Proceeds are being collected by Matt Coombs for International Justice Mission
Based on 13 points, each worth $2,994.15
International Justice Mission (IJM), a leading global anti-slavery organization, works around the world to protect poor communities from slavery, human trafficking and other forms of violence.
Learning about these issues made our families determined to do something to stop it. That’s why we are coming together, along with a few of our teammates and their families, to pledge $2,000 collectively for every point we score in the Wild Card Game on January 4th.
Would you join us and give what you can to support this cause? 100% of what is donated will go to IJM. The game means even more when every point scored means we’re helping bring freedom and restoration to people trapped in slavery and human trafficking today.
Super Bowl champion and New England Patriots tight end, Benjamin Watson said, “Kirsten and I have partnered with IJM for a number of years in a variety of ways, and I am excited to come alongside my teammates to raise our voice and resources, to call attention to and tackle this terrible crime.”
Three-time Super Bowl champion and New England Patriots team captain, Matthew Slater said, “During Human Trafficking Prevention Month, we want to drive awareness among Patriots fans and others that modern-day slavery still exists and hope that supporters will join in pledging alongside us to make a tangible contribution to the fight.”
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