The Community Foundation begins 15th year of Charitable Leadership in 2014!
For over 15 years, the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan has been increasing the philanthropic capital of our region with the creation of over 170 funds that will provide grants and scholarships for ever!
Professional Advisor Seminar-
“Not-for-Profit Law Transformed:
Essential Information for Practitioners”
The New Nonprofit Revitalization Act of 2013 and Fiscal Sponsorships
“Treasures in Grandma’s Attic”
Valuing Collectibles and other Tangible Property
Wednesday, May 21, 2014. Registration 4:30 p.m./ Seminar 5:00 p.m.- 8:00 p.m.
3 CLE/3 CPE Credits
Newburgh Illuminated establishes Fund with the Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan for the 2014 Newburgh Illuminated Festival. The purpose is to host a celebration to highlight the assets and achievements of the City of Newburgh. The 2014 Event is designed to bring City residents together in celebration, to “illuminate” and market the great assets of the City, to bring new people into the city, thus resulting in increased tourism, new business and positive regional perception.
What Is The Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan?
It’s really quite simple: We facilitate and manage ENDOWMENT FUNDS that grow and benefit our community…forever.
The Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan is a public charity unlike any other in our area. It was created by and for the people of Orange County and serves the county and beyond. We exist not to support a single organization, but to address the broadest range of charitable issues by building an endowment that serves as a perpetual source of community capital.
We connect people who care with causes that matter and we serve people of all means.
To donors, CFOS represents an effective and innovative giving vehicle, one that combines maximum tax savings with maximum flexibility and the opportunity to make a difference right here at home in and around Orange County… and beyond.
To other charitable organizations, CFOS represents the source of grants whose sole purpose is to improve the quality of life in our region.
Perhaps most important of all, CFOS is the link between donors and other charitable organizations, and between donors and those students who receive grants from scholarship funds which are established through the Foundation.
CFOS currently manages more than 165 permanent charitable funds for individuals, families, businesses, and organizations that turn to us to help fulfill their charitable dreams. And this number of funds continues to grow as more people like you feel compelled to step forward as generous participants in the vision of a stronger community.
Volunteers and Why We Need Them” River Reporter
by Karen VanHouten Minouge, Executive Director, Community Foundation of Orange and Sullivan Click here for article.
Cornwall Native Establishes Cornwall Central High School Scholar’s Fund….
challenges the community to help “grow” the fund by matching donations made by other citizens, up to $10,000 annually, from 2013 through 2017.
For more details, click here