nonprofit

Neon

Neon CRM: In the business of helping helpers

By Kristin Schultz Gazette Reporter New Yorkers are giving people. We give to community causes, animal shelters, sports organizations, food pantries and the arts. Unlike commercial enterprises that stay in business by selling things or services, or a government that…




Habitat for Humanity homes located at Van Vranken Avenue and Salina Street in Schenectady sat vacant for several months because of outstanding tax liens the group was unaware of when it began construction. (Marc Schultz/Gazette Photographer)

Habitat faces new hurdle in Schenectady

With tax-lien problem resolved, agency losing executive director BY KELLY DE LA ROCHA Gazette Reporter SCHENECTADY — The final tax lien delaying the sale of two Northside Habitat for Humanity homes has been resolved, according to Habitat for Humanity of…



No Picture

Grants available for local nonprofits

NISKAYUNA — The Niskayuna Community Foundation annual grant program is now welcoming applications for 2015. The Community Foundation provides grants of up to $5,000 to 501(c)3 nonprofits that serve residents of the town or Niskayuna Central School District. For more…




No Picture

Opportunities to volunteer numerous, easy to find

By REBECCA ISENHART Gazette Reporter NISKAYUNA — Every Tuesday morning at 7:15, in the back room of the Blue Ribbon restaurant, Niskayuna Rotary member Lon Penna opens meetings with a few inspirational quotes. At the most recent meeting, he echoed…