More than twenty years ago, Mike and Elaine Crough identified a common challenge among social service employees – that a large number of those working below the executive level lacked opportunities for further training and advancement.
The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund successfully raised more than $14,000 in community contributions during its fall 2019 appeal.
The topic of lead poisoning has recently burst back into the scene in Central New York due to high-profile publicity and community action.
New York State Census Equity Fund Awards $1.4 Million to Community Organizations for 2020 Census Outreach
The New York State Census Equity Fund today announced its second round of grants, totaling $1,437,000, to 56 organizations to support efforts across the state to reach hard-to-count communities in the 2020 Census.
Central New York Community Foundation is making it easier for area nonprofits to analyze their programming in real-time.
The Central New York Community Foundation has hired one employee.
The Central New York Community Foundation has awarded its second round of LeadSafeCNY grants, totaling $342,500, to help address childhood lead poisoning in Syracuse.
Thirteen local nonprofit groups received grants totaling $28,600 from the Oswego County Community Foundation.
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.