Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo

The Wyoming Foundation Announces More Than $13,000 for its 2015 Grant Cycle

Aug 13, 2015 | Posted in News

WARSAW, NY -- The Wyoming Foundation, a division of the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo, today announced awards totaling more than $13,000 to 11 local nonprofit organizations for its 2015 grant cycle. Grants are awarded to Wyoming County programs that build upon the education-to-jobs pipeline for county youth and/or increase awareness of the county’s arts and cultural gems.

“On behalf of the Wyoming Foundation Council, we are pleased to provide grants to these eleven outstanding organizations,” said Wyoming Foundation Council Chair, Scott Gardner. “It is because of our community’s generous support and the deep commitment of those who have established funds with the Foundation, that we are able to make the awards. We thank the community and look forward to seeing all of the positive impact that will benefit the citizens of Wyoming County by these grants.”

The 2015 Wyoming Foundation grant recipients include:

* Arts Council for Wyoming County

  • Buffalo Audubon Society
  • Wyoming County Business Education Council
  • Cornell Cooperative Extension of Wyoming County
  • Crossroads House
  • Eagle Free Library
  • Friends of the Warsaw Public Library
  • Girl Scouts of WNY
  • Perry Public Library
  • Warsaw Historical Society
  • Wyoming Free Circulating Library Association

The Wyoming Foundation was established in 1974 by Dr. James MacCallum as a means to strengthen the quality of life in Wyoming County by encouraging charitable giving, assessing and responding to the community’s changing needs, and serving as a springboard for local charitable activities. Since then, the Wyoming Foundation has actively supported cultural, educational and human services programs throughout the county. The Wyoming Foundation became a division of the Community Foundation in the fall of 2007 and in 2012, introduced a Needs Assessment to Wyoming County residents that identified education and an increased awareness of the county’s arts and cultural treasures as its two priority areas.

The Wyoming Foundation awards are made possible by gifts and bequests from numerous individuals and groups to serve and benefit the residents of Wyoming County. For more information about the Wyoming Foundation’s granting process, please visit

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