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Patriots players and cheerleaders donate 90 tablets in Boston
On June 13, Patriots players and cheerleaders visited the United South End Settlements in Boston to donate 90 tablets. All of the tablets had been previously used by Patriots players to study film, but they will now be used for educational opportunities for preschool and elementary school students.
Patriots Celebrate Random Acts of Kindness Week
From February 15 through February 19, the New England Patriots celebrated Random Acts of Kindness Week in a few special ways. On Monday, Patriots Cheerleaders and Pat Patriot filled Boston-area Community Fridges. On Tuesday, Cheer and Pat surprised people with Gulf Oil gift cards as they arrived at the gas station. On Wednesday, Cheer and Pat paid for customer's orders at Foxborough Dunkin' locations. On Thursday, the Patriots and Revolution brought hats and gloves to Providence Rescue Mission. Finally, on Friday and Saturday the Patriots went with Empowerment Plan to deliver coats to homeless and home insecure people around Boston and Brockton.
Photos: Healthcare superheroes enjoy trip to Super Bowl LV
Check out photos of the healthcare superheroes, who enjoyed am all-expenses paid trip from Gillette Stadium to Super Bowl LV in Tampa, Florida, including roundtrip travel on the Patriots team plane, on Sunday, Feb. 7, 2021.
Photos: Illustrating community impact by Devin McCourty, the Patriots 2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year Nominee
Presenting some photos of Devin McCourty, the Patriots 2020 Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee, who has made an impact in the community.
Moments That Make You Smile In Partnership With Align Technology's Invisalign Brand
On Monday, December 21, the Kraft Family and the New England Patriots Foundation teamed with Align Technology's Invisalign Brand to deliver Christmas trees, holiday decorations, children's gifts, Patriots gear, a Patriot Place gift card and a box of food for holiday meals to 8 local families throughout Massachusetts. Pat Patriot and a Patriots cheerleader helped with the surprises in these moments that will make you smile.
Patriots donate Christmas trees, gifts and more to foster families
On Dec. 12, the Patriots teamed with the Wonderfund of Massachusetts to help bring smiles to children in need. One hundred foster families picked up Christmas trees, lights, ornaments and a tree stand at Gillette Stadium. They also drove out onto the field to pick up teddy bears, holiday gifts and take a socially distanced photo with Patriots cheerleaders and Pat Patriot. The event was sponsored by the Kraft family and Patriots captains Lawrence Guy, Devin McCourty and Jason McCourty.
Patriots 'My Cause My Cleats' photos
For the fifth straight season, the New England Patriots are participating in the NFL's 'My Cause My Cleats' campaign, which gives both players and coaches the opportunity to wear cleats that are designed to promote a cause important to them. Here's a look at the Patriots' custom cleats.
Patriots Distribute 200 Thanksgiving Baskets to Goodwill Families
For the 27th consecutive year, the Patriots teamed up with Morgan Memorial Goodwill Industries to provide 200 complete Thanksgiving meals to families in need at the Goodwill headquarters in Boston on Tuesday, Nov. 24, 2020. Josh Kraft, Andre Tippett, and Pat Patriot and Cheer were on site to help put baskets into recipients cars as they drove up.
Photos: Patriots Foundation & Gulf Oil Distribute 42K meals to local veterans in need
Earlier today, the Patriots Foundation teamed up with Gulf Oil to distribute over 42,000 meals to veterans in need from Gillette Stadium. As part of the donation, Gulf donated over $10,000 in Gulf Oil gas gift cards to our veterans in an effort to support and thank them for their service.
Hospital patients receive special message from Patriots players, receive New Era Crucial Catch hats
In honor of Crucial Catch month, New England Patriot players Deatrich Wise and Adam Butler sent video messages to patients at various New England hospitals. These special messages were shared via the staffs' mobile devices to patients who are undergoing cancer treatment. Deatrich and Adam wanted to let patients know the Patriots organization is thinking of them and sent along words of encouragement. The patients also received New Era Patriots Crucial Catch hats.
Celebrating Crucial Catch Month with Gift Basket Deliveries and Rolling Rally
The Kraft family and Patriots Foundation worked closely with Massachusetts General Hospital and Dana Farber to surprise six female cancer patients currently undergoing treatment by delivering Patriots Thinking of You gift baskets and floral arrangements that included a variety of Patriots themed gifts including customized #1 jerseys, Patriots masks, New Era Crucial Catch caps and more.
In addition, on Sunday, October 18th, in an effort to keep participants safe, the American Cancer Society's Making Strides Against Breast Cancer of Boston event featured 250 cars in a rolling rally at Gillette Stadium.
Photos: Patriots Host Second Soup-R Bowl at Gillette Stadium
The Patriots and Revolution teamed up with the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation to host a second Soup R Bowl event at Gillette Stadium on Friday, June 12, 2020. The food packages were distributed just in time for Father's Day and Flag Day, and included summer BBQ essentials including hot dogs, hamburgers, rolls, chips, soup, crackers, fresh fruit and more. The Soup R Bowl, an extension of the Food4Vets program, was made possible thanks to the work of many volunteers, including former Patriots player Roland James and former offensive line coach Dante Scarnecchia.
Photos: Patriots plant 2,500 American flags at Gillette Stadium
Paying tribute to our fallen heroes during Memorial Day weekend, local volunteers helped plant more than 2,500 American flags in a flag garden at Patriot Place just outside of Gillette Stadium on Thursday, May 21, 2020. The effort, done in conjunction with the Massachusetts Military Heroes Fund, honors all of the men and women from Foxborough that have lost their lives defending our country since the Revolutionary War. Located in Lot 5, the flag garden will be on display through Thursday, May 28.