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Special Olympics Flag Football & Cheering Games
Sunday, October 28 marked the fourth annual Flag Football and Cheerleading Games at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough.
Patriots 2022 My Cause My Cleats Photos
For the seventh straight year, New England Patriots players, coaches and staff are participating in the NFL's 'My Cause My Cleats' campaign. The annual initiative gives teams the opportunity to wear unique, customized football cleats that are specifically designed to help promote and provide awareness to causes that are important to them. The Patriots will wear their custom cleats during Thursday Night's game against the Buffalo Bills.
Photos: Matt Judon Thanksgiving turkey giveaway
Matthew Judon provided turkeys to 40 local families in Foxboro on Tuesday, November 22. 2022. Families were from the YMCA and in addition to the turkeys, each family received the staples for the dinners from the YMCA food distribution program.
Photos: Robert Kraft and the Patriots deliver Thanksgiving baskets for 29th straight year
The New England Patriots Foundation teamed up with Goodwill to spread some good will in Boston on Tuesday, Nov. 22, 2022, distributing 200 Thanksgiving-themed baskets to individuals from Goodwill's job training and youth programs for a traditional Thanksgiving Day dinner. It was the 29th straight year the Patriots have provided Thanksgiving meals. Robert Kraft also gave a $10,000 check to Goodwill industries.
Photos: Wheelchair Football Clinic
On November 13th, the New England Patriots Foundation hosted a wheelchair football clinic alongside Adaptive Sports New England, Move United and the NFL/Bob Woodruff Foundation. Clinic participants including, youth, adults and US military veterans learned the fundamentals of wheelchair football and developed new skills.
Photos: Patriots foundation hosts "Ready to Pop" Operation Shower
The New England Patriots Foundation and PepsiCo hosted 30 military moms-to-be and provided gifts on Wednesday, Nov. 16, for a group baby shower. The moms were the spouses or partners of active duty or deployed members of local military bases, or in some cases, are active duty military members themselves.
Mac Jones Boys & Girls Club Visit
On November 11, Mac Jones visited the Gerald and Darlene Jordan Club in Chelsea, announcing the dedication of his My Cause My Cleats charity to the Boys & Girls Club.
Photos: Players play pickleball with Massachusetts National Guard
Patriots players Jahlani Tavai, Myles Bryant, Cole Strange, and others played pickleball with 40 U.S. Military men and women at the Kingsbury Club on Nov. 1, 2022.
Photos: Patriots honor World War II Veterans with memorial and ceremony at Patriot Place
As part of the NFL's Salute to Service campaign, the Kraft family, the New England Patriots Foundation and Cross Insurance celebrated the "greatest generation with a special ceremony on Wednesday, Nov. 2, 2022, featuring a World War II memorial dedicated to the veterans who served in the war. The memorial will be on display at Patriot Place through November 14.
Photos: Lawrence & Andrea Guy host second annual baby shower
The Guy Family Foundation held its second annual baby shower at Gillette Stadium on Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2022, for young single mothers who are expecting or recently had a baby. Thirty-six mothers were invited to the luncheon and were gifted with items such as baby bottles, blankets, car seats and baby monitors.
Photos: Patriots players dress up for Children's Halloween Party
To conclude the Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer initiative, the Patriots hosted pediatric cancer patients and their families at the stadium for a Halloween party on Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2022. The theme of this year's party was carnival.
Photos: Patriots roll at McCourty Bowl
Super Bowl champions Devin and Jason McCourty hosted the McCourty Bowl benefiting Boston Medical Center and Next Step on Monday, October 17th. The McCourty Bowl, formerly known as Sweet Feet for Strikes and Mayo Bowl, raised over $400,000 with Patriots players Hunter Henry, Damien Harris, David Andrews and more in attendance.
Photos: Patriots host cancer survivors for a day of pampering at Gillette Stadium
As part of the Crucial Catch: Intercept Cancer campaign, 17 cancer survivors were treated to "Patriots Day of Pampering" at Gillette Stadium on Monday, Oct. 3. The women made candles and jewelry and received manicures, in addition to meeting Patriots owner Robert Kraft and several players, including David Andrews, Matthew Judon, Nelson Agholor, Cole Strange, and Deatrich Wise Jr. They also received a surprise invitation from Kraft to attend the Patriots game against the Chicago Bears on Monday, Oct. 24.