Two days before the Georgia Bulldogs face the LSU Tigers in the SEC Championship game, former UGA football legends, including Matt Stinchcomb, a two-time All-American offensive lineman at Georgia and current SEC network analyst, will lend their helping hands to charity on Thursday, Dec. 1 in Atlanta.
Stinchcomb will be teaming with a number of other Georgia football legends, including Jon Stinchcomb, David Greene, D.J. Shockley and Kelin Johnson, for a community service project as part of the third annual “Allstate SEC Good Works Day” on Dec. 1.The players, all former Allstate AFCA Good Works Team members, will join employees from Allstate and the Southeastern Conference, including SEC Commissioner Mike Slive, to volunteer at Atlanta-based youth services organization, CHRIS Kids. The project is in conjunction with Hands On Atlanta.
Georgia Bulldog Football Legends Team with Allstate, Southeastern Conference to Support CHRIS Kids on Allstate SEC Good Works Day
Third annual community project will feature SEC Commissioner Mike Slive as volunteers donate their time to Atlanta-based youth services organization.
Prior to the 2011 SEC Football Championship, a group of former University of Georgia and Allstate American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) Good Works Team® members will join employees from Allstate and the Southeastern Conference, including commissioner Mike Slive, in a community service project at CHRIS Kids in Atlanta.
Planned in conjunction with Hands On Atlanta, Allstate SEC Good Works Day is a third annual community service initiative featuring volunteers from Allstate, the SEC and former Allstate AFCA Good Works Team® members to support CHRIS Kids, a non-profit organization that provides safe and stable living environments and offers mental health services for children.
Volunteer activities will include painting murals, landscaping, preparing meals and holiday gift wrapping. As a proud sponsor of the SEC, Allstate will present Hands On Atlanta with a donation check at the event on Thursday.
Since 1992, the Good Works Team® has recognized college football players who stand out for their commitment to serving others. The SEC has had more players selected to the team (54) than any other conference in the award’s 20-year history.