• Pints, Pads, and Packing

    What do pints, pads, and packing have to do with one another? It’s the B Team’s annual series of events to help Buffalo’s homeless population! We are continuing our partnership with the Matt Urban Hope Center, and will be working hard to ensure that their homeless outreach programming is stocked with the supplies it needs. […]

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  • Third Annual Send Hunger Packing was Our Biggest Yet!

    Thank you to all of the volunteers who came out on a rainy Dyngus Day this past March 28th to help out with Send Hunger Packing! Over 400 small bags of trail mix were put together this year. In addition, volunteers helped to sort toiletries into boxes and packed bags of feminine hygiene products for […]

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  • Send Hunger Packing

    The recent Pints & Pads Happy Hour, in partnership with Planned Parenthood of Central and Western New York’s REAL Program and AmeriCorps Alums Buffalo, raised 80 boxes of pads and tampons and over $135 for personal care products to benefit Send Hunger Packing. On Monday, March 28th from 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm, volunteers are […]

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  • Send Hunger Packing Recap

    On Monday, March 29, 2015, B Teamer’s came together to Send Hunger Packing! Over 180 pounds of food was sorted, mixed, and bagged into “trail mix bags.” These bags were donated to Code Blue Relief Mission and the Seneca Babcock Community Center to use for their homeless and food pantry outreach programs, respectively. We were […]

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  • Send Hunger Packing

    Did you know that more than 5,000 people in Erie County suffer from homelessness each year? How about the fact that over 100,000 Western New Yorkers turn to food pantries and other similar organizations for food assistance? Join B Team Buffalo as we “Send Hunger Packing” on Monday, March 30 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. We […]

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  • Send Hunger Packing Project

    As part of our Send Hunger Packing Project our goal was to create 400 bags of trail mix to be distributed by local organizations that work with the homeless and less fortunate. We began by prepping all the materials we needed to create trail mix and as you can this was a group effort. We […]

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