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Help Buffalo

Here are ways you can support the victims, their families, and our neighbors in the Buffalo community impacted by the racist mass shooting.

Collaborative Community Efforts

Buffalo Together Community Response Fund

The Buffalo Together Community Response Fund will address needs in our community beyond those directly affected.

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100% of net proceeds benefit the Buffalo Together Community Response Fund.

Food Support

FeedMore WNY

FeedMore is in need of non-perishable protein items, shelf-stable fruits and vegetables, beverages, snacks, toilet paper, personal care items, and diapers.

Food Donations – please make donations in reusable bags and check Instagram accounts for most up to date needs.

Buffalo Community Fridge

A volunteer-led network of community fridges dedicated to giving Buffalo communities access to fresh & healthy food. Please donate food and hygiene products only.

Rooted in Love

A nonprofit organization providing fresh produce, non-perishable food items and hygiene products to the homeless, impoverished, and those who are simply in need.

Feed Buffalo

Feed Buffalo is a Black woman-led organization that creates access to healthy food in a judgement-free space.

First Fruits Food Pantry

Please sign up for a shift by writing your name and email address and cell phone number. If the volunteer slot is already filled or blocked, please find another shift. (Note how many volunteers are needed for each shift).

Buffalo Go Green

Buffalo Go Green, Inc. provides services and training to under-served populations throughout Western New York while while fighting food injustice and providing fresh produce, food, and meals to the underserved population in our region.

Mental Health


The Regional Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health is proud to offer mental health, psychiatric, and substance use treatment services.

Crisis Services

Crisis Services is here, especially for our Black community members who are suffering in the wake of the Tops Market shooting on May 14th.

Mental Health Advocates of WNY

If you are looking for answers, we can help navigate the mental healthcare system and offer links to treatment and other support services.

WNY Community Mental Health Providers

Join us as we share our stories, our struggles and our successes. When we talk about mental health, we help everyone find their voice.

Overcoming Racism

National Federation of Just Communities

The National Federation of Just Communities grieves alongside its Western New York Affiliate, NFJC-WNY, and the Buffalo community in the wake of the racially motivated mass shooting in Buffalo.

Buffalo Urban League

Empowering African Americans, other minorities, and disadvantaged individuals to secure economic self-reliance, parity, power, and civil rights.


Peacemakers/Back to Basics Outreach Ministries

We are a centralized hub that provides special services for at-risk individuals, families, and groups.

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