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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.
Photos: Patriots Bowl at Sweet Feet For Strikes Tournament
Several Patriots players, including Dont'a Hightower, Sony Michel, Jamie Collins, Kyle Van Noy Devin McCourty, Jason McCourty and others, turned out for "Sweet Feet For Strikes" celebrity bowling tournament at Kings Dining & Entertainment in Dedham, Mass. on Monday, Sept. 16, 2019. All proceeds from the charity event benefit the Boston Medical Center.
Photos: Patriots Nike Air Force 1 Sneaker
For the sixth consecutive year, Nike and the New England Patriots collaborated on a limited edition Patriots-designed Air Force 1 sneaker, which was unveiled by Patriots Chairman and CEO Robert Kraft and sold at the Patriots ProShop on Saturday, Sept. 7, 2019. This year’s special edition, Air Force 1 Flyknit Low NE QS, celebrates the Patriots record-tying sixth Super Bowl Championship with colors reflective of the team’s color rush uniform. Each year, the shoes have sold out and raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Boston.
Photos: Patriots honor Community MVPs
Robert Kraft, Andre Tippett and the Patriots Foundation honored the 2019 Myra Kraft Community MVP awards winners during a luncheon at Gillette Stadium on Tuesday, Aug. 20, 2019. The 26 volunteer winners, who come from all six New England states, received grants for the nonprofit organizations where they volunteer. There were 25 winners of $10,000 and one grand prize winner, who received $25,000.
Patriots and Bob's donate hundreds of beds to kids in need
In partnership with Bob's Discount Furniture, the Patriots Foundation surprised 200 kids in need with brand new beds, pajamas and more at Gillette Stadium on Monday, Aug. 19, 2019. The kids, identified through Massachusetts Coalition for the Homeless and its 'A Bed for Every Child' initiative, also got to meet several Patriots players, including James White, Devin McCourty, Stephon Gilmore, Matthew Slater and Kyle Van Noy.
Patriots & CarMax surprise military kids with bikes
For the second year in a row, the New England Patriots and CarMax teamed up to support military families by inviting local children of service members and their families to attend Patriots Training Camp on Thursday, July 25, 2019. CarMax associates built bikes for the children and the bikes were presented to the kids by Patriots players following practice.
Rob Gronkowski visits a child with brain cancer for Make-A-Wish
Former Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski visited with John, an 11 year old boy with brain cancer at Albany Medical Center in New York. As a huge Patriots fan, John's wish was to meet Rob Gronkowski. His entire hospital room is Patriots themed and his most prized possession is his Gronk jersey.
Fans go behind the scenes at Patriots Fantasy Camp
More than 140 Patriots fans experienced a day in the life of a Patriots player at the 2019 Patriots Fantasy Camp presented by Zudy. The participants went toe-to-toe with the Patriots offense and defense on the Gillette Stadium field. They also received exclusive access to all of the Patriots training facilities and their coaching staff. All proceeds from this charitable event supported the efforts of the New England Patriots Foundation.
Photos: Gronk buzzes head at One Mission Buzz Off for Kids with Cancer
Recently retired Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski continued the great work he does off the field, getting his head shaved, and shaving the heads of others, during the 10th annual One Mission Buzz Off for Kids with Cancer event at Gillette Stadium on Sunday, June 2, 2019. This is the 9th year Gronkowski has participated in the charity event, which raises thousands of dollars each year to tackle pediatric cancer.