Creating Stronger, Diverse Communities

Housing Opportunities Made Equal (HOME) is a fair housing organization continuing the struggle for civil rights by working to promote the value of diversity and to ensure all people an equal opportunity to live in the housing and communities of their choice----through education, advocacy, the enforcement of fair housing laws and the creation of housing opportunities.  Click here to support this initiative.




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Join HOME on the VIP platform for a performance of Romeo and Juliet at Shakespeare in Delaware Park on Friday, June 26th at 7:30 PM.

$15 for HOME members and $20 for non-members (those who sign up for membership at the event will receive the discount)

Ticket price includes food and drink!  

There is limited seating on the platform so please reserve your spot by emailing Samantha at or calling (716) 854-1400 ext.17




THANK YOU to HOME's Supporters!  

52nd Annual Dinner Supporters:

Avalon Document Services, Lamar Outdoor AdvertisingOxford Consulting, Inc., Sinatra & Co. Real EstateBelmont Management Co., Inc., Delta Development of Western New York, Mercantile Adjustment BureauGibson, McAskill & Crosby, LLP, Cazenovia Recovery Systems, Community Action Organization of Erie CountyEvergreen Health Services, People Inc.Phillips Lytle LLP, Ms. Linda Ray, Rental Assistance Corporation of Buffalo, Savarino Companies, Mr. Rocco Termini, Mr. John and Ms. Nancy Blaschak, Ms. Janet Barnes, Ms. Diana Cooke, Mr. Paul and Ms. Leslie Curtin, Mr. Philippe Deterville, the Honorable Eugene M. Fayhe, Ms. Susan M. Fayle, Mr. William H. Gardner, Mr. Scott and Dr. Danis Gehl, Mr. Christopher Hull, Ms. Norma J. Lamb, Mr. Jesse E. Nash, Mr. James and Ms. Heather Siniscalchi, and Mr. Gregory P. Rabb.


HOME's 2014-2015 Corporate supporters


HOME's 2014 CHAR500 & 990 Federal Tax Forms are now available here.




As a survivor of Lupus and a kidney transplant, Avis found herself living in an area that had seen its share of crime. The activities that took place around her

AMY's story


Amy recently moved to Buffalo from Illinois.  As a single mother of two children



Buffalo rental firm, landlord found liable in housing discrimination case

The owners and property managers of a rental unit in North Buffalo are liable for nearly $52,000 in damages after New York State Supreme Court Justice Patrick H. NeMoyer's decision upholding the City of Buffalo's fair housing ordinance in a source of income discrimination case.  Click here to read HOME's press release, and here for the Buffalo News article.

Another Voice: Erie County should pass a law to prevent housing discrimination

Erie County Fair Housing Partnership members Roseann Scibilia and Scott Gehl, HOME's Executive director, wrote an article for the Buffalo News urging the passage of a law that would extend fair housing protections and encourage inclusionary zoning practices throughout Erie County.  Click here to read the article.

HOME on "In Progress" with Dr. Stanford Bratton

Executive Director Scott Gehl and Education Specialist Alyssa Bergsten sat down with Dr. Stanford Bratton for the March 2015 edition of "In Progress" to discuss HOME's work and current events in fair housing.  Click here to watch the video.



1542 Main Street (at Ferry) Buffalo, NY 14209
Phone: 716.854.1400 | Fax: 716.854.1140

1542 Main Street (at Ferry) Buffalo, NY 14209
Phone: 716.854.1400 | Fax: 716.854.1140

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