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Colin Kaepernick Donates Custom Suits In Front Of New York Parole Office

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NFL player and activist Colin Kaepernick has been busy with positivity during his offseason. The player has not signed a contract with an NFL team yet but he has had his hands in the greatest work one can do.

On Sunday (March 30th), Kaepernick passed out suits in front of the New York State Parole office for people who have been released from prison and are in search of starting a new life and looking for jobs.

All suits are custom made, how dapper is that?

Kaepernick continues to change the world on and off the field. In March, he helped raised $2 million dollars in just four days to get an airplane to fly food and water to Somalia. The quarterback also donated $50,000 to Meals on Wheels.

All of these donations link back to his pledge from back in September when he promised to donate $1 million to disadvantaged communities, along with the proceeds of his jersey sales from the 2016 season.

Keep being a great example Colin Kaepernick, #100Suits!


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