The Cayuga Community Fund has announced its 2022 grant recipients.
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.
A new heat map demonstrates the impact of our neighborhood investments so far through the LeadSafeCNY initiative.
View Say Yes Syracuse's latest Report Card to see how we are doing.
Nikki R. Jones is creating and trailblazing a path for black women in her community.
We all deserve to be able to go about our daily lives feeling safe from harm. But the egregious violence and senseless loss of life witnessed in Buffalo this past weekend is a stark reminder that Black, Asian American/Pacific Islander, Latino and Native American community...
Nonprofit organizations [or other publicly supported organizations, such as churches, libraries, etc.] serving Oswego County residents may apply.
"Data Dating" pairs non-profits together to better serve the communities they represent.
Congratulations to our recently promoted Community Foundation staff members!
Two grants will help Syracuse students secure internships and mentors.