For the Media
If you are a member of the media and would like more information, or if you would like to interview a member of the Community Foundation’s staff, email Catie Stephenson or call (716) 852-2857.
Below, please find the latest news about the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, our clients, partners and grantees.
World renowned violinist visits Buffalo and talks with students as part of the “Success Looks Like Me” program of the Communities of Giving Legacy Initiative, a fund of the Community Foundation of Greater Buffalo.
Members and allies of the Executives’ Alliance to Expand Opportunities for Men and Boys of Color release statement in observance of civil liberties and as a response to any demonstrations that may occur after the grand jury decision on the Michael Brown shooting.
The ‘Success Looks Like Me’ project exposes low-income kids to successful role models who have overcome poverty, family dysfunction and low self-esteem.
"Wipe Out Lead" launches with texting and billboard campaign.
About 50 officials met Wednesday to discuss the Thiel Fund’s future priorities, as part of the 2014 Wyoming County Health Care Forum.
The Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo will host the 2014 Wyoming County Healthcare Forum from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 8, at Byrncliff Resort and Conference Center, 2357 Humphrey Rd.
The Niagara Area Foundation will distribute $50,000 in grants to support health, human services, arts, civic, community development, education and environmental groups in Niagara County.
Philanthropic donors are getting an up-close and personal look at community programs as part of a day-long bus tour sponsored by the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo.
Wyoming County community health needs to be discussed at the 2014 Wyoming County Healthcare Forum Wednesday, October 8 from 4 p.m. - 6 p.m.
Community Foundation board chair, Gerard Mazurkiewicz, has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Michael H. Urbach, CPA Community Builders Award for his volunteerism work.
A local initiative aimed at reducing lead in residential housing received a $3.4 million federal boost this week from the U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development.
A collaboration and partnership to address lead-based paint hazards and health and safety issues County-wide.
Community Foundation Board Chair, Gerard Mazurkiewicz, honored as recipient of the 2014 Michael H. Urback CPA Community Builders Award.
Niagara Area Foundation grant applications are due October 15, 2014.
The Niagara County Solutions Forum: On-ramps to Success event hosted by the Niagara Area Foundation brings together local leaders, residents and professionals to try and identify a solution to some of the most critical issues in the county.