We provide instruction, at no cost, in fundamental skill development, after school academic refinement in science, engineering & math, delinquency prevention, finance management, foreign language instruction, character development, and lifetime social skills for resilient youth throughout Western New York.
The program is looking for a new 2017 vehicle to help transport youth to various locations around the city. If you can help, there are a variety of ways you can contact us.
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Looking for current or retired Verizon employees who can volunteer or provide matching donations. Please contact us.
Ted Oexle, C&I Lending Executive and Buffalo Regional President: Five Star Bank is committed to investing in and supporting the communities we serve. Our support of the Willie Hutch Jones Educational & Sports Program is a wonderful example of this mission in action.
Karla J.L. Gadley, Senior Vice President and Community Development Officer: We are so pleased to support this wonderful organization that is providing the underserved population of Buffalo with character-building opportunities and activities through academics, sports and the arts.
About Five Star Bank and Financial Institutions, Inc.
Five Star Bank provides a wide range of consumer and commercial banking and lending services to individuals, municipalities, and businesses through a network of more than 50 offices throughout Western and Central New York State. Additional Five Star Bank information is available at www.five-starbank.com, on Twitter, and on Facebook.
Thanks for these various individuals for their generous donations to our programming.
W. Charles Brandy
The official board 53 of the IAABO basketball officials awarded Willie Hutch Jones, the high school sportsmanship Coach of the Year award. This award was criteria based on what a person has done in the community along with efforts that were exemplified in the school environment. “I feel that this award goes out to my parents due to the fact that these qualities were ingrained from childhood.”