NFL and NBA teams up to help Florida recover from Hurricane Ian

FFollowing the passage of Hurricane Ian through Florida, sports have united to help the state heal, and teams such as Tampa Bay Buccaneers And this orlando magic Announced a donation of one million to support and help those who need it most.

Ian’s devastation after passing through Florida has shown that sports are always meant to contribute to good causes and the first to show solidarity were the Books, who announced, in the voice of the team’s co-owner, Darcy Glazer Kasewitzthat they will donate.

Darcy said, “The devastation in Southwest Florida and the damage done across our state will be felt for some time. It will take entire communities working together for an extended period of time, and our families to assist in the recovery.” Committed to,” Darcy said. ,

So, to help the areas hardest hit by hurricanes hit Florida this week, he lamented what happened to thousands of families, but also “done by the heroic first responders and everyone who helped.” Highlighting the work going on. Keep others safe.”

NFL Matched Bux’s donations to help in the tragedy, and additionally the jerseys worn by Bucs will be auctioned and Kansas City Chiefs Players sell out on Sunday nights, as well as “Florida Strong” jerseys.

The NFL said, “The thoughts of the NFL family are with the various communities impacted by Hurricane Ian during this difficult time, and we will continue to find additional ways to provide help and support to those in Florida who may need it now and in the months to come.” Will help.”

Orlando Magic also donated

in the form of bus buxo And this NFL NBA Team Orlando Magic Teams Up to Help Those Who Need It Most Today, NBA Team Orlando Magic announced a $1 million donation on behalf of the DeVos family, which owns the team.

“We will continue to partner with organizations closest to those most affected and, as always, we will prioritize the health and safety of the people of the region.”

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