Atlanta Falcons: My Cause My Cleats 2020



The initiative allows players to wear cleats in support of causes they're passionate about. Some of these cleats tell stories and honor individuals. Every Cleat Tells a Story. The #MyCauseMyCleats campaign gives our players an opportunity to showcase the causes they believe in. Josh Harris 

Harris was friends with Philip Lutzenkirchen who was tragically killed by a distracted driver at Auburn University. The Lutzie Foundation honors Philip and continues to fight against distracted driving.








Laroy Reynolds

Reynolds specifically wanted to help an organization that helped minority women. Parents Prosper connects parents to resources while breaking intergenerational poverty. 









Blidi Wreh-Wilson

Wreh-Wilson chose an organization that teaches finanical literacy, improves credit scores and facilitates loans - attempting to narrow the racial wealth gap. 




Jacob Tuioti-Mariner

Tuioti-Mariner wanted to bring light to social justice issues. His cleats supported both F.I.RM. (Fair Immigration Reform Network) & Black Lives Matter.




Luke Stocker

Stocker, father of three, wanted to find an organization that he thought was doing meaningful work that wasn’t well known. 



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