NFL Crisis Center Tampa Bay

NFL Supports The Crisis Center Of Tampa Bay During Kickoff Week

TAMPA, FL. – The 2021 National Football League (NFL) season will start in Tampa with a Thursday night game on September 9th between the Super Bowl LV champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Dallas Cowboys.

To help kickoff the 2021 season and show their support for the local community, NFL staff visited the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay on Tuesday, September 7th with a special donation.

The NFL presented the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay with backpacks loaded with school supplies.

These backpacks will be used to help youth and families who receive trauma counseling, care coordination, and sexual assault victim advocacy services at the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay.

In addition, the NFL representatives provided a gift card that will be used to provide lunch to Crisis Center of Tampa Bay staff at a date in the near future.

“It is a tremendous honor for our community to host the first NFL game of the season. The Crisis Center of Tampa Bay is thankful to the NFL for investing in our work to ensure that no one in our community has to face crisis alone. They are helping the community members we serve and are also providing a nice thank you to our dedicated staff members,” said Clara Reynolds, President & CEO of the Crisis Center of Tampa Bay. 

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