Watson Williams Elementary School recently celebrated the installation of an interactive sports wall made possible through the generosity of a $14,400 grant from the M&T Bank/ Partners Trust Bank Charitable Fund and other community partners.
In 2017, New York’s iconic Erie Canal celebrated its 200th anniversary with celebrations across the state, including Rome—a city with a special connection to the cross-state waterway.
Where there’s hope, there’s life—and Hope House’s new home is breathing new life into the organization, its neighborhood and the individuals it serves.
The Midtown Utica Community Center, better known as MUCC, works with these new residents, addressing complex and cross-cultural issues to help them adapt and succeed in their new community.
Copperccino’s, just down the street from the Capitol Theatre, and will be a true “coffee house”—a place to hang out, meet, listen to music, drink coffee and tea, and eat.
Most of us would like to leave our mark on the world so that, when we’re gone, our contributions to society live on—and, by extension, so do we.
Former Congressman Richard Hanna may be best known for his political achievements throughout the years, but he has an equally impressive history of supporting philanthropic endeavors.
Partnering with local organizations, The Women’s Fund provides grants to fund programs that work to benefit women and their families.
With the backing of its Board of Trustees, The Community Foundation is leading an initiative that will result in a vision and action plan for Downtown Utica’s several districts.