Your gift to the Community Foundation helps build our region’s endowment to support changing needs and worthy causes, now and forever.
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To find a specific fund: Enter one or more words in the search box below. You can type in a word that appears in the name of the fund or the fund description (e.g., “Bullis” or “scholarship”). If you are interested in seeing all of the funds that support a cause, type in a general keyword like “historical preservation.”
The Smith2 Fund for Rochester’s Children
For Freedom Scholars Learning Center. Accepting gifts in memory of Janet Buchanan Smith
Family Promise of Wayne County Endowment Fund
This organization endowment fund was created through a matching grant from the Foundation’s Bullis Fund to ensure long-term support for this agency serving families experiencing homelessness.
19th Ward Community Association Endowment Fund
The fund was established in 2007 with the proceeds of a building sale to ensure the future of the organization.
A & B Associates
A graduate of Cranston High School East in Rhode Island established this fund to provide an annual award to a graduating senior who plans to attend Brown University in Providence and live on campus.
AAIR Charitable Trust Fund
Established by Allergy, Asthma, Immunology of Rochester, the fund supports the charitable interests of the fund founder.
GRAB AAUW Educational Loan Fund
This fund, created by the Greater Rochester Area Branch of the American Association of University Women, offers financial support to women who want to further their education.
Greater Rochester AAUW Fund
This endowment fund provides ongoing support to American Association of University Women.
ABC Basset Hound Rescue Fund
This organization endowment fund supports the fostering and adoption of Basset Hounds in Buffalo and Rochester.
ACT Rochester Fund
ACT Rochester is a data initiative of Rochester Area Community Foundation that uses community indicators, research expertise, and narrative to improve the culture of decision-making and establish a more equitable, inclusive, and vital Rochester region. ACT Rochester’s work is guided by the 4 Cs:
- Curate the overwhelming amount of information available;
- Communicate data in context;
- Catalyze more informed decision-making toward equity, inclusivity, and vitality; and
- Connect people to people, people to organizations, and people/organizations to information in support of catalytic community impact.
Action for a Better Community
This fund was created for general operational support for ABC.
Questions About Your Search?
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