Giving Back Along the Line is a community giving program developed to give back to the communities within the counties the Millennium Pipeline runs through. Requests for contributions from community organizations along the pipeline route should include how the funds will be used, date funds are required, location of the proposal, contact information and community benefit.
Toll-free Community Info Line: (877) 213-1944
Below, please find a sampling of the organizations Millennium has proudly supported.
Tanner’s PAWS Animal Shelter
Grace Lee Memorial Wesleyan Church and Catlin United Methodist Church
Foodbank of the Southern Tier
Senior Citizen’s Group, Food Pantry, and Park Pavilion Project
Town of Barton community center and the North Barton Grange
The Candor Food Pantry
The Spencer Fire Department and the Spencer Emergency Squads
The Tioga Center Fire Department
The Windsor Partnership and the Town of Windsor to benefit the youth, arts and historical society.
The Town of Kirkwood Youth Program.
The town of Sanford for community programs, youth programs and fire departments.
The Deposit State Theater and Wilson Children’s Center.
The Hancock Area Chamber of Commerce for their Christmas program.
Hancock Partners, Inc. 2016 Summer Concert Series
The Callicoon Volunteer Fire Department and the Hortonville Fire Department.
The Narrowsburg Fire Department.
The Hankins Fire Department.
The Highland Lake Volunteer Fire Department.
The Lake Huntington Fire Company and the Cochecton Volunteer Ambulance.
The Town of Lumberland Summer Youth Program and the Lumberland Volunteer Fire Department.
The Ramapo Valley Ambulance Corps. and the Tallman Fire Department.
The town of Deerpark for parks.
The Town of Warwick for youth programs.
The annual One Step at a Time walk for Lymphoma.
Wawayanda Town Park.