Gifts from donors in our own communities are at the heart of the Community Foundation's endowment. Anyone can become a donor, including individuals, families, groups, businesses or private foundations. It's easy!
Gifts can take the form of cash, stock (stock donation instructions) or other securities, life insurance or, upon Board approval, certain other assets. You can also make planned gifts through bequests, charitable remainder trusts, charitable lead trusts, IRAs, or pension funds. We encourage you to discuss planned gifts with your tax or financial advisor. Community Foundation staff are always available to answer questions and provide information to help you choose the right giving option and assist you. Please contact us with questions or concerns as you and your professional advisor discuss tax and estate planning issues related to your gift.
The Community Foundation accepts gifts made on your VISA or MC by phone or through our website here. If you wish to make a gift of anything other than cash, please contact us directly so we can explain the procedure for non-cash gifts.
Thank you for your interest in helping our community through a gift to the Community Foundation!
|The Tina Fund||The Tina Fund provides grants to individuals and families in Broome and Chenango Counties who have significant medical and related costs and who are having difficulty meeting expenses resulting from either a diagnosis of breast cancer or a positive result for BRACA1/BRACA2.|
|Binghamton Police K-9 Fund||The Binghamton Policy K-9 Fund provides funding for training, vet bills, purchase of canines and other needs of the Binghamton Police K-9 Division.|
|Greater Oxford Community Fund||The purpose of the Greater Oxford Community Fund is to provide financial support for community enterprises.|
|Racketa Family Fund||The Racketa Famiy Fund is an undendowed donor advised fund.|
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|The Women's Fund||The Women's Fund improves and empowers the lives of women and girls in the region through collective and engaged philanthropy among women.|
|Women's Fund Empowerment Society||The Women's Fund Empowerment Society members support the Women's Fund with a cumulative gift of $1,000 or more each calendar year.|
|Kirkwood Inspiration Park Fund||Money raised from this fund will be used to build an inclusive playground located in Valley Park in the town of Kirkwood.|
|Johny Stringfield Scholarship Fund||The Johny Stringfield Scholarship Fund awards a scholarship to a graduating senior student in the Binghamton City School District planning a career in human services|
|Duane R. Skrabalak Memorial Award in Music Fund||This fund was established in the memory of former Tri-Cities Opera Artistic Director Duane R. Skrabalak (1949-2014), a 1966 graduate of Johnson City High School. Duane devoted his life to music, specifically to the performance of opera at Broome County's own Tri-Cities Opera. An annual award from this fund goes to an outstanding senior graduating from the Johnson City High School who is planning a career in music..|
|Greene Community Scholarship Fund||The Greene Community Scholarship fund provides scholarship awards to graduating seniors of the Greene Central School District in Greene, New York.|
|Peter Cronk Scholarship Fund||The Peter Cronk Scholarship Fund was created in memory of Peter Cronk for a Binghamton High School student attending college majoring in fine arts or English.|
|The General Community Fund||The Community Fund is a multi-purpose, unrestricted fund to which qualified agencies in Broome, Chenango, Delaware, Otsego and Tioga counties may apply for grants. A donation to the Community Fund is the easiest way to make a gift, and contributions of any size are always welcome.|
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