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Private-Sector Employers, Part 2

Information was provided by individual organizations that responded to an e-mail or telephone survey, in addition to SEC fillings and other sources. The survey area was Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties.

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IRS push threatens agencies

The Internal Revenue Service is on a mission to remove thousands of defunct non-profits still on the books as tax-exempt, but many organizations with tiny budgets and a loose grip on paperwork could get caught up in the purge. Non-profit ...

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NON-PROFIT REPORT: Literacy Volunteers of Ontario-Yates Inc.

    Literacy Volunteers of Ontario-Yates Inc. provides free, individual instruction in reading, writing, speaking and understanding English to help adults achieve independence. It also offers instruction in computer literacy and helps people prepare for testing to earn the General ...

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Veterans center taps state official as its president

  The Veterans Outreach Center Inc. has selected the director of the state’s Division of Veterans’ Affairs to serve as its new president, replacing the retired Thomas Cray. James McDonough, who will start June 15, said he relishes the opportunity ...

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NON-PROFIT REPORT: The Friends of the Rochester Public Library

  The Friends of the Rochester Public Library, chartered by the state Education Department in 1953, is a membership organization that supports the Rochester Public Library by developing programs that foster literacy and access to public information, encouraging volunteer involvement ...

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Finger Lakes Museum selects site on Keuka Lake

The board of trustees of the Finger Lakes Cultural & Natural History Museum has selected Keuka Lake State Park to serve as the location for the future museum.

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United Way site supports new sustainability initiative

To support an effort to bring about more collaboration among non-profit organizations, the United Way of Greater Rochester Inc. has launched a website giving facts behind its initiative and providing links to resources for interested groups.

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Effort focuses on ‘new reality’ for non-profits

Since the days of George Eastman, Rochester has been known as a charitable community, supporting an array of non-profit groups from human services to the arts. But the city’s population has shrunk, jobs are gone and state coffers no longer ...

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NON-PROFIT REPORT: Lollypop Farm, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester

Lollypop Farm, the Humane Society of Greater Rochester, has served the area for 137 years, seeking to foster lifelong bonds between people and animals and to prevent cruel treatment of animals. Its 78 staff members and more than 800 volunteers ...

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Kodak joins Benches on Parade

Eastman Kodak Co. has joined the community art project Benches on Parade as a sponsor, the company announced Tuesday.

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Cuomo sues Senate leader over alleged looting of non-profit

State Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada Jr. is being sued by Attorney General Andrew Cuomo for allegedly looting the Bronx not-profit where Espada serves as president and CEO, the attorney general’s office announced Tuesday.

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Non-profit Report: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester NY Inc.

  Since 1990, Ronald McDonald House Charities of Rochester NY Inc. has provided a “home away from home” for families visiting Rochester so their children can receive medical care. The local organization is part of a network of 289 chapters ...

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