FOXBOROUGH, Mass. - To encourage contributions to the Gulf Coast recovery efforts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina, the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation has established a program for Patriots players, coaches and employees to make donations in support of the hurricane relief efforts. If players, coaches and staff choose to make a personal financial contribution to a sanctioned non-profit organization that is working directly with disaster relief, the Kraft family, through the New England Patriots Charitable Foundation, will match those contributions for the first $100,000 raised. The New England Patriots are represented by five players who attended Louisiana State University; Eric Alexander, Kevin Faulk, Marquise Hill, Randall Gay and Jarvis Green. These players and the entire Patriots organization thank our fans for keeping the hurricane victims in their thoughts and prayers.
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