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SummerLEAP encourages learning and academic confidence among urban students.

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North East Area Development’s Freedom Market works to provide employment to neighborhood residents and create a sense of community.

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Thousands enjoyed Bandaloop’s free outdoor performances in downtown Rochester during the Fringe Festival.

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Native American traditional foods make a comeback with the help of the Ganondagan State Historic Site’s White Corn Project.

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Students from Nazareth College and Hobart and William Smith Colleges study the Holocaust through “The March: Bearing Witness to Hope.“

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Sifriyat Pijama encourages a love of literature, and a deeper grounding in Judaism, for young Israeli children.

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In a collaboration among local organizations, RocMusic inspires our children to explore their talents and expand their love of music.

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In 2012, Foodlink founder Thomas C. Ferraro (1946–2014) won the inaugural Farash Prize for Social Entrepreneurship.

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Max and Marian Farash were determined to give back to their civic and religious communities.

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Each year, half of Foundation grants go to Jewish initiatives.

Please note: This website will be updated in early January to reflect 2015 grantmaking in all categories.