The Buffalo Bills once again honored an outstanding organization on Sunday during their Week 14 matchup, through the One Buffalo Organization of the Game program. Selected for the award was one of Western New York's most impactful non-profits, the United Way of Buffalo & Erie County. To celebrate the organization's commitment to bettering our community, Bills Pro Bowl safety Micah Hyde met with representatives from United Way of Buffalo & Erie County prior to the game.
Following practice in the ADPRO Sports Training Center last Friday, Hyde presented the group with a special game ball on behalf of his teammates and thanked them for all that they do to positively impact the area. For the last 100 years, the United Way has made a difference through a variety of programs focusing on education, financial stability and health and wellness. A valued community partner, the Buffalo Bills were proud to recognize the organization for their unwavering efforts.
With input from the players, the Bills will continue to recognize a different local organization at each of the remaining home games this season.