Four projects are in the running to receive $150,000 to increase lead testing in Syracuse children.
Congratulations to our recently promoted Community Foundation staff members!
Applicants were invited to submit a ‘bright idea’ for enhancing their nonprofit and explain how that idea will help the organization to better serve its community.
The Women’s Fund will award $5,000 grants to support programs and ideas that aim to better serve women and girls in the Central New York community.
The Black Equity & Excellence Advisory Council is charged with reviewing grant proposals and making funding recommendations as well as identifying gaps and opportunities to create a more equitable and economically inclusive Central New York for the Black community.
A new agreement between Say Yes Syracuse and Onondaga Community College will help Syracuse City School District graduates who attend OCC with their housing costs.
A new grant opportunity is available to help nonprofit organizations enhance their efforts in diversity, equity, inclusion and action.
Proposals are encouraged from a variety of program areas, including education, health, social services, arts and culture, civics, and preservation of historic resources.
Two scholarships of $3,050 will be awarded and may be renewable annually for up to 4 years (or 5 years for engineering only), subject to the recipients’ continued full-time matriculation in their program of study and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher.
Over the past several months, the Community Foundation embarked on a journey of evaluation that will inform the development of our new five-year strategic plan, which will take us through our centennial year of service to the region. Studies conducted by The Center for Effective...