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Northern New York Community Foundation Inc.



The Northern New York Community Foundation raises, manages and administers an endowment and collection of funds for the benefit of the community. It uses its earnings to support a program of college scholarships for area residents and grants to non-profit organizations to improve the community's quality of life.


Since 1929, it has helped make good things happen in northern New York. The foundation serves as a resource for local charitable organizations, donors, professional advisors and non-profit organizations.

Web Address

www.nnycf.org

Social Media Links

Twitter - @nnycf

Recent News from Northern New York Community Foundation


YMCA Still Seeking Funding For Community And Aquatics Center
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

"It's really going to happen here in this community, so we are just so excited," Shawna Cutuli, managing director of membership facilities at the Watertown YMCA, tells CBS New York. The $27.5...more

Adams Community Park Committee seeks grant for new playground | Top Stories | nny360.com
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

The Northern New York Community Foundation's Youth Philanthropy Council granted $4,500 for the project in June. The committee recently wrapped...more

Boonville Concert Band to perform series of shows in Erwin Park - Rome Sentinel
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

The band is sponsored in part by the Kenneth V. and Jeannette Remp Sawyer Community Fund of the Northern New York Community...more

Youth Philanthropy Council awards $20,000 to five north country organizations
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

Jul. 3—WATERTOWN — The Youth Philanthropy Council of the Northern New York Community Foundation recently awarded $20000 in grants to...more

Youth Philanthropy Council awards $20000 to five north country organizations | Top Stories
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

WATERTOWN — The Youth Philanthropy Council of the Northern New York Community Foundation recently awarded $20000 in grants to five...more

Community Fund For Theresa Supports Indian River Lakes Challenge
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

The Indian River Lakes Conservancy is asking residents and visitors of Theresa, New York, to get outdoors and see what they can do in a year's time. That's thanks to two grants from the Community...more

Classical conundrum: Music fans in Watertown left with Sunday split decision
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

Following that 2015 conflict, Mr. Ramey explained that representatives from TCS and ONNY met at the Northern New York Community Foundation...more

Youth Philanthropy Council awards grants to five north country nonprofits - Watertown Daily Times
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

WATERTOWN — The Youth Philanthropy Council of the Northern New York Community Foundation has awarded $5000 in grant support to five north...more

Youth Philanthropy Council awards $5K in grants | Community Giving | nny360.com
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

The Northern New York Community Foundation Youth Philanthropy Council Class of 2021-22, back row from left, Owen Newton, South...more

George Edward O'Sullivan | Obituaries | nny360.com
Foundation: Northern New York Community Foundation

Northern New York Community Foundation. 131 Washington Street, Watertown, NY 13601 Phone: 315-782-7110 -...more



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