BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - An update to the story we reported Monday about three sisters selling T-shirts with a great message printed on them.
17's Tabatha Mills shared the stories of Ava, Kaela and Isla Wilstead, who are selling shirts that read: "Kind girls make stronger women."
They say it's to make a difference after the recent riots in Charlotesville, Virginia.
Since their story aired, they called with an update to say they've now sold 300 T-shirts and counting.
A new partnership is aiming to help change lives in Bakersfield.
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