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Community Foundation Awards Grant to Address Street Violence & Related Trauma

Nearly $345,000 in Grants Awarded to Nonprofits in Onondaga & Madison counties October 12, 2017 – It is 1:00 a.m. on a warm summery evening. Most of the city is asleep, but Timothy Jennings-Bey is driving down the dark, quiet Syracuse streets to another grisly murder scene. Soon he will be met with a grieving mother who just witnessed her

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Community Foundation Awards Grants to Measure Poverty Program Effectiveness

October 4, 2017- The Central New York Community Foundation recently awarded $169,999 in grants to help charities serving residents living in poverty with measuring, evaluating and communicating their effectiveness towards change. In 2016, the poverty rate in Syracuse increased from 31 to 32.1 percent. At the same time, 47 percent of city children under the age of 18 were living

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Greater Pulaski Community Fund Annual Fundraising Campaign Begins

September 19, 2017 – The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund launched its annual fundraising campaign this fall with a goal of reaching and surpassing $15,000 in donations. The John Ben Snow Memorial Trust pledged to provide a dollar-for-dollar match, up to $15,000, for contributions received on or before December 15, 2017. This yields a potential for $30,000 of growth in

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New Program Offers Coaching to Emerging Nonprofit Leaders

August 30, 2017 – The Central New York Community Foundation is offering mid-level staff of nonprofit organizations in Onondaga and Madison counties the opportunity to enhance their leadership skills in preparation for future responsibilities as they move up in their organizations. The newly launched LeadUP CNY, the Marsellus Next Generation Leadership Program will be offered bi-yearly and is designed to

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Syracuse Restaurant Opens Doors of Innovation & Opportunity

When you walk into With Love Restaurant, your senses are immediately immersed in the unique aroma of foods unlike any other experienced in Syracuse. The vibrant, modern interior features large world maps once displayed in school classrooms. The clientele filling the tables reflect the rich diversity of Syracuse’s Northside neighborhood. But what you might not realize when you step into

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