Recipients of First Niagara's 2016 Mentoring Matters¿ grants include the following:100 Black Men of Syracuse Inc., Syracuse, NYBe A Friend Program Inc., Buffalo, NYBe A Middle School Mentor program of the United Way of Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, PABig Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County, Vails Gate, NYBig Brothers Big Sisters of Rockland County, New City, NYBig Brothers Big Sisters of the Capital Region, Albany, NYBig Brothers Big Sisters of Southeastern Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PABooker T. Washington Community Center of Auburn, NYBoys & Girls Clubs of Buffalo Inc., Buffalo, NYBoys & Girls Clubs of the Northtowns, Buffalo, NYBoys Club of Mount Kisco Inc., Mt. Kisco, NYBridgeport Public Education Fund Inc., Bridgeport, CTBuffalo Prep Inc., Buffalo, NYCommission on Economic Opportunity, Troy, NYCompeer of Greater Buffalo, Buffalo, NYEquinox Inc., Albany, NYESF College Foundation, Syracuse, NYFamily Services of Westchester, Inc.Girls Incorporated of the Greater Capital Region, Schenectady, NYHillside Work-Scholarship Connection Inc., Buffalo, NYInnovative Charitable Initiatives, Albany, NYJunior Achievement of Central Upstate New York, Syracuse, NYJunior Achievement of Central Upstate New York, Rochester, NYJunior Achievement of Northeastern New York, Latham, NYJunior Achievement of Western New York, Buffalo, NYMass Mentoring Partnership, Inc., Boston, MAMonroe Community College, Rochester, NYNorwalk Community College, Norwalk, CTOn Point for College Inc., Syracuse and Utica, NYSeneca Street Community Development Corp., Buffalo, NYSt. John Fisher College, Rochester, NYSUNY Polytechnic Institute Career Services Mentoring Program, Utica, NYThe Governor's Prevention Partnership, Wethersfield, CTThe New Haven Reads Community Book Bank, Inc., New Haven, CTWMHT Educational Telecommunications Inc., Schenectady, NYYMCA of the Capital District (Black & Latinos Achievers), Albany, NYYouth Mentoring Service of Niagara County, Inc., Lockport, NY About The First Niagara Foundation The First Niagara Foundation is a not-for-profit charitable entity. Founded in 1998, the First Niagara Foundation is committed to supporting organizations in the communities in which we live and work, with specific focus on Youth and Education, Community Development and Neighborhood Revitalization. In 2015, the First Niagara Foundation contributed nearly $6 million in charitable grants to community partners across the bank's four-state footprint. About First Niagara First Niagara, through its wholly owned subsidiary, First Niagara Bank, N.A., is a multi-state community-oriented bank with approximately 390 branches, $40 billion in assets, $30 billion in deposits, and approximately 5,300 employees providing financial services to individuals, families and businesses across New York, Pennsylvania, Connecticut and Massachusetts. For additional information on First Niagara, visit us at www.firstniagara.com, follow us on Twitter @FirstNiagara, or like us on Facebook at FirstNiagaraBank.
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