an article about a fundraiser held for Molly before the transplant.
Camden Maneely, post-Heart transplant at Boston Children's Hospital. (Photo by Corey Maneely)
Camden Maneely, a 22-month-old boy from Malone recently had a heart transplant at Boston Children's Hospital, and he now has a new lease on life. Read the article.