Corporate Partner Profile - Clover Management - Buffalo City Mission

Community Changer Profile

About Our Sponsor

2017 Community Changer (Gold)

  • Mission Possible Program Sponsor – Benefiting the Afterschool and Summer Camp Programs

A few words about Clover Management
from the Buffalo City Mission:

We appreciate Clover Management’s continued support as a partner! Their assistance has directly contributed to our Children’s Programs, and especially through the Mission Possible Program, having a direct impact on our community and those we assist.

Clover Management feels strongly that it is the duty of locally based corporations and other entities to give back to the area we call home. We are always looking for opportunities to lend a helping hand that support education, encourage giving, and help make WNY a better place to live. We believe that as our community continues to grow, our responsibility to ensure its well-being grows too.

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Why We Are A Sponsor

Clover has always firmly believed in providing those who are less fortunate with the basic necessities on which to live. By sponsoring the Mission Possible Program, we’re encouraging and enabling the younger generations in our community to do the same, perhaps on a much larger and more personal scale.

What We Hope For

At Clover, we may be in the property management and development industry, but our business is focused on people. We want seniors to have affordable living options that provide unmatched safety and opportunities for fulfillment. We want individuals and families to have a place they can proudly call home.

More About Clover Management

Founded in 1987 in Buffalo, NY, Clover Group has grown to become a premier provider of professional property management and construction services across the US. Today, we’re proud to own or manage more than 10 million sq. ft. of property, including senior (55+) communities, apartments, condominiums, townhouses, and commercial spaces.

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