- RIT, Genesee Country Village to partner
Rochester Institute of Technology and the Genesee Country Village and Museum officials on Tuesday signed a memorandum of understanding to collaborate.
- Nominees sought for Canandaigua Athena Award
The Canandaigua Athena Steering Committee seeks nominees for its Canandaigua Athena Award and its Canandaigua Athena Young Professional Leadership Award.
- Community service celebrated at National Philanthropy Day
Honoring area individuals and organizations for helping others, National Philanthropy Day will be held Nov. 4 this year.
- Greater Rochester Awards spotlight achievement in nonprofit arena
Thirteen individuals and six organizations have been selected as honorees or finalists for the 2016 Greater Rochester Awards.
- Nonprofit Report: Rochester School for the Deaf
- Henderson Ford launches book drive for school
Now in its sixth year, Henderson Ford’s “You Share. Kids Explore!” program collects new and used children’s books and donates them to students at School No. 50, Helen Barrett Montgomery. Last year, the program collected more than 1,300 books.
- House of Mercy launching capital campaign
House of Mercy Inc. is launching a capital campaign to help finish the renovation of its new building at 285 Ormond St. that is expected eventually to provide almost 90 emergency shelter beds along with more kitchen, dining and office space.
- The Strong looks to adults for growth
- PepsiCo, Tops partner to provide help to families in need
About 800 Rochester families received food and personal care products from an annual partnership involving PepsiCo Inc., Tops Friendly Markets and the nonprofit Feed the Children.
- Nonprofit Report: Rochester Rotary Charitable Trusts Inc.
- Hillside Children's Center reorganizes with trio of executives
A reorganization announced by the Hillside Children’s Center adds a new and separate Southern Tier area for region-specific services led by one of three new executive directors.
- A new lead at museum
- Dubnik brings an entrepreneurial background
- Community Foundation giving circles reach $1 million in grants
A total of $1 million has been invested in local nonprofits thanks to a collection of five “giving circles” organized through the Rochester Area Community Foundation.
- Strong CEO Adams to retire; Dubnik named successor as museum chief
Rollie Adams, CEO of the Strong, has announced his plan to retire Dec. 31 after nearly 30 years as the leader of the cultural institution. The organization named Steve Dubnik, a local entrepreneur and onetime CEO of Choice One Communications Inc., as its new president and CEO, effective Jan. 1.
- Longtime dancer moves to lead
- Nonprofit Report: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester NY Inc.
Nonprofit Report: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester NY Inc.
- Small Business Council launches school supply drive
The Small Business Council of Rochester is working to ensure local students are prepared for school this fall by urging area business to donate school supplies.
- Nonprofit Report: The Seneca Park Zoo Society