Adopt An Angel

Adopt An Angel 2020


Gateway Longview’s Adopt-an-Angel program provides Christmas gifts for children and families in our care.


When you "Adopt-An-Angel," you're giving the gift of hope to children, teenagers, and young adults and their families in need during the holiday season. Year after year, we’re thankful for the many businesses, churches, and community groups whose gifts and support offer holiday cheer for hundreds of children in Western New York.


This year, Gateway Longview is opening up this opportunity to the public! If you or your organization would like to leave a lasting mark on a child's Christmas, consider adopting an angel through the purchase of a gift card from Walmart, Target, Amazon or a local grocery like Tops or WegmansIn order to best fulfill our angels Christmas wishlists, it is suggested that gift card amounts range from $30 - $70, but we ask that you spend as much or as little as you are comfortable with…all denominations will be accepted and are appreciated!

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Each gift leaves a lasting impact for our youth, from preschool through high school, to teens and young adults. Last year alone, Gateway Longview partnered with over 40 groups from across Western New York to fulfill nearly 1,000 gifts. Simply fill out the form below!


Past Adopt-An-Angel Partners

1st Priority Mortgage; Amherst Presbyterian Church; Benderson Development; Burdett UMC; Campus Labs; Candy Apple Café; Cassie Miller & Friends; Christ UMC Clarence Center; Akron Mennonite; Clarence UMC; Eichinger Family; Elma UMC; Erie County Dept of Mental Health; Evolve Practice Partners; Faith UMC; Frontier Science; Gloria Martin & Friends; HUNT Real Estate; Ingram Micro; Kaleida Health-Center for Laboratory Medicine; Kenmore UMC; Key Bank; Life Storage; M&T Bank- Merchant Services Division; Marilyn Kobza Family; Middleport UMC; Nardin Montessori School; Nottingham Advisors; Nutrablend Foods; PCB Piezotronics; Praxair; Rotary Club of Williamsville; Schwartz Family; St. John’s Lutheran Church; Summer Street Capital; Try-It Distributing; Unitarian Universalist Church Amherst; University at Buffalo Community Relations Dept; Watermark Wes-leyan; Williamsville UMC.

Adopt An Angel Interest Form

Once this form has be filled out, a representative from Gateway Longview will be in touch. All donations must be received by Monday, November 23rd and be mailed or dropped off to the Gateway Longview Foundation at 6350 Main Street Williamsville, NY 14221

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Other Ways To Participate

Gateway Longview is also accepting donations for Adopt-An-Angel through  money gifts in any denomination and in-kind donations. Check donations can be made out to Gateway Longview Foundation and sent to 6350 Main Street Williamsville NY 14221. You can also give online below.

Give Year Round

Gateway Longview is a non-profit human services organization established in 1890 that provides comprehensive programs focused on behavioral health, community-based services, residential treatment, and special education programs to nearly 5,000 children and families annually throughout Western New York.  Driven by core values of Integrity, Safety, Empowerment, Diversity and Collaboration through a trauma-informed lens to care, Gateway Longview is committed to working together to protect, to give hope, and to enrich the lives of every child and family we serve.


Click here to learn more about monthly and annual giving.

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Get Involved

Whether you're able to give two hours during a one-time visit, or two hours once a month to spend time with youth in care, you can be sure that your time is invested well. So much of what volunteers accomplish at Gateway Longview would not be feasible without the donated time, passion, and commitment of our community.



Unrestricted gifts provide for moments that mean the most. As part of Gateway Longview Foundation's yearly pledge to support Agency programs, your donation helps with needs like winter coats, bus tokens, bike helmets, art supplies, cots for preschool, finding safe homes for kids in foster care, events for kinship families, parent training programs and more.