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At Tuesday evening's Patriots Premiere on the field at Gillette Stadium, Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski became the 14th player to receive the New England Patriots Ron Burton Community service Award. Read

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Grand prize includes travel for two on the team plane to a Patriots away game, accommodations in the team hotel, two tickets to the game and pregame on-field passes. Proceeds benefit the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation. Read

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Twenty-six New Englanders honored at Gillette Stadium during the 2016 Myra Kraft Community MVP Awards. Barry Clayman of South Yarmouth, Mass. wins grand prize of $25,000 for Yarmouth Food Pantry. Read

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The New England Patriots Charitable Foundation Boston Marathon runners are making their final strides to race day. Read

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The Patriots Marathon Team has raised more than $161,000 and counting to support volunteer organizations in honor of Myra Kraft. Read

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$200,000 in grants will be presented to 26 New England-based nonprofit organizations in honor of their outstanding volunteers. Nominations will be accepted from Feb. 16 to March 15, 2016. Read

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Dion Lewis and Geneo Grissom visited the Boston hospital, where they met patients and did Valentine's Day-themed crafts. Read

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The Patriots safety spent Thursday at the Boston hospital, where he met pediatric cancer patients and donated platelets. Read

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The Kraft family and the New England Patriots were incredibly moved by the Empowerment Plan and wanted to support the cause for a second consecutive year. Read

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Experience includes tickets to the Patriots divisional playoff game on Jan. 16, pregame on-field passes and a Tom Brady autographed football. Proceeds benefit the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation. Read

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The Patriots Charitable Foundation announced $90,000 in grants to 15 local nonprofits in honor of each Patriots Difference Maker named during the 2015 Celebrate Volunteerism initiative. Ozzie Hardy from Ozzie’s Kids named the Patriots Difference Maker of the Year and awarded a $20,000 grant for his nonprofit. Read

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Robert Kraft, Andre Tippett and rookie Brandon King were on hand for a special day at George J. West Elementary School in Providence, R.I. Read

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The Falcons claimed the MIAA Division 6 state championship title by defeating St. Bernard’s, 28-8 this past Saturday at Gillette Stadium. Read

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The Kraft family and the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation hosted the Punt, Pass and Kick Championship for the 2015 NFL Punt, Pass and Kick program prior to Sunday's Patriots-Eagles game at Gillette Stadium. Read

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Fans encouraged to bring new, unwrapped toys to Sunday’s game. Toy drive donation bins will be located outside the entrance gates to Gillette Stadium. Read