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Ford Friendship Express Program
The Ford Friendship Express Program began in 1996, and it's our way of giving something substantial back to the people and organizations in the community we serve. The program assists charitable and non-profit organizations throughout Western New York. Our dealer association donates vehicles to help these organizations with their day-to-day operations.

For more information on the 2015 Friendship Express Program, please contact:

Ford Friendship Express Program
c/o Eric Mower and Associates
50 Fountain Plaza, Suite 1000
Buffalo, NY 14202

In the past 18 years, we've donated to the organizations listed below:

Alcohol and Drug Dependency Services, Inc.
American Cancer Society
American Red Cross, Greater Buffalo Chapter
Amherst Senior Transportation Services
Aspire of WNY
Aurora Adult Day Services
Baker Victory Services
Be-A Friend Program/Big Brothers Big Sisters of Erie County
Bertrand Chaffee Hospital, serving Southtowns Meals on Wheels
Boys & Girls Club of Buffalo
Boys & Girls Club of East Aurora
Boys & Girls Club of Eden
Boys & Girls Club of Geneva
Boys & Girls Club of Holland
Boys & Girls Club of Northern Chautauqua County
Boys & Girls Club of Orchard Park
Boys & Girls Club of Rochester
Boys & Girls Club of Springville
Boys & Girls Clubs of the Northtowns
Buffalo City Mission
Buffalo City Mission/Cornerstone Manor
Buffalo Museum of Science
Camp Good Days & Special Times
Canine Helpers for the Handicapped
Cantalician Center for Learning, Inc.
Cattaraugus Community Action
Cattaraugus County Department of Aging
Community Concern
Computers for Children
Cradle Beach Camp
Easter Seals NY
Family Help Center
Food Bank of Western New York
Friends of Night People
Goodwill Industries of Western New York, Inc.
Goodwill of the Finger Lakes
Greater Erie Area Habitat for Humanity
Habitat for Humanity/Buffalo
Health Association of Niagara County, Inc.
Healthy Community Alliance
Hickok Center for Brain Injury
Homespace Corp.
Hospice Foundation
Interfaith Hospitality Network of Greater Buffalo
Ismailia Shrine Temple
Jericho Road Ministries
Kids Escaping Drugs
Language Development Program
League for the Handicapped
Meals on Wheels for Western New York, Inc.
Mercy Flight of Western New York
Niagara Falls Boys & Girls Club
Niagara Hospice
Old 1st Ward Community Association
Parents Anonymous of Buffalo and Erie County
Rochester Rehabilitation Center's Driver Evaluation and Training Program
Rochester St. Martin's Boxing Club, Inc.
Rural Transit Service, Inc.
Salvation Army - Buffalo Area Services
Salvation Army - Rochester Area Services
Schiller Park Community Services, Inc.
St. Luke's Mission of Mercy
Sub Board I
The Academy for Career Development
The Bristol Home
The Buffalo Zoo
The Franciscan Center
The Ronald McDonald House
The Sight Center of Northwest PA
Veterans Outreach Center, Inc.
Western New York Independent Living Project
Western New York United Against Drug and Alcohol Abuse Foundation
Wilson Commencement Park
YMCA of Greater Buffalo
YWCA of Rochester and Monroe County
YWCA of Western New York
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2014 Race for the Cure
The WNY Ford Dealers were proud to be the local presenting sponsor at the 14th Annual Western New York Race for the Cure, which took place on Saturday, June 14th at Delaware Park. A heartfelt thank you is extended to all of the survivors, walkers, runners, volunteers, sponsors and donors for their participation in this year’s race which featured over 4,400 participants!

Each year, Race for the Cure plays a crucial role in saving lives, with the majority of funds invested in local early detection, treatment and research programs. Locally, this year’s Race raised over $400,000. Up to 75 percent of the proceeds from the Race will remain in the Western New York community to fund projects related to breast health education and breast cancer screening. The remaining 25 percent of proceeds will support the Komen National Research Grant Program, which funds groundbreaking breast cancer research. Nationally, Ford Motor Company has dedicated more than $125 million in donations and in-kind gifts to the Susan G. Komen Foundation, with support from more than 75,000 Ford employees and thousands of dealers.

We hope you’ll join us next year as we continue to support the fight to eradicate breast cancer.

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2014 Rochester Auto Show
Thanks for visiting us at this year’s Rochester Auto Show! It was a huge success.

Stop by your local Ford dealer today and check out the 2014 Ford Escape, with a foot-activated liftgate – perfect for when your hands are full – and available EcoBoost engine. Don’t miss the stylish Ford Focus – great on gas with an EPA-estimated rating up to 28-city/40 highway mpg.* The Ford Fusion, with its lively performance and a spacious cabin – and one of America’s most affordable midsized cars.

We look forward to seeing you at next year’s show, February 26 – March 1, 2015!

*actual mileage will vary
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2014 Buffalo Auto Show
Thanks for visiting us at this year’s Buffalo Auto Show! It was a huge success.

Stop by your local Ford dealer today for a vehicle that’s not only efficient and reliable, but stylish too! Like the 2014 Fusion SE, with impeccable design and efficiency to match. Gas prices got you down? Check out the 2014 Focus SE, with an EPA-estimated rating up to 28-city/40 highway mpg*. Don’t miss the 2014 F-150 – versatile, full-size, and America’s best-selling pick up for 37 years!

We look forward to seeing you at next year’s show, February 5-8, 2015!

*actual mileage will vary
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Rochester Red Wings
The Rochester Area Ford Dealers were proud to be a sponsor of the 2014 Red Wings baseball season. For the fourth year, the Ford Dealers provided local Boy Scout Troops with game tickets and a special opportunity to present the Ford Color Guard at all weekend home games between April 3 and September 1.

A total of 54 local Boy Scout Troops and Cub Scout Packs attended ball games, met their favorite players on the field, and had the honor of presenting the color guard.