Help Victims of Violence

On Wednesday, February 15, a school shooting in Florida took the lives of 17 people. The impact that these sort of violent events have on the victims and their families is devastating and often leaves them having to rebuild their lives entirely.

To help these victims and families, we here at BabbleSports have decided to set up a fundraiser with 100% of the proceeds going to The National Center for Victims of Crime, a nonprofit organization that “advocates for victims’ rights, trains professionals who work with victims, and serves as a trusted source of information on victims’ issues”. To read more about the organization, you can visit their website here.

As part of our fundraiser, we will be putting together an NFL Draft guide broken into the following tiers.

Tiers

$5 Donation

For $5 you will receive an NFL Draft guide containing 250 prospect breakdowns and a full seven-round mock draft.

$10 Donation

Featuring prospect breakdowns of 300 players, positional rankings, as well as a full seven-round mock draft.

$25 Donation

Draft guide with an additional 50 player breakdowns, as well as additional content such as college players to keep an eye on, professional comparisons for top prospects, etc.

$50 Donation

All of the benefits of the $10 and $25 packages as well as a shout-out at the beginning of the guide and a post-draft analysis of each team’s draft haul.

Any donation is greatly appreciated and will go towards helping those in need of help. Please help us as we look to help out those who have been affected by these acts of terror and violence. Thank you.

 

Help Victims of Violence

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Donation Total: $10.00

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About Chris Ross

Chris Ross is the owner of BabbleSports.com. A lifelong sports fan, Chris started sportswriting in 2013 before founding BabbleSports in 2017 with the goal of sharing his passion for sports with people everywhere.
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