Even though the greatest damage from Tropical Storm Iselle was in the lower Puna area, the impact of the storm has been felt island-wide.
A Big Island group is asking for help for the residents of Puna, but they're not asking people to donate too much that they give the shirt off their backs. Instead they are asking everyone to put a shirt on.
"We see first-hand employees, friends, people we know, who have been affected, they lost their home or [it was] damage," said Connie Kurohara of Creative Arts Hawaii.
A couple of days ago local companies Creative Arts Hawaii, Aloha Grown, and Parker Ranch Store helped the best way they knew how. They created "Aloha Puna" shirts. All proceeds are being donated to the Hawaii Island United Way recovery efforts.
What started as a small in store sale has quickly went viral on social media.
"We get it on Facebook, messages like, 'I'm from Hilo and I just wanted to support.' It's pretty nice to see that," said Kurohara.
The t-shirts are $20 each and people from Hawaii and across the world have been buying this fundraising fashion.
"I'm surprised at how much online stuff we're getting and people from all over the country have been ordering and a lot of them put a little note in them saying they want to support the relief efforts in Puna," said Kurohara.
They've been getting orders from the west coast, east coast and even Korea.
Along with helping raise money for recovery efforts, Connie says wearing the shirt with the Aloha Puna logo on the front shows the people who were hardest hit by Tropical Storm Iselle that others have their back.
The t-shirts can be ordered at Alohapuna.com. They can also be picked up at the stores of the three Big Island sponsors. Only adult sizes are available.