Univera Healthcare Health Equity Awards Address Disparities

Univera Healthcare addresses health disparities in Western New York with new Health Equity Awards Nonprofit organizations are invited to apply beginning August 17 BUFFALO, NY-Recognizing structural racism as a driving force of health inequities and a barrier to its goal of health equity, Univera Healthcare invites nonprofit

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NEW! Urban Farm Day is FREE, Self-Guided, and Features 16 Area Urban Farms

Chat with urban farmers and enjoy a wide range of farms and activities including entire yards given over to gardens, pizzas cooked on site from the produce, a u-pick worm farm, entire yards given over to gardens, and culturally significant crops grown with and for neighbors –

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A Fun, Free Day at Canalside for Families

This year, Explore & More – The Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Children’s Museum’s annual Touch A Truck event returns! The Western New York community is invited to come and join in the fun at Canalside on August 28th from 10 AM-3 PM. Over 50 trucks will be

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Affordable Housing is Always in Demand

by Annette Pinder People Inc. is accepting applications for affordable available apartments and wait lists. All apartments include a kitchen with refrigerator, stove, dishwasher, utilities for water and garbage removal, on-site laundry facilities, safety features, air-conditioning, and on-site management. Some apartments are designed for individuals with mobility

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The Health of Buffalo’s Immigrants, Refugees, and Migrants

Watch a television show on July 14 and 17 to learn about the physical, mental, and sociological health of immigrants and why it affects all of us by Annette Pinder Each day, thousands of migrants, asylum seekers, and refugees make the difficult decision to leave their countries

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Putting Down Roots in Western New York: Providence Farm Collective

By Shannon Traphagen “When you have seeds, you can be self-sufficient, and see those seeds grow into food. When you have your own food, you don’t have to ask other people, the government, or social services for help. You can grow your own roots,” says Oro, one

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