Your gift directly to our Foster Care and Adoption Services Fund supports the real needs of children in care and the families who are currently providing safe, loving homes. Gifts are also used to recruit and certify new families who are willing to step up to help in times of need.
A portion of every registration supports technology needs for the littlest learners at our Therapeutic Preschool. Can’t make it but still want to help? You can make a donation of any amount below to help with our goal.
Funds awarded from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo work to increase student access to licensed mental health professionals in school-based settings Gateway Longview’s Behavioral Health Services was recently awarded grant funds from the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo to support mental health programming for students in select Buffalo Public Schools. In collaboration with Say
Over 1,200 music enthusiasts from across WNY will eat, drink, and enjoy the best talent Buffalo has to offer during the region’s premier charitable blues event to support 3,600 WNY children and families served annually by Gateway Longview. Tickets include a local, star-studded four-hour concert and official after party at Buffalo Iron Works, refreshments from Labatt,
Our Spring 2016 newsletter is in mailboxes today! Click here to read it now. Inside you’ll find… OneBuffalo coming together for foster children, Staff and volunteers going beyond the call of duty, and We are celebrating 10+ years… and we are Gateway Longview! Stay in the know! Sign up to receive our monthly e-newsletter here!
Thankful for YOU this holiday season! Thank you, SEFCU! …for adopting six residential cottages Our friends at SEFCU went above and beyond to make the holidays bright for youth residing in our six residential cottages over the holidays. SEFCU staff collected donations throughout the year and raised enough money to purchase six video game consoles
From Campus to the Football Field: Going the Extra Mile to Mentor Youth Every Saturday during football season, Iverson, a 14-year-old youth resident in Gateway’s Witham Cottage, takes the important lessons he’s learned from his mentor, Adam, and passes them on to a team of young boys not much younger than him. He is confident, encouraging and
Our agency continues to make great progress financially, becoming more efficient and reducing expenses through prudent financial management. With continued hard work, a bright financial future beckons. As we embark upon our 125th year of serving children and families in Western New York, we remain humbled and grateful for the dedication of generous supporters like
In The Know, our monthly email newsletter, captures highlights from the month of May, including: Kinship Caregiver Program Awarded Grant from NY State, Routine Audit Shows Therapeutic Preschool is Shining Bright, and Buffalo Bills Courage House is one-of-a-kind for WNY… Click here to read In The Know: May 2015.