'God over COVID:' Raleigh couple selling t-shirts, gives portion of proceeds to UNC Health Foundation

RALEIGH (WTVD) -- A Raleigh cheesecake business is selling t-shirts to fundraise a hefty amount of money to the UNC Health Foundation.

Ken and Tamara Williams have a family business, Royal Cheesecake and Varieties, baking sweet treats in Raleigh. In May, the Williams were inspired after donating blood to create and sell t-shirts with a portion of proceeds benefitting local healthcare workers.

The two lean on their faith in all facets of their life and wanted to give back during the pandemic.

The t-shirts read 'God Over COVID,' the Williams presented their first check for $400 to the UNC Health Foundation to support their COVID-19 Response Fund.
"It's an absolute blessing and we hope to continue to sell more shirts to keep giving checks," explained Ken Williams.

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UNC Health Foundation's Allison Baranowski said, "It's amazing. People supporting other people. That's what we need right now."

The Williams will continue selling the shirts online -- for up to $23 -- and will have a few for sale at the June 28 Black Farmers' Market at the Southeast Raleigh YMCA from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.
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