Giving Voice Fall 2019: Giving Matters
Several plans for a new museum were found in Helen Everson's home, suggesting that she may have hoped to see a new building erected during her lifetime.
She was an accomplished writer and authored several highly acclaimed research papers, often based on historical themes, including a paper on the history of Iroquois Wampum, as well as a general history of Onondaga County, both of which are still regularly referenced at the Onondaga...
In 1896, the Wieting Theater burned down for a 3rd time, and Mary re-built it again, making it bigger and better, turning it into the number one theater in Syracuse.
Gifford inherited just over $1,000,000 (equivalent to approximately $16,700,000 in today’s dollars).
Sage's estate at the time of her death consisted of close to $50,000,000, almost all of which went to charity.
UPSTAR Academy, an organization that provides mentoring, educational tutoring and athletic training to adolescent males, was started by Sean Reed Jr., Alexander Grant, and Erris Robinson.
UPSTAR Academy, an organization that provides mentoring, educational tutoring, and athletic training to adolescent males.
WHOLE ME recently received a $35,900 grant from the Central New York Community Foundation to expand its afterschool program to accommodate more children who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Giving Voice Spring 2019: Grantee Story