See what impact Say Yes is making toward the future success of our young people.

Read a personal message from Melanie and view a video to learn what drives her passion for philanthropy and community collaboration.

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The bridge loan fund will help nonprofit organizations continue essential community services while awaiting the receipt of approved grant funding.

More than $3.1 million is now advancing housing, business development and lending through our local impact investing program.

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The LeadSafeCNY coalition will now be able to hire a coordinator thanks to a grant from the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation.

Today, we are pleased to announce the Community Foundation’s next leader.

The Community Foundation’s board of directors has approved the hiring of Melanie Littlejohn as our next president & CEO.

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State-of-the-art resources and one-on-one coaching are being offered to 17 organizations that are primarily serving socially, culturally and economically diverse residents.

"By supporting these organizations that are living by our belief in the fundamental value and dignity of all individuals as well as our equity values, we can provide immediate support to those being unfairly persecuted for their religion, race or nationality.”

Frank Ridzi tells us about a new racial equity section on CNY Vitals, our 'state of the community' website.