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Below, please find the latest news about the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, our clients, partners and grantees.
With a goal toward supporting Niagara County workforce needs, the Niagara Area Foundation will host a forum aimed at strengthening career paths.
The Niagara County Solutions Forum: On-ramps to Success will be presented Thursday, September 18, 2014 at Niagara County Community College.
Buffalo welcomed the opportunity to say “yes” – and hope has been ignited! First-year outcomes indicate an 8-percentage point increase in high school graduation (the largest in the district’s recent history) and a 9-percentage point increase in college matriculation rates.
Residents, community leaders and healthcare professionals are encouraged to attend on October 8, 2014.
Fueled by a number of public-private partnerships and economic development efforts, the Greater Buffalo region have begun to attract the attention of large foundations and investment firms looking to create more impact with their dollars.
Area youth were given the chance to explore careers in the medical field during the HealthWORKS program at the Wyoming County Community Hospital, a program made possible by the Wyoming Foundation.
The Perry Family Literacy Center has recently received multiple grants that will help the organization expand and offer more programs to young readers.
The Niagara Area Solutions Forum will convene residents, local funders and the public & private sectors to examine Niagara County's cradle to career pipeline.
The cooperation and recent track record of Buffalo’s economic development efforts has caught the eye of an unlikely source of investment capital: national charitable foundations.
Community Foundation grant help fund gardens at city schools.
Developers have pledged 10 percent of the profits from the luxury apartments being built at the former Phoenix Brewery building in Buffalo to the Say Yes educational program.
Explore & More Children's Museum announces several generous gifts from local foundations.
The Niagara Area Foundation help to sponsor a week-long STEM science camp.
Children and teachers taking part in the University at Buffalo curriculum will experience the "magic of music" in weekly music/movement sessions guided by music teaching artists.
Grants totaling more than $400,000 have been awarded to 20 local non-profit organizations by the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo