The NFL you have prepared a great show for the Draft 2020which will have a huge social importance. This Friday unveiled who will be present in the huge show which has been called Draft-A-Thon. which will be available for all those who want to follow the recruitment of collegiate this coming Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Recruitment collegiate this year will not only be special for the unheard of circumstances in which they take place, but that will go down in history for being a fund-raising campaign mass to raise much needed funds to help those affected by the covid-19.
Drivers NFL Network, Rich Eisen and Deion Sanders, will serve as hosts, so you will be responsible for carrying the reins of the event, the rapper Quavo and the singer-songwriter of country music Kane Brown will be responsible for the entertainment, in which also participate, among others, the actor Kevin Hart, people like the gamer Ninjaplayers such as safety champions Heads Tyrann Mathieuthe Patriots Devin McCourtythe receiver , the Panthers Torrey Smith, the legendary deep Acereros Rod Woodson, and so on.
However, the most important thing will be, without doubt, the social aspect of this draft, because the spectators will have a predominant place, as they may (may, in fact, from now on) to make donations in NFL.com/RELIEFand they entirely to the fight against the covid-19.
The six organizations chosen by NFL Foundation to be benefited will be the American Red Cross, All of Us (All of us), Feeding America (Feeding US), and Meals on Wheels (Meals on wheels), Salvation Army (Salvation army) and United Way (United way).
The 32 teams of the NFL chose one or more of these agencies to receive 50 percent of the allocation of local funds, the remaining 50 per cent will be allocated to the cities where the needs are greatest.
To date, the family NFL he has raised over 50 million dollars in efforts to help in the fight against the covid-19.
In addition to raising funds, the Draft-A-Thon pay tribute to the health workers, assistants, first aid and all who are on the front lines of battle facing the disease caused by the coronavirus.