A true Vincentian, she’ll hire people with insight into the immigrant and refugee experience, and have been directly impacted by Buffalo’s systemic poverty.
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Since 1856, Niagara University has been living the Vincentian tradition in upstate New York (USA). They continue to research and study this tradition.
The Catholic Bishop of Buffalo NY, Most Rev. Richard J. Malone met with Vincentian students from Niagara University for a “Campus Chat”. Topics included: gun violence, suffering, gluten-free hosts, and outreach to neighbors in need.
The collection of this information is critical to effectively planning to address homelessness in Niagara Falls and Niagara County, The point in time count really provides a snapshot of how many people experience homelessness throughout the year.