Players spend Tuesday in the community sharing laughs and making new friends.
In association with the Make A Wish Foundation, 5 kids and their families were able to meet Robert Kraft and Tom Brady. The lifelong Patriot fans toured the stadium, including the trophy room and caught passes from Tom Brady.
On Tuesday night, Patriots linebacker Kyle Van Noy was selected as the 2019 winner of the Ron Burton Community Service Award. The award is given out every year to the player that best exemplifies the Patriots in the community. Check out the event recap.
Kyle Van Noy was presented the Ron Burton Community Service Award at Tuesday night's Patriots Premiere event to acknowledge his work and dedication to community service.
The Kraft Family and the Patriots highlight the importance of volunteerism in our community in honor of Myra Kraft.
The Patriots and the Revs have teamed up to donate 15,000 backpacks to military children in Massachusetts. Robert Kraft made a big appearance at the Empower Field House to thank the volunteers for their support and hard work on Thursday, August 15, 2019.
If you are attending a Patriots Training Camp practice or the Revolution game on Saturday, August 3. we have a job for you! We are gathering schools supplies to fill 15,000 backpacks for military children. Look for the collection bins located by the gates. Thank you for your support!
Patriots players surprise kids from the Massachusetts Military Support Foundation with new bikes after practice.
Yesterday the Patriots rookie class visited the Boston Children’s Hospital where they helped to cheer up some of the children. They did arts and crafts and made some surprise visits.
Patriots players visited Brigham & Women’s/MGH at Patriot Place in honor of National Nurses Appreciation Week.
4th grader Leo Larocque, who was diagnosed with Ewing’s Sarcoma and fitted for a prosthetic leg, was surpised by the NFL and New England Patriots with two tickets to Super Bowl LIII.
Devin McCourty is the Patriots 2018 nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award. Each nominee receives a pair of Super Bowl tickets to donate to the recipient of their choice. Watch as McCourty presents his tickets a young man he met on a visit to Boston Children's Hospital in 2013.
Members of UTEC, a nonprofit organization based in Lowell, MA, arrived at Gillette Stadium on Monday expecting to simply give a presentation to the Patriots about their mission to nurture the ambition of our most disconnected young people to trade violence and poverty for social and economic success. Instead, they were surprised with a $75,000 grant from the Patriots Social Justice Fund.
The Patriots hosted their annual 'Gifts from the Gridiron' event at Bass Pro Shops last night. Players were teamed up with local kids in need as they shopped for Christmas presents to give to their families.
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.
Rob Gronkowski made four Make-A-Wish kids' dreams come true at Gillette Stadium on Monday.
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.