Get Involved

day of hope

When one of our military members is wounded, their families suffer right beside them, often leaving their home quickly to spend long periods of time with their loved one as they recover at Walter Reed Medical Center. So for this year’s Day of Hope, Legends 102.7 is supporting New York Warrior Alliance. New York Warrior Alliance is a wonderful local charity (not affiliated with Wounded Warrior Project) that collects donations of new clothing, toiletries, household supplies and more for our military members and their families. 100% of the proceeds go directly to our wounded warriors and their caregivers, and everything is hand delivered to Walter Reed by a team of volunteers.

The annual Legends Day of Hope is Saturday, December 7 from 10am-8pm. We’re making it easier than ever to drop off your donations. This year there will be 3 drop off locations – Pino’s Deli on West Ridge Road in Greece, Tile Creations by Valerie on West Henrietta Road, and Bayles Leatherhouse Furniture on Route 96 in Victor.¬†Your favorite Legends hosts will be at each location, broadcasting live and accepting your donations.

Please join us in supporting this wonderful charity. Drop off your donations December 7th from 10am-8pm at any of the 3 locations as we support New York Warrior Alliance.

NY Warrior Alliance Accepts:

  • New clothing for men, women & children (coats, hats, scarves, mittens, sweatpants, sweatshirts, etc.)
  • Baby wipes
  • Diapers
  • Toiletries
  • Toothbrushes
  • Tooth paste
  • Razors
  • Shaving cream
  • New & used DVDs
  • Gift cards to Target & Walmart

Drop off Locations:

Westside – Pino’s Deli, 2590 West Ridge Rd (in the Buckman’s Plaza)
Southside – Tile Creations by Valerie, 2973 West Henrietta Road
Eastside – Bayles Leatherhouse Furniture, 7275 Rt. 96 Victor

4 thoughts on “Get Involved

  1. I’ve been to a couple events that benefited NY Warrior Alliance and I would love to become involved with your organization. I believe it is very important to not ‘forget’ about the soliders when they come home, especially those who have a long road of recovery ahead of them. Please let me know any way I could be of assistance.

    • Hi Michelle,

      Sorry for the delay in my response. Our website is new and partially under construction. So I just got this message. Thank you for your interest. Some ideas are to collect care package items at the work place, as we routinely send care packages out to deployed military. In November, we deliver household and clothing supplies to Walter Reed. So promoting that event and collecting these items is an option too. If you want to call me, we can talk further. 585.766.0538. Thank you for your interest.

      Amy Tausch

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