Nottingham Helps


At Nottingham we recognize the importance of family, friends, and philanthropy. To show our support, every year around the holidays Nottingham participates in the Gateway Longview Adopt-An-Angel Campaign, and new this year, the Salvation Army Adopt-An-Angel Program. In all our staff purchased gifts for more than 40 children this season.

Happy Holidays from the Nottingham Team!

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Salvation Army Gift Giveaway (800x533)

The Nottingham team joined 12, 375 people within 396 local companies this past Thursday to run the 35th annual Corporate Challenge. The 3.5-mile race this year benefits two widely-respected not-for-profit organizations in the Buffalo community, Kevin Guest House and the Angel Fund at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.CorpChalCorpChal_Nieman_109

On December 5th, the Nottingham team volunteered at the Food 2 Families food drive.  Food 2 Families is WGRZ 2 and Tops’ annual outdoor food drive that brings out the WNY community to support local families in need. The event raised over 100,000 pounds of food and benefits over 96,000 individuals served monthly by the Food Bank of Western New York.  Click here to learn more about Food 2 Families.







Additionally, the Nottingham team got into the holiday spirit by purchasing gifts for the Gateway Longview Adopt-An-Angel Campaign. To learn more about the program, click here.

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This past Saturday, the Nottingham team commenced it’s “Nottingham Helps” initiative to partner with local Not-for-Profits, volunteering our time to help meet the needs of the Western New York community. We began with the WNY Food Bank by volunteering to help with the Garden Project. The Garden Project has become a highly productive community garden with a committed participant base.  Volunteers and staff guide the gardeners through all aspects of food production, from composting and mulching to preparing and planting seeds, weeding, managing pests and diseases, and harvesting. Throughout the growing season, nutrition and cooking lessons are offered to educate gardeners about different ways to consume and preserve their garden-harvested produce. To learn more about the Garden Project, click here.

Below are some pictures from Nottingham Helps.