A policy paper outlines our rationale for investing intentionally and publicly in the support and celebration of Black members of our community.
Sage's estate at the time of her death consisted of close to $50,000,000, almost all of which went to charity.
The Social & Economic Impacts of Supporting Black-Led Organizations: A Rationale for the Black Equity & Excellence Fund
First-Ever Grants Distributed from $10 Million Estate Gift to Support Local Outdoor Parks and Recreation
The Central New York Community Foundation recently distributed $301,000 in grants from the Dr. Robert J. Vitkus Fund; more than $1 million in additional grants distributed from other funds to local nonprofits.
Jan Lane, development officer, takes a look at the changing landscape of generational philanthropy.
The inaugural recipient of the Robert and Roberta Hurd Scholarship Fund, Wyatt recently packed up his Subaru with his girlfriend and headed to Seattle with their three hamsters, Tulip, Hotchie and Motchie, to start his career.
The shelter will provide a safe and affirming environment for LGBTQIA+ youth.
Announcing the promotion of Darrell Buckingham and our new hire, Elisia Gonzalez.
Peter Dunn leads us through how our efforts have been recognized in recent months by organizations for which we have much respect.
We provided The MOST with $17,250 to launch Future Innovators, an after-school program that brings together local Black STEM professionals and CNY youth.