Take a moment. As you read this, children across America, and the world, are preparing for Christmas. Many of these children come from impoverished backgrounds; Christmas for them looks very different than it might for you or I.
Each year, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers contribute to the local community through charity initiatives to bring some cheer to those in our community that really need a reason to smile. This year is no different.
Right now, the Buccaneers defensive line players, including Vita Vea, Rakeem Nunez-Roches, as well as other players, coaches, cheerleaders, and Captain Fear, are changing this Christmas for 65 local underprivileged children.
The annual “D-Line Delivers” is taking place today, Monday December 21st. Frankly, it has come just in time for some families. Nobody can deny this has been a trying year for so many, both financially and mentally. Buccaneers fans should be feeling some pride in their team, as charitable events like these can mean the greatest difference to children who admire the players as hero’s.
While in a perfect Utopia it would be possible to help everyone in need. Sadly, that is just not possible. Hopefully, acts of kindness provide inspiration to us all to extend that holiday tradition of goodwill and giving, and maybe we can all make a difference, however small, to somebody that needs it this Christmas.
One thing is for certain, the D-Line are certainly delivering a Christmas that these young fans will remember forever.
From everyone here at Bucs Life Media, we wish you all a very merry Christmas.