"The road to success is not crowded. Because while most are looking for ways to take, the truly successful people are finding ways to give. With a giving attitude, every situation is an opportunity for success."
Volunteering is an opportunity to give back to the community and help make a difference. Below learn about how y0u can become involved within the organization throughout our various departments.
Housing Department - Work alongside a case manager to keep up-to-date with clientele.
Educational Resources Department - Practice your tutoring skills and work with case managers to continue to educate clients on educational resources.
Food Pantry - Help organize and distribute food to community members through our in-house food pantry.
Executive Assistant - Keep supporters and donors up-to-date with mailings, writing letters, and developing events.
To find out more on how to Volunteer, please call the main number at (716) 856-7110.
"The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step..."
- Miyamoto Musashi
An organizaion thrives off the use of interns. We are able to take on more programs and do a better job because of them. Interns are given responsibilities to develop aspects of the organization that have not yet been created and contribute ideas allowing for a fresh look at current programs.
Non-paid internships are open for the spring, summer and fall semesters for credit/no credit.
Marketing and Events Intern: Organize and develop annual fundraising events, mass mailings, and continue support of fee-for-service programs.
Grantwriter Intern: Research and organize grants to support current and future programs and events within the organization.
Educational Resources Intern: Case management and needs assessments of clients within the program. Spanish bilingual preferred.
Housing Department Intern: Case management and needs assessments of clients within the housing programs. Spanish bilingual preferred.
For more information regarding internship opportunities, please call (716) 856-7110.
"The Latino population is Buffalo's poorest, 43.4 percent with income below poverty level."
- 2009 US Census Bureau