Capital Projects

Winter 2020:
Thanks to the generosity of the Greater Saratoga Springs community, Shelters of Saratoga (SOS) will begin a much needed exterior improvement to the aging shelters on Walworth Street. The driveway and parking area will be replaced in Spring 2020 and the handicap ramp and front porch at 14 Walworth Street will be replaced. These improvements are part of an overall capital improvement plan which will provide much needed upgrades to both shelters. These projects will begin in 2020 and are expected to be completed in 2021.

Thank you to our generous donors:

Benefactor ($25,000+)

The Dake Family a fund of The Community Foundation
Lee Econ 2018 Revocable Trust

Sponsor ($10,000-$25,000)

Richard Higgins
Jaeger & Flynn
Kimberly Beth Kennedy Family Foundation
Cathy and Elliott Masie
Lisa and Ed Mitzen
Saratoga Foundation

Donor ($1,000-$5,000)

Tom and Dennie Bennett
Jay and Marla Carruthers
Marcy Dreimiller
Andrew Marsh
Kevin Pumiglia

Friend (up to $1,000)

Cecile Ayres
Frederick Baily
Tim Barr
Valerie Helene Bornstein
Lynn Bradley
Norah Brennan
Margaret Brennan
Dorothy Castaldo
Mary Comito
Sister Carla Commins
Robin Dalton
Martin Davis
Neil Edmonds
Nancy Fairbanks
Mary Gage
Kathryn Gallien
Dianna Goodwin
Karen Gregory
Peggy Grot
Cindy Harrington
Edward Harrington
Daniel Hartnett
Suzanne Haslup
Kendall Hicks
Donald Hines
Cathy & Tim Hoff
Steve Hovey
Douglas and Ruthie Karrel
Anthony and Rachael Krackeler
Paul Lambert
Ed and Janet Lidner
David Lombardo
Peggy Tayler-MacNeill
Louis Malikow
Tony and Peg Mangano
Donna Marino
Kevin Martin
Peter Maynard
Ruth McAdams
Kathy McNeice
Marika Murray
Sybil Newell
Lawrence H. Pohl Charitable Fund
AC Riley
Eric Rosenberg
Joseph Russo
Michelle Salcedo
David Salls
Tim Sarrantonio
Paul Scheffer
Thomas Siragusa
Edward and Karen Solomon
Mary Spinelli
Michael Stanton
Martha Strohl
Philip Wheeler
Lin Whittle
Stephen Wilcox
Debra Wood

June 2019:



If you’ve ever been to our shelters at 14 and 20 Walworth Street near downtown Saratoga Springs, you know that those spaces are in various states of wear. Our primary concern is the state of our exterior structures, as the driveway and parking area that services both shelters and our wood handicap ramp and front porch of 14 Walworth Street need rehabilitation.  These improvements will greatly enhance accessibility for participants, emergency service providers, volunteers, and the community as a whole. At the same time, it will make our property more inviting and more conducive to a productive, positive environment. This project not only improves accessibility for our clients but help us become better neighbors. This project is just the start of big plans we have to substantially renovate and improve both shelters. Your support of this phase of the project helps us secure grant funding for the proposed interior renovations slated for Spring 2020.

We still need YOUR help to launch the first phase of this project!

Will you make a donation today so we can ensure safe and accessible shelters for everyone staying and visiting our facilities! 
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June 2016

Thank you to our generous funders who helped us build a workforce development center and expanded food storage and walk-in freezer. 

Benefactor ($25,000+)

The Saratoga Foundation

Sponsor ($10,000-$25,000)

Anonymous Gift in honor of Lynn Bradley, Chair
Kennedy-Mulcahy Fund of the Ethel and W. George Kennedy Foundation
Rebuilding Together of Saratoga County
Troy Savings Bank Foundation
Windhover Foundation

Donor ($1,000-$5,000)

Adirondack Trust Company
Berkshire Bank
D.A. Collins
J.M. McDonald Foundation
KeyBank Foundation
Laura Chodos
McLean Construction
Stephan and Carolyn von Schenk

Friend (up to $1,000)

Bill McTygue
Charlie Morrison
Crawford Windows and Doors
Dr. Merodie Hancock
Drs. Kevin Pumiglia and Kathryn Leopold
Jeff and Bart Altamari
GE Elfun Fund
Cathy and Elliott Masie
Pallette Stone Corp
Patty Roberts
The Golub Foundation