We are all Stronger Together.

The community helped raise $17,000 with the Stronger Together Campaign.

Through July 31st, News 4 partnered with BuffaLove Apparel to raise money for The Salvation Army.

More than 2,000 shirts were sold. With $7.16 from every shirt benefiting the organization as they work to help in local coronavirus relief efforts.

Owner of Buffalove, Patty Watson presented the Salvation Army with the check.

“It feels good to support an organization that takes care of a lot of people in need,” said Watson.

Funds help The Salvation Army provide food and personal hygiene supplies for those in need.

“I just can’t say thank you enough. Buffalo truly is the City of Good Neighbors,” said Laurie Krajna of the Salvation Army of WNY.

To purchase a shirt, click or tap here.

The Salvation Army

The Salvation Army has three pantries in Buffalo, and one each in Tonawanda, Niagara Falls and Lockport. Right now, they’re feeding almost four times as many people in the region as they normally do, especially on Buffalo’s west side.

Their Homeless Family Shelter remains open during the pandemic and helps people find permanent housing.

Bryanna Gwitt, The Salvation Army’s Event and Volunteer Coordinator spoke to us on Wake Up! Friday morning. Watch the interview below:

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