I am not sure if there is a more judged player in the NFL than Aaron Rodgers. At least in the sense of personal life decisions, Aaron Rodgers is certainly under a microscope. However, it is moments like these that often go unnoticed or looked over. Aaron Rodgers spent time with a Make-A-Wish child moments before the Packers and Bears kicked off on Sunday Night Football.
Aaron Rodgers Take A Moment With Make-A-Wish Child:
Cool moment before #Packers kickoff against Bears. Aaron Rodgers meets with a fan from make-a-wish on the sideline. pic.twitter.com/MR0ZhojqWx
— Ryan Wood (@ByRyanWood) September 18, 2022
If you are unaware, Make-A-Wish is a foundation that helps dreams come true for children with critical illnesses. This is their mission statement:
Together, we create life-changing wishes for children with critical illnesses.
Aaron Rodgers has certainly helped within the community literally his entire career. A $38,000 dollar check to the salvation army. Over One Million dollars raised for small businesses that were impacted by wild fires. 33 known charities, foundations, and causes supported. And many, many more that we probably aren’t even aware of. In 2014 he even won a significant award: the Athletes in Action’s Bart Starr Award. This is given annually to the player who best embodies character and leadership both on and off the field.
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