Tag Archives: Grants

Our Regional Affiliate Fund Application is now online!

Organizations applying for an upcoming grant from one of the following funds – Cayuga Community Fund, Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund or Oswego County Community Foundation – will be asked to utilize our new online grant application system to submit their applications. 2018 Deadlines: Cayuga Community Fund | April 15, 2018 Currently accepting applications Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund | May 15,

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More than $110,000 in Grants Awarded to Nonprofits in Madison County

January 23, 2018 – The Central New York Community Foundation awarded $113,858 in grants to three nonprofit organizations serving Madison County. Earlville Free Library received $18,858 to create a new children’s area, computer laboratory and teen lounge. The designated space will enhance the library’s ability to provide customized materials and services to children and youth. The Earlville Free Library offers

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New Grant Opportunity Open to Cortland County Nonprofits

Cortland, NY (January 9, 2018) – The Central New York Community Foundation is offering a grant opportunity for Cortland County nonprofit organizations this winter. The Cortland County Bright Ideas grants program is supported through the generosity of the Fenstermacher Fund and other local donors who were inspired to give back to the Cortland community. Nonprofit applicants are invited to submit

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Tillie’s Touch offers children life lessons on and off the soccer field

Dale Johnson, founder of Tillie’s Touch, tears up when he speaks about how the organization came to be. It’s was a weekend morning and Johnson was settling into his favorite recliner when an ESPN feature on Nick Madaras captured his undivided attention. Madaras was killed by an IED while serving in Iraq on September 3, 2006. While overseas, Nick asked

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Local Boxer Brings New Meaning to Heart Health Education and Awareness

Srdan Lukic may have fallen into the sport of boxing by accident, but it was his fighting mentality instilled in him at birth that would ultimately lead him to a bigger mission in life: raising heart health awareness and educating others in the Central New York community. Lukic was born in Bosnia with a congenital heart defect (CHD), transposition of

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Connecting Southside Residents with Employment and Success

Walking into the Community Connections Center of the Emma L. Johnston Southside Family Resource Center, one is greeted with cheerful blue walls and green plants, new computers and a billboard filled with local job postings. This optimistic center holds two workspaces that serve as the home for PEACE, Inc.’s career preparation services. Here, Southside residents can view job openings and

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