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Buffalo Bills Foundation teams up with Buffalo Go Green to present new Holistic Wellness and Agricultural Education Campus

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The Buffalo Bills Foundation is teaming up with Buffalo Go Green!

On May 20, the Bills Foundation announced a donation of $571,600 to support Buffalo Go Green's new Holistic Wellness and Agricultural Education Campus.

This campus is Buffalo Go Green's third location on the East Side and the City's first Holistic Wellness and Agricultural Education Campus. The Campus will beautify the neighborhood, offer nutrition education classes, an indoor hydroponic farm with an observation area, with holistic and sustainable practices and community-friendly events for all ages.

The Holistic Wellness and Agricultural Education Campus will also provide community space for events, meetings, and seminars directed to the needs of residents, along with Holistic practices including yoga, meditation, drumming, and more!

"The Buffalo Bills Foundation is proud to partner and support the transformational work of Buffalo Go Green," said Michelle Roberts, Executive Director, Buffalo Bills Foundation. "With a vision to address food injustice on the front lines and a commitment to a healthier community, this new Wellness campus is yet another positive step to improving food access and addressing inequities in our region."

Buffalo Bills Foundation partners with Buffalo Go Green to announce their new Holistic Wellness & Agricultural Campus and a gift of $571,000 to fund the community kitchen, May 20, 2024.

Learn more about the first phase of Buffalo Go Green's Campus project, including a teaching kitchen that offers local residents classes in nutrition, recipes, and hands-on cooking using fresh grown produce from Buffalo Go Green's new Hydroponic Farm.

"Underserved and disinvested communities are often located in areas of food apartheid where supermarkets are rare and residents' ability to purchase healthy food is restricted by limited transportation and low income," stated Allison DeHonney, Executive Director of Buffalo Go Green. "These factors force residents to rely on convenience stores and fast-food chains for nutrition. Lack of access to healthy food options and nutrition education can lead to diet-related diseases such as diabetes, hypertension, cardiovascular issues, obesity, and kidney malfunction."

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