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Buffalo Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes (55) chases Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) during the first half of an NFL football game Sunday, Dec. 12, 2021, in Tampa, Fla.

NFL Huddle for 100

In honor of its 100th season, the NFL and the Patriots are inviting fans to partner with us in a Huddle for 100. Choose a cause, donate 100 minutes of your time, and help shape what your community will look like for the next 100 years. Each month, the club with the most volunteer minutes will receive a community-focused grant from the NFL Foundation with one $100,000 grant awarded as a grand prize for a community project at the end of the year. Make your minutes count by sharing your volunteer experience by using #PatriotsHuddlefor100.

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Other Ways to Get Involved

Huddle with Our Partners

Patriots in the Community

Patriots host Day Of Pampering

Patriots host Day Of Pampering

The New England Patriots invited fifteen cancer survivors to Gillette Stadium to treat the ladies to a day of pampering, as well as to surprise them with a special visit to the field.

UnitedHealthcare 10th Annual Playground Build

UnitedHealthcare 10th Annual Playground Build

The New England Patriots teamed up with UnitedHealthcare and KaBOOM! for the tenth consecutive year to build a new playground at the Foxborough Regional Charter School.

About Our Partnership

The NFL is teaming up with the largest not-for-profit exclusively for young people and social change in the US, so younger fans can get involved in volunteer campaigns from anywhere around the world.