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Mike Evans

Supporting: Support the South East Area Coalition for South East Area Coalition, Inc.

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The South East Area Coalition has been advocating for the south east area neighborhoods and communities since 1958! 


Help me support this awesome organization today!


SEAC has funded a variety of grassroots and community projects such as:

  • Purchased gardening supplies for local agencies and community gardeners
  • Purchased public permits for local events
  • Purchased art supplies for community outreach and after-school programs
  • Purchased sponsorships for various associations and neighborhood organizations
  • Contributed to 490 Farms Urban Farm 501(c)3 Fundraiser
  • Purchased supplies for neighborhood clean ups and events
  • Contributed to funds for web design of Monroe Village Farmers Market
  • Created a Vocational Scholarship Program for youths in need at the Center of Youth.
  • Held anti-poverty drives, which gathered needed supplies for organizations.
  • Created the ROCing the Takeout initiative, supporting locally owned eateries.

Become a fundraiser for the South East Area Coalition!  


The South East Area Coalition, Inc. is a Neighborhood Preservation Company that promotes quality of life within Rochester’s south east area by connecting individuals and community partners to essential resources.  By supporting SEAC, your donations allow us to continue having a meaningful impact on our south east communities!

 

SEAC has assisted and provided funding for such neighborhood projects and organizations as:

  • Highland Park Conservancy
  • Landmark Society Partnership
  • Mount Hope World Singers
  • Blocks in Bloom
  • Wedge Waddle
  • Pearl Meigs Monroe Blessing Boxes
  • Healthi Kids
  • It’s a Wonderful Life in the Wedge
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension
  • Project Share
  • Park Avenue Historic District Project
  • Save Cobb’s Hill
  • Playful Sidewalks
  • ROC City Skate Park
  • 490 Farmers

SEAC has also funded a variety of grassroots and community projects:

  • Purchased gardening supplies for local agencies and community gardeners
  • Purchased public permits for local events
  • Purchased art supplies for community outreach and after-school programs
  • Purchased sponsorships for various associations and neighborhood organizations
  • Contribute to 490 Farms Urban Farm 501(c)3 Fundraiser
  • Purchased supplies for neighborhood clean ups and events
  • Contributed to funds for web design of Monroe Village Farmers Market
  • Created a Vocational Scholarship Program for youths in need at the Center of Youth.
  • Held anti-poverty drives, which gathered needed supplies for organizations.
  • Created the ROCing the Takeout initiative, supporting locally owned eateries.

How would you like to support?

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