Frank and Diane Wheelock shared a passion for giving back to their community.
When one of Central New York’s long-time school teachers passed away last year, her estate named the Community Foundation the recipient of nearly $300,000 to serve our community’s greatest needs.
In response to needs caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the John Ben Snow Memorial Trust donated $10,000 to the Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund.
Bob and Toni are fundholders at the Community Foundation and Bob is a former board member. Bob is a fifth-generation Syracusan with deep roots in the philanthropic and business community.
Peter Dunn writes about racial discrimination in the United States and the importance of the community investing in racial equity.
The Waldmans are fundholders at the Community Foundation and experienced family business owners.
WHOLE ME provides mentoring, literacy, transitional life skills training, early intervention, advocacy, and rights awareness programs for deaf and hard of hearing children, adolescents, young adults, and their families.
The Central New York Community Foundation announces a new hire and promotion news.
Even before Onondaga County reported its first verified case of COVID-19, the disease caused by the virus, the region was reacting to the global health crisis.
“Giving Back” has always been the culture at Hueber-Breuer, so it was a natural response to give during the COVID-19 pandemic call to action.