The Public Good w/ Sam Magavern

This Tuesday January 27, 2015 at 1pm on the Public Good (WUFO AM 1080,, we’ll be talking with Megan Connelly, Co-chair of the Buffalo Common Council’s Committee for Fair Elections through Public Financing, talks about ways to make our local elections more fair and democratic.

2015 and Norway Goes for Wind Energy

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On the Horizon of Good!!

Partnership for the Public Good was recently featured in the local section of the The Public Magazine when we had our 2015 Community Agenda Roll-out at the Frank E. Merriweather Jr., Library. The article spot lights some of the community issues PPG will be working on this year. To read the article click here.

PPG Unveils Community Agenda for 2015

PPG has released its 2015 Community Agenda.  One hundred seventy eight community groups, ranging from block clubs to social service agencies, from theaters to prisoner rights groups, have come together to identify the top policy actions that state and local governments can take in the coming year to build a better Buffalo-Niagara.  Each fall PPG […]

Join us for Roll-Out of the 2015 Community Agenda

Please join us this Friday!  This year’s public roll-out of the Partnership for the Public Good Community Agenda will take place on Friday, January 16 at the Merriweather Library, 1324 Jefferson Avenue, Buffalo, at 2 p.m. Speakers will include Franchelle Hart from Open Buffalo, Aaron Krolikowsi from the United Way, Joy McDuffie from the Western New […]

The Public Good

This Tuesday January 13, 2015 at 1pm on the Public Good (WUFO AM 1080,, we’ll be talking with Andy Prinzing from the Erie County Restorative Justice Coalition about their progress in bringing restorative justice principles and practices to the public schools and the court system.

PPG Innovation Lab Releases New Report: Temp Work and Poverty in Buffalo

The shift from permanent to temporary jobs has been dramatic in recent years – in Buffalo as in the nation – and it is an important reason for the growth in economic inequality and poverty.  More and more workers are temping not because they want to but because they have to, and they are suffering […]