Jags, Colts, and Titans help out the Houston community with a joint donation of $100,000
Houston- The Jacksonville Jaguars, Colts, and Titans decided to pitch and help out the Houston community that was impacted by the snow storm.
All three NFL organizations wanted to help out the Houston community any way that they could, so they decided to donate $100,000, as well as the NFL foundation, who matched the donations with $100,000.
The Houston Texans are helping out with directing donations to the Houston /Harris County 2021 Winter Storm Relief Fund, which will focus on meeting unmet needs of recovering families by supporting nonprofits who can help with plumbing, home repair, temporary housing and other basic needs relief.
“It is an honor to join our colleagues in the AFC South and at the NFL Foundation in supporting the Houston community as they recover from the devastating effects of the winter storm,” said Amy Adams Strunk, controlling owner, Tennessee Titans. “As a native of the area, I know the region will overcome the stunning amount of damage to families and property, and the entire Titans family is thinking of them during this difficult time.”
“As our community continues to recover from the devastating events of last week, we are grateful for the support from our AFC South family as well as the NFL Foundation,” said Houston Texans Chairman and CEO Cal McNair. “I am very proud that our division and the NFL consistently act as one team with one mission, take care of each other. This is part of who we are.”