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Undesignated Temporary Financial Assistance

Programs that provide cash, vouchers or other forms of monetary aid for people in need of assistance and evaluate the individual's or family's need for the money on a case-by-case basis rather than having pre-established policies regarding the types of needs the dollars can be used to cover.

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Thru: Salvation Army Canandaigua

Must live in area served (Canandaigua, Farmington, Manchester-Shortsville).
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Salvation Army Canandaigua

110 Saltonstall Street
Canandaigua, NY

M-TH 9:00AM-1:00PM. Summer hours: TU&TH 11:00AM-1:00PM.

Thru: CERF+

Professional craft artists and folk​/traditional artists experiencing emergencies such as fire, flood, theft, or illness.

Thru: Catholic Charities Steuben/Livingston

Must meet income eligibility requirements.
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Catholic Charities of Livingston County

34 E State Street
Mount Morris, NY

Thru: Catholic Charities of the Finger Lakes

Demonstrate financial need. DSS paperwork is required that shows denial from DSS or a statement of immediate need.
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Auburn Office

134 Genesee Street
Auburn, NY

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Canandaigua Office

120 North Main Street
Suite 38
Canandaigua, NY

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Geneva Office

94 Exhange Street
Geneva, NY

Thru: Catholic Charities of Wayne County

Varies depending on program.
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Catholic Charities of Wayne County

180 E Union Street
Newark, NY

Call for information.

Thru: Wayne County Department of Social Services

Call for eligibility requirements.
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Wayne County Social Services Department

77 Water Street
Lyons, NY

M-F 9:00AM-5:00PM.

Thru: St. Vincent de Paul Society - Canandaigua

There is no income eligibility requirement, however a detailed accounting of all income sources and current expenditures is taken. The program aims to assist individuals with typically one-time and short-term issues. Otherwise individuals are referred to other organizations more capable of supporting longer term issues. The In Home Visitation Program only serves residents in Zip Codes 14424, 14425, 14443, and 14469.
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St. Vincent de Paul Society - Canandaigua

120 N Main Street
Canandaigua, NY

Thru: Livingston County Children's Protective Association

Must be a Livingston County resident with a child in the home. Call for more information.
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Livingston County Children's Protective Association

23 Pennsylvania Avenue
Avon, NY

Thru: American Red Cross of Greater Rochester

Active duty, National Guard, Veteran, Reservist and families.
American Sign Language, Spanish
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American Red Cross of Greater Rochester

825 John Street
West Henrietta, NY

Thru: Modest Needs Foundation

18 years of age or older.
Legal resident of the United States or Canada.
Applying for assistance either for self or for a person living in the household.
Household has at least one active bank account OR has filed a Federal Tax Return within in the past two years.
Access to personal email and Modest Needs website daily for the entire time that application is active.
Access a scanner or a fax machine to scan and upload or fax the documentation to support the application that Modest Needs will request during the grant application process.
If renting (rather than owning) a home, household must have a legal lease that the landlord and a member of the household both have signed. This lease must show the monthly cost of the rental, whether or not the applicant pays all of this amount themselves.
Household passes 'income' and 'employment' tests, which are explained in the application process.
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Modest Needs Foundation

33 Irving Place
FL 5
New York, NY

M-F 9:00AM - 3:00PM for toll free phone number.

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