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Below, please find the latest news about the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, our clients, partners and grantees.
City of Buffalo, Erie County, Buffalo Public Schools & Community Foundation Announce New Lead Effort
Marking “National Lead Poisoning Prevention Week,” new Wipe Out Lead billboards, and interior bus advertisements, were unveiled and new lead education flyers were distributed.
Working with the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo has helped Dr. Granger honor his wife while helping other individuals throughout the Greater Buffalo region.
Niagara Area Foundation grant applications are due October 17, 2016.
charitySTRONG supports the recruitment and development of strong and diverse boards for nonprofit organizations.
A group of local students participate in activities to expand their knowledge of government and democracy through the Communities of Giving Legacy Initiative's Close Up Washington, D.C. Experience
A daughter's wish for a lasting legacy lives on through awards to local arts organizations.
The Community Foundation is grateful for the more than 100 Change Makers who have designated their endowments to address the changing needs of our community overtime.
A love for animals and a deep connection to the Western New York community that will continue to be recognized for generations to come.
The Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo announced today that nineteen organizations from across Western New York received grants from endowment funds created to carry on Ralph C. Wilson, Jr.’s legacy of giving and visionary leadership.
The Bell Fund was created to ensure a legacy that works for Western New York now and always.
Michael R. Butler & Glenys Maschoff Butler share their personal and inspirational story that is helping to make a difference in the region, forever.
Local youth-serving organizations are encouraged to apply by August 31, 2016.
Congratulations to Community Foundation President/CEO, Clotilde Perez-Bode Dedecker and all current and former board members who were named Western New York's Most Powerful Women.
The Community Foundation host leaders from the Mexican philanthropic community for a two-day learning exchange that focused on philanthropy and community impact.
The Yahoo Community Benefit Fund awards grants totaling more than $245,000 to 11 Niagara County organizations for the 2016 granting year.