When the kids club hits ‘Super,’ it will be the hottest thing in sports
A group of former NFL players and coaches is teaming up to help raise money to help victims of the Super Bowl-killer’s club, which includes the NFL, according to the Associated Press.
The Super Bowl Kids Club will be a charity that will be managed by former players and will take donations and sponsorships, the AP reported on Tuesday.
The charity will be led by former NFL quarterback and current ESPN analyst Troy Aikman, who helped create the Super Friends initiative to help the families of victims of Super Bowl XLVIII in his hometown of Pittsburgh.
Super Kids Club was created in 2014 to help families of the deceased in Super Bowl LI.
The organization works to raise money for families of deceased players, including the NFL players who were killed in the massacre.