Tom Brady to donate to Hurricane Ian victims

Week 4 Sunday Night Football, between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefswill be held at Raymond James Stadium despite the Hurricane Ian.

The Bucs practiced at the Miami Dolphins facility and will return to Tampa for Sunday Night and Tom Brady returned from home. Through his Twitter account, the Buccaneers quarterback announced that he will make a donation to the Florida Disaster Fund for those affected by the hurricane and he hopes other members of the NFL will follow suit. The amount was not specified.

“I’m happy to be back home for Sunday Night, but a lot of people in Florida won’t be able to do the same. I’ll be donating to the Florida Disaster Fund to get things started and hoped the rest of the NFL family will too.”, tweeted the QB.

Likewise, the buccaneersthrough the Glazer family, will make a donation of one million dollars to different organizations that will help the victims of the southwestern zone of the state of Florida.

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What is the Florida Disaster Fund?

September 28 Casey DeSantis, First Lady of Florida, activated the Florida Disaster Fund to support communities impacted by Hurricane Ian. This is the official state private fund whose purpose is to provide financial assistance in partnership with public and private organizations and NGOs.

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The Fund raised $6.5 million for disasters caused by Hurricane Irma in 2017. On that occasion, 65,000 volunteers volunteered to remove more than 14,000 trees and clean 500 houses.

Donations to the Hurricane Ian Relief Fund can be made here.

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