Community Comes Together at Buffalo’s Cafe to Benefit Young Cancer Patient

Last week, I asked for anyone in the Loganville-Grayson area to stop by our Buffalo’s Cafe for a benefit event in honor of young cancer patient, Imogen Passman.

It sounds like the turn-out was pretty significant, with more than 300 people stopping by the car show and $8,000 raised.

Here’s a post-event re-cap courtesy of the local Patch site:

More than 300 people attended and $8,000 was raised at a benefit to help a 3-year-old Grayson girl battling a rare form of cancer.

Buffalo’s Café in Loganville hosted the Saturday, May 17 event benefitted Imogen Passman, who has ganglioneuroblastoma, from which a tumor has grown around her spine.

Buffalo’s donated a percentage of sales. The event included 75 show cars on display in the parking lot.

The money will go toward escalating medical bills. “Immy” is undergoing chemotherapy and physical therapy at the Mayo Clinic.

Thanks again to everyone who helped out!

[Photo Credit:  Buffalo's Loganville]