Eli Manning to be honored at Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Champions for Children Virtual Gala
Legendary Giants quarterback Eli Manning is a two-time Super Bowl MVP and holds the franchise record for just about every passing statistic. While his performance on the field throughout his career was certainly impressive, his work off the field has been just as amazing.
Manning's work in the community has been well documented over the last 15+ years. The long-time Giants QB has served as the face of Tackle Kids Cancer since 2015, while also doing a ton of work with Project Sunshine and the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation in addition to numerous other organizations and causes.
The 39-year-old was the recipient of the 2016 Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award as well as the 2020 Bart Starr Award, and is now being recognized by one of the foundations he has spent a lot of time on.
Manning will be honored at the Tom Coughlin Jay Fund Foundation Champions for Children Virtual Gala this Friday, the organization announced on Twitter Tuesday.
"Thank you to Eli for being a champion of the Jay Fund's mission," the tweet wrote.
Photos from the career of two-time Super Bowl MVP quarterback Eli Manning