Partner Organizations

    A number of organizations have contributed to past efforts to restore the former Dutch Reformed Church.

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  City of Newburgh

The City of Newburgh owns the DRC and its grounds. The Restoration Committee worked closely on the restoration effort with the City.

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  National Park Service

As a National Historic Landmark, the DRC falls under the authority of National Park Service, which administers policy on historic landmarks on behalf of the Department of the Interior. NPS also administers grants and provides technical assistance. (For more on national historic preservation programs, see ).

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  NYS Office of Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation

As a historic property in New York, the DRC also comes under the jurisdiction of the New York State Office Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation. (Commissioner Bernadette Castro spoke at the dedication, and preservation officer Bill Krattinger wrote the Landmark application.)

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  Hudson River Valley Greenway

Newburgh and the DRC also fall within the National Heritage Area administered by the Hudson River Valley Greenway, an organization sponsored by New York State. Greenway was the recipient organization of the Save America's Treasures grant awarded for the DRC.

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  Preservation League of New York

The Preservation League of New York State, working together with the New York State Council of the Arts, awarded a $15,000 Preserve New York Grant to the Newburgh Preservation Association on Oct 29, 2002 – the largest of several awards in 2002.

  Netherland-America Foundation

The Netherland-America Foundation (New York) promotes cultural exchange between the U.S. and the Netherlands. NAF sponsored a serues benefit concert for the DRC from 2003 to 2005.

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  Hudson River Heritage

Hudson River Heritage (Rhinebeck, NY) is a nonprofit organization advocating historic and natural preservation in the mid Hudson Valley. In July 2003, HRH co-sponsored with the NPA a symposium and tour commemorating the 200th birthday of DRC architect A. J. Davis.
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  National Trust for Historic Preservation

The National Trust for Historic Preservation (Washington DC), a private nonprofit organization, provides leadership, education and advocacy to save America's historic places and revitalize communities. The Trust conducted a strategy workshop for the NPA in January 2003.