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For Immediate Release September 21, 2020 Contact: Ryann Guglielmo, Dixon Schwabl ryann_guglielmo@dixonschwabl.com 585-899-3243  Community Partners Host Black Businesses Matter Workshops for Small Black- and Minority-Owned Businesses in Buffalo, NY Six live weekly webinars beginning week of Oct. 5; Free for attendees    [video width="1920" height="1080" mp4="https://caowny.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/09/BMM-15_Final_Caption.mp4"][/video] BUFFALO, N.Y. — Three organizations have partnered to host a series of free marketing workshops for small Black-...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 1, 2020 Contact: Shannon Polvino (716) 597-5188 shannon@thinkinsight.co President and CEO of the Community Action Organization of WNY, L. Nathan Hare Set to Retire (Buffalo, NY) - President and CEO of the Community Action Organization of Western New York (CAO), L. Nathan Hare, has announced plans to retire after serving the anti-poverty agency for 18 years. Hare...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE AUGUST 31, 2020 CONTACT: SHANNON POLVINO (716) 597-5188 SHANNON@THINKINSIGHT.CO    CAO of WNY Adds to their Leadership Team (BUFFALO, NY) - The Community Action Organization of WNY (CAO) has hired two employees who will be part of their leadership team. Both employees bring a wealth of experience and knowledge to CAO which will help the organization make an even...

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE August 14, 2020 Contact: Paul D. Maurer (716) 553-4061 paul@PDMMarketingMedia.com Buffalo Learning Enrichment Television program announced Special program of distance learning targets families affected by digital divide BUFFALO, NY – On Monday, a series of half-hour courses will premiere, designed to help students from kindergarten through twelfth grade receive distance learning instruction because they are lacking internet or computer...

The Community Action Organization of Western New York has a new program to assist low-income seniors in the city of Buffalo, thanks to funding from the federal government’s COVID-19 stimulus bill. CAO’s Senior Care Program will offer a transportation service for grocery shopping, food delivery and errands, as well as activity kits, housing assistance and virtual...