Jacksonville Jaguars will be honoring the mass shooting victims in the home opener

On Sunday, during the first quarter of the game, the Jaguars Foundation and NFL Foundation will join with local community organizations to present a combined donation in support of the residents of New Town.


The Jaguars’ and NFL Foundation’s contributions of $300,000 will go to food security, victims, community support, and long-term community advocacy, in addition to the collective donation with the local nonprofits for the First Coast Relief Fund.

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Since the mass shooting, the Jaguars have helped their community with local nonprofits, government leaders, and businesses.

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Players, coaches, and front office staff have partnered with food distribution in the New Town neighborhood with Feeding Northeast Florida, as well as attending vigils for the victims and Mayor Donna Deegan’s community leader meeting.

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