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The Kraft family and the New England Patriots Foundation are accepting nominations for the 2018 Myra Kraft Community MVP Awards. $200,000 in grants will be presented to 26 New England-based nonprofit organizations in honor of their outstanding volunteers and nominations will be accepted from Feb. 28 to March 30, 2018. Read

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The New England Patriots Foundation announced $90,000 in grants to 15 local nonprofits in honor of each Patriots Difference Maker named during the 2017 Celebrate Volunteerism initiative. Don Cox from the Cape Cod Military Support Foundation was named the Patriots Difference Maker of the Year and was awarded a $20,000 grant for the nonprofit. Read

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Craig Poirier from Buzzards Bay, Mass. was selected as a Patriots Difference Maker of the Week for his commitment to the Homeless for the Holidays program for the Bourne Council on Aging. Read

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Bahjat Shariff from Lincoln, R.I. was selected as a Patriots Difference Maker of the Week for his commitment to Children's Friend and Service. Read

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With a dominating 37-7 victory over West Springfield in the 2017 MIAA Division 5 Football State Championship, the Dennis-Yarmouth Dolphins capped a perfect 13-0 season under the tutelage of head coach Paul Funk, who has been named the 2017 New England Patriots Coach of the Year. Read

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Every week throughout the season, the Kraft family and the foundation present the “Patriots Difference Maker of the Week” award, which recognizes deserving volunteers who go above and beyond to support their local community and nonprofit organizations. Read

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Mark Rozelle from Easton, Conn. was selected as a Patriots Difference Maker of the Week for his commitment to The Hole in the Wall Gang Camp. Read

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With a thrilling 18-15 win over Duxbury in the annual Thanksgiving Day game, Marshfield High School’s Lou Silva concluded his 37-year career as the Rams’ head coach and has been named this week’s New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week. Read

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Don Cox from West Barnstable, Mass. was selected as a Patriots Difference Maker of the Week for his commitment to the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation. Read

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Fans are encouraged to bring new, unwrapped toys to Sunday's game. Toy drive donation bins will be located outside the entrance gates to Gillette Stadium and donors will receive a 10 percent discount coupon to the Patriots Pro Shop. Patriots players will help deliver toys donated by Patriots fans to children in need this holiday season. Read

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After a dominating 52-33 win over Springfield Central on Saturday to clinch a spot in the Division 3 Super Bowl, St. John's (Shrewsbury) High School's John Andreoli has been named this week's New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week. Read

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Janet Trask from Brockton, Mass. was selected as a Patriots Difference Maker of the Week for her commitment to Family and Community Resources, Inc. Read

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It is Almeida’s second time to be recognized with this honor. Read

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Every week throughout the season, the Kraft family and the foundation present the “Patriots Difference Maker of the Week” award, which recognizes deserving volunteers who go above and beyond to support their local community and nonprofit organizations. Read

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With a thrilling 21-20 come-from-behind victory over Boston College High School, Catholic Memorial High School’s Brent Williams has been named this week’s New England Patriots High School Coach of the Week. Read