CENTRAL NEW YORK IS WHERE YOU HAVE PUT DOWN ROOTS.
THIS COMMUNITY IS PART OF WHO YOU ARE.
YOU CAN GIVE BACK WITH A GIFT TO THE REGION’S FUTURE.

Over the next several years, many local dollars will be transferring from one generation to the next through estate gifts. Many of these assets will be designated to heirs who live outside our community, decreasing the flow of support that Central New York charities rely on.

You can help our local charities continue their impactful work by setting aside a portion of your assets, no matter the amount, for Central New York – where you have raised a family, made life-long friends and formed unforgettable memories. Because of your love for the community you call home, consider this opportunity to enrich its future by joining other community-minded families and exploring how you can do your part. Learn More

Giving Stories

Bob Vitkus stands outside
Stories April 5, 2022

Tomorrow's Neighborhood's Today in Action

Dr. Robert J. Vitkus adored the outdoors, and Tomorrow's Neighborhood's Today seeks to continue his ...

Stories January 31, 2022

Mayor Anthony Henninger | Syracuse Legend

Despite never attending college himself, his dedication to education and the improvement of local school ...

George Wortley
Publications January 20, 2022

From Newspaper Publisher to Congressman, George Wortley was a Man for the People

George listened to each constituent and valued their time. He appreciated talent whether it was ...

Publications December 9, 2021

The Bastable Family Collection

Giving Voice Fall 2021: Cover Story

Steve and Elaine Jacobs stand in front of the CNY Philanthropy Center.
Publications November 15, 2021

Steve and Elaine Jacobs: Giving from the Heart

“I realized that the people in this community were the same people who helped me ...

family standing at beach at sunset
Blogs July 19, 2021

Wealth Planning: Charitable Giving Across the Generations

Jan Lane, development officer, takes a look at the changing landscape of generational philanthropy.

Oneida Community Mansion House
Publications June 8, 2021

Lang and Nini Hatcher

“They were sensationally good parents,” Joe remarked. Lang and Nini will both be remembered fondly ...

Stories May 14, 2021

Ray and Linda Straub

By working hard and being thoughtful with their spending, the pair had everything they needed ...

Lee Gatta and Joe Redick
Publications February 16, 2021

Lee Gatta & Joe Reddick: Community Caregivers

Lee Gatta and her husband, Joe Reddick, feel blessed by the support they have received ...

Bob Vitkus stands outside
Stories April 5, 2022

Tomorrow's Neighborhood's Today in Action

Dr. Robert J. Vitkus adored the outdoors, and Tomorrow's Neighborhood's Today seeks to continue his ...

Stories January 31, 2022

Mayor Anthony Henninger | Syracuse Legend

Despite never attending college himself, his dedication to education and the improvement of local school ...

George Wortley
Publications January 20, 2022

From Newspaper Publisher to Congressman, George Wortley was a Man for the People

George listened to each constituent and valued their time. He appreciated talent whether it was ...

Publications December 9, 2021

The Bastable Family Collection

Giving Voice Fall 2021: Cover Story

Steve and Elaine Jacobs stand in front of the CNY Philanthropy Center.
Publications November 15, 2021

Steve and Elaine Jacobs: Giving from the Heart

“I realized that the people in this community were the same people who helped me ...

family standing at beach at sunset
Blogs July 19, 2021

Wealth Planning: Charitable Giving Across the Generations

Jan Lane, development officer, takes a look at the changing landscape of generational philanthropy.

Oneida Community Mansion House
Publications June 8, 2021

Lang and Nini Hatcher

“They were sensationally good parents,” Joe remarked. Lang and Nini will both be remembered fondly ...

Stories May 14, 2021

Ray and Linda Straub

By working hard and being thoughtful with their spending, the pair had everything they needed ...

Lee Gatta and Joe Redick
Publications February 16, 2021

Lee Gatta & Joe Reddick: Community Caregivers

Lee Gatta and her husband, Joe Reddick, feel blessed by the support they have received ...

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