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$5,000 Presented to P.U.N.T. Foundation From MassMutual Buffalo

Jul 21, 2014
$5,000 Presented to P.U.N.T. Foundation From MassMutual Buffalo

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

$5,000 PRESENTED TO P.U.N.T. FOUNDATION FROM MASSMUTUAL BUFFALO

AMHERST, NY. July 18, 2014- The P.U.N.T. Foundation, founded by Buffalo Bills Punter Brian Moorman was selected as one of the recipients of Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Co.’s (MassMutual) prestigious National Community Service Award. In addition to receiving the award, the P.U.N.T. Foundation received a check for $5,000 on behalf of MassMutual Buffalo General Agent, Joseph L. DiLeo.

The Community Service Awards (CSA) Program is intended to broaden the base of MassMutual’s philanthropic efforts while encouraging MassMutual General Agents to contribute their personal time and efforts to benefit their communities. Only 10 of these awards are given out per year throughout the country. MassMutual Buffalo last presented this award in 2009 to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and is one of the only MassMutual general agencies to present this award twice in a span of five years.

The mission of the P.U.N.T Foundation is to provide children affected by cancer and their families with the opportunities and support to enjoy the life for which they fight so hard. The Foundation provides assistance, valuable family-centered programs and events designed to enrich their lives, provide them with support and create memorable experiences.

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