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Six young people gather in front of mural at Boys & Girls Clubs

Colby Cyrus, CAPM and Frank Ridzi, Ph.D. examine the impact the CNYCF's Performance Management Learning Community has had on the local nonprofit sector and what next steps are needed to help organizations measure their effectiveness.

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Seventeen grants from our Black Equity & Excellence Fund totaling $240,000 were distributed to support Black-led nonprofit organizations and projects that counteract systemic racism.

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This is the first time Resilia’s cutting edge training has been offered in the Central New York community.

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Updated forecasts suggest that U.S. households will transfer more than $84 trillion over the next quarter century. For advisors, this transition continues to signal major planning opportunities as more baby boomers turn their attention to retirement and estate planning. But how will this impact us...

Minister Mark D. Muhammad, Ed.D. tells his personal story of struggles growing up in Syracuse and how serving as a member of the Black Equity & Excellence Fund Advisory Committee is helping him to make a difference.

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Per household, the average value of assets set to transfer over the next 10 years is $79,700, so an average gift of $4,000 from each household could make a significant difference!

The Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) is a refundable tax credit geared towards middle, and low-income adults, oftentimes with children. However, many individuals who are eligible to file inevitably don’t, as they assume they do not qualify. Layla’s Got You partnered with the Community Foundation...

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$50,000 in grants will assist nonprofits serving Onondaga, Oswego, and Cayuga counties

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Syracuse residents have an opportunity to help design and implement a project that will help their own community!

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Jeff Knauss gives because “it’s the right thing to do—period.” He strives to continue making a bigger impact in our community by contributing to its greater good.