Alfred Z. Solomon Charitable Trust
The Alfred Z. Solomon Charitable Trust was established to benefit nonprofit scientific, medical, educational, cultural, religious, and charitable organizations by funding projects and programs in memory of the Trust’s founder, Alfred Z. Solomon. Mr. Solomon a leader in the fashion industry, horse racing enthusiast, and philanthropist. Mr. Solomon lived in Gansevoort N.Y. and New York City, he died September 4, 2004, at the age of 104, and founded this Trust in his Last Will and Testament.
The Alfred Z. Solomon Charitable Trust granted $2,500 to the South Glens Falls Education Foundation, Inc. to fund a professionally developed website.