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November 16, 2017 – The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund’s Advisory Committee has raised more than $11,000 toward its fundraising goal of $15,000. With one month remaining to raise $4,000 by December 15, the Advisory Committee is working hard to meet its goal in this final stretch. Doing so will make the Fund eligible to receive a dollar-for-dollar matching grant

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Greater Pulaski Community Fund Annual Fundraising Campaign Begins

September 19, 2016 – The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund will launch its annual fundraising campaign this fall with a goal of reaching and surpassing $15,000 in donations. The Jon Ben Snow Memorial Trust pledged to provide a dollar-for-dollar match, up to $15,000, of contributions received on or before December 15, 2016. This yields a potential for $30,000 of growth

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CNY Philanthropy Center Celebrates 5th Anniversary

This month, the CNY Philanthropy Center marked its five-year anniversary. To celebrate, we are looking back at how this building developed into our permanent home and as a collaborative space that is being utilized for the advancement of our region.  Below is a collection of some of the special moments captured within the building throughout the years. Since 1917, the three-story Greek Revival building

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Cayuga Fund distributes more than $30,000 in grants

May 29, 2015 (Cayuga, NY) – The Cayuga Community Fund, a component fund of the Central New York Community Foundation, awarded $31,590 to 17 nonprofit organizations that serve residents of Cayuga County. Central New York Adult Homes (Evergreen Heights) received $4,000 to build a new covered entryway to allow for easier accessibility and safer entrance. The Episcopal Church of Saints

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Land Bank moves to CNY Philanthropy Center

May 28, 2015 – The Central New York Philanthropy Center announced that it has added a new leaseholder to its roster of tenants. The Greater Syracuse Land Bank (Land Bank) moved into the building in late April and is now housed on the building’s third floor. The Land Bank restores properties and revitalizes neighborhoods by returning vacant, abandoned, underutilized, and

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