Help Bring In $25K To After School Program

Project MOST is competing for a grant from State Farm.

Project MOST, an after school program in East Hampton and Springs, is one of 200 finalists in a $25,000 grant competition, and you can help them win.

The State Farm Neighborhood Assist is a youth-led philanthropic program that gives out 40 grants to nonprofits each in the amount of $25,000.

"Project MOST is asking the community to come together to help the children and youth of East Hampton continue to have opportunity to grow and learn after school. Help the kids win this grant," Tim Bryden, the executive director, said. "Project MOST coincides with parents' work schedules and is regarded by parents as an invaluable resource and we provide employment for 35 of our high school and college youth."

Supporters may visit projectmost.com and vote everyday, up to 10 times per day, until April 22.

In recent years, Project MOST has suffered funding cuts to its program.

Will you be voting for Project MOST? Tell us why — perhaps it will encourage others to do the same.

Teresa Schurr April 05, 2013 at 01:00 PM
I just did my 10 Votes! Come on East Hampton we can do this!
rebecca April 09, 2013 at 02:45 PM
Click the link below and it will take you where you need to go. Project MOST is currently #39. You're vote will count to move us towards #1. Copy and paste link to browser or just click on it. https://www.state-assist.com/cause/2469/after-school-works
Dawn Brophy April 09, 2013 at 02:58 PM
We have a wonderful strong community that is more than capable of coming together for this local program that is child orientated. It is so easy to vote for After School Works on the State Farm site. Lets cone together and vote , vote, vote!!
Tim Bryden April 09, 2013 at 04:58 PM
many thanks to all for helping our community win this grant! We are in 38th place Need to be in top 40 on April 22 Spread the word
Dawn Brophy April 11, 2013 at 10:56 AM
Project Mosts - After School Works - is in the top 40 at the moment - but we need continue to need your votes! Keep it up Bonac and way to go!


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