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Colby Cyrus explains how a new grant opportunity was designed to help organizations enhance diversity, equity & inclusion.
Throughout our lives, we are never as vulnerable as we are in our infancy. It’s imperative that infants in Central New York are taken care of and protected. But what if the parents are in need of the same support? To help reduce the risks...
A new grant opportunity is available to help nonprofit organizations enhance their efforts in diversity, equity, inclusion and action.
Proposals are encouraged from a variety of program areas, including education, health, social services, arts and culture, civics, and preservation of historic resources.
Danielle Johnson explains how we are working to distribute our discretionary grant dollars equitably.
Hear from Jan Lane, CAP®, Senior Philanthropic Advisor, about the three key provisions affecting philanthropists in the new SECURE 2.0.
Two scholarships of $3,050 will be awarded and may be renewable annually for up to 4 years (or 5 years for engineering only), subject to the recipients’ continued full-time matriculation in their program of study and maintenance of a 2.0 cumulative GPA or higher.
Finding a career can feel like a heavy weight on youths’ shoulders and support may seem scarce. For Central New York students, however, the journey doesn’t have to be a lonesome one.
Even well after her tenure ended at Heman Street Elementary School, Rhoda Sike's passion for teaching never wavered and she found a way to continue making an impact on students.
Ahmeed Turner explains how and why we prioritize with our staff the importance of learning about and practicing equity.