Community Resource Document Created for Western New Yorkers
As the Western New York community continues to grieve, an online resource document has been created to provide community members with access to support services in response to the tragic incident at the Tops on Jefferson Ave in Buffalo.
Organizations from across Western New York, and around the country are continuing to provide support to the Buffalo community in the wake of this tragedy.
The community organization Black Love Resists In the Rust has created an online living Community Resource Document to help those Western New Yorkers affected by the tragedy find food, mental health, transportation, and other support services and donation opportunities.
The page is a living document that will be continuously updated as additional resources and services become available and publicized.
The Community Resource Document contains a map of locations to get food such as pantries, urban gardens, healthy corner stores, supermarkets, food retail stores, and more. A list of supermarket transportation services such as free shuttles, and rideshare services. Additionally included are mental health services, resources for impacted community members & families, and links to various sites where you can donate to help those who are affected.
Black Love Resists in The Rust, who created the document, is a collective of organizers and artists who identify as Black, Brown, and People of Color who believe in and work toward Transformative Social Justice. You can find out more about Black Love Resists in The Rust by visiting their website HERE.
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At Least 10 People Dead, Mass Shooting At Tops On Jefferson In Buffalo