Studies based on federal census data have helped shine a light in recent years on Syracuse’s high poverty rates.
The Central New York Community Foundation is awarding a $15,000 grant to Interfaith Works to promote completion of the 2020 Census with New Americans and seniors, two populations that are notoriously undercounted in the decennial count.
The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund recently awarded $28,376 in grants to nonprofit organizations serving the greater Pulaski area.
The STEHP program provides people facing eviction with the resources to stay in their home while the Transitional Housing program provides families with short-term and long-term housing assistance necessities.
The Cayuga Community Fund, awarded $73,050 to 24 nonprofit organizations that serve residents of Cayuga County.
The Central New York Community Foundation has hired two employees.
The Central New York Community Foundation board of directors elected three new members and appointed new officers.
UPSTAR Academy, an organization that provides mentoring, educational tutoring, and athletic training to adolescent males.
The New York State Census Equity Fund today announced its first round of grants totaling more than $500,000 to six organizations to help support efforts across the state to reach hard-to-count communities in the 2020 Census.
WHOLE ME recently received a $35,900 grant from the Central New York Community Foundation to expand its afterschool program to accommodate more children who are deaf or hard of hearing.