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Bills help raise $285,000 for Hospice event

The 30th Anniversary of Hospice Buffalo produced "A Harvest to Remember" with $285,000 raised to support hospice care in our community. A sold-out crowd of 900 people attended the Harvest Festival, one of Hospice Buffalo's largest fundraisers on October 3rd at the Adams Mark Grand Ballroom in Buffalo.

Bill and Marcy Munson chaired the 8th Annual Harvest Festival, a Celebration of Hospice, Friends and Family, presented by the Buffalo Bills. Bill Munson is vice president of government relations and external affairs for the Buffalo Bills and Marcy Munson is a board member of The Center for Hospice & Palliative Care.

In addition, M&T Bank, Dr. Yashu Satchidanand, Rev. Michael Chapman, and Jock and Betsy Mitchell were presented the Hope, Care and Dignity Awards for their generous support and collaborative partnership with Hospice Buffalo. Hospice Buffalo provides hope, care and dignity to people with serious illness and their families.

Hospice Buffalo and its affiliates serve individuals with serious illness and their families and caregivers through a continuum of care spanning the course of illness and bereavement. Every day, more than 550 patients are cared for in homes, hospitals, assisted living and nursing homes, the Hospice Mitchell Campus in Cheektowaga, and the new St. John Baptist/Hospice Buffalo House.

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