New England Patriots receiver will pledge money to help those affected by the Boston bombings.
In the aftermath of the events that took place in during the Boston Marathon, New England Patriots wide receiver has made a pledge to the local city that will be ongoing throughout the 2013 season.
The 27-year old tweeted earlier about his pledge to the victims, which shows how much he wants to help those who have suffered from the incident.
I will DONATE $100 for EVERY pass I catch next season to whatever “Boston Marathon Relief Fund” there is. And $200 for any dropped pass.
— Danny Amendola (@DannyAmendola) April 16, 2013
The donations may sound small for an NFL player, but it has become an irrelevant argument when the sentiment to help those who are worse off is clear to see.
It is likely that New England as a team themselves will make a form of donation, as will over teams in the Boston area, where it is now time for the city to rebuild itself after the traumatic scenes that happened in the city on Monday.