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Giants volunteer at Community Food Bank of New Jersey to honor Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
On Friday, in honor of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., New York Giants staff joined with United Airline's black excellence resource group BEACON, the Weequahic High School (Newark, NJ) football team, and the Watching Hills Regional High School (Warren, NJ) football team to volunteer at the Community Food Bank of New Jersey. Giants legends Rich Seubert and Ahmad Bradshaw participated in the event, helping sort, package and prepare some of the 86 million meals that will be provided by CFBNJ to our community this year.
📸 Photos: Big Blue Friday Pep Rally
View photos from the Big Blue Friday Pep Rally at Norman A. Bleshman Regional Day School in Paramus, New Jersey, featuring Ahmad Bradshaw, Stephen Baker, Jonathan Casillas and Jay Alford.
📸 Big Blue Friday Pep Rally
View photos from the Big Blue Friday Pep Rally at PS 5 in Clifton, New Jersey featuring Ahmad Bradshaw, Jonathan Casillas and Brandon London.
🔔 Photos: Saquon Barkley rings Nasdaq closing bell
Saquon Barkley ran the closing bell at Nasdaq after being named the Giants' nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award.
📸 Photos: Saquon Barkley in the community
View the best photos of Giants running back and Man of the Year nominee Saquon Barkley giving back to the community.
Photos: Giants host Wounded Warrior Project
In honor of Veterans Day, 11 members of the Wounded Warriors Project and their families were invited to watch practice and enjoy lunch in the cafeteria alongside Giants players and staff.
Photos: Giants host Harlem Play 60
The New York Giants were pleased to celebrate the NFL's Play 60 initiative through their expansion efforts in Harlem, NY.
Photos: Giants host New York Gay Football League Clinic
The New York Giants were proud to host members of the New York Gay Football League (NYGFL) on Friday for a season kickoff clinic event at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center.
Photos: Giants celebrate "My Cause, My Cleats"
This week, the Giants are celebrating "My Cause My Cleats" as players will wear customized cleats reflecting their commitment to charitable causes.
The charitable organizations players selected represent a variety of different causes that they are personally connected to, including: medical research, social justice, ending domestic violence, and supporting our neighbors in need during their most difficult times.
Giants team up with 'My Sister's Place' to support domestic violence victims
The Giants once again teamed up with My Sisters' Place, for a team-wide community service project to support victims of domestic violence. In addition, the team hosted their #GiantsHuddlefor100 volunteer event.
Photos: NFL Play 60 at East Middle School
While visiting Binghamton, the Giants held an NFL Play 60 event at East Middle School.
Photos: Giants visit Upstate New York
Safeties Michael Thomas and Antoine Bethea visited Upstate New York this past May to learn about the shifting geography of incarceration.