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Niagara Falls is not just for daredevils and honeymooners, nor is its natural wonder not limited to the famous falls - beyond its most renowned beauty lies the serene Niagara River Gorge, and around the city lie 25 parks undergoing an expansive overhaul, including increased access to the river and improving Hyde Park, the second-largest city park in New York State after Manhattan's Central Park.
20.9% of residents living in poverty (2009)
11.5% Unemployment rate (2011)
60% of residents receive public assistance such as food stamps, welfare, unemployment insurance and Medicaid.
Niagara Falls Shirts Benefit these excellent organizations
A supportive housing program for homeless women and children that offers residents daily GED instruction, on-site vocational training and life skills programs.
542 6th Street
Niagara Falls, NY 14301
Provides a warm, safe place to stay and support services for homeless, “at risk” and troubled youth in Niagara County.
1522 Main Street
Niagara Falls, NY 14305
Community Missions of the Niagara Frontier, Inc.
A community-based service agency that provides residential and support services to persons and families in need to help them fulfill their maximum potential.
1570 Buffalo Avenue
Niagara Falls, NY 14303
Niagara Falls Shirts Are made by these Artists
Native Western New Yorker Jonathan Hughes is a graphic designer and musician who has participated in many local artistic collaborations. He’s best known for his annual non-traditional community music project, Robot Holiday, where robots and humans come together in a concert showcase during the holidays.
Niagara Falls artist and musician Rob Lynch is an award-winning educator in both fine arts and music, having taught at Niagara Falls High School, Buffalo Arts Studio, The Albright Knox Art Gallery, The Burchfield Penney Art Center, and the Arts In Education Institute of WNY. Rob’s public art exhibitions include Herd about Buffalo, Papergirl in Berlin, Germany, and The Hard Rock Cafe – Niagara Falls, USA’s New Year’s Eve Guitar Drop.
Brian has been drawn to art since he was a young boy growing up in Niagara Falls. He began painting and working in the darkroom during his high school years, and went on to college to study visual communication and graphic design. Currently, Brian works as a Marketing Specialist at Buffalo Envelope, leading the design and pre-press departments.