Teen Empowerment will receive $1 million in state funding for its new teen center - named the Barack and Michelle Obama Youth Center – that will be constructed in southwest Rochester.
The city of Rochester recently awarded $100,000 to local artists and arts organizations through ArtsBloom, an initiative to fund arts education, performing arts and temporary art programming across Rochester. “ArtsBloom gives a platform for the city to support Rochester’s creative community and offer diverse arts programming to residents, a win-win for a city that […]
The Board of Directors of Baden Street Settlement has named Catherine “Cathy” Thomas as its executive director, effective Oct. 9.
The Arc Foundation of Monroe is the beneficiary of this year’s Steel Rail Revival Festival, receiving nearly $20,000 from the Fairport event.
A Call to Women of Color focuses on empowering women and girls of color to engage in conversation and promote healthy living among women.
The Rochester affiliate of the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) has named its new executive director.
The YMCA of Greater Rochester has announced the completion of The YMCA at Innovation Square, a wellness center in Center City.
The Hub585 will host its 2023 Legacy of Hope fundraiser at the Penthouse at One East Ave.
Let’s Get L.I.T. and the Rochester Imagination Library are receiving a total of $35,000 in state funding to enhance their child literacy initiatives in the city.
Jerome Underwood of Action for a Better Community received the National Drum Major for Justice Award from the National Community Action Partnership.
Monica Gebell has been named executive director of the Levine Center to End Hate, which is part of the Jewish Federation of Greater Rochester.
Elaine Spaull will be the 85th recipient of the Rochester Rotary Award, the oldest and most prestigious civic award in Rochester.