New York Giants: Giants’ Hearts This Week

New York Giants, Daniel Jones, Pat Shurmur

As the holiday season approaches good cheer is being spread by New York Giants players and the New York Giants organization as a whole.

Here are some of the heartwarming stories from this week:

New York Giants wide receiver Golden Tate does amazing work to honor the nation’s veterans.  With this cause being so near and dear to his heart, Tate depicted his Golden Future Foundation, his charity dedicated to honoring our country’s heroes, on his cleats as part of the NFL’s My Cause, My Cleats initiative.  The cleats will be auctioned off and proceeds will go to benefit the Golden Future Foundation, helping veterans and their families in various ways.

New York Giants offensive lineman Nate Solder was chosen as a Walter Payton Man of the Year nominee.  Solder along with his wife do great work for underprivileged kids in the United States of America and beyond.  Solder is dedicated to helping others and his charitable endeavors helps numerous people.

New York Giants tight end Evan Engram, along with the Hospital for Special Surgery and USA Football, presented the Heart of A Giant Award to Duane Coleman II of John F. Kennedy/ Weequahic High School football, for his outstanding sportsmanship and exemplary dedication to the game.  Coleman not only excels on the field, but also off of it as well!  He most certainly has a bright future ahead of him!

It is wonderful to see the magnitude of the impact the New York Giants are making in the community!

These are just some of the good things that happened this week in the Giants community, stay tuned for next week’s edition!

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