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Our Statement on Social, Economic, and Racial Justice
“As philanthropic leaders in south central New York, we stand with those who seek to eliminate racial injustice. We are committed to do our part both internally as an organization, and in the region. Systemic racism at the individual, community, and societal level cannot be addressed with one-time statements. Real change requires ongoing action borne out of hard work, difficult conversations, education and commitment. We invite all our supporters and community partners to join us in working to address the social and economic justice issues that disproportionately affect the Black, Indigenous, and People of Color communities in our country.”

Hot Off the Press, our 2021 Annual Report!
Read how we helped the region weather year two of the pandemic with the help of our donors and supporters, and how non-profits, community members, and others survived and thrived during a challenging year. 2021 Annual Report

Join us as the Women’s Fund Annual Breakfast Celebrates 20 Years of Supporting Women and Girls!
Wednesday, June 1, 2022, Doubletree by Hilton 225 Water Street, Binghamton, NY, 7:30–9:30 am.
Hali Lee will be our keynote speaker.
Hali is the co-founder of the Donors of Color Network, the first ever national network by and for individual people of color donors and the founder of the Asian Women Giving Circle, which raises resources for Asian American women using the arts to bring about social change in their NYC communities.
$50 per person, student tickets $30 Register here by May 15, 2022.

$287,684 Awarded to Nonprofits in the Region- Grant Funding to be Used for Capital Projects, Programs, and Operating Support 
Forty organizations in the region were awarded grants totaling $287,684 from the Community Foundation. The successful grant applications, approved through a competitive volunteer panel and board review process, are for a variety of capital projects, operations, and programming. Organizations funded included museums, theater groups, libraries, human service agencies, animal welfare organizations, chambers of commerce, food banks, housing programs, and public safety agencies and other non-profits, municipalities, and school districts.

Grant Writing Workshop Recording Now Available
Did you miss our grant writing workshop in January and want to learn how to write a successful grant application and sharpen your grant writing skills?  Follow this link to the recording of the workshop, https://bit.ly/3og0nZs and use this passcode ux%7t2c8

We are fully vaccinated and now open Wednesday 9-3 or by appointment! Call 607-772-6773 or email info@donorswhocare.org to make an appointment. We are happy to meet you by phone or Zoom, in our offices, your home/place of business, or wherever you are comfortable.  We are also available via voicemail or email, so don’t hesitate to be in touch should you need us.

Our Facebook group for SCNY organizations that are responding to COVID-19 is still active. Follow this link to join! https://www.facebook.com/groups/CNYORGS/