More than 100 kids got a special treat Tuesday, courtesy of the Bills.

Several members of the team, including Micah Hyde and Kyle Williams welcomed kids from across Erie County to New Era Field, eating dinner in the stadium’s press box.

“We’re serving food but at the same time, we’re having fun,” said Hyde, whose Imagine for Youth Foundation was created to help local young people. “Kids are pure, they’re funny, they make you laugh, they say the craziest things, so we were just cracking up laughing, sharing those moments with them.”

The kids were grateful to have some off-the-field time with their favorite players.

“It means a lot, you know, you don’t get a lot of experiences like this, you don’t get too many chances to come eat with the Bills and have Thanksgiving dinner,” said Isaiah Kelley, one of the young fans. “It means a lot to me.”

Across town at the Belle Center, Bills’ offensive lineman John Miller helped other kids hand out pies and turkeys to families.

Those meals were purchased by the John Miller Foundation.

Members of the team also served dinner to local fans at the Delavan-Grider and Northwest Buffalo Community Centers.