Community Services

Premier Business

Buffalo Urban League
15 E.Genesee Street
Buffalo, New York 14203 US

  • Work: 716-854-7625

The Buffalo Urban League was established in 1927 by an interracial group of prominent citizens. They united to address the employment , housing , and social needs of African-Americans migrating from the South to the North and the various immigrant populations who had settled in the City of Buffalo.

Community Action Organization
70 Harvard Place
Buffalo, New York 14209 US

Catherine Roberts
  • Work: 716-881-5150
  • Fax: 716-881-2927

CAO was then designated as the official antipoverty agency for Erie County. Since its inception, CAO has had to struggle to survive while continuing to provide services, which encourage active citizen participation to affect educational, political, economic, and social change. Since its existence, the Community Action Organization has never lost sight of its original mandate "citizen participation." Citizen participation makes community action unique and is the one ingredient that makes elected officials responsive to the needs of a community.

Northwest Buffalo Community Center
205 Esser Avenue
Buffalo, New York 14207 US

  • Work: 716-874-0050

S.E.N.S.E.S. Foundation
360 Genesse St.
Buffalo, NY 14204 US

Dr. Curlane Jones-Brown
  • Work: 716-939-3520

The primary objective of The S.E.N.S.E.S. Foundation is to equip the youth of this region with the necessary knowledge and values that would give them the greatest opportunity to lead a happy, healthy and successful adulthood. The S.E.N.S.E.S.Foundation understands that this is a multi-layered and consistent process. We have constructed all of our functional objectives around the achievement of our aforementioned common goal. Each objective is written as an attainable cause and we have identified effects that the success of our program will directly have on the community.