Corning Incorporated Foundation Website – Photo Credits
Photo credits are by website page and listed top-to-bottom and left-to-right.
Home: 1) Credit not required; 2) A Corning employee paints a playground for a team project supporting Habitat for Humanity, Corning, N.Y. 3) The Community Art Center’s Youth Ceramics Program lets children build creativity while working with clay. Photo from summer camp 2016, Danville, K.Y. 4) A student uses the A.J. Read Science Discovery Center at SUNY Oneonta, Oneonta, N.Y. 5) A Corning employee prepares for construction at a Habitat for Humanity project, Durham, N.C. 6) Latin American dancers fill Centerway Square with color and movement, Corning, N.Y. 7) Corning employees paint a fence as part of a team project, Corning, N.Y. 8) Credit not required.
What we do-home: 1) Finnish-American community members put traditions on display at The Old Time Fiddlers Gathering and Folk Arts Festival, organized by ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes, Watkins Glen, N.Y. (photo by Chris Walters) 2) Merrimack Valley Food Bank partners with community groups to provide food, Lowell, M.A. 3) Corning employees help staff Rochester Institute of Technology SMASH Experience for Girls, Rochester, N.Y.
What we do-education: 1) Monroe Community College leaders meet with students in the Optics classroom, Rochester, N.Y. 2) Students build skills at RSU 21 Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival, Kennebunk, M.E. 3) Phoenix Hometown Hires graduates from the Nine-Month Life Skills Program help build community stability, Wilmington, N.C.
What we do-education impact: 1) Monroe Community College student experiments with optics, Rochester, NY.
What we do-human services: 1) Children savor a tasty meal at 2017 Stop Summer Hunger – “YMCA site”- Food Bank of Central & Eastern North Carolina, Wilmington, N.C. 2) A new Corning employee volunteers at the Food Bank of the Southern Tier, Corning, N.Y. 3) Corning employees assemble disaster relief kits for communities hit by flooding, Corning, N.Y.
What we do-human services impact: 1) The “Neighbors in Need” program at Warm Hearth Village helps more than 100 residents monthly, Blacksburg, V.A.
What we do-culture: 1) Rafael Grigorian Ballet Theatre’s Resident Company performs The Nutcracker at Clemens Center, Elmira, N.Y. 2) 10 Years of a New Morgan Celebration, The Morgan Library & Museum, 2016. (Photo by Da Ping Luo, New York, N.Y.) 3) Regular gallery openings at 171 Cedar Arts Center’s Houghton Gallery are popular with the community, Corning, NY.
What we do-culture impact: 1) Artful, an annual event for 171 Cedar Arts Center, draws supporters of the arts, Corning, N.Y.
What we do-volunteerism: 1) Corning employees pack holiday food products at the Corning Food Pantry as part of United Way of the Southern Tier Day of Caring, Corning, N.Y. 2) Corning volunteer builders assemble floor joists at a Habitat for Humanity service project, Durham, N.C. 3) Corning employees support United Way of the Southern Tier Day of Caring by sorting non-perishable supplies, Corning, N.Y.
What we do-volunteerism impact: 1) Corning employees build 500 “Battalion Buddies” for military families, Corning, N.Y. 2) In support of United Way of the Southern Tier, Corning employee volunteers pack donated supplies for kindergarten students, Corning, N.Y.
Who we are-home: 1) Credit not required 2) The Southern Tier’s Mobile Food pantry delivers healthy food throughout the Food Bank of the Southern Tier’s six-county service area. (Photo by Maria Strinni, Elmira, N.Y.) 3) Nearly 100 Corning employees partnered with Habitat for Humanity and the Southside Neighborhood Association on a service project at a community playground, Corning, N.Y.
Who we are-mission/vision: 1) The Science & Discovery Center brings STEM subjects to life through science lessons that fit with state learning standards, Corning, N.Y. 2) Employees spend a day volunteering at Chemung County Child Care Council, Inc. as part of United Way of the Southern Tier Day of Caring, Corning, N.Y.
Who we are-history: 1) Credit not required 2) A child practices reading and literacy activities provided in a United Way of the Southern Tier “Track Pack,” assembled by volunteers, Corning, N.Y.
Who we are-financial: 1) A teacher and student work on writing skills through a program supported by United Way of the Southern Tier’s “Kids on Track” initiative, Corning, N.Y. ) At 171 Cedar Arts Center, budding ceramics artists build new creations, Corning, N.Y.
Who we are-leadership: 1) Market Street, at the heart of Corning, N.Y., is home to Corning Incorporated Foundation’s offices. 2) Trustee photo by Jason Tighe 3) Officers photo by Jason Tighe 4) Staff photo by Jason Tighe
How we give-home: 1) Family ceramics classes at the Community Arts Center encourage creativity and positive parent-child relationships. (Photo from winter 2017 “Mudslingers” art class, Danville, K.Y.) 2) A Corning employee paints a replica of the Little Joe Tower at a community service project with Southside Neighborhood Association, Corning, N.Y.
How we give-grants: 1) Catawba Valley Community College (CVCC) Foundation, Inc. hosts a reception for Corning representatives as the College President and Foundation Chairman announce a grant from Corning Incorporated Foundation. This grant will purchase cutting-edge technology for the CVCC School of Business, Industry, and Technology, Hickory, N.C. 2) An award winner celebrates at Voice!, an annual juried art exhibition by Arc Otsego featuring more than 60 artists, Otsego, N.Y.
How we give-grants themes: 1) Newton Conover Middle School promotes building technical skills at “STEM Connection Night,” Newton, N.C.
How we give-grants required information: 1) A student participates in a hands-on Science & Discovery Center summer STEM lesson, Corning, N.Y.
How we give-matching gifts: 1) The Merrimack Valley Food Bank distributes fresh produce in its Community Market program, free to residents of partnering Lowell housing developments, Lowell, M.A.
How we give-dollars for doers: 1) Volunteers work on a house with Habitat for Humanity York County, Kennebunk, M.E. 2) Volunteers leave a note for the future homeowners at a Habitat for Humanity York County service project, Kennebunk, M.E.
How we give-volunteer opportunities: 1) Corning employees volunteer at Lackawanna Trail in partnership with United Way of Southern Tier Day of Caring, Corning, N.Y. 2) Corning volunteers repaint a hop-scotch course at Elmira’s Born Learning Trails, Elmira, N.Y.
65th anniversary home: 1) A Girl Scout illustrates her experience at the 2017 solar eclipse, part of Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts’ solar eclipse party at Camp Cedar Hill, Waltham, M.A. (Photo from Girls Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts/Mae Beerman) 2) Credit not required.