A Western New York native and her family are working to share a message of love and acceptance while raising money to help the Orlando shooting victims.
Becky Proudfit grew up in the Town of Tonawanda. She holds a diploma from Kenmore East High School and is a proud alumni of the University of Buffalo, but her career with Disney has taken her and her family all across the U.S., including to Orlando.
The family ordered 600 bracelets and is selling them at $10 a piece. They're donating all of the money they make to the blood bank, OneBlood, and hope to be able to sell all of the bracelets and donate $6,000.
So far, the family has made $3850 in sales and has shipped bracelets to 23 states They say a quarter of all of their sales have been to Western New Yorkers.
If you are interested in purchasing a bracelet or helping the Proudfit family's cause, visit loveoneanotherproject.com.