Greater Pulaski Fund Awards $16,440 In Local Grants

Pulaski Feature

February 26, 2015 (Pulaski, NY) – The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund recently awarded $16,440 in grants to four Pulaski-area nonprofit organizations. Bethel Community Center received $3,500 to support the installation of a two tiered deck at the center’s entrance. The project will provide members of the organization and community with a safe entrance and exit from the center. Monday

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Cazenovia Organizations Benefit from Donor’s Grant Initiative

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Cazenovia-area organizations are benefiting from a new and creative funding opportunity thanks to Community Foundation fund holder Bob Hood, who is a longtime resident and supporter of the town. “Cazenovia is blessed with several fine organizations and hundreds of caring volunteers and staff, already contributing to our community,” said Hood, “We simply wanted to offer an incentive for new initiatives

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Community Foundation Hires Controller and Administrative Assistant

Blog-Feature Hrtman + Satalin

February 19, 2015 (Syracuse, NY) – The Central New York Community Foundation has hired Liz Hartman as Controller and Kara Satalin as Administrative Assistant. Hartman is a Certified Public Accountant responsible for the operational and financial reporting aspects of the Community Foundation. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Fashion Design with a minor in Retail Management, and a Master

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Grant Awarded to Consensus to Engage Public Around Government Modernization

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February 17, 2015 – Consensus, the multi-partner commission focused on local government modernization, will soon be seeking public opinion on more effective and efficient governance across Onondaga County with the help of a $50,000 grant from the Central New York Community Foundation. The grant will be used to solicit input from community members on local government and the impact it

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Students Learn About Anti-Bullying from Shakespeare Program

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All children have the right to attend school in a safe, welcoming, and caring environment but bullying has made that increasingly difficult for some. The rise in reports of bullying around the country has prompted many communities to institute anti-bullying programming to foster learning without incidents of harassment or intimidation. One arts group in Syracuse has found a way to

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Vocational Rehabilitation Fund Now Accepting Grant Applications

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The Allen Speiser Memorial Fund for Vocational Rehabilitation is accepting grant applications from programs that promote the placement and retention of employees with disabilities in the workforce. The application deadline is March 6, 2015. Eligibility is limited to 501(c)(3) nonprofit, human service organizations that serve people with disabilities in Onondaga, Madison, Oswego, Cortland or Cayuga Counties. The Speiser Fund generally provides

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