Carey Institute for Global Good

The Stonecrop house

 One of the great strengths of the institute has always been the way it has drawn from the community.

The Carey Institute for Global Good is putting together an interactive telling of the Anti-Rent Wars in Rensselaerville, using theater, music, and re-enactment. The production will be bolstered by grant money received from the New York State Council of the Arts Decentralization Program. 

The Hilltowns Community Resource Center is on track to keep in-need residents well-stocked  for the time being, thanks to a donation from the Carey Institute totaling around $3,000 of food items, as well as the generosity of residents in Guilderland and Altamont, Program Coordinator Mary Beth Peterson told The Enterprise.

RENSSELAERVILLE — The Carey Institute for Global Good’s Helderberg Brewery has partnered with Discover Albany to offer an agritourism series called “Hilltowns Alive,” with several events slated through Columbus Day.

RENSSELAERVILLE — A $10,000 grant to the town of Rensselaerville and the not-for-profit Carey Institute for Global Good is to help connect the rural Hilltowns with surrounding cities.

RENSSELAERVILLE — An 18th-Century Greek Revival home in the center of the Rensselaerville hamlet is for sale for $695,000 — with the proceeds to be donated to the Carey Institute for Global Good, a not-for-profit organization just down the road, which, according to its mission statement, is “dedicated to building a strong, educated and

RENSSELAERVILLE — The Logan Nonfiction Program is accepting applications — on the Carey Institute’s website — until June 15 for the fall 2018 fellowship taking place October through December at the Carey Institute for Global Good.

RENSSELAERVILLE — The Carey Institute for Global Good received a pledge from an anonymous local citizen to match up to $10,000 in donations raised for the High Peaks Music Festival. The challenge takes place between now and Sunday, Aug. 13.

The Carey Institute in Rensselaerville raises money to continue the legacy of Linda and Lynda, two women who have devoted their lives to education.

A two-year-old nonfiction residency program at the Carey Institute for Global Good has received long-term support in the form of a Logan Family Foundation grant.


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