One of the best cornerbacks in the NFL, Richard Sherman is better known for his handiwork on the football field.
However, it seems he is doing some brilliant work off it too.
The 2013 Super Bowl winner is desperate to ensure there are no hungry stomachs amongst California’s youth.
So he has donated $7,491.27 to cover students' lunch debt at Cabrillo Middle School in Santa Clara.
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The school’s principal Stan Garber revealed the news, with a picture of himself and Sherman back-to-back in the school’s cafeteria.
He wrote: “Richard's gesture created such good will for the 49ers that they went on to sack Aaron Roger's (sic) and the Green Bay Packers the next day on national tv by a score of 37-8.
“Go 49ers, Go Richard Sherman.”
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Sherman is known for helping out with school’s lunch debt, having donated $20,000 to Tacoma Public Schools earlier this year.
Sherman also has a foundation, called Blanket Coverage – The Richard Sherman Family Foundation, which he set up in 2013 that works within the community to feed the homeless and the poor.
Sherman insists no child should have to worry about where their next meal is coming from.
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His foundation wrote in a letter: “We have found that eliminating student lunch debt is one way to help assist students and their families in relieving some of the stress that comes with attending school on a daily basis.
“The last thing any child should have to worry about is being able to afford eating breakfast and lunch at school; we aim to do our part in eliminating that obstacle.”
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