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A mobile unit is prepping to respond to a crisis for Oswego Behavioral Health.

OCCF is now accepting grant applications!

By working hard and being thoughtful with their spending, the pair had everything they needed while still maintaining a portion they could set aside for the charities that they care about.

Hear from Martin A. Schwab, Esq., Partner, Bond Schoeneck & King PLLC, on how he “pops the question.”

In this session, we featured advisors who spoke about philanthropy and the role that professional advisors play in their clients’ philanthropic endeavours. We: Discovered why advisors believe it’s important to bring up the topic of charitable giving Learned which stage you should bring up charitable...

Library assistant holds a fogging sanitizer.

“I love that today’s libraries have items that are a little out of the ordinary,” added Metzger. “Every library in our system has a unique thing: one library has a power tool selection for loaning, another has fishing poles and we have disc golf sets....

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The fight to end the generational poverty in our community is ongoing. Fortunately, there are a number of organizations and individuals in Central New York that are invested in this fight for poverty reduction. See how Catholic Charities of Onondaga County is doing just that.

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We were recently honored with Centerstate CEO's Nonprofit of the Year Award.

Collage of Community Leaders

This is not a time to celebrate, but to collaborate. We asked local leaders where the community can go from here to continue progress.

The Women’s Fund will award up to eight $5,000 grants to support programs and ideas that aim to better serve women and girls in the Central New York community.

Danielle Johnson and Jenny Green have been promoted!