Professional NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick can’t find a team to call home in the National Football League, but that didn’t stop the NFL Player’s Association from celebrating his charity work this week.
The official player’s union of the NFL named Kap as the organization’s Week 1 “Community MVP” on Friday. He received the honor “for his commitment to empowering underserved communities through donations and grassroots outreach,” the NFLPA announcement notes.
On Sept. 7, Kaepernick split a $100,000 donation up between four charities: DREAM, Coalition for the Homeless, The Gathering for Justice, and United We Dream. Days later he was on hand for a Back to School Backpack Giveaway at Lower Eastside Girls Club of New York. Read more…