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January is Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Awareness Month in the state of New York. That’s why William Mattar Law Offices is partnering with local nonprofit organization, The Amanda Hansen Foundation, to support awareness of this lethal gas and its harmful effects.
We will be teaming up with The Amanda Hansen Foundation and Tops Friendly Markets to give away thousands of dollars worth of carbon monoxide detectors at the Tops Market located at 150 Niagara Street in Tonawanda on Saturday, January 26 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Stop by to pick up your FREE detector while supplies last, with a limit of one per household.
The Amanda Hansen Foundation was established in memory of 16-year-old Amanda Hansen who passed away from carbon monoxide poisoning while at a friend’s house for a sleepover. The foundation’s main goal is to spread awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide in the home and to ensure that CO detectors are given to those who could not typically afford them.
For New Year’s Eve, William Mattar and his “Safe and Sober Free Ride Home Program” will join forces with Designated Drivers of Rochester and Designated Drivers of Buffalo. To get a free ride home for you, your friends, and your car, simply call:
- Designated Drivers of Rochester: (585) 880-0380
- Designated Drivers of Buffalo: (716) 713-7703
Pickup locations must originate in Rochester or Buffalo with a 20-mile maximum distance. The program will be available from midnight to 2:30 a.m. in Rochester, and from midnight until 4 a.m. in Buffalo, on Tuesday, January 1, 2013.
William Mattar, P.C. is a proud annual participant in Williamsville NY’s “Paint the Village Pink,” a month-long breast cancer awareness campaign in the city. The local initiative itself is put on by Buffalo MRI in affiliation with the American Cancer Society. It focuses on raising awareness and research funds to fight breast cancer.
Learn more about Buffalo MRI here.
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The firm supports our very own safety effort, the William Mattar Buckle Your Belt Campaign, which encourages the people of New York State to practice seat belt safety. We give people who promise to wear their seat belts 100 percent of the time the opportunity to win great prizes like vacations, laptop computers, and more. To sign up for the program, download our registration form and read more information on terms and conditions.
At William Mattar Law Offices, giving back to our community is a priority. Donating our time and raising funds for local organizations and community projects is just how we operate. Our team has raised money to support organizations that are important to you, such as the Children's Memorial Park, Ride for Roswell, Juvenile Diabetes Foundation, Toys for Tots, and many others.
William Mattar wants to help limit the tragedies that result from drunk driving. The Safe Ride Home Program not only educates people on the alternatives to drinking and driving, but also gives tips on dealing with situations that may arise from such social settings. As another part of the program, William Mattar partners with Designated Drivers of Buffalo and Rochester to offer free rides home to people who have been drinking or need a safe way home.
After losing their daughter to carbon monoxide poisoning, Ken and Kim Hansen created the Amanda Hansen Foundation, which distributes free carbon monoxide detectors to families. With the help of our firm, the Hansens have raised money to support the foundation, distributed more detectors, and increased awareness of carbon monoxide dangers in honor of Carbon Monoxide Poisoning Awareness Month.
An Eagle Scout himself, attorney William Mattar gives back to scouting in the community. He is a leader in a local troop and, for many years, has organized and chaired significant fundraising events to support local scouting. He also had the honor of chairing the Boy Scouts One Hundredth Anniversary Gala for the Western New York area.
Whether we're raising money for a national organization or collecting cans for a local food drive, at William Mattar, we're committed to getting involved.
To learn more about how you can give back to your community, call William Mattar! Contact our New York car accident attorneys by completing a FREE initial consultation form or by calling 444-4444 today.