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Buccaneers Serve Tampa With Convoy

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On November 16, the Super Bowl champion Tampa Bay Buccaneers, alongside punter and kickoff specialist Bradley Pinion, teamed up to host a Pro-Series Community Event with Convoy of Hope. The event took place in the Buccaneers’ hometown, at Mission Hill Church.

“I’ve been partnering with Convoy of Hope since my rookie year and am so thankful that I can bring the Convoy Nation Pro-Series Community Event to the Tampa community,” said Pinion. “My wife, Kaeleigh, and I are looking forward to serving families. Any family who needs help is welcome.”

Through this event, Convoy and the Buccaneers provided hope and relief by distributing groceries, socks, hygiene kits, and other items to underserved members of the East Tampa community. Hundreds of vehicles arrived at the event and thousands of individuals left with hope and resources.

“Bradley has played a pivotal role in bringing Convoy of Hope to communities throughout his NFL career,” said Kirk Noonan, Vice President of Convoy Nation, a fan base of kindness with Convoy of Hope. “We are thankful for such a friend who is determined to give families help and hope.”

Convoy of Hope is grateful for partners like the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Bradley Pinion, his wife Kaeleigh, and everyone else who made this event possible.

To learn more about Convoy Nation, click here.

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Drought, food insecurity, and the disruption of education have left around 18.3 million people in the Horn of Africa without life-sustaining resources. Convoy of Hope has stepped in to meet immediate needs and provide long-term solutions. Read more at http://h.ope.is/3wBvx0D.