All eyes were on Texas this week as the freezing cold winter storms left millions across the state without electricity or water.
Pittsburgh Steeler’s offensive fight against Zach Banner recognizes and helps with the pain and struggle Texans experience.
Banner announced on Twitter on Saturday that its B3 foundation is making donations to three organizations that will help people across the state during this crisis.
Donations go to the Genesis Women’s Shelter, Houston Food Bank and LifeWorks Austin, all organizations providing life-saving resources during these unprecedented times.
Thank you everyone for your suggestions.
My foundation (@ B3Foundation) has decided to donate to three organizations across Texas: @GenesisShelter in Dallas, @HoustonFoodBank and @LifeWorksAustin.
I pray for everyone down there !!
– Zach Banner (@ZBNFL) February 21, 2021
The Genesis Women’s Shelter offers women and children who have experienced domestic violence “protection, safety, advice and expert services”.
The Houston Food Bank continues to distribute critical food and bottled water to those without. The lack of electricity has depleted supplies for both of them.
LifeWorks Austin “helps adolescents and families struggling with homelessness on their way to self-sufficiency.”
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– B3 Foundation (@ B3Foundation) February 21, 2021