You can help! Financial support is greatly needed in order for us to continue to offer all of these significant services such as emergency mental health needs, housing and homeless help, as well as domestic & family violence, sexual assault and elder abuse advocacy. Please help us to provide these essential, often life-saving, emergency services by making a contribution today. You may want to consider a Tribute Gift to Crisis Services. Remember a friend or loved one for a birthday, anniversary or special celebration or to offer a meaningful expression of one’s sympathy, love and respect at the time of death with a gift to the Crisis Services Foundation.
Your tax-deductible donation can help to provide the support offered by the most comprehensive crisis center in WNY, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
If you’d like to make a donation, please call 716-834-2310 Ext. 4408 or you can donate online using our secure online donation page by clicking the button below.
Walk a Mile in Her Shoes® is an annual event that is held on the last Sunday in April (Sexual Assault Awareness Month). This walk benefits the Advocate Program of Crisis Services. Click here for the Walk A Mile homepage.
MEN Who COOK is Crisis Services premier fundraiser. It is held on the first Wednesday of October at Adam’s Mark Hotel. Click her for the MEN Who COOK homepage.
The Crisis Services Foundation, Inc. is the fundraising vehicle of the organization. All funds raised by the Foundation are used to support Crisis Services unless otherwise specified by the Foundation. In accordance with New York State Executive Law Section 174-b, a copy of the agency’s latest Annual Report filed with the Charities Bureau is available upon request from Crisis Services or from the Office of the Attorney General.
Make requests to:
2969 Main Street
Buffalo, New York 14214
State of New York Department of Law
Charities Bureau-FOIL Section
New York, NY 10271
Other donations that are helpful to the work of Crisis Services include:
- Used cell phones – These will be refurbished and provided to victims of domestic violence.
- Personal Care Products – these items are used to create comfort kits for victims of sexual assault. These comfort kits include a supply of travel size personal care items such as shampoo, body wash, deodorant, toothpaste, and toothbrush for the victim to cleanse themselves after their forensic exam at the hospital and a clean change of clothes to wear home, as many times clothing is taken for evidence. The clothing provided includes brand new T-shirts (non-white), sweat pants and undergarments in sizes M, L and XL.