Our affiliate funds are field-of-interest funds guided by independent advisory groups. These funds demonstrate the strength and impact that a union of gifts can have in a community when paired with the Community Foundation’s endowment and financial stewardship. 

Cayuga Community Fund

The Cayuga Community Fund was created to benefit residents of Cayuga County by
serving as a source of permanent charitable dollars available to the region’s nonprofits.

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Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund

The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund provides grants to nonprofit organizations addressing community needs in the Village of Pulaski and the Town of Richland in Oswego County.

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Oswego County Community Foundation

The Oswego County Community Foundation is a philanthropic initiative to attract and
retain permanent charitable dollars for the benefit of Oswego County.

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Women’s Fund of Central New York

The Women’s Fund of Central New York supports, empowers and recognizes the advancement and full participation of women and girls in Central New York.

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News & Stories

Stories February 25, 2021

Now Accepting Applications for the Frederick K. Kilian Memorial Scholarship

Since inception, the Kilian Memorial Scholarship has awarded over $320,000 in total scholarship dollars to ...

Stories February 25, 2021

Catherine Winger

Catherine Winger had always contributed to local charities but she wanted her engagement to go ...

Stories February 17, 2021

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 ...

Grace Ghezzi Headshot
Stories February 17, 2021

'Popping The Question' About Charitable Giving: Grace Ghezzi

Hear from Grace Ghezzi, CPA/PFS/CFF, CFP®, CFE, AEP®, President & Financial Consultant, Grace B. Ghezzi ...

Lee Gatta and Joe Redick
Publications February 16, 2021

Lee Gatta & Joe Reddick: Community Caregivers

Lee Gatta and her husband, Joe Reddick, feel blessed by the support they have received ...

Black female and male sitting at table and talking
Publications February 16, 2021

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way to Make a Difference

It is commonplace for many of us to avoid estate planning for a whole host ...

Carolyn Palmer with her sisters
Publications February 16, 2021

Carol Palmer: Local Teacher Leaves Sizeable Bequest to Support the Community

Caroline Palmer, known to her many relatives as Aunt Carol, made everyone feel special and ...

Publications February 16, 2021

Ron & Margaret Peckham: Charitable Giving: All in the Family

Ron and Margaret Peckham believe you make a living by what you get, but you ...

Stories February 16, 2021

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 ...

Stories February 25, 2021

Now Accepting Applications for the Frederick K. Kilian Memorial Scholarship

Since inception, the Kilian Memorial Scholarship has awarded over $320,000 in total scholarship dollars to ...

Stories February 25, 2021

Catherine Winger

Catherine Winger had always contributed to local charities but she wanted her engagement to go ...

Stories February 17, 2021

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 ...

Grace Ghezzi Headshot
Stories February 17, 2021

'Popping The Question' About Charitable Giving: Grace Ghezzi

Hear from Grace Ghezzi, CPA/PFS/CFF, CFP®, CFE, AEP®, President & Financial Consultant, Grace B. Ghezzi ...

Lee Gatta and Joe Redick
Publications February 16, 2021

Lee Gatta & Joe Reddick: Community Caregivers

Lee Gatta and her husband, Joe Reddick, feel blessed by the support they have received ...

Black female and male sitting at table and talking
Publications February 16, 2021

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way to Make a Difference

It is commonplace for many of us to avoid estate planning for a whole host ...

Carolyn Palmer with her sisters
Publications February 16, 2021

Carol Palmer: Local Teacher Leaves Sizeable Bequest to Support the Community

Caroline Palmer, known to her many relatives as Aunt Carol, made everyone feel special and ...

Publications February 16, 2021

Ron & Margaret Peckham: Charitable Giving: All in the Family

Ron and Margaret Peckham believe you make a living by what you get, but you ...

Stories February 16, 2021

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 ...

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