A collective of buffalo organizations are looking to collaborate with community members to address clean mobility issues throughout the East Side of Buffalo.
Open Buffalo is collaborating with a professor and Environmental Science Ph.D. to test the soil of homes within a half-mile radius of the previous General Motors and American Axel Site; in labs at Buffalo State University.
The Emerging Leaders Program is changing the face of leadership and decision-making in our communities. It is distinguished by its unique focus on leadership for justice and social change, as well as our community of alumni and mentors.
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On February 28, Open Buffalo’s Youth Action team led a civic engagement training, “Train for a Change,” for the Erie-Niagara AHEC PATCH Teen Educators.
Reflecting on the past 12 months, 2022 hardened Open Buffalo's resolve to build community resilience, increased our capacity to love, and inspired us to double down on strengthening and uplifting the individuals who suffer racial, economic, and ecological injustices everyday. Our team invites you to explore what that looked like in action last year.
Heart of The City Neighborhood Inc. (HOCN) and Open Buffalo seek a Stakeholder Liaison to assure project connection with and representation of communities of people living in Buffalo’s East Side for a green mobility initiative. Responses to this RFP must be received by 12pm, March 23, 2023.
Heart of The City Neighborhood Inc. (HOCN) and Open Buffalo seek a communications team to shape branding, public relations, and marketing for a community-based 2.5 year campaign focused on green mobility in Buffalo’s East Side.
Join Open Buffalo this June for a weeklong Community Organizing Boot Camp, in which we will train young leaders between the ages of 14-24 in a variety of Organizing skills and tactics.
Open Buffalo statement on the Colorado Springs, CO shootings