Building a Better Community
The Rockland Community Foundation is working to improve the quality of life in our region. Whether through grants, scholarships, disaster response, or our position as a community leader addressing pressing needs, we're dedicated to making things better in the place we all call home.
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The Rockland Community Foundation
is the proud recipient of the
Rockland Business Association's 2013 Pinnacle Award for
Outstanding Achievement by a Non-Profit
Thank You to Our
Signature Gala Sponsors!
Houlihan Trading Co.
Hudson Valley Bank
Mandel, Katz & Brosnan LLP
Orange & Rockland
Rockland County Teachers Association
Simona & Jerry Chazen
The Byrne Family
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Improving the quality of life for all people in Rockland County by increasing charitable giving and connecting donors to community causes they care about most.
To donors, we provide a simple yet effective means to achieve both their charitable and tax savings goals, allowing them to address specific issues through funds that they create and we steward.
To charitable organizations, we are a source of grant funding for programs that enable them to enhance the quality of life for those they touch.
To students, we provide scholarships that will help support their future educational goals.
To honor a loved one, by establishing a memorial fund with the Foundation in support of a cause that was important to them, you celebrate their life and keep their memory alive in perpetuity.
In times of crisis, we are the county's advocate, working with local individuals and businesses to channel their donor dollars for recovery funding at home.
We're here to help, and we are making a difference:
for now, for ever, for Rockland.
President Obama Recounts the Heroism of Welles Remy Crowther In His Moving Speech at the September 11 Memorial Dedication.
Check out these great events in support of our Donor Funds!
The Rockland Community Foundation distributed over
$78,000 in grants and scholarships