Several non-profit agencies will receive the same amount of funding as last year from the city of Crossville and Cumberland County. However, two new agencies which requested funds from the city will not be funded. One of those agencies also requested funds from the Cumberland County Commission and will not be funded.

Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency (UCHRA) requested $7,500 from both the city and county for its Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA ) program and both governmental bodies decided not to fund the program.

Last week Crossville City Council members listened to presentations from non-profit agencies from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. in one day. County commissioners on the budget committee joined the city at the end of the day and listened to presentations from eight groups which are jointly funded by the city and county.

City of Crossville funding for non-profit agencies for the 2011-'12 fiscal year budget includes:

Avalon Center — funded at $6,500 last year, will receive $6,000 this year as requested.

Creative Compassion — funded at $11,600 last year, will receive $4,800 this year as requested.

Cumberland County Drug Alliance (TAD Center) — funded at $5,000 last year, will receive $5,000 this year.

Cumberland County Playhouse — funded at $25,000 last year, will receive $25,000 this year.

Cumberland County Rescue Squad — funded at $9,000 last year, requested $11,000, but will receive $9,000 again this year.

Cumberland County Young Marines — funded at $1,000 last year and will receive $1,000 this year.

Cumberland County Youth Center — funded at $15,000 last year, will receive $15,000 this year.

Fair Park Senior Center — funded at $25,000 last year, will receive $25,000 this year.

Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce — funded at $86,000 last year, requested $100,000 this year, but will receive $50,000.

Habitat for Humanity — funded at $9,600 last year, requested $15,000 this year, but will be funded at $4,800.

Hilltoppers, Inc. — funded at $0 last year, requested $15,000 and will be funded at $15,000.

Hospice of Cumberland County — funded at $7,500 last year, requested $9,000, but will receive $7,500 this year.

Crossville-Cumberland County Animal Shelter — funded at $40,000 last year, requested $50,000 this year and will receive $50,000 this year. This is a joint venture with Cumberland County.

Imagination Library — $1,000 last year, no request made this year.

Kids on the Rise — funded at $1,200 last year, requested $2,000, but will receive $1,200 this year.

Senior Citizens of Cumberland County (127) — funded at $3,000 last year and will receive $3,000 this year.

Upper Cumberland Human Resource Agency (UCHRA) — funded at $6,296 last year and will receive $6,296 this year.

Victim Offender Reconciliation Program (VORP) — funded at $5,000 last year and will receive $5,000 this year.

Downtown Crossville, Inc. — funded at $10,000 last year, requested $20,000, but will receive $10,000 again this year.

Roane State Community College Mind Your Own Business Youth Camp — funded at $2,000 last year and will receive $2,000 this year.

Crossville Arts Council — funded at $4,335, no request made this year.

Crossville Youth Baseball and Softball — funded at $5,000 last and will receive $5,000 this year.

Crossville Recreational Youth Soccer Association — funded at $3,500 last year and will receive $3,500 this year.

Cumberland County Veterans Affairs — funded at $3,650 last year and will receive $3,650 this year.

Babe Ruth league — new this year. Requested $2,500 and will receive $2,500 this year.

UCHRA CASA — new this year. Requested $7,500, but will receive no funds this year.

Wyndridge Health and Rehab Center — new this year. Requested $20,000, but will receive no funds this year.

Cumberland County funding for non-profit agencies for the 2011-'12 fiscal year budget includes:

Crossville-Cumberland County Chamber of Commerce — funded at $41,461 last year and will receive $50,000 this year.

Cumberland County Rescue Squad — funded at $8,550 last year, requested $11,000 this year, but will receive $8,550 again this year.

Fair Park Senior Center — funded at $25,775 last year, requested $27,000, but will receive $25,775 again this year.

Cumberland County Youth Center — funded at $10,450 last year, requested $15,000, but will receive $10,450 again this year.

Cumberland County Young Marines — funded at $1,140 last year and will receive $1,200 this year.

Kids, Inc. — funded at $17,100 last year, no request made for this year.

Hilltoppers, Inc. — funded at $17,100 last year and will receive $17,100 this year.

Fairfield Glade Fire Department — received $0 last year, requested $25,000 this year, but will receive approximately $10,500 this year for the purchase of new radios, which will be purchased by the county.

UCHRA CASA — new this year. Requested $7,500, but will not receive any funds this year.

Upper Cumberland Development District — new this year. Requested $9,228 and will receive $9,228 this year.

UCHRA — funded at $13,020 last year and will receive $17,211 this year.

State planning — funded at $12,250 last year and will remain the same this year.

Tourism Task Force (Chamber) — funded at $28,500 last year, no request made and will receive $28,500 this year under Cumberland County Mayor's direction.

Cumberland County Plahouse — funded at $9,500 last year, no written request made this year, but a request of $20,000 was made to the county during the joint presentation. Will receive $9,500 again this year.

Homestead Tower Association — funded at $4,750 last year and will receive $4,750 again this year for costs associated with the annual Homesteads Apple Festival.

All funding for these agencies are subject to the approval of the full Crossville City Council and Cumberland County Commission during approval of their fiscal year 2011-'12 annual budgets. Funding amounts are subject to change if made during final budget approval.

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