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Professional Football Hall of Famer Curtis Martin will be honored this April with the prestigious "Humanitarian of the Year" award by the Child Abuse Prevention Services (CAPS), a leading non-profit agency on Long Island.
Martin, a Nassau County resident, is a respected business entrepreneur who played in the NFL for the New York Jets and New England Patriots from 1995 through 2005. He is being honored by CAPS for his charitable contributions and for overcoming long odds while being raised in a single-parent abused family.
CAPS/Bully Prevention Center is Long Island's primary resource for the prevention of child abuse and bullying. CAPS' volunteers speak at K-12 schools throughout Nassau and Suffolk and provide child safety education and youth violence prevention information to thousands of students each year.
Martin will be honored at CAPS' Annual Spring Luncheon on Thursday, April 23, 2020 at the Carltun in Eisenhower Park in East Meadow, NY. Previous honorees at this sold-out event have included Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, book author/news anchor Gretchen Carlson, and singer-songwriter Judy Collins.
The CAPS Spring Luncheon is held in April each year to spotlight Child Abuse Prevention Month, and will feature recognizable vendors, attractive raffle and exclusive silent auction prizes. For information regarding sponsorship and table reservations to this popular and worthwhile affair, please call the CAPS office at 516-621-0552 or go to www.capsli.org