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The Latest in Adirondack Philanthropy

Looking for the latest news about Adirondack Foundation? You’re in the right place to look through our publications featuring stories about generous donors, dedicated nonprofits, and the people they serve, as well as partnerships, strategic goals, and more. And see the latest breaking news in our recent press releases. 

  • Students in SUNY Plattsburgh's "I've Been Admitted to College" program
    Adirondack Foundation awards more than $900K

    Adirondack Foundation this year awarded a record $900,000 in Generous Acts grants to meet pressing needs and drive positive change in local communities across the Adirondack region. This represents an eightfold increase in Generous Acts grant dollars from five years ago.

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  • Fund at Lakeside School's Spring Fling

    Essex Community Fund accepting applications

    The Essex Community Fund at Adirondack Foundation invites local nonprofits, schools, churches, and municipalities to apply for grant funding. The deadline to apply is May 30.

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  • Minerva Sleepin Giants

    Gore area community organizations invited to apply for grants

    The Community Fund for the Gore Mountain Region (CFGMR) at Adirondack Foundation is accepting applications from area schools, municipalities, nonprofit and community organizations for its 2022 grant cycle. Grant requests are limited to $1,000; the deadline to apply is June 1.

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  • Mother and son opening emergency food package
    Adirondack Foundation amplifies philanthropy, awards nearly $600K

    Adirondack Foundation awarded $590,000 in Generous Acts grants in 2021 to meet pressing needs and support important initiatives in local communities across the Adirondack region. 

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    Adirondack Foundation welcomes new trustees, launches Community Council

    Adirondack Foundation welcomes Jim Allison, David Sand, and Carolyn Sicher to its Board of Trustees. In addition to new trustees, the Foundation also established a Community Council to broaden perspectives and engage people across the region.

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