IVC Buffalo is up and running with our local office open at St. Michael’s Church, 650 Washington Street, Buffalo, New York, and the hiring of Minnie Wyse as IVC Buffalo Regional Director.
We are at a very exciting point in starting IVC Buffalo. Currently five Buffalo area non-profit agencies who serve the poor have engaged IVC Buffalo to identify and recruit retired men and women, age 50 and older, who would be willing to volunteer in serving the materially poor.
IVC Buffalo provides our partner agencies mature, skilled, and passionate volunteers to assist the agency in fulfilling their mission throughout the Greater Buffalo area.
We are looking for you! Mature men and women, age 50 and older, who are loyal, trustworthy, and eager to give of your time and expertise.
If you have a roll up your sleeves attitude, a desire for an opportunity that provides a meaningful
connection, a challenge, and you want to use your skills to make a difference in your community, then contact our Regional Director, Minnie Wyse.
The IVC Volunteer experience is one in which you are able to contemplate on your service through Spiritual Reflection. Together we will work to serve those in need. And together, we can make a
IVC Buffalo was recently featured in Western New York Catholic. Click here to link to the article presenting how Ignatian Volunteer Corps fills a unique, important, and fulfilling services role for Western New York area non-profit agencies.
Spend a few minutes with us and view a video how the IVC impacts lives – both for the volunteer and for those whom we serve.
Read about Our Current Volunteer Opportunities. We welcome you to join us.
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