BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - A Buffalo group, trying to transform an impoverished neighborhood, just got a multi-million dollar boost.
The Buffalo Promise Neighborhood, at Amherst Street and Bailey Avenue, has secured a $6 million gift from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.
The not-for-proft group is focused on raising achievement at three schools in the area, and improving the surrounding community.
The Buffalo Promise Neighborhood is one of three communities in the country, selected for this grant.
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