NASHVILLE -- The Tennessee Titans controlling owner Amy Adams Strunk donated $100,000 to a pair of Nashville non-profits charged with fighting hunger in the community.
Adams Strunk presented checks of $50,000 each to The Bridge Ministry and Second Harvest Food Bank Middle Tennessee on Wednesday morning at a large-scale food bag assembly event at Nissan Stadium.
Adams Strunk surprised the two non-profits at the NFL's kickoff community event of the 2019 NFL Draft which will be held this week in Nashville. This morning, more than 500 volunteers, including numerous NFL Draft prospects, assembled and distributed 8,000 food packs to children in need.
The Titans have long-standing relationships with both charities, including yearly visits to serve the homeless at the Bridge Ministries and annual food drives at Titans games to benefit Second Harvest.
In partnership with Second Harvest Food Bank and The Bridge Ministry, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk and Nashville Mayor David Briley joined NFL Draft prospects, local students and 500 volunteers to assemble 8,000 food kits for children in need. (Photos: Donn Jones, Gary Glenn)
Titans owner Amy Adams Strunk and a half-dozen players teamed up with NFL officials and The Bridge Ministry to deliver meals to the homeless community. (Photos: Donn Jones)