Since inception, the Kilian Memorial Scholarship has awarded over $320,000 in total scholarship dollars to 39 local students.
From Black History to Black Renaissance: Two Syracuse Black-led Organizations Share Their Stories of Triumph and Struggle
For Black History Month, we chose to highlight two of our Black Equity & Excellence Fund grantees that were named after historical figures: The William Herbert Johnson Bar Association of CNY and the Paul Robeson Performing Arts Company.
Scholarship Recipient to Fraternal Brother – Starting the College Journey with Two Students at a Time
When Keyshawn Blakes received a scholarship from Kappa to assist with graduate school, more than what he anticipated happened. An irreplaceable fraternal bond developed that changed his life.
SOMAC, an organization that provides emergency medical services to Madison County residents, relies heavily on 42 licensed student volunteers from neighboring Colgate University.
Named after one of the first White settlers in the region who befriended members of the Onondaga Nation and then later betrayed them, Webster Pond has outgrown its checkered past and landed on some of the best qualities of a public space: equity, care for...
For more than 35 years, the India Community Religious and Cultural Center (ICRCC) has been a vibrant organization that is fulfilling its mission to share and promote India’s rich cultural and religious heritage in the greater Syracuse area and support the community-at-large.
Clifford Ryan, a strong advocate against police brutality and racism, also fights to put an end to violence within what he calls his “village.”
The Young, Black, and Giving Back Institute established this day to elevate Black nonprofits that are committing themselves, day-in and day-out, to improving and enhancing the lives of Black people in this nation.
In the city of Cortland, nearly 24 percent of residents live below the poverty line. The majority of those are considered food insecure — meaning that they lack access to enough nutritionally balanced food sources to maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Syracuse Habitat for Humanity achieved a milestone this spring by becoming the first Habitat affiliate in New York State to complete a Veteran Build project.