A $500,000 Program Related Investment (PRI) to Home HeadQuarters (HHQ) acted as a loan loss reserve to backstop first mortgages for new, first-time homebuyers in the city of Syracuse.
A $250,000 secondary capital loan is helping Cooperative Federal expand lending in the Syracuse community.
Pathfinder Bank tells us how a $500,000 deposit at their new Southwest Branch helped serve local residents who did not have easy access to a bank.
Juliet Maloff, senior communications officer, explains how we are shifting some of our storytelling to give more voice to the community.
Colby Cyrus, CAPM and Frank Ridzi, Ph.D. outline our analysis of how often New York State funding to local nonprofits is delayed. Significant delays can result in repercussions for an organization’s ability to carry out its mission.
A new heat map demonstrates the impact of our neighborhood investments so far through the LeadSafeCNY initiative.
Over $35,000 in grants will assist nonprofits serving the Village of Pulaski and the Town of Richland.
The Central New York Community Foundation recently distributed $1,127,321 in grants to local nonprofits.
Community Voices: Promoting Adaptive Recreation in CNY through the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor Challenge
Ashley Quimby-Simoni, program manager at the Erie Canalway National Heritage Corridor, shares how adding adaptive recreation along the Erie Canalway Trail is making it possible for people of all abilities to participate in the Canalway Challenge.
Runners-up of the Community Foundation's participatory budgeting project received LeadSafeCNY grants.