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The Community Foundation for South Central New York was established in 1997 with a $1 million challenge grant from the Binghamton-based Stewart W. and Willma C. Hoyt Foundation, a private foundation whose Board had noted the lack of a community foundation to serve Broome, Chenango, Cortland, Delaware and Tioga counties.
Bolstered by the success and strong presence of the community foundation model in other parts of the country, the idea to create such an organization for our region took hold, and a Board of Directors comprising active community volunteers was formed.

Web Address

www.cfscny.org

Recent News from Community Foundation for South Central New York


Binghamton University police launch program to engage with local youth
Foundation: Community Foundation for South Central New York

The Binghamton University Police Department received a $15000 grant from the Community Foundation for South Central New York to fund the...more

Binghamton youth programming gets $1 million in federal funding - Pressconnects
Foundation: Community Foundation for South Central New York

... for design and construction costs, and the Community Foundation for South Central New York facilitated additional fundraising for the...more

Broome County awards projects to reduce housing costs, discrimination - WSKG
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The Community Foundation for South Central New York manages the housing trust fund. It will open a second round of grant applications this...more

Chobani announces $200,000 in Impact Fund grants - CNY Business Journal
Foundation: Community Foundation for South Central New York

NEW BERLIN — Yogurt maker Chobani recently announced this year's recipients of grants from the annual Chobani Impact...more

Roxbury teams up for 150-foot mural
Foundation: Community Foundation for South Central New York

... artists' fee, supplies and local lodging accommodations — from the Community Foundation for South Central New York, according to...more

Earlville Opera House receives $20K grant from Community Foundation for South Central NY
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It is with great honor the Earlville Opera House (EOH) announces receipt of a $20,000 grant from Community Foundation for South Central New...more

Potential changes coming to improve Ross Park
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BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- The Community Foundation for South Central New York and the City of Binghamton are working on a plan to revitalize...more

New racial justice and equity fund gives money to local organizations
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The Community Foundation for South Central New York announced its first round of funding for its new Racial Justice and Equity Fund. Over...more

Multi-million dollar youth community center could come to downtown Binghamton
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The Community Foundation for South Central New York will facilitate fundraising for the project. If you wish to donate toward the project, click...more

$29568 Awarded to Nonprofits in the Region by the Women's Fund at the Community Foundation ...
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From the Community Foundation for South Central New York: Grant funding to be used for scholarships, health care, and support groups....more



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Not your typically standing cafe, the Stables Cafe, which was set up by Glen Duckett from Thwaites pub the Eagle and Child Ramsbottom in Lancashire,  is a place where youths are being given second chances at life. These youths  have been long-term unemployed, homeless or have served juvenile detention.




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