ABINGTON (CBS) – In just weeks, an Abington woman who gave “Boston Strong” a new look has already helped raise more than $20,000 for coronavirus relief through t-shirt sales.

Molly Snyder, whose mother is a staffing coordinator at Carney Hospital in Boston, designed a Boston Strong logo that featured a mask, needle and stethoscope.

(Image credit: Molly Snyder)

Just over a week ago, Snyder teamed up with Rockland Athletic Supplies to get the logo printed onto shirts and order about 500 shirts. At the time, Synder had raised more than $5,000.

Since then, the shirts have been a hit. She has sold more than 2,000 shirts and raised $20,000 for the COVID-19 Relief Fund and Fuel the Fight campaign.

Comments (3)
  1. Ed Keenan says:

    HOW DOES THE AVERAGE JOE PURCHASE A T-SHIRT?

  2. harris kleinkopf says:

    i agree i want one as well…

  3. Terry Armstrong says:

    How do you get one?? I want one too!!!

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