Jaguars’ Calais Campbell Creating A ‘Season Of Giving’

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – During his second annual Bowling Classic at Main Event Entertainment, Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell announced a new way he plans to give back to the community.

Campbell said during the off-season, and each month during the regular season, he will make a donation to different local charities. He called it a “season of giving.”

On Tuesday night, Campbell’s charity presented a $15,000 check to the Ronald McDonald House, a non-profit that helps families who need to be near a hospital as a child undergoes medical treatment.

Campbell personally donated $10,000 of his own money and said that any money raised during his silent auction during the bowling tournament would go straight to the charity.

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  1. I Have son that has disability that keeps him in bed 90 % of the time, hes big fan Calais
    Would there be way we could make this happen

  2. Good morning,

    I am an intern with the Times-Union and am currently pursuing a story about Calais Campbell’s Season of Giving. I was hoping to ask a few questions about the various charities receiving donations through his initiative and what it means for them, what inspired Calais’ idea to continue to give back to the community in a creative way, and what he has planned for the future with the Charles Richard Campbell foundation.

    I appreciate your time in reading this and look forward to the possibility of hearing from you soon.

    Thank you.

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