It’s so cool to see former Buffalo Bills who still come back to support the community, and one of them is asking for your help for kids at O’Shei Children’s hospital now. 

You may remember Eric Wood.  He was one of my favorite Buffalo Bills of all time.  He was a star offensive lineman who was forced into retirement due to a neck injury.  Well…Eric has a foundation called the Eric Wood Fund and he’s hoping to raise some money for O’Shei with a bottle and can drive at a North Buffalo return center.

The partnership was announced yesterday with the Clean Loop Recycling Center at 88 Botsford Place in Buffalo.

They're planning a big summer celebration event to commemorate the partnership on Saturday August 7th from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the center.  They will have food trucks, games with cash prizes, a complimentary beer tasting from ThinMan Brewery, and a bunch more. (And yes...Eric Wood is scheduled to be there to commemorate the partnership as well)

You don't have to wait until that date to start making donations though.  You can bring your bottles and cans starting right away.  The donated payouts will support the Children’s Hospital of Buffalo Foundation through the Family Resource Center.

It's a good opportunity to clean out that garage with all the cans you've been saving up from family get together and parties that you've been having this summer.  You can get rid of those things that are cluttering up your space, and help out a great cause at the same time!

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