The Tool Library is an all-volunteer nonprofit tool-lending library located at 5 W Northrup Pl, off of Main Street in Buffalo’s University Heights neighborhood. This nonprofit organization lends tools out to community members to help them maintain and ﬁx-up their homes and gardens. The organization was founded by Cotton in 2011. Dügüd Design provides quality design and branding to help clients communicate calls to action.
This episode includes:
The definition of Urban Planning, and how it affects Buffalo residents
The importance of being community minded
The origin of The Tool Library
The importance of grant writing, specifically for non-profit organizations
Positive impact of The Tool Library
The connection between creativity, Urban Planning, and Graphic Design
A vision for Buffalo’s future
The best part of living in Buffalo
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