Bills honor Matt Urban Hope Center as the One Buffalo Organization of the Game


The Bills celebrated the Matt Urban Hope Center during the team's Week 8 Monday Night Football matchup against the Patriots. Named the One Buffalo Organization of the Game, the Matt Urban Hope Center was selected for the award by the Bills players, for the non-profit's commitment to bettering the Western New York Community. Bills veteran defensive end Jerry Hughes congratulated the organization by presenting representatives from the center with a game ball in the ADPRO Sports Training Center.

The Bills are familiar with the great work that the Matt Urban Hope Center does year-round and appreciate all they do for our community. Recently, Bills players Jerry Hughes, Eddie Yarbough, Pat DiMarco and Keith Towbridge teamed up to pay a visit to the center to spend time with local youth. The visit was part of this year's Buffalo Bills Community Outreach Tuesday, where over 20 Bills players made special trips to four different community groups.

While at the Matt Urban Hope Center, the Bills enjoyed playing basketball, working on arts and crafts and getting to know the boys and girls who utilize the programs offered there.

The Bills will continue to recognize a different local organization at each home game this season.

In celebration of Buffalo Bills Community Outreach Tuesday, on Oct. 16, Bills players visited with youth at The Belle Center, Matt Urban Hope Center, Boys & Girls Club Butler-Mitchell Clubhouse and the Police Athletic League at Delavan-Grider Community Center. Click through to see how your favorite players spent their afternoon.

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