Redskins Owner Sends Planes Full Of Supplies, Players To Haiti & Bahamas After Hurricane Matthew
It’s always great to see athletes using the blessings and resources they have worked so hard for in life to help others in desperate need.
After defeating the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, Washington Redskins owner Dan Snyder sent two planes loaded with food, medical, and other supplies to Haiti and the Bahamas.
Along for the ride was Pierre Garcon and Ricky Jean Francois to help in the transport and to put smiles on some faces of people as they deal with the sudden death of their loved ones at the hands of the category 4 storm Hurricane Matthew.
Redskins owners Dan and Tanya Snyder flew a plane full of goods to the Bahamas yesterday to provide relief to Hurricane Matthew victims. pic.twitter.com/cvSzoOEAnU
— Mike Garafolo (@MikeGarafolo) October 9, 2016
Mr. Dan Snyder and the @redskins training staff providing Haiti with much needed medical supplies that we will hand deliver today in Haiti to @medishare4haiti (Me and Ricky Jean Francois) #PrayForHaiti #HTTR (repost to spread the word Haiti needs it)
A video posted by Pierre Garcon (@pierregarcon) on