Buffalo Bills’ Josh Norman Continues to Raise Money for Small Businesses
Josh Norman of the Buffalo Bills knows the importance of small businesses here in our local community, and he has committed to doing what he can to help bring awareness and help for businesses that have been affected by the pandemic.
A program called the "Buffalo Business Blitz", designed to help small businesses that are struggling to stay afloat, due to the loss of revenue and business during this global pandemic, has now raised more than $90,000 since its launch in the early part of December.
Cornerback Josh Norman provided $25,000 of his own money to fund grants up to $2,500 each to participating impacted businesses. Josh also encourages people that would like to help out and donate to click here, the program has been extended to December 31.
The more money we raise, the more businesses we can help during the COVID-19 emergency. I thank Josh Norman for his dedication to the success of Buffalo's small businesses and his continued support for our community. He is another great example of why the Buffalo Bills are the best both on and off the field.
said, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown.
In my opinion, the growth of Buffalo businesses is very important, and it's really great to see people like Josh Norman step up and commit to being a be part of the success of the businesses here in our community.
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