The combination of our leaseholders, comprised of some of our region’s largest philanthropic foundations and important community organizations, encourages collaboration and open dialogue on Central New York’s unique resources and needs. Interested in being a tenant?

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The Health Foundation is committed to improving the health care of the region’s people and communities. The Foundation collaborates with community partners to strengthen the health care system, bolster community supports, promote education and advocacy, and encourage individual behavior change.

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The primary purpose of the Greater Syracuse Land Bank is to return vacant, abandoned, underutilized, and tax-delinquent properties to productive use in ways that support the community’s long-range vision for its future

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The Human Services Leadership Council of Central New York is a membership organization and a coalition of leaders of nearly 60 human service not-for-profit agencies. The agencies deliver a broad range of services to people in Onondaga County, the Greater Syracuse Area and Central New York.

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The Junior League of Syracuse is an organization of women committed to promoting volunteerism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. The organization is a recognized leader for developing and supporting projects that provide programs for women, children and families.

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The NY Funders Alliance is committed to creating an environment of philanthropic collegiality where shared information and knowledge strengthen each individual member and in so doing, strengthen our collective philanthropy.

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The Onondaga Citizens League fosters informed public discourse by identifying and studying critical community issues affecting Central New York, developing recommendations for action, and communicating study findings to interested and affected groups.

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The Onondaga County Bar Association fosters professional growth and ethical practices in the field of law within Onondaga County. The Onondaga Bar Foundation serves as its philanthropic arm.

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Sage Upstate addresses the needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and questioning (LGBTQ) Central New Yorkers as they age by offering health and wellness programming, support groups, education, and social activities for LGBTQ people and allies.

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News & Stories

Central New York Community Foundation at Juneteenth Parade
News Releases August 15, 2022

Black Philanthropy Month | Juneteenth Inc. Receives $2,500 for Festival and Parade

Last month’s Juneteenth parade, a city-wide expression of pride, brought together the Black community in ...

Topics August 15, 2022

Black Philanthropy Month | Martikah S. Williams

"My hope is that more people are drawn to Central New York because of an ...

Blogs August 13, 2022

Reflections: Capturing Data to Improve our Equity Efforts

Monica Merante explains why we are capturing new data on our donors to help improve ...

Headshot of Marie Norkett
Blogs August 8, 2022

‘Popping The Question’ About Charitable Giving: Marie Norkett, CFP®

Hear from Marie Norkett, CFP®, Wealth Advisor, SageView Advisory Group, on how she “pops the ...

BPM - Gwen Webber-McLeod
Topics August 5, 2022

Black Philanthropy Month | Gwen Webber-McLeod

"I am obligated to be a leader and philanthropist who leverages every resource she has ...

Headshots of Lisa Alford and Martin Schwab
News Releases August 4, 2022

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS AND OFFICER

Lisa Dunn Alford, Executive Director, ACR Health and Martin A. Schwab, Trusts and Estates Tax ...

News Releases July 20, 2022

Community Foundation Partners with Resilia to Strengthen Nonprofits Serving Historically Excluded Communities

A new partnership between the Community Foundation and Resilia will support 25 organizations in the ...

Lead Free Kids New York at assembly
Publications July 19, 2022

Lead Free Kids New York Receives $25,000 to End Childhood Lead Poisoning

Central New York is home to various features to be proud of. However, it is ...

Children on the playground
Blogs July 13, 2022

North Syracuse Early Education Program Receives $30,000 for Inclusive Playground

For children who are eager to spend time with their friends but have physical impairments, ...

Central New York Community Foundation at Juneteenth Parade
News Releases August 15, 2022

Black Philanthropy Month | Juneteenth Inc. Receives $2,500 for Festival and Parade

Last month’s Juneteenth parade, a city-wide expression of pride, brought together the Black community in ...

Topics August 15, 2022

Black Philanthropy Month | Martikah S. Williams

"My hope is that more people are drawn to Central New York because of an ...

Blogs August 13, 2022

Reflections: Capturing Data to Improve our Equity Efforts

Monica Merante explains why we are capturing new data on our donors to help improve ...

Headshot of Marie Norkett
Blogs August 8, 2022

‘Popping The Question’ About Charitable Giving: Marie Norkett, CFP®

Hear from Marie Norkett, CFP®, Wealth Advisor, SageView Advisory Group, on how she “pops the ...

BPM - Gwen Webber-McLeod
Topics August 5, 2022

Black Philanthropy Month | Gwen Webber-McLeod

"I am obligated to be a leader and philanthropist who leverages every resource she has ...

Headshots of Lisa Alford and Martin Schwab
News Releases August 4, 2022

COMMUNITY FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES NEW BOARD MEMBERS AND OFFICER

Lisa Dunn Alford, Executive Director, ACR Health and Martin A. Schwab, Trusts and Estates Tax ...

News Releases July 20, 2022

Community Foundation Partners with Resilia to Strengthen Nonprofits Serving Historically Excluded Communities

A new partnership between the Community Foundation and Resilia will support 25 organizations in the ...

Lead Free Kids New York at assembly
Publications July 19, 2022

Lead Free Kids New York Receives $25,000 to End Childhood Lead Poisoning

Central New York is home to various features to be proud of. However, it is ...

Children on the playground
Blogs July 13, 2022

North Syracuse Early Education Program Receives $30,000 for Inclusive Playground

For children who are eager to spend time with their friends but have physical impairments, ...

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