Pegulas and Josh Allen Donate Money In Aid For WNY Residents During Pandemic
A big gesture to Western New York from the owners of the Bills and Sabres; along with quarterback, Josh Allen.
According to WIVB, Terry and Kim Pegula (Pegula Sports and Entertainment) will donate at least $1.2 million in community aid for Western New York residents during the coronavirus pandemic.
According to ESPN's Adam Shefter, Bills quarterback Josh Allen will also donate $25,000 to the community during the COVD-19 outbreak.
“We realize we are in uncertain times as a nation and as a community,” said PSE President and CEO Kim Pegula. “Terry and I have always believed that something positive can come out of something negative, and we pray this situation is no exception.”
The money will go towards the Western New York COVID-19 Community Response Fund, FeedMore WNY/FeedMore WNY (to provide groceries to families in need), and areas of pressing need -- which includes support towards first responders, hospital workers and medical supplies.