Steelers Championship shirts donated to needy NFL players
Updated: February 7, 2011

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Hundreds of underprivileged families of NFL players celebrated Monday as they received their pre-printed “Super Bowl Champion Steelers” shirts and hats donated by the NFL as a part of the league’s community outreach effort.

The gear was shipped out to children and adults in destitute areas of the country, like Chicago, Beverly Hills and Upstate New York.

“The NFL is pleased to once again work with World Vision to ensure that usable Super Bowl apparel does not get thrown out,” said David Krichavsky, the National Football League’s director of community affairs. “Especially when there are so many around the country who could be out of multimillion-dollar jobs in a month.”

The NFL also donated unused food from concession stands to the starving families of NFL owners.

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