Sept. 28 is National Good Neighbor Day- and the Queen City has the best.
Here’s some of the most heartwarming, neighborly stories from this year so far:
A ridesharing driver brightened the day of a Tim Hortons employee by surprising her with a new dress and a gift card after learning the employee was planning to wait until Christmas to buy new clothes. READ MORE.
A City of Buffalo resident woke up to find a ticket on her car- and that someone had left her the cash to pay the ticket. READ MORE.
A local ice cream shop helped bring a sweet treat to a Williamsville woman in hospice care on her husband’s 91st birthday. READ MORE.
After an explosion destroyed a Niagara Falls man’s home, an eagle-eyed neighbor helped find one of his paintings before the house was demolished. READ MORE.
A Niagara Falls family is offering their neighbors a helping hand by running a free clothes closet out of the building they live in. READ MORE.
A North Tonawanda police officer went viral after sharing his BBQ dinner with a stranger. READ MORE.
The annual Make-A-Wish Radiothon raised a record $300,000 thanks to generous donations from WNYers. READ MORE.