Buffalo, New York (June 11, 2014) — The Greater Niagara Frontier Council (GNFC) Boy Scouts of America presented William Mattar, founder of the personal injury firm William Mattar, P.C., with a special plaque of recognition on Wednesday. Scout executive Russell Etzenhouser delivered the “On My Honor” plaque to acknowledge Mattar for his significant support and commitment to the GNFC.
As a former Boy Scout and current Eagle Scout, along with his strong beliefs in the importance of community outreach, Mattar is still actively involved with the Scouting program through leadership and fundraising. Throughout the course of his adult membership, he has volunteered at both the Troop and Council level and received the Silver Beaver Award for distinguished service to youth. For over ten years, Mattar has served as chairman of the GNFC annual fundraising dinner.
Four districts — Buffalo, Onondaga, Red Jacket, and Polaris — make up the GNFC. Last year, they recorded over 62,800 hours of community service, and all funds go toward Western New York programs and facilities.
The Boy Scouts of America (BSA) is committed to helping young people create a lifestyle of making ethical and moral choices. BSA is one of the nation’s most prominent values-based youth organizations.
William Mattar is an active member of his community, supporting various groups and organizations. Mattar is involved in fundraising for both local and national charities.
William Mattar, P.C., represents injured victims of car accidents across the state of New York. The firm’s experienced attorneys are dedicated to helping clients achieve optimal results in a short amount of time. With offices in the Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse, Binghamton, and Albany areas, the firm encourages those who are “hurt in a car, call William Mattar,” at (844) 444-4444. Visit www.WilliamMattar.com to learn more.