Bills’ Bryan Scott to receive ‘Person of the Year’ award at Heartlight
blog by Kathryn Przybyla • August 08, 2013 @ 8:00am
Enjoy a night on the town for a great cause to benefit Child & Family Services.
The 15th annual event, Heartlight will take place this September and is the organization’s premiere event to raise funds and awareness for the agency’s 30+ programs and services.
Child & Family Services is honored to present the inaugural “Person of the Year” Award to Buffalo Bills’ Linebacker Bryan Scott at this year’s Heartlight event. Scott will be recognized for his work with students at the Stanley G. Falk School through his ARTventure Program, part of his Pick Your Passion Foundation for the Arts. Scott, a musician and arts enthusiast, inspired students at the Falk School to pursue their passions for the arts by partnering with Buffalo-area arts venues, including Shea’s Performing Arts Center, to host hands-on field trips for the students.
The students were GREAT and TALENTED at Ben Franklin High School in Philly! pic.twitter.com/kcmN8uSXoz— Bryan Scott (@teambryanscott) June 7, 2013
Heartlight will take place from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 27 at the Adam’s Mark in downtown Buffalo. Individual tickets are available for $145, patron tickets are available for $175 and all can be purchased through the Heartlight website.
Photo courtesy of Facebook.