Thanks to @Steelers players @ZBNFL, @ohthatsNajee22, @_BigBen7, recently-retired Vance McDonald, and everyone who came out over the weekend to make Convoy of Hope's first ever @NFL #DraftDay Community Event a success! Learn more about the event at https://t.co/ioy2P8TNIO. pic.twitter.com/zd88i9WhtY
— Convoy of Hope (@ConvoyofHope) May 5, 2021
“I’ve met a lot of different nonprofit organizations — a lot of different community workers — and Convoy of Hope really sticks out the most,” Pittsburgh Steelers’ offensive tackle Zach Banner said.
Banner chose to spend his Saturday serving others at Convoy of Hope’s first-ever Draft Day Community Event, which took place at Heinz Field. This event was in partnership with the Pittsburgh Steelers, Bass Pro Shops, and Sackcloth & Ashes. First-round draft pick Najee Harris and recently-retired tight-end Vance McDonald also participated alongside Convoy of Hope. Ben Roethlisberger and his wife, Ashley, who donated 1,000 hygiene kits for event distribution joined Harris and McDonald to help make this event a success.
You can read more about the event and the wonderful things that Convoy of Hope does right here.