Assemblyman Ryan heads Halloween costume drive

Posted at 12:19 PM, Sep 08, 2017

Families in need of some help getting Halloween costumes will get an extra hand this year. 

Assemblyman Sean Ryan announced Friday morning he'll be heading up a Halloween costume drive. 

You can donate new or gently used Halloween costumes and accessories around Western New York, according to the press release. 

There will be drop off sites throughout Buffalo, Lackawanna, and Hamburg. 

Donations will be accepted until October 6 and will be cleaned by Colvin Cleaners. Catholic Charities of Buffalo will distribute the costumes to families until Halloween. 

Donation location's include: 

  • Assemblyman Ryan's District Office, 65 Grant Street, Buffalo
  • Crane Library, 633 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo 
  • Spot Coffee, 765 Elmwood Avenue, Buffalo
  • PUSH Buffalo, 271 Grant Street, Buffalo 
  • YWCA, 1005 Grant Street #C, Buffalo
  • Lackawanna Public Library, 560 Ridge Road, Lackawanna
  • Willie Cotton Center, 52 Gates Avenue, Lackawanna 
  • Hamburg Youth Center, 200 Prospect Avenue, Hamburg
  • Hamburg Public Library, 102 South Buffalo Street,
  • Hamburg Hamburg Town Hall, 6100 South Park Avenue, Hamburg