Patrick P. Lee Foundation

Our mission is to provide funding to those organizations having a positive impact in the areas of behavioral health, education, medical care & research, and human & community services. 

Grant Process

At this time, the Foundation is not accepting Letters of Interest (LOI) for grants.  

Foundation Spotlight

Buffalo Prep honors the Patrick P. Lee Foundation

Buffalo Prep honors the Patrick P. Lee Foundation
The Patrick P. Lee Foundation was honored at Buffalo Prep's Celebration of Achievement gala on May 4, 2016. The Celebration of Achievement recognizes Buffalo Prep scholars for their academic achievements at Buffalo Prep and their high schools.Similar to Buffalo Prep, the Lee Foundation is committed to being a catalyst for positive change in our region, specifically when it comes to educating our youth and putting them on a path to success. Each year, Buffalo Prep enhances the quality of life for more than 500 disadvantaged students an
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Board Members tour new Clinical Sciences Center at Roswell Park

Board Members tour new Clinical Sciences Center at Roswell Park
Members of the Foundation Grant Committee were given a tour of the new Roswell Park Clinical Sciences Center by Cindy Eller, Executive Director, Roswell Park Alliance Foundation, and Dr. Mary Reid, Director, Cancer Screening and Survivorship.  The Center, scheduled to open in May, includes a Chemotherapy Infusion Clinic, Breast Center & Mammography Screening, and an expanded Survivorship Program.  The Lee Foundation commmitted $1,000,000 to build the new facility.      To learn more about the Clinical Sciences Cente
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Patrick Lee visits St. Louis University/Parks College

Patrick Lee visits St. Louis University/Parks College
Board Chairman, Patrick Lee, spent time meeting with seven recipients of the Patrick P. Lee Foundation Scholarship at St. Louis University/Parks College.  Mr. Lee, an alumnus of Parks College, spent time with the students sharing his experience as an engineer and learning of their career goals.       
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