"BRIAN'S GAME DAY" program gives local children affected by cancer and their families the opportunity to attend a Bills home game in a private suite. Many of these children are not able to sit with the general population because their medications and treatments compromise their immune systems. The exhilarating experience of attending a football game would not otherwise be an option for them. Through BRIAN'S GAME DAY program, children and their families enjoy an unforgettable day at the stadium in the comfort and protection of the P.U.N.T. Foundation suite. The Foundation is proud to host guests of organizational partners such as Carly's Club (Roswell), Camp Good Days, Stone's Buddies (Women and Children's Hospital of Buffalo), and Strong Memorial Hospital (Rochester).
"Camp Good Days improves the quality of life for children dealing with cancer. Brian’s Game Day experience truly helps us fulfill this goal. What better way to experience the joys of childhood, than being amongst others who not only understand what you’re going through, but also help you have the time of your life?! Win or lose, all our kids are great Bills fans. Getting to cheer on their heroes and forgetting about their illness for an afternoon is the quintessential experience of feeling like a normal kid. We are forever grateful to Brian & Amber Moorman and the P.U.N.T. Foundation for giving the Camp Good Days kids this incredible opportunity year after year."
--Lisa Donato, Regional Director of Camp Good Days and Special Times
"Brian, we have always wanted to bring Ian to the game, but haven't been able to since he doesn't do well in the heat or cold. Thank you again, this was truly a treat ! Ian said 'it was the best game EVER!'"