The Clemson football team performed its annual community service project today, during its off week with no game this Saturday. They partnered with Golden Harvest Food Bank to donate food to hundreds of under-privileged families in the Upstate. It can't help but give you a warm feeling inside to see the entire team serving others and genuinely enjoying it so much. Fittingly, Sean Pollard received the Allstate Good Works Team Award today for his philanthropic "All Off for Cancer" event in August that he has spear-headed for the last two years. Pollard is one of just 22 national recipients of the award. October Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and Dabo used the opportunity to incorporate Kathleen Swinney's Mobile Mammography so those women in attendance could receive free mammograms.
We spoke with Dabo, Pollard and team leader Milan Richard about today's event, and you can watch those interviews below. If you would like to donate, please visit the Golden Harvest Food Bank website, HERE.
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