Buffalo Say Yes to Education

Buffalo Say Yes to Education Say Yes Buffalo has combined the Buffalo Public School District, Say Yes Higher Education Compact partner colleges, Say Yes to Education, Inc., the City of Buffalo, Erie County, and a varied group of Buffalo area corporate, non-profit, and charitable organizations together to organize people, time, money and resources to provide year-round aid to Buffalo Public School District students throughout their K-12 schooling and beyond.

Say Yes recognizes the daunting challenges faced by children living in poverty, and believes children can overcome these challenges when given significant, holistic support.

Mission: Non-Profit education foundation committed to increasing high school and college graduation rates for Buffalo's youth.

Untitled Album
10/14/2012

Untitled Album

SAY YES 4TH GRADE STUDENTS
10/07/2012

SAY YES 4TH GRADE STUDENTS

Buffalo Say Yes to Education's cover photo
10/07/2012

Buffalo Say Yes to Education's cover photo

10/02/2012

Mission
Non-Profit education foundation committed to increasing high school and college graduation rates for Buffalo's youth.

Company Overview
Say Yes Buffalo has combined the Buffalo Public School District, Say Yes Higher Education Compact partner colleges, Say Yes to Education, Inc., the City of Buffalo, Erie County, and a varied group of Buffalo area corporate, non-profit, and charitable organizations together to organize people, time, money and resources to provide year-round aid to Buffalo Public School District students throughout their K-12 schooling and beyond.

Description
Say Yes recognizes the daunting challenges faced by children living in poverty, and believes children can overcome these challenges when given significant, holistic support.

General Information
In 1990, George Weiss made a promise to 112 sixth graders at the Belmont School, located in Philadelphia that he would pay for their college educations once they made it through high school. Twenty years later five other chapters were founded: Cambridge, Bryant, Harlem, Syracuse and Buffalo are among the communities who has help aid the success of our younger generation.

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712 Main St
Buffalo, NY
14202

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In 1990, George Weiss made a promise to 112 sixth graders at the Belmont School, located in Philadelphia that he would pay for their college educations once they made it through high school. Twenty years later five other chapters were founded: Cambridge, Bryant, Harlem, Syracuse and Buffalo are among the communities who has help aid the success of our younger generation.

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