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An anonymous donor recently left a $2.2 million gift to the Central New York Community Foundation upon her passing.

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A total of $685,925 in grants made to 24 nonprofits in Madison & Onondaga counties.

Susan Furtney

On June 17, 2020, the Central New York Community Foundation board of directors elected three new members and appointed a new officer.

Beginning July 1, the Central New York Community Foundation will assume the governance of Say Yes scholarships and personnel from Say Yes to Education, Inc.

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Central New York Community Foundation is committing to invest a minimum of $1 million over the next few years through a new Black Equity & Excellence funding priority.

In response to needs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the John Ben Snow Memorial Trust donated $10,000 to the Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund.

Bob and Toni are fundholders at the Community Foundation and Bob is a former board member. Bob is a fifth-generation Syracusan with deep roots in the philanthropic and business community.

WHOLE ME connecting with its students over Zoom.

WHOLE ME provides mentoring, literacy, transitional life skills training, early intervention, advocacy, and rights awareness programs for deaf and hard of hearing children, adolescents, young adults, and their families.

Dana Fiel

The Central New York Community Foundation announces a new hire and promotion news.

Stacks of donated diapers and pull-ups in the Samaritan Center.

Even before Onondaga County reported its first verified case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, the region was reacting to the global health crisis.