The Utica National Group Foundation Fund focuses its grantmaking on issues relating to poverty, education and helping youth and their families.
In 2018, the Village of Clinton was named 2018 “Kraft Hockeyville™ USA,” a title that captured the village’s 100-year history with the sport and the region’s passion for the game.
The Mid-York Library System is a nonprofit organization that promotes and assists all 43 public libraries located in Herkimer, Oneida and Madison counties, covering nearly 3,000 square miles, from small rural areas to larger urban communities.
Catholic Charities of Herkimer County worked in collaboration with the already established and county-led Herkimer County Suicide Prevention Coalition to create the Herkimer County Suicide Prevention Program.
The Bull Family Fund is one of The Community Foundation’s most active donor-advised funds, having awarded more than $376,000 in grants to nonprofit organizations and programs in both Herkimer and Oneida counties.
Ready 4 Kindergarten Family School Coordinators engage local resources, ensuring children start school ready to learn and continue their education fully engaged, paving the way for career and life success.
Abraham House is extending its services to the Rome community with plans to open a six-bedroom facility in the former Rome Home on North Washington Street in spring 2019.
Through an assessment, seniors identified medical needs, financial assistance, help at home and service accessibility as essential to independent living, but not fully addressed through existing services.
Introduced to The Community Foundation through friends and colleagues, Ron and Sheila Cuccaro learned that establishing a fund would help their charitable investments grow over time, maximizing their philanthropic impact for the benefit of the community they’re passionate about.