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The latest news, spotlights on our grantees and donors, and occasional commentary about what's happening at Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation and around our four-county region.

Remembering Judy Grunberg
By Darryl Gangloff / September 5, 2019 / General
We note with sadness the death of Judy Grunberg, a generous pillar of the Columbia County community and member of the Berkshire Taconic family for more than 20 years.

Joseph R. Baker Named Vice President of Berkshire Taconic
By Darryl Gangloff / August 9, 2019 / News & Announcements
In his new role, Baker oversee finances, investments, human resources and operations for BTCF.

Making a Dent in Student Debt
By Justin Burke / July 26, 2019 / Philanthropy
One Berkshire County donor is inspired to help ease the financial burden of MCLA students.

Contributing to Impact through Strategic Learning
By Tim Wilmot / July 11, 2019 / Strategy, Evaluation & Learning
Tim Wilmot, BTCF's director of strategy, evaluation and learning, shares our efforts to better know and grow the impact of our grants, programs and strategic priorities.

Supporting Seniors in Columbia County
By Justin Burke / June 25, 2019 / News & Announcements
The Fund for Columbia County has made one-time grants to help seniors exercise, socialize and age in place.

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Berkshire Delegation Shares Budget Updates, Forecasts with Nonprofit Community at Virtual Event

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Berkshire Delegation Shares Budget Updates, Forecasts with Nonprofit Community at Virtual Event

A meeting held January 11 let nonprofit leaders air concerns and gain updates on government relief.

Remembering Virginia Stanton Smith

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Remembering Virginia Stanton Smith

BTCF mourns the death of a former board chair and cherished friend.

Tasia Cheng-Chia Wu of Berkshire School Wins $10,000 Kapteyn Prize

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Tasia Cheng-Chia Wu of Berkshire School Wins $10,000 Kapteyn Prize

The beloved music instructor has been awarded the 12th annual award for excellence in teaching.

Remembering Rhoda Lubalin, Who Helped Students Pursue Careers in the Arts

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Remembering Rhoda Lubalin, Who Helped Students Pursue Careers in the Arts

With sadness, we share that Berkshire Taconic fundholder and volunteer Rhoda Lubalin of Amenia died on Oct. 19 at the age of 98. For 30 years, her scholarship fund has supported Webutuck High School graduates who intend to study visual arts.

Poet Dan Albergotti Enjoys Productive Solitude of Clampitt Residency

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Poet Dan Albergotti Enjoys Productive Solitude of Clampitt Residency

Dan Albergotti of South Carolina is the 28th recipient of the Amy Clampitt residency, which provides poets and literary scholars with the time to focus exclusively on their work.

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