Community: Workshop to Help Non-Profit Groups Apply for Funding
Legislator Miller-Williams will host the 3rd annual ‘Accessing Erie County Funding Workshop’ for non-profit groups and community members to learn the process of applying for Erie County funding! Get the details here!
The FREE workshop will be tomorrow, February 24th from 10 am from 1:30 pm at Buffalo Central Library at 1 Lafayette Square. The workshop will assist non-profits groups with the process of applying for Erie County funding. Legislator Miller-Williams has partnered with Erie County Youth Bureau, Erie County Senior Services, Erie County Environment and Planning, United Way, and Arts and Services Initiative of Western New York to provide them with knowledge and tools that can be used to access funding through Erie County and other philanthropic lenders.
For more information about funding application deadlines or to RSVP, please contact the 1st Legislative District Office via phone at (716) 842-0490, in person at 427 William Street, Buffalo, NY 14204 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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