We are privileged to serve a range of organizations whose work collectively will:
- improve the quality of life for at-risk youth;
- reduce crime;
- shelter homeless families;
- help immigrant & refugee populations;
- educate under-served populations;
- promote arts education and
- promote the community eco-system.
It's not an exaggeration to say that the work of our clients literally shapes our world. Each month we highlight one or more of our awesome clients.
SPOTLIGHT ON PARTNERS
Congratulations to our long-time partner James Giles, Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo's 2019 Cause Award Endowment Winner! Says Giles, "We take broken lives and give them hope." LINK TO VIDEO
The Buffalo Immigrant Leadership Team (aka BILT) is a new not-for-profit corporation working to train and empower strong immigrant & refugee leaders who, in turn, organize to pursue justice and equality for their communities.
NuLevel is thrilled to serve the only Women's Business Center in Western New York by providing group coaching to successful business owners. We like to say, "If multi-million-dollar athletes rely on coaches to improve, why shouldn’t entrepreneurs?" For information about the Master Advisory Group and/or other programs, go the WBC website at www.thewomensbusinesscenter.com.
Over 25 years’ time thousands of young lives fell through the cracks of the child welfare system. Homespace rose up to care of them: the traumatized children and the teenage moms. Still going strong, Homespace transforms lives two generations at a time by helping at-risk youth learn to be truly independent.
A new on-site mural by artist Mark Madden, honors the 25TH anniversary of the first shelter opened by the agency. Interweaving a message of hope, the work represents “beauty growing from beginnings in dark or murky waters.” Happy anniversary Homespace! (Image by BuffaloRising.com)
Dear Buffalo, NY homeowners, if you neglect to pay the tax man your house will end up on the auction block!
This year, delinquent property inventory was at a record low. Not because of a booming local economy but because city officials were more willing to help homeowners hold onto their property. Our client, The Western New York Law Center helped more than 100 homeowners work out payment plans - reducing the hardship for residents who may be suffering a temporary setback. Law Center attorney Amy Gathings – in an interview with WIVB News - recalled one client whose ability to pay was severely curtailed by medical issues. “Her only income is Social Security. She fell behind on both county and city taxes and we were able to help her negotiate with the county and the city to get her out of foreclosure.”
Our clients are national and local. Some prefer confidentiality and we must respect their wishes. For this reason, we do not post a blanket list of names and logos on our website. However, references are available upon request.