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Featured Stories: Revenue Diversification

From cramped quarters to increased income

A $20,000 grant towards gift shop renovations helped the MOST grow. A more efficient use of space, a stronger dedicated stream of income as well as enhanced opportunities for community and educational engagement combine to fulfill the organizational mission and sustain its operations. Learn More »

Forging a “Clear Path for Veterans”

A $20,000 grant made to Clear Path for Veterans provides an excellent example of an infrastructure improvement that expands not only organizational capacity, but also enables individuals to grow and prosper. Learn More »

Celebrating Gifford grantees and Kathy Goldfarb-Findling

At the November 13 Kathy Awards we invited three organizations to celebrate their support from the Foundation during the tenure of Kathy Goldfarb-Findling, our late executive director. Representatives from Onondaga Earth Corps, Dance Theatre of Syracuse and Baltimore Woods shared their organizational challenges and successes over the past ten years. Learn More »

Congratulations Gifford Grantees

Every month we congratulate our Gifford grantees, with a brief description of the project and the initiative and/or focus area. Read about our newest community and “What If…” minigrants. Learn More »

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  • Gifford Foundation on TwitterA huge congratulations to our own Sheena Solomon for being awarded the InterFaith Works Racial Justice Catalyst awa… link
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  • Gifford Foundation on TwitterJust a friendly reminder that tomorrow is our first What If... mini grant deadline for 2019! Interested in applyi… link
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