In this session, we featured advisors who spoke about philanthropy and the role that professional advisors play in their clients’ philanthropic endeavours. We: Discovered why advisors believe it’s important to bring up the topic of charitable giving Learned which stage you should bring up charitable...
“I love that today’s libraries have items that are a little out of the ordinary,” added Metzger. “Every library in our system has a unique thing: one library has a power tool selection for loaning, another has fishing poles and we have disc golf sets....
The fight to end the generational poverty in our community is ongoing. Fortunately, there are a number of organizations and individuals in Central New York that are invested in this fight for poverty reduction. See how Catholic Charities of Onondaga County is doing just that.
“I believe in the importance of holistic planning and the impact it has on my clients,” said Kevin. “The Community Foundation will meet people where they are.”
The Early Childhood Alliance (ECA) has an important mission: to build the brains of our youngest residents, babies.
In her role as a Certified Public Accountant, Madelyn Hornstein is often asked for charitable giving advice by her clients interested in establishing a private foundation. She always recommends the Community Foundation as an option to consider.
The Cayuga Community Fund anticipates awarding approximately $70,000 in grant funding this year.
Since inception, the Kilian Memorial Scholarship has awarded over $320,000 in total scholarship dollars to 39 local students.
From Black History to Black Renaissance: Two Syracuse Black-led Organizations Share Their Stories of Triumph and Struggle
For Black History Month, we chose to highlight two of our Black Equity & Excellence Fund grantees that were named after historical figures: The William Herbert Johnson Bar Association of CNY and the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company.
Hear from Grace Ghezzi, CPA/PFS/CFF, CFP®, CFE, AEP®, President & Financial Consultant, Grace B. Ghezzi Consulting, LLC., on how she “pops the question.”