26 Shirts & Arby's raise money for 15-year-old kidney transplant recipient

Posted at 1:55 PM, Jun 22, 2017

Buffalo-based 26 Shirts is partnering with a number of Arby's restaurants across Western New York to benefit a 15-year-old kidney transplant recipient.

Thursday marks the first ever Darby Day to raise money for Leontae Parker. 

The fundraiser is named after Buffalo Bills Cornerback Ronald Darby who modeled the shirt for the company. 26 Shirts will bring back their limited edition Darby's shirt for sale at the restaurants and Arby's will also offer two for $5 meal specials. 

Proceeds from the shirts and meals will be donated to Leontae who suffers from the chronic condition Nephrotic Syndrome.