It’s common to see adults with visual or physical impairments engaging in adaptive recreational activities, but there is often a lack of opportunity for youth—most notably on the sports field. The Upstate Foundation's "Blind Sport Expo" is changing that.
Interfaith Works has received $35,000 to assist low-income, older adults in the waning stages of the pandemic.
Nikki R. Jones is creating and trailblazing a path for black women in her community.
For Tamica Barnett, barbecues have the potential to uplift communities while creating a newfound sense of understanding and comradery.
"Data Dating" pairs non-profits together to better serve the communities they represent.
Dr. Robert J. Vitkus adored the outdoors, and Tomorrow's Neighborhood's Today seeks to continue his vision.
COVID-19 changed the way local artists interacted with their audiences. CNY Arts were committed to supporting them, and the valuable work that they contributed.
Central New York is bursting with creativity; Black Media Mogul Maker seeks to amplify its potential.
Central New York has been a victim of lead poisoning for decades. We hosted a community-wide event to discuss ways to address this destructive problem in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.