Welcome to Cause & Effect, a series featuring current NFL athletes who are using their platform to raise awareness, drive social change and make a difference in their communities. From youth development and education, to mental health and finding cures for illnesses, learn about the causes they support and how you can get involved. During Week 13 of the regular season, players will have the ability to promote their respective causes through the league's #MyCauseMyCleats campaign.
We will fight for those affected by Fanconi anemia every single day, and we won’t stop until we find a cure.
Growing up in the foster system can make you feel like you’re living life at a disadvantage. I know because I’ve done it.
Watch as Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton shares the story behind his cause, as well as his cleat design.
A few years ago, I met a little boy in Wisconsin named Jack Bartosz. Jack was battling pediatric cancer, but you wouldn’t have known it from his demeanor.
Six years ago, when I first linked up with Cure Duchenne, there was no cure in sight.
We were prepared for a lot of things going into T.J.'s surgery. But nothing — nothing — can prepare you for seeing your baby in that condition. All I wanted to do was give him love. All I wanted to…
Over 400 guests joined Von Miller and his Broncos teammates for Von’s Celebrity Steak-Out, which raised over $480,000 to benefit Von’s Vision Foundation.
Not a lot of people know this about me, but I was bullied growing up. And I’d like to share some of my experiences so that kids out there who are dealing with bullying will know that there is hope.
When we arrived at the NICU and I got my first glimpse of T.J. through the glass … I couldn’t believe what I was seeing. I literally couldn’t believe it.
No one thought to bring homework or a book to read to the barbershop. There were other places to get work and reading done, like the classroom. The problem for me, though, was that I didn’t get much work done…
I never thought it was strange. It was all I knew, so I thought it was completely normal. To me, my brother having cerebral palsy was just another fact of life.
A lot of people know that DeAngelo Williams’s mamma died. But I want you to know that, more importantly, she lived.