Buffalo Federation of Neighborhood Centers
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Your time, commitment, and talent matter. Connect with what matters to you. 

Donate

Give to BFNC and help us achieve our mission. 

We make it easy. Pay by credit card or debit card, or use your PayPal account. 


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 Volunteer

BFNC has lot's of ways you can volunteer your time. Whether it be assisting a senior with accessing the help they need; helping hard working individuals get the money they deserve in our Free Income Tax Preparation Program; working as a one-on-one HOPE Coach to assist someone achieve their financial goals; beautifying a neighborhood; or volunteering at one of our events, BFNC can link you to work that matters to you. 

If you are interested in volunteering, please contact us to find out how you can help. 
 

Donor Designation through the United Way

Anyone may choose to designate all or a portion of their total gift directly to BFNC. The United Way of Buffalo & Erie County does not charge a fundraising fee on designated contributions.   

Write Buffalo Federation of Neighborhood Centers, Inc., code 0461, and amount designated on the pledge form.

For payroll pledges that are rolled over or continued into the new year, the United Way will not automatically designate Campaign gifts to a previously designated agency.  If a donor wishes to designate their gift to BFNC, you should:  a) complete a new pledge form or submit his pledge through ePledge; b) write a letter to the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County, Attn:  Pledge Services, 742 Delaware Avenue, Buffalo, NY 14209; or c) send an email to customerservice@uwbec.org.   
 

Donate through State and Federal Campaigns

If you are a New York State or federal employee, the State Employees Federated Appeal (SEFA) and the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) are two ways to donate to BFNC. To learn more and sign up for these campaigns, contact Marilyn Wilson, Federated Campaigns Manager, 887-2632.

For more information please visit the United Way's website