About P.U.N.T.

The mission of P.U.N.T. Pediatric Cancer Collaborative is to provide critical and comprehensive financial, emotional and practical support to families facing a pediatric cancer diagnosis and to serve as a source of hope and healing for the bereaved.
OUR VISION:  P.U.N.T. Pediatric Cancer Collaborative will alleviate daily burdens for every family facing a pediatric cancer diagnosis and provide compassionate, abiding support to those who suffer a loss. 

Our History

The P.U.N.T. Pediatric Cancer Collaborative (Formerly P.U.N.T. Foundation) was founded as a public charity in 2004 by former NFL Pro Bowl Punter Brian Moorman, who played for the Buffalo Bills from 2001-2013, and his wife Amber. With passionate staff and leadership and abiding financial support from the WNY community, P.U.N.T.’s programs have grown significantly in both scope and impact over the past ten years, making the nonprofit organization a well-respected and heavily relied upon source of assistance for local families dealing with the effects of pediatric cancer.

P.U.N.T.’s (6) programs support local families who are facing a tidal wave of physical, financial, and emotional hardship that comes with a pediatric cancer diagnosis. The P.U.N.T. acronym stands for Perseverance, Understanding, Need and Teamwork.