Join the 2020 Patriots Boston Marathon team
The Patriots Foundation is now accepting applications for their 2020 Boston Marathon team. All proceeds from this year’s charity team will support the Myra Kraft Community MVP Awards program. LEARN MORE
Join the Patriots in a Huddle for 100
In honor of the NFL’s 100th season, the fans across the world are volunteering 100 minutes in their communities. Join the #PatriotsHuddlefor100 and help us to make a difference in our New England communities.
Patriots decal stickers now available in New Hampshire
Patriots fans in the state of New Hampshire now have an opportunity to show their team pride on their vehicle.
Latest Community Photos
Photos: Patriots treat cancer survivors to a day of pampering at Gillette Stadium
As part of the Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer campaign, 15 cancer survivors were treated to a “Patriots Day of Pampering” at Gillette Stadium on Thursday, Oct. 3, 2019. Patriots Chairman and CEO presented game tickets to all of the women for the Oct. 10 game against the N.Y. Giants. The women were also treated to a healthy breakfast, manicures, massages, relaxation yoga and a surprise visit to the field, where they met several players including Julian Ededlman, Matthew Slater, Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty, James White, Sony Michel, Joe Thuney, Marcus Cannon, Brandon Bolden and Duron Harmon.
Photos: Patriots celebrate Coffee With A Cop Day
In honor of National Coffee with a Cop Day (Wed. Oct. 2), Patriots players Lawrence Guy and Marcus Cannon celebrated by having coffee with law enforcement on Tuesday, Oct 1, 2019. Guy made a surprise visit to the Abington Dunkin’ while Cannon brought coffee and donuts to the police station in Foxborough, Both players enjoyed a cup of Joe and a friendly conversation with police men and women.
Photos: Patriots help build a playground in Foxborough
The Patriots teamed up with UnitedHealthcare, KaBOOM! and community members to build a new playground at Foxborough Regional Charter School on Tuesday, Oct. 1, 2019. This marks the 10th consecutive year the Patriots, UnitedHealthcare and KaBOOM! have worked together to build a playground in the New England area. Chase Winovich, Jonathan Jones and Adam Butler were among the Patriots who lent a helping hand.
Photos: Patriots Play 60 at Providence Career & Technical Academy
The New England Patriots and the New England Dairy & Food Council teamed up to present this year’s Hometown Grant to Providence Career & Technical Academy in Providence, RI, on Tuesday September 17, 2019. Patriots players Nate Ebner, Adam Butler, Jonathan Jones and Chase Winovich helped present the $10,000 grant, which will help the school enhance, facilitate and implement sustainable physical activity and healthy eating changes for their high school students. The players also participated in football activities at the school.