‘Ferguson Proud’ organizers making a difference in their community

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(KTVI)- The 'Ferguson Proud' organizers making a difference in their community by spreading positivity at the St. Stephens Episcopal Church in Ferguson. They are getting together in an effort to restore the reputation of the Ferguson community and their "I Love Ferguson" campaign" is starting to gain some traction.

On Sunday, the Ferguson Alumni group held a food drive to help Ferguson residents in need. The turnout was phenomenal. T-shirts are also being distributed with the phrase 'I Heart Ferg.' The shirt idea came from three girls who brought a sign with the phrase on it to the city's mayor.

Carl Hart, McCluer Alumni Food Drive tells us more about their efforts.

All proceeds from the Ferguson proud t-shirts will go to the food pantry at St. Stephens.

To purchase a 'Ferguson Proud' t-shirt visit: ebay.com

Visit Ferguson Proud on Facebook. &

To help with food donations visit: The Food Pantry at St. Stephens

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