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Below, please find the latest news about the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, our clients, partners and grantees.
The Communities of Giving Legacy Initiative (CGLI) is now accepting nominations from the public for its third annual 2015 Pay It Forward Awards. Nominations for individuals and organizations are due Friday, September 18, 2015 at 5:00 p.m.
The Wyoming Foundation announces more than $13,000 in grants for local programs in education and arts.
Efforts of Read to Succeed Buffalo have attracted the attention of The Campaign for Grade-Level Reading, naming Buffalo a national “pacesetter community” for its progress in early care and education.
Applications due August 31, 2015.
The Ralph C. Wilson Jr., Foundation announces partner institutions.
Buffalo was honored today as a national Pacesetter Community for its measurable progress in addressing some of the barriers faced by economically disadvantaged children in becoming proficient readers.
Awards of over $38,000 were made to Western New York organizations that specialize in the arts and cultural sectors.
Organizations will team up with local healthcare system to begin feasibility study and project to benefit low-income children.
The William F. Thiel Fund grants awards of nearly $250,000 to six Wyoming County nonprofit organizations in the health services sector.
Community Foundation also unveils historic Kleinhans store photo album purchased by donors for new archive room
ATHENA Leadership Awards ceremony honors individuals in the Buffalo-Niagara Region that empower others and exemplifies strong leadership qualities.
The Wyoming Foundation is now accepting grant applications from Wyoming County nonprofit organizations for its 2015 grant cycle. Applications are due May 1, 2015.
The Niagara Area Foundation announce grant awards and 2015 council members and officers.
The Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo's Oliver G. & Sarah Sloan Bauman Fund for the Arts is now accepting grant applications. Applications are due April 15, 2015.
Students interact with role models who found careers at First Niagara as ‘Success Looks Like Me’ program provides insights into charting their future.