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 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.
The Central New York Community Foundation announces a new hire and promotion news.
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.
“Giving Back” has always been the culture at Hueber-Breuer, so it was a natural response to give during the COVID-19 pandemic call to action.
Steve and Elaine Jacobs are Community Foundation fundholders and Legacy Society members. Steve is a member of the Development Committee, which he previously chaired, and is a former member of the Community Foundation’s Board of Directors.
The Allen Speiser Memorial Vocational Rehabilitation Fund awarded $4,388 to local nonprofit projects meeting a vocational need for individuals with disabilities. The Speiser Fund is a component of the Central New York Community Foundation.
The Central New York Community Foundation awarded $60,000 in the third year of its Cortland County Bright Ideas grants to twelve nonprofit organizations.
The fund will rapidly deploy flexible resources in the form of one-time operating grants on a rolling basis to nonprofits whose operations support vulnerable populations stressed by the outbreak.
The Madison County Rural Poverty Fund announces it is supporting nonprofit organizations who are working with communities who have disproportionately impacted by coronavirus (COVID-19).