You could say some specially printed t-shirts at a local shop were made through a labor of love.
They are for the family of Israel Thornton, the five year old boy recently killed in a hit and run incident.
"Israel's aunt called me and asked if I could help out," said Susan.
Susan Lange of ESP Promotions was honored, even humbled to help.
"I wish the family well. I feel very sorry for their loss," Susan said.
With each shirt pressed goodness begets goodness-- just ask Anthony Semoni of Creative Designs.
"I am just very happy we were able to help out Susan," Anthony Semoni said.
90 shirts, worth $10 a piece, free of charge, will be delivered just in time for Israel's service scheduled for Saturday.
Susan will use a van to deliver the shirts Friday afternoon, rushing a three day order into just a day and a half.
Israel was fatally struck Friday morning October 25, 2013 while walking to school.
The following Saturday: a vigil containing an outpouring of support from a grief stricken community, and Friday continued support at the printing shop -- it speaks volumes for a city hardened by its serial killers and serial kidnappers but not too hard to be touched by this little boy's story.
"I am happy to have been a part of it, to be able to help the family in some small way, nothing compares to what they are going through," added Susan.