For those who have been wondering what the final dollar amount raised in 2018 for Paws for Love…it was $21,531.48!!!! That is the MOST money raised since we started!!!!
Thank you to all that donated, volunteered their time, decorated their houses and trees and for making Stony Brook SHINE!!!!
Stony Brook Shines for Others is a neighborhood event that takes place each winter. It usually begins the weekend after Thanksgiving and lasts until the 2nd of January. Our neighborhood, consisting of 9 streets, decorate their trees with white lights. The neighborhood literally turns into a “winter wonderland” of sorts. Neighbors then donate their own money to a children’s based charity each year.To date ( including this year), our neighborhood and business sponsors raised over $117,680 for children’s charities in WNY!
Neighbors are then invited to gather and present the charity of choice all of the money that was raised. Each year participation and the amount of money seems to increase. We have been very pleased to have many businesses also join our fundraising effort. The very first event was such a hit that our “sister neighborhood” of Quail Run also wanted to join in. Year #3 had a neighborhood in Kenmore also join us! They too line their street with white lights and add to our final amount raised for charity.
We encourage visitors to drive through our neighborhood or simply take a walk to enjoy the lights. If you decide to drive through the neighborhood, be sure to turn on your car radio and enjoy some holiday songs! We have been very happy to see that many people…have been making this an annual event and have also been donating.
Please take a moment and watch as Eyewitness News take a drive through the neighborhood!
Thank you WGRZ for taking the time to come visit our display. We hope many people in WNY make it part of their holidays “must do;s!”
Stony Brook Drive in Lancaster is all lit up for the holiday season! Join us on a tour of the neighborhood – lit up for a good cause. Watch until the end for a remarkable display!
Posted by 7 Eyewitness News WKBW on Thursday, December 21, 2017