PULASKI, NY – The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund recently awarded $9,200 in grants to three Pulaski-area nonprofit organizations.
Rural and Migrant Ministry of Oswego County received $1,000 to purchase locking file cabinets and replace outdated office furniture. The new additions will make the building more user friendly for its staff and ensure the protection of confidential documents.
Pulaski Historical Society received $4,700 to purchase a storage barn that will house artifacts and displays. The barn will allow the Historical Society to preserve and exhibit more of Pulaski’s history to the public and enhance the experience of seeing some of the larger items in its collection.
Preservation Revitalization of Pulaski received $3,500 to purchase tents that will be used at various sponsored events. This will allow PROP to make its events much more feasible and allow them to become financially independent. These tents will be used in multiple projects and be available for use for other non-profit events.
The Greater Pulaski Community Endowment Fund is a union of gifts contributed by the people of the Pulaski community that makes grants to support programs and projects of importance to the area.
The Pulaski Fund is a component fund of the Central New York Community Foundation.
Since its inception in 1992, the fund has provided nearly $270,000 in grants to benefit the Pulaski community.
People can learn more about the fund and contribute at www.cnycf.org/Pulaski.
Established in 1927, the Central New York Community Foundation encourages local philanthropy by supporting the growth of permanent charitable endowments for the betterment of the region.
The Community Foundation is the largest charitable foundation in the region with assets of nearly $190 million.
It awarded $9.9 million in grants last year to nonprofit organizations and since its inception has invested more than $135 million in the community.
The Community Foundation serves as the steward of charitable legacies for individuals, families and businesses through the administration of nearly 700 funds.
The organization also serves as a civic leader, convener and sponsor of special initiatives designed to strengthen local nonprofits and address the region’s most pressing challenges.