BUFFALO, N.Y. (WIVB) - It was a fun Sunday for some children at the Buffalo Zoo with a special thanks to the Starlight Foundation.
The foundation that started in Rochester and spread to Buffalo, serves critically and chronically ill children in Buffalo and Western New York.
Today, they hosted a party for boys and girls that included breakfast with Santa Claus.
Program Coordinator of the Starlight Foundation, Elizabeth Agnello says they have been doing this for three years now and it's become a tradition for the organization.
Starlight helps about 80 families in the Buffalo area and another 80 in the Rochester area.
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