The Buffalo Federation of Neighborhood Centers has produced "Neighborhood Fruits," an online video series that highlights the care coordination, housing, social rehabilitation, fiscal management and other services offered by the agency since its founding from the Settlement House Movement of the 1890s.
While those in the Fruit Belt may be familiar with the agency through its Neighborhood House headquarters at Orange and Virginia streets, “what about employees of the Medical Corridor or those looking to make the Fruit Belt their home? 'Neighborhood Fruits' is the perfect platform to provide a brief but interesting look into the longstanding history of the BFNC organization," said Chandra Redfern, BFNC deputy director.
Created by Jackson Parker Communications, the video series highlights the stories of the historic neighborhood through conversations with neighbors and BFNC staff. It can be viewed at www.bfnc.org.