Crisis Services is a living model of Buffalo and Erie County’s motto: “The City of Good Neighbors”. Each year, well over 100,000 people call Crisis Services. Some are looking for information, some are lonely or depressed, some are looking for assistance with a family member or friend, and many are in crisis themselves – suicidal, struggling with their mental health, addiction issues, or are survivors of rape, domestic violence, family violence, or elder abuse. We answer these calls 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so no one is ever alone. Crisis does not discriminate, to be sure, there is no age, race, gender or demographic that is immune to these types of issues. As such, the myriad of services offered by Crisis Services are free to anyone who calls in.
Every day our Crisis First Responders help others. Now, Crisis Services is looking for patronage from members of our community throughout the year to help us continue our mission and increase agency awareness. By showing your support of Crisis Services, you would be recognized as a community ally that also provides hope for those who need it most.
The agency finished 2017 and rang in 2018 in its new home in the suites at 100 River Rock Complex in Buffalo, New York. This new space will help revitalize the agency in many ways, allowing the organization to reach its full potential as a state-of-the-art center of excellence in crisis response, intervention and prevention. This year is also a landmark year for Crisis Services. 2018 marks the semi-centennial, celebrating 50 years of operation providing hope, help, and support to those in need in Buffalo and Erie County. These two milestones will generate more community awareness and undoubtedly put Crisis Services in the spotlight in the days to come!
This document highlights different annual giving levels and the benefits of each of these giving tiers. By choosing to support Crisis Services as an annual sponsor, you have the unique opportunity to show your organization’s support in a meaningful way, gain new exposure, and ultimately help Crisis Services raise necessary funding and support to keep our phone lines open for years to come.
Please do not hesitate to contact Crisis Services CEO, Jessica Pirro, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 716-831-4409 with any questions or if you would like to arrange a tour of our new facility as you consider supporting our mission.
Thank you for your consideration.