Buffalo Metropolitan Federal Credit Union

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Commitment to the Community

Our Commitment to the Community
and the Credit Union Movement

Credit unions don't just exist to provide financial services-we provide financial services for the purpose of improving lives. While our first responsibility is to our members, part of being a cooperative movement means looking beyond our walls to the larger community. This philosophy leads us to support worthwhile charitable and social causes, and to work with other credit unions.

Hospice Buffalo

Hospice is a compassionate approach to care whose goal is to help people with serious illness live life fully, maintain their dignity and keep control over their lives. In medieval times, hospices were inns of rest which "lodged, cherished and refreshed" the Crusader, the sick and the dying.

  • 2012-Donated $2,000
  • 2011-Donated $3,000 in memory of Joseph J. Gugino, Sr.
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Patricia M. Edinger presented the $3,000.00 check to Denise Miner-2011

Muscular Dystrophy Association

The Credit Union Employees sold Shamrocks (green, gold and platinum) to raise funds for the Muscular Dystrophy Association's Share the Shamrock Spirit.

  • 2006-Donated $1,372.00
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The MDA's Share the Shamrock Spirit was a huge success with the help from the members and the employees of the Buffalo Metropolitan Federal Credit Union -2006

Credit Unions Care for Kids

Credit Unions Care for Kids is a yearly statewide campaign that raises funds for local children's charities.

  • 2004- $5,100 to Carly's Club at the Roswell Park Cancer Institution
  • 2003- $3,027 to Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation
  • 2002- $1,445 to Make a Wish Foundation
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Ruth Stetchenfinger and Angelina Incorvaia accepted an award on behalf of the Buffalo Metropolitan Federal Credit Union from Carly's Club -2004

Greater Buffalo Soap Box Derby

Youth aged 8 years old to 16 years old build a vehicle to race at the Lincoln Academy. The children learn how to read blueprints, measure, sand, construct, paint, etc. Children will have the chance to compete and win a world wide title and a share of over $50,000 in scholastic scholarships. Local winners will receive savings bonds.

  • Sponsorship: 2004, 2003 and 2002

Community Services for the Developmentally Disabled

By partnering with Community Services, we are helping provide quality service for individuals with developmental disabilities living in Western New York.

  • Corporate Sponsor: 2004 and 2003

Relay For Life

The Credit Union sold Luminary Bags and participated in the Relay for Life at West Seneca High School to raise funds for the American cancer Society.

  • Participant: 2005 and 2004

Buffalo Alliance for Education and Materials Reuse Project

The mission of the Buffalo Alliance for Education is to strategically build and support relationships among business, community and schools to enhance and enrich student achievement in Western New York. One of their resources for schools, Materials Reuse Project, is a public/private partnership in which area businesses donate supplies that can be creatively reused in classes.

  • 2004- Donated $1,340
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Jeanne Stadler and Angelina Incorvaia present the $1,340.00 check to Patricia Jenson-2004

Holiday Food Drive

In conjunction with the Buffalo District Credit Union League, the credit union raised funds and accepted non-perishable foods to benefit the food pantry of the Network of Religious Communities. The Network of Religious Communities currently feeds over 15,000 people located in Western New York.

  • Participant: 2004 and 2003


Provides phones for battered women's organizations, the elderly, and the disabled.

  • Donated over 200 used cellular telephones in 2004.

Collective Good International

Generates new funding for worthy causes and reduces toxic landfill waste through their mobile phone recycling program.

  • 2004- Donated 33 mobile phones benefiting Erie County SPCA


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