Foster grandparents with children

"Data Dating" pairs non-profits together to better serve the communities they represent.

Bob Vitkus stands outside

Dr. Robert J. Vitkus adored the outdoors, and Tomorrow's Neighborhood's Today seeks to continue his vision.

COVID-19 changed the way local artists interacted with their audiences. CNY Arts were committed to supporting them, and the valuable work that they contributed.

Black Media Mogul Maker attendant

Central New York is bursting with creativity; Black Media Mogul Maker seeks to amplify its potential.

Betty and Ted Stark sit in their home

As Betty and Ted Stark believed, this trip had a deeper impact than just visiting a theme park.

Mercy Works volunteers loading boxes for COVID relief

A century ago, Cleveland banker Frederick Goff had a vision: pool the charitable resources of his community’s philanthropists into a single permanent endowment for the betterment of the city. That vision led to the formation of the Cleveland Foundation and a movement that has transformed...

The King Family Springdale Fund honors our family’s history and supports educational programs, the arts, our church and environmental projects.

hand holding growing money

Like some of your clients with their own personal investments, community foundations around the nation are looking for ways to maximize their resources to help the communities they serve beyond traditional investments. The Community Foundation began exploring opportunities in early 2019 for different investment strategies...

Corinthian Club members

Giving Voice Spring 2022: Donor Story

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Central New York has been a victim of lead poisoning for decades. We hosted a community-wide event to discuss ways to address this destructive problem in light of the COVID-19 pandemic.