FLEMINGTON, NJ - Hunterdon Central Regional High School graduating senior and athlete, Bella Almeida, with her mom, created a designed t-shirt to reflect what students are dealing with during quarantine, and donated all the proceeds to the Hunterdon Healthcare Foundation.

With the phrase, "Socially Distant – United for Life," Almeida enlisted the help of Sneakers Plus in Flemington to create and sell 500 #Quaranteens t-shirts.

Almeida then presented the foundation with a check for $2,686, the proceeds from the sales of the shirts.

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"I am thrilled by the strong response from our community to support our local healthcare heroes working tirelessly in the fight against COVID-19," she said in a release. "Thank you to everyone involved for turning a small idea crafted at the kitchen table into a fantastic community fundraiser."

Almeida will be attending Duke University in the fall to study neuroscience.