William Mattar Goes Pink for October

Posted: September 29, 2017

The William Mattar blue logo goes pink in a big way to support the fight against breast cancer during the month of October. The motor vehicle accident law firm that focuses on helping those seriously injured after car and truck accidents goes pink across the board on their website, television advertising, and social media.

Car accident lawyer William Mattar will be represented at the Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk in downtown Buffalo at Canalside on Saturday, October 14, 2017. Their team, ‘Supporting What Mattars,’ will be comprised of staff, friends & family.

The fundraising is also being taken to a new level this year as members of the William Mattar Wellness Committee plan creative in-office fundraising activities. An ‘Escape Room’ event is putting some fun in their fundraising.

“This is a great way for the firm to support the October breast cancer awareness crusade. As a staff member and cancer survivor, it’s been wonderful to see William Mattar ‘go pink’ along with community support and fundraising,” says Dawn Raub, assistant to William Mattar.

The American Cancer Society’s annual Making Strides Against Breast Cancer walk unites communities and raises funds nationwide towards early detection, prevention, support, and research for new treatments as they work towards a cure. William Mattar not only goes pink and joins in fundraising, they also have a website page dedicated to Western and Central New York resources in an effort to raise awareness, educate, and provide help for patients and their families.

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