For Tamica Barnett, barbecues have the potential to uplift communities while creating a newfound sense of understanding and comradery.
"Data Dating" pairs non-profits together to better serve the communities they represent.
Congratulations to our recently promoted Community Foundation staff members!
Two grants will help Syracuse students secure internships and mentors.
The Women’s Fund will award ten $5,000 grants to support programs and ideas that aim to better serve women and girls in the Central New York community.
Darrell Buckingham, program officer, explains how ending childhood lead poisoning also addresses racial equity.
Dr. Robert J. Vitkus adored the outdoors, and Tomorrow's Neighborhood's Today seeks to continue his vision.
COVID-19 changed the way local artists interacted with their audiences. CNY Arts were committed to supporting them, and the valuable work that they contributed.
Central New York is bursting with creativity; Black Media Mogul Maker seeks to amplify its potential.
Applicants were invited to submit a ‘bright idea’ for enhancing their nonprofit and explain how that idea will help the organization to better serve its community.