About

Buffalo Niagara Deaf Events LLC was launched in early 2015 to reach out to the community in Western New York by hosting events and provide everyone to attend by learning American Sign Language with deaf people and better understand about Deaf Culture. Buffalo Niagara Deaf Events LLC has been growing and become a strong, popular deaf event  organization.

Our mission is to connect between Hearing and Deaf world into one and everyone will be able to be on the same page, empower between each other and invest into the 21st century. The more we host events, the more people will learn ASL.

The founder of this organization, Joseph Brzezowski, moved to Buffalo from South Florida in 2015 and realized something was missing so he started this venture and it gone skyrocket to the roof and it expanded bigger in 2017. He loves and enjoys to hang out with everyone and have fun. 

Buffalo Niagara Deaf Events LLC promises to be one leading deaf organization in Western New York.

 

Our Successful Events:

  • ASL Coffee Socials – We host several coffee socials at two Spot Coffee locations at Elmwood Ave and Hertel Ave and also we host at newest coffee shop at Tipco on Porter Ave. On average, we see 50-70 ASL students attending and we play ASL games, teach some new signs.
  • ASL College Fellowship – We host the new annual college fellowship where all community colleges and university that offers ASL courses that enables students to come to the event to social, learn and play games. We hosted over 125 students with free pizzas and sodas sponsored by Purple Communications.
  • Deaf Day Darien Lake – We host the first ever Deaf Day at Darien Lake to raise awareness about Deaf culture, we saw 474 people came and the admission was only $20 flat instead $53 at the gate. Everyone enjoyed and asked to do annual event.
  • World Refugee Day Food Truck Rodeo – We hosted a special event to raise awareness to help, advocate and raise money for Deaf Refugees by having 6 food trucks ( Tuk Tea, Sweet Meldoy’s, Rudy’s Kitchen, Chilly Billy’s Ice Cream, Gourm-Asian Bistro, Lomo! Lomo!, Ru’s Pierogi & Llyod’s)  where it was held at Tri-Main and 10% of total profits was donated to Deaf Access Services to support the program. Jewish Family Services is also an sponsor for this event. We raised over $300.
  • Meet The Mayoral Candidates Forum – We host the first time ever Mayoral Forum that enables the public to attend, listen, ask questions and meet them in the person. We had Byron Brown, Betty Jean Grant, Mark J.F. Schroeder, Taniqua Simmons, Terrence A. Robinson. The only person did not attend was Byron Brown. The event was held at Central Downtown Public Library in downtown Buffalo.
  • ASL Bisons Night – The first its kind Buffalo Bison baseball game in downtown Buffalo to raise money to support for Deaf Access Services. About 50-60 people attended.