Did Christian McCaffrey win you a fantasy football title?
He’s offering you a chance to give back.
The Carolina Panthers running back launched a campaign on Thursday called “22 and You” to help healthcare workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic in North and South Carolina.
McCaffrey matching corporate donations
He pledged to match the donations of corporate partners Lowes and Bose and encouraged fans to join in, suggesting donations of $22, $220 or $2,200 to match his jersey No. 22.
He also encouraged fans to stay home and stay healthy.
As of Thursday morning, nearly 1,900 cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in North Carolina along with 16 deaths.
Today, I'm launching a new initiative called "22 and You" to support our frontline healthcare heroes in the Carolinas. Join me and give what you can athttps://t.co/2sZQ93FYx9 #22&YOU #stayhomestayhealthy #COVID19relief @lowes @bose pic.twitter.com/6yp8JpP8ux— Christian McCaffrey (@CMC_22) April 2, 2020
McCaffrey was widely considered last season’s fantasy football MVP, tallying 2,392 yards from scrimmage and 19 total touchdowns. He won a lot of people some money and has found a good cause for those who can afford to spare some of their winnings during a difficult time.
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