Jim and Jill Kelly host Hunter's Day of Hope
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ORCHARD PARK, NY--The Buffalo Bills Field House was transformed into a family-friendly party atmosphere Saturday.
Jim and Jill Kelly hosted the 15th annual Hunter's Day of Hope and Prayer for Children Day.
Their late son Hunter was born with Krabbe Disease. It's a disorder that affects the nervous system. The Kellys have used their foundation to create awareness for Krabbe and similar diseases. They say their goal at Saturday's event was for parents to have fun with their kids.
The former Bills quarterback said, "We want families to understand how important it is to have their kids here. When you see divorced couples coming together on this day to bring their kids when they're no longer together. To realize their kids are number one, that's why you do this."
The event was free and open to the public.