The Chautauqua Gran Fondo is a community cycling event designed to promote health and well being for cyclists of all skill levels while raising funds for the following local non-profit organizations



What began with a small group of young musicians has evolved into a comprehensive visual and performing arts non-profit serving more than 2,000 students annually.

Infinity Visual and Performing Arts, Inc. is an innovative music and arts education program that fuses arts education, talent showcasing opportunities and mentorship for local youth.

Programming and benefits:

  • Music, art, dance, theater and literature experiences for ages birth through adult.

  • Classes stimulate memory and imagination

  • Creative activities provide a healthy outlet for emotions and ideas

  • Students are able to socialize with other creative peers in a safe, supportive and engaging environment.

The mission of Infinity Visual and Performing arts is cultivated by a team of dedicated adult mentors, community supporters and area music / arts professionals.

All Infinity programming is guaranteed to any student demonstrating a desire to pursue the visual or performing arts, regardless of their ability to pay.



For nearly 40 years, Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care has provided compassionate, expert end-of-life care to residents of Chautauqua County. CHPC’s hospice and palliative care services allow the seriously ill and their families to achieve the highest possible quality of life while directing their own treatment.

CHPC is the only Medicare-certified hospice provider in Chautauqua County. CHPC’s hospice care services are available to patients wherever they call home, including their own home, an assisted living facility, a nursing home or hospital.

In addition, CHPC’s community-based palliative care is available to individuals with serious illnesses who may also be undergoing curative treatment. This specialized medical field focuses on pain management and symptom control for people with serious illnesses, like COPD, cancer or Lou Gehrig’s Disease. The focus is on keeping the patient comfortable, at home and in control while reducing hospitalizations.

Contact Chautauqua Hospice & Palliative Care to find out how we can help.


The Crèche, Inc.

An all-volunteer organization of women devoted to fulfilling the basic needs of newborns and children up to 18 years of age who reside in the greater Jamestown area.

Services include:

  • hand-sewn baby clothing

  • children's clothing

  • cribs / beds

  • camperships

  • other children's necessities

  • holiday care packages - food, clothing and gifts to local families who need assistance

Crèche also provides annual support to the UPMC / WCA pediatric unit and adolescent mental health center.

To achieve their mission, Crèche collaborates with many local agencies to obtain referrals of families residing in the greater Jamestown area who are in need of assistance.

All funds are raised locally and spent locally.