By Steve Corkran
Friday, December 16th, 2011 at 2:33 pm in Oakland Raiders.
Raiders quarterback Jason Campbell might not be able to play football right now, but that isn’t stopping him from being active in the community.
Quite the contrary. Campbell is doing more than his share to make the holidays even more enjoyable for many in need. For details, we submit a letter from Campbell:
This holiday season may be the toughest one yet! Unemployment on the rise, under-employment, not having enough money to buy food, pay bills or thing about celebrating the season – the everyday low-income struggles of making ends meet have taken its toll especially for single mothers. On December 20th, we will be hosting our first annual Jason Campbell Christmas Toy Giveaway. We have adopted 10 single mothers and a total of 26 children. We are committed not only to hand out toys, but to make a difference a share a message of HOPE and provide an evening filled with music, dinner and entertainment.
Your sponsorship is greatly appreciated. To donate, log onto www.jasoncampbellfoundation.com. We appreciate your consideration and thank you in advance for your support. Your donation will be tax-deductible.
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