BUFFALO, N.Y. (WKBW) — As of Monday, donations made by Buffalo Bills fans to Oishei Children's Hospital have topped $670,000.
After the Bills loss to Arizona on Sunday, Cardinals fans jumped in to start donating to the hospital also.
The hospital says Greenleaf & Company and OSC Charitable Foundation each donated $17,000 to honor Josh Allen's late grandmother.
This game day, Greenleaf & Company has donated $17,000 to OCH in memory of Patricia Allen. Thank you Greenleaf, your donation will make a direct impact on our patients! #BillsMafia— Oishei Children's Hospital (@OCHBuffalo) November 15, 2020
On Friday, Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen donated $17,000 to Oishei Children's Hospital, in honor of his late grandmother Patricia.
Allen responded to an update from the hospital, in which donations in her name reached $483,000. Allen's donation brought the running total to $500,000.
Unreal. Count me in for $17,000 to make it $500,000 ❤️ https://t.co/8oyTGK29rY— Josh Allen (@JoshAllenQB) November 14, 2020
Allen played with a heavy heart last weekend, after Patricia Allen passed away. Bills fans responded to the news by making $17 donations to Oishei. This act of good will has garnered attention from across the country.
Wednesday Allen praised Bills Mafia who at that point raised over $300,000 and said he never wants to leave Buffalo.
"It's a truly special place...I don't ever want to leave, obviously, and I want to play here for as long as I can and give back to the community and give back to Bills Mafia here," Allen said.
#BillsMafia and beyond, we are so grateful for your support for the kids and families we care for, in honor of Patricia Allen. We plan to work with Josh and his family to determine where they'd like to see the donations directed and how they'd like to recognize her at OCH 💙 pic.twitter.com/0uEsMvyeBn— Oishei Children's Hospital (@OCHBuffalo) November 14, 2020
If you'd like to make a donation you can here.