New Orleans Saints Quarterback Jameis Winston has generously donated $50,000 to the United Way of Southeast Louisiana to assist in the relief efforts from Hurricane Ida. This donation is in addition Winston’s previous donations through his Dream Forever Foundation to World Central Kitchen.
#Saints QB1 @Jaboowins is bringing home another win for our community by donating $50K to United Way SELA.— United Way SELA (@UnitedWaySELA) September 30, 2021
"My teammates and I are committed to helping our community bounce back and persevere day by day during this difficult time.”
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Winston said “Hurricane Ida has caused widespread devastation in our community and has impacted the lives of so many people across the state of Louisiana. My teammates and I are committed to helping our community bounce back and persevere day by day during this difficult time.”
Winston and the Saints return to the Caesars Superdome for their 1st regular season home game since Hurricane Ida to take on the New York Giants on Sunday at noon.
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