Every day, 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;
- assist immigrant & refugee populations;
- educate under-served populations;
- promote art education;
- promote the community eco-system and local farmers;
- provide advocacy & financial security for those in the teaching professions as well as other community service professions.
Our clients are national and local. Some prefer confidentiality; some have strict use guidelines for trademarks in advertising and we must respect their wishes. For these reasons, we shall refrain from listing client names and logos here (although references are always available upon request).
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.
Our client, Buffalo Suzuki Strings, offers a fantastically successful music education program patterned after Dr. Suzuki’s philosophy that any child can learn to play an instrument when the environment surrounding the child is supportive in the most positive way. See for yourself as you experience the joy of students, ages 3 to 18 years old, on violin, viola, cello, piano, classical guitar and harp!
WHAT: The BPO Spotlight Concert is a pre-BPO-concert event performed by the youth of Buffalo Suzuki Strings
WHEN: 1:30 to 2:15pm February 11, 2018
WHERE: Mary Seaton Room, Kleinhans Music Hall
NuLevel is proud to help with the leadership transition for the Western New York affiliate of the national Young Audiences network. Young Audiences of WNY advances both teaching and learning in the arts by:
- Bringing meaningful arts experiences into the lives of children to improve their educational attainment;
- Connecting young people with professional artists in schools, community centers, and out-of-school-time programs;
- Expanding the capacity of teachers, artists & cultural organizations to harness the power of the arts in education and learning in and through the arts.
The Women's Business Center (WBC) renewed its NuLevel service agreement for the 2017-18 season and kicked off its new year by moving into a new home! On October 5, 2017, the Center's HQ moved from Demerly Hall to Science Hall on Canisius College Campus; a move that allows the WBC to be more integrated with the School of Business, faculty and students with a goal to bring more joint opportunities to women in business. If you are a Western New York woman business-owner or a woman who is serious about becoming an entrepreneur, check out the many events and programs offered by the nonprofit WBC in its new home inside Science Hall on campus at Canisius College. Maybe we'll see you there!