• National Trust for Historic Preservation provided funds for emergency stabilization.
  • Heritage New York's Women's History Trail provided $5000 for initial stabilization.
  • New York State Council on the Arts Technical Assistance program provided a technical assistance grant.
  • Chace Fund of Philadelphia Yearly Meeting provided funds to help document the building with photographs and HABS- quality drawings.
  • many private donors have contributed funds.
  • many volunteers have been extraordinarily generous volunteer with their time, money, and resources, including
  • architectural services, web design, historical research, fund-raising, and land for a permanent site for the meetinghouse.
  • Eric Moon has created a CD called "Christmas in the Finger Lakes," which will be sold through branches of the Canandaigua National Bank, with half the proceeds to be given to the 1816 Farmington Meetinghouse project. The CD is available at the following branches: Bloomfield, Canandaigua Main St., Canandaigua Lakeshore Dr., Farmington, Honeoye, Shortsville-Manchester and Victor.

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