Featured Stories

  • Bonita and Henry Durand

    May 29, 2020

    It was the 1960s and Bonita Cobb was in her middle school modern history class in Cincinnati, Ohio. She sat in front of a shy, athletic student named Henry

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  • NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo

    A handful of sharply dressed seventh grade boys shuffle into a bright classroom at NativityMiguel Middle School of Buffalo. Each one politely greets School President, Nancy Langer, and Board

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  • Pinto Family

    Generosity for Generations “Do you feel that what you do has meaning?” That is a question Priya Pinto recalls her late husband, Michael, asking her one morning, and something she

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  • George Rand

    Oct 4, 2019

    Generosity on Repeat In 1919, American soldiers were returning from World War I, prohibition was adopted and dial telephones were introduced. That same year, George F. Rand Sr., President of

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  • The Montante Family

    The Gift of Family For many Western New York families, generosity seems to be in their DNA, passed on from one generation to the next. From a young age, Carl

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