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A New Home For Action

Since 2007, our work has been dedicated to effecting lasting, positive change in our community. Created with the help of educators, students, volunteers, interns, and independent researchers, our rich body of reports, policy briefs, and fact sheets can now be found in the Buffalo Commons.

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January 20, 2017

The Public Good Speaks with Lindsay Heckler of the Center for Elder Law & Justice on Jan. 24

Be sure to tune in to the Public Good Tuesday at 1pm on WUFO MIX 1080AM. We will be speaking with Lindsay Heckler of the Center for Elder Law and Justice about the rights of our older friends and relatives. 

January 20, 2017

Sign Up to Call on Gov. Cuomo to Stand Up to Trump on Climate Change

From day one, the Trump administration plans to willfully ignore climate science and push our planet toward the brink of catastrophe. In the face of federal denialism, it's up to the great state of New York to help lead the fight to save the world.

January 13, 2017

Community Groups to Unveil their Policy Agenda for 2017

“This is democracy in action,” said Partnership for the Public Good co-director Lou Jean Fleron, as the group unveiled its 2017 Community Agenda in a festive event at the Merriweather Library. 

January 13, 2017

PPG's New Website

We are excited to share this new website with you. We think you will find it responsive, easy to navigate, filled with great content and tools, and beautifully designed. Thanks to a generous grant from the Western New York Foundation, we had the pleasure of working with White Bicycle and Ingenious …

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Buffalo Arts and Culture Organizations
Fruit Belt Neighborhood Asset Inventory
The Public Service Commission Should Deny National Fuel's Request for a Rate Hike
Inclusionary Zoning
West Side Study