Rob Gronkowski made four Make-A-Wish kids' dreams come true at Gillette Stadium on Monday.
The Patriots hosted more than 250 kids at Gillette Stadium on Tuesday night at their annual Children's Christmas party for holiday fun and games - including the ever-popular Wrap-A-Pat!
Starting on Thursday, Nov. 23 and running through Monday, Dec. 17, fans can bring new and unwrapped toys to the blue and white collection bins around Gillette Stadium and at Faneuil Hall in Boston. The toys donated will benefit children in need during the holiday season
Boston Children's Hospital patient Jose designed a Patriots winter hat to be sold at the Pro Shop and was surprised at the hospital by the New England Patriots. Haylee, a former Childrens Hospital patient, got to meet Robert Kraft on the field during Sunday's game and show off her winter hat design.
Phillip Dorsett is representing the Boys & Girls Clubs of America to honor their work in providing after school programs and resources to ensure the success of all young people. He will wear his cleats on Sunday, Dec. 2 vs. the Vikings as part of the My Cause My Cleats initiative.
Adrian Clayborn is raising awareness for those with brachial plexus injury awareness. He will wear his cleats on Sunday, Dec. 2 vs. the Vikings as part of the My Cause My Cleats initiative.
Matthew Slater and David Andrews tells us why their chosen causes are important to them and we talk to the designer of their cleats, Leslie Morris.
Brian Hoyer is representing MSCPA-Angell to honor their work in protecting animals and advancing their health and welfare. He will wear his cleats on Sunday, Dec. 2 vs. the Vikings as part of the My Cause My Cleats initiative.
Duron Harmon is representing Autism Speaks to honor their work in enhancing the lives and increasing acceptance of those with autism and their families. He will wear his cleats on Sunday, Dec. 2 vs. the Vikings as part of the My Cause My Cleats initiative.
The players reveal the designs of their cleats for the My Cause My Cleats game. For more infomation on each players cause visit patriots.com/mycausemycleats.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft along with Stephen Gostkowski, Kyle Van Noy, David Andrews and several of their teammates lent a helping hand to families in need at the 25th Annual Thanksgiving-in-a-Basket event at the Morgan Memorial Goodwill. Over 200 local families received turkeys and baskets filled with all the Thanksgiving fixings. Special thanks to Stop & Shop, Campbell’s, Ocean Spray, and Dunkin’ Donuts for generously donating the products for these baskets.
Starting on Thursday, Nov. 23 and running through Monday, Dec. 17, fans can bring new and unwrapped toys to the blue and white collection bins around Gillette Stadium and at Faneuil Hall in Boston. The toys donated will benefit children in need during the holiday season.
A look back at 25 years of giving by the Kraft family and the Patriots at the annual Thanksgiving-in-a-Basket event.
The Patriots and the Kraft Family held a ceremony to recognize the service members who helped to protect our country during the Vietnam War.
The Patriots welcomed families of the TAPS program as part of the NFL's month long Salute to Service campaign. Joe Cardona, Devin McCourty and others met with families to honor their fallen loved ones.
It was a night full of costumes and candy as the New England Patriots welcomed a group of pediatric cancer patients to Gillette Stadium for a Halloween Party. See Devin McCourty, David Andrews and others dressed up in their finest costumes.
Players spend Tuesday in the community sharing laughs and making new friends.
Patriots players participate in the Van Noy Valor Foundation’s Celebrity Server Night to benefit for local foster children.
400 cancer survivors and their caregivers take the field before the start of the game.
The New England Patriots hosted thirteen cancer survivors and treated the ladies to a day of pampering and a meet and greet with a handful of players.
Rob Gronkowski teamed up with Stop & Shop to welcome three pediatric patients from the Dana Farber Cancer Institute for a day of baking and decorating cakes.
The Patriots Women's Association volunteered alongside Robert Kraft as they prepared and served meals to women experiencing homelessness in Boston.
The New England Patriots donated $10,000 to the Central High School Football in Providence to purchase new football equipment.
During the Play 60 Community event, players presented a check and did drills with students to promote health and wellness.
New England Patriot players, cheerleaders and team mascot, Pat Patriot, traveled to Cumberland Rhode Island alongside the United Health Care for the 9th annual, 'Do Good, Live Well, Playground Build'.