Participants in the Independent Health and Buffalo Bills Health & Wellness Challenge have logged more than 3,600 hours of exercise during the first two weeks of the new community-wide initiative.
Jeff Littmann released a statement on behalf of the Ralph C. Wilson Foundation from the NFL owners meetings in New York City.
The Bills and New York National Guard Coach of the Week program, which recognizes outstanding high school football coaching performances throughout Section VI, has expanded in 2014 to Section V.
Fans are encouraged to join the Bills and ECMC as they host the International PINKTOBER Living Ribbon and free outdoor concerts to highlight the 2014 Billieve event in Niagara Falls.
In addition to a gaining a healthier lifestyle via the six-week-long, community-wide challenge, participants have a chance to win a trip to the 2015 Super Bowl.
Bills LB Brandon Spikes is one of 16 Bills players donating a block of tickets to members of the WNY community, a donation he hopes will influence kids he can relate to much longer than just on gamedays.
The Bills and USA Football teamed up to teach mothers of youth football players in the Western New York region the proper techniques behind the Heads Up Football initiative.
The Bills first-round draft pick has signed on to help at this year's Jim Kelly Football Camp in July.
The Bills and M&T Bank are honoring five local teachers for exceptional service to their schools and communities.
The Ralph C. Wilson Foundation has donated $100,000 to fund Hunter's Hope's 17th annual conference focusing on Krabbe and Leukodystrophy research and family care.