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He focuses his practice in the areas of New York elder law, Medicaid, trust and estates, guardianships, and special needs planning.
The census tells us where our attention is needed in matters of education, housing, economic development, and transportation, as well as our congressional representation in Washington.
A coalition of community partners is banding together to support nonprofit organizations working with communities who are disproportionately impacted by the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic.
Lee and her husband, Joe, feel blessed by the support they have received over the years from the Central New York community.
John Mezzalingua's experience as a student, parent and board member at Manlius Pebble Hill School (MPH) has been life-changing. It ignited in him, and now his children, a life-long love of learning and a commitment to addressing problems creatively.
Catherine Winger had always contributed to local charities but she wanted her engagement to go beyond simply writing a check. Her career had afforded her the opportunity to live a life of service, but she longed for a deeper connection to her community by engaging...
Hear from Gary Grossman, Managing Partner, Grossman St. Amour, on how he ‘pops the question.’
Bob and his wife established a donor-advised fund at the Community Foundation many years ago so that they could build a personal charitable account over time.
The Central New York Community Foundation has promoted Gerianne Corradino to the position of Finance Manager.
The Allen Speiser Memorial Vocational Rehabilitation Fund is now accepting grant applications.