Sport For Good Highlight | 2023 NFL Season

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AFH Sport for Good Highlight: National Football League

September 7 marks the dawn of the 2023 NFL season. From now until February there will be highlight reel plays and iconic moments on the field, but there will also be important events away from the gridiron. 

The National Football League has long been a philanthropic institution that prides itself on giving back to communities and people in need. Whether it is through the NFL Foundation or independent charity organizations, the league is one of the premier organizations in terms of charitable donations and initiatives. 

During the next several months there will be a spotlight on the players, coaches, and organizations that are the backbone of “America’s Game.” Check out some highlights below of players and teams giving back to their communities as we get ready for the season ahead!

“To Weaver, love can come in many different forms. It can come in a smile, an ounce of happiness, or a small gesture. Giving back has become the star’s way of showing love, and it is through others that he realizes he is more than a normal person, he is a source of inspiration.”

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“The awards bring the program’s total commitment since it began in 1998 to $61.8 million, resulting in the creation or refurbishment of 431 fields nationwide.”

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“He’s recently signed on to be an AFH Whole Being Athlete Mental Health Ambassador and gotten involved in our Hospital Heroes program – all within two weeks of the NFL Draft!”

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“The NFL first met Rojas this past February at Super Bowl LVI in Los Angeles. After seeing a commissioned piece he made during a Super Bowl week event and learning more about the artist’s inspiring life mission and unique backstory, the NFL set out to collaborate with Rojas for the upcoming season to create and display pieces that encourage love and unity.”

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