Central New York Events


Raising Awareness Through Local Community Events

One of the best ways to advance the mission of The Baldwin Fund is to get more people involved. We have seen what our local Central New York community can do when it comes together. Through community events, we can continue the important work of raising awareness about breast cancer risks; sharing information on the latest scientific breakthroughs in the fight against breast cancer; fundraising to help continue research endeavors working to find a cure, and providing real support for community members touched by breast cancer.

Baldwin Cider Ride

  • July 30th
  • 09:00 am
  • Beak & Skiff Apple Orchards

Gillie Girl Triathlon

  • July 31st
  • 06:00 am
  • Veterans Memorial Park at Gillie Lake

Aiming Fore The Cure

  • September 18th
  • 07:30 am & 01:00 pm
  • Highland Park Golf Club

Syracuse Bicycle Awareness Ride

  • October 1st
  • 08:00 am
  • Green Lakes State Park

Apple Festival Parking

  • October 8th & 9th
  • 07:00 am
  • Ballweg & Lunsford Funeral Home

Annual Gala & Dinner

  • November 4th
  • 06:00 pm
  • Marriott Syracuse Downtown

Support Us At These Community Events

Maple Road Boyz Cruise-In

Every Tuesday Evening at Clay Park Central, May 3rd – Oct 4th, 4-8 pm.

Syracuse Nationals

Join us at the Syracuse Nationals and help raise money for Breast Cancer Research July 15th – 17th.

New York State Fair

Visit our booth in the Science & Industry building at the Great New York State Fair from August 24th – September 5th.

Maple Road Boyz Cruise-In

Finding a cure for breast cancer

is impossible without research

At The Baldwin Fund, our mission is to collaborate with local businesses and community members to raise funds for breast cancer research at Upstate Medical University in Syracuse, New York.


Research Grants

Since 2001, The Baldwin Fund has provided more than 60 grants to support research programs led by Upstate Medical University

Our partners

We thank our partners who are making an impact to end breast cancer.