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An important quality of Whole Me is that when a person who is deaf walks into their office, they will likely be met by an employee who is also deaf.

Woman holds baby up in the air

The Earned Income Tax Credit and Child Tax Credit help families with necessary expenses like household bills and food.

Hear from Madelyn H. Hornstein, CEO, Dermody, Burke & Brown, CPAs, LLC, on how she “pops the question.”

Steve and Elaine Jacobs stand in front of the CNY Philanthropy Center.

“I realized that the people in this community were the same people who helped me build the business and become financially successful, therefore I knew I needed to give back to the community that helped me so much.”

Family members prepare food around a kitchen counter

Two groups will partner to lead ‘Kitchen Table Talks’ with families who have been identified through our Life Needs Assessment tool as having been impacted by lead issues in their housing.

The Community Foundation launched the Black Equity & Excellence Fund in June of 2020 to support projects that encourage self-sufficiency and improve the physical and economic conditions that affect Black community members’ quality of life.

Frank Ridzi, vice president, community investment, reflects on how nonprofits can measure how effectively their programs are improving equity in our community.

Since completing his 35-year career at Welch Allyn, he has dedicated his time and resources to his growing family (grandchildren!) and improving the Central New York community.

Dr. James shared the Top 10 charitable planning strategies for financial advisors under the new tax law and the SECURE Act. Participants learned to help clients and grow their practice using charitable planning with special tips related to the new tax law.

“Day one you come in and you are paid even for your work on your health. Hope is how we all begin to fill that safety net.”