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In July, the Everson hosted Frank Buffalo Hyde’s first solo exhibit in New York State, created to dismantle stereotypes and invite audiences to re-think the portrayal of Indigenous people and culture in society and media.

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Hear from Julia Trivisonno, a Senior Vice President and Key Private Bank Market Leader, on how applying financial psychology is critical to a person’s money mindset and the behaviors that follow, especially with charitable giving considerations.

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The United Way of CNY recently used a $100,000 grant from our Literacy Initiative Fund to further local literacy efforts through support of the Literacy Coalition of Onondaga.

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Mike Nash, president at KS&R and Book Buddies Volunteer, shares how he saw the positive impact of Book Buddies after only a few month volunteering for the program.

Linda Verni Williams

When Linda Verni Williams first opened the Oneida Lakes Arts & Heritage Center (“the center”) in October 2021, she wasn’t sure anyone would show up. She had long dreamt of creating a central gathering place for artists and people of all ages to learn, share...

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Jacob Gedetsis, founder and director of Write Out and lecturer and coordinator of the Writing Resource Center at SUNY ESF, chronicles his transformative journey through The Leadership Classroom.

Debbie & Harvey Kliman

Giving Voice Winter 2024: Donor Story

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Learn how Jeff Knauss and his wife use their donor-advised to engage their children in their philanthropy by participating in the decision-making process around where they direct support and where they volunteer their time.

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Juliet Nabinger, employee benefits senior specialist at OneGroup and Book Buddies Volunteer, shares how her experience reading to children in the Syracuse City School District has become the best part of her week.

Family sits on porch of new home on Shuart Ave

A $500,000 Program Related Investment (PRI) to Home HeadQuarters (HHQ) acted as a loan loss reserve to backstop first mortgages for new, first-time homebuyers in the city of Syracuse.