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The Anonymous #33 Fund was established by a generous couple from Madison County who wish to remain anonymous until their deaths. The couple f irst had the idea to establish a charitable fund after reading an article regarding a grant awarded to provide disaster relief...

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This fund was established to support human service work with a preference for organizations that serve the needs of the hungry or support refugees and/or arts and culture organizations.

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Since 1979, ARISE has provided opportunities so that people with disabilities can live freely and independently in the community. Everything they do is based on the independent living philosophy, the belief that people with disabilities have a right to self-determination — the freedom to make...

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Since 1979, ARISE has provided opportunities so that people with disabilities can live freely and independently in the community. Everything they do is based on the independent living philosophy, the belief that people with disabilities have a right to self-determination — the freedom to make...

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Valerie Armstrong always had a self-motivated nature. After studying for three years at UC Berkeley, she returned to complete her degree at University College many years later. She later received her master’s degree to become a math instructor at SUNY Institute of Technology in Utica....

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Sandy Martin set up this fund in memory of her mother when she passed away from Alzheimer’s disease in 2003. Donations to the fund will support individuals and their families to enable seniors with Alzheimer’s disease to remain at home for as long as possible.

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In memory of Susan Atseff, family and friends established this fund to construct and assure the ongoing maintenance of the pocket park at Salt Springs Road and East Genesee Street.

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