Community groups often need accessible, affordable spaces for events and meetings.
Our new directory offers a list of event and meeting spaces sorted by size. Entries include the contact information and street address for each venue, as well as details on cost, catering, capacity, and parking.
Cornell University students and area civic leaders came together
for a panel on public service on Saturday, June 23, at WBFO
studios. The undergraduates are in Buffalo for the High Road
Fellowship, a Cornell in Buffalo program that brings Cornellians to
the City of Good Neighbors for summer …
This Sunday, July 1 marks the fourth annual Tennis for the Public Good tournament, a benefit for PPG. Please take a moment to make a donation in honor of one of the players or for the whole great team.
PPG's Executive Director, Sam Magavern, was featured in WBFO's news
article discussing the disturbing levels of lead in the city of
Buffalo. The article reveals that there are three zip codes in the
city of Buffalo that have children testing positive for lead in
their bloodstream at high rates. The …
On May 7, 2018, PPG released a report on A Brief History of
Segregation in Buffalo for the Open Buffalo Innovation
Lab. This policy report was drafted by Anna Blatto, a
senior at the University at Buffalo. It explores the history of
segregation in Buffalo and offers policy suggestions …
By Aaron Besecker | Published Sun, May 6, 2018
As the Buffalo Police Department gets closer to equipping officers with body-worn cameras, a local advocacy group and think tank has urged the department to engage the community before finalizing its internal policy surrounding body-camera use.
WBFO will host a Facebook Live event at 7 pm Wednesday, May 9, on
housing and the legacy of discriminatory policies in Buffalo and
cities across the United States. “Housing in Black and White” is
part of the station’s “Community Conversations on Racial Equity”
This Good Food policy report was drafted by Jessica Gilbert,
research associate at PPG and PhD Candidate in the University at
Buffalo’s Department of Geography. It provides an initial overview
of the current status of school food at Buffalo Public Schools and
many of the ongoing school food …