I'm a big believer in giving back, and doing good in your community...kudos to Jarvis for what he has done...
Before Sunday's home game on Friday, Oct. 20th - Miami Dolphins' wide receiver and recognized community champion Jarvis Landry visited Mt. Olivet Seventh-Day Adventist Church (Fort Lauderdale) to help provide a little relief to those affected by September’s Hurricane Irma.
In addition to delivering a range of necessities – from food to mattresses – Landry spent time and shared stories with impacted families, church clergy and volunteer staff.
A native of Convent, Louisiana, a small town just outside of New Orleans, Landry is no stranger to the influence this type of tragedy can have on a community. The fourth-year player remains committed to helping provide relief, wherever possible.
“It’s amazing to see people come together and help like this,” Landry said. “But, these recent storms will affect some for years. It’s important for all of us to continue to look for ways to support one another, even as time passes.”
Video from Landry’s recent visit is available here:
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Credit: Moose.TV and Class Act Sports
Landry partnered with hunger-relief organziation Feeding South Florida and online mattress company Casper on the effort. He also received support from Moose TV on behalf of Class Act Sports.