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Manchester United house owners the Glazer household donate to Hurricane Ian reduction fund, are matched NFL

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Manchester United and Tampa Bay Buccaneers house owners, the Glazer household, have donated $1million to the Hurricane Ian catastrophe reduction with the NFL Basis following swimsuit and matching their donation.  

The Glazer household could also be unpopular amongst its Manchester United fanbase however it could have decided which will assist their recognition in Tampa Bay in addition to the residents of Florida after donating $1million to Hurricane Ian catastrophe reduction.

Buccaneers co-owner Darcie Glazer Kassewitz issued an announcement stating: ‘The destruction suffered in Southwest Florida and the injury inflicted all through our state will likely be felt for a while. 

‘It’s going to take complete communities resiliently working collectively for an prolonged interval and our household is dedicated to aiding within the restoration. Our ideas and prayers are with the numerous folks affected, the heroic first responders and all of these serving to to maintain others protected.’

The Glazers’ donation of $1m has been matched by the NFL within the league’s personal contribution. 

In tandem with the Buccaneers, the NFL Basis will work to determine and supply funding for nonprofit organizations who will tackle the quick wants of these impacted all through Florida. 

Manchester United house owners, the Glazer household (pictured Avram, left, and Joel Glazer), have donated $1million to the Hurricane Ian catastrophe reduction with the NFL Basis following swimsuit

Bucs' co-owner Darcie Glazer Kassewitz said the family is committed to aiding in the recovery

Bucs’ co-owner Darcie Glazer Kassewitz stated the household is dedicated to aiding within the restoration

Boats are partially submerged at a marina in the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers

Boats are partially submerged at a marina within the aftermath of Hurricane Ian in Fort Myers

In an announcement, the league stated: ‘The NFL household’s ideas are with the varied communities affected by Hurricane Ian throughout this troublesome time and we are going to proceed to seek out extra methods to offer assist and help to these in Florida who want it now and within the months forward.’

Along with the donations, following the Bucs’ sport in opposition to the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs on Sunday, the NFL may even be auctioning off a restricted variety of game-worn jerseys and different distinctive objects which followers can bid on at NFL.com/public sale to help the American Pink Cross’ reduction efforts.

Hurricane Ian made landfall Wednesday as one of many strongest hurricanes ever to hit the USA and affected Floridians on each coasts of the state, knocking out energy to 2.67 million properties and companies, per the Related Press.

Following, the Bucs' game against the Chiefs Sunday, the NFL will be auctioning off a limited number of game-worn jerseys and other unique items for fans to bid on

Following, the Bucs’ sport in opposition to the Chiefs Sunday, the NFL will likely be auctioning off a restricted variety of game-worn jerseys and different distinctive objects for followers to bid on

The Buccaneers have been training on the Dolphins’ services this week after relocating to Miami as a result of hurricane. 

Nonetheless, the NFL goes to take its probabilities with Hurricane Ian by conserving Sunday night time’s Chiefs-Buccaneers sport at Tampa’s Raymond James Stadium. 

The league beforehand chosen US Financial institution Stadium in Minneapolis as a contingency web site for the sport after the Bucs evacuated Florida‘s Gulf Coast.

‘Our ideas and prayers stay with the numerous 1000’s within the Southwest Florida area who’ve been severely impacted by Hurricane Ian,’ the Bucs stated in an announcement. ‘We’re additionally very grateful that the Tampa Bay space was spared probably the most damaging penalties of this highly effective storm.

‘We’ve got knowledgeable the NFL, after consulting with native and state companies, that we’re able to play Sunday night time’s sport in opposition to the Kansas Metropolis Chiefs at Raymond James Stadium as initially scheduled.’

Tampa Bay Buccaneers' Tom Brady throws during the second half in Sunday's loss to Green Bay

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) scrambles from pressure on Sunday against the Colts

Patrick Mahomes (proper) and Tom Brady (left) ought to each be in motion on Sunday in Tampa

Tampa Bay quarterback Tom Brady introduced Thursday that he was making a donation of his personal to the reduction and inspired others to do the identical. 

The legendary NFL determine took to Twitter to make the decision shortly after it emerged his staff will play on the Raymond James Stadium on Sunday night time. 

Writing on Twitter, Brady stated: ‘Completely satisfied had been (sic) capable of head dwelling for Sunday night time, however so many individuals in Florida gained’t have the ability to do the identical. 

‘I’ll be making a donation to the Florida Catastrophe Fund to get issues began, and I’m hoping the remainder of the NFL household in our state will observe swimsuit.’

He did not say how a lot he would donate, however added: ‘Our neighbors help us endlessly, it’s time to return the favor.’ 

Tom Brady has said he is going to make a donation to the Hurricane Ian Florida Disaster Fund

Tom Brady has stated he’s going to make a donation to the Hurricane Ian Florida Catastrophe Fund

Brady took to Twitter to encourage others to make a donation to help after Ian struck

Brady took to Twitter to encourage others to make a donation to assist after Ian struck 

The DeVos household which owns the Orlando Magic additionally made a $1 million donation to the reduction fund.

‘Our hearts are with this group, which has lengthy been a part of our household,’ Orlando Magic Chairman Dan DeVos stated.

‘We’ll proceed to companion with organizations closest to these most impacted, and as at all times, prioritize the well being and security of the folks within the area. This group is resilient, and our ideas and prayers are with these affected in addition to the leaders and first responders who regularly put neighbors first.’

The DeVos family which owns the Orlando Magic also made a $1 million donation

The DeVos household which owns the Orlando Magic additionally made a $1 million donation 

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