Humanitarian Finalists Warren Moon, Bethanie Mattek-Sands, Kelvin Beachum and Bas Rutten on All Sports United Radio

In this episode, All Sports United Radio host TJ Rives interviews 4 of the 10 finalists from the 2017 All Stars of Giving Campaign.  One of the finalists will be named Humanitarian of the Year.

The show begins with NFL Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon talking about his work with his Crescent Moon Foundation.  He explains how the foundation is able to fund scholarships for deserving young people that lack the means to afford higher education.

Next, a very special interview from the world of Tennis. 5-time grand slam champion and Olympic gold medalist Bethanie Mattek-Sands discusses her recovery from her recent injury at Wimbledon.  She also talks about the importance of doing for others and her work on bahalf of St Jude.

Up next is NFL star Kelvin Beachum of the New York Jets.  He talks with TJ about how he has been able to make an impact on STEM educational initiatives through his philanthropic work.

Finally, UFC Hall of Famer Bas Rutten takes TJ for a facinating recap of compelling stories about overcoming bullying, Asthma and excema to become a world champ and Hall of Fame fighter. Bas also talks about how he helps kids overcome similar adversities in their lives.

This dymanic set of interviews will have everyone jumping out of their seat to help others and pursue charitable activities of all kinds.  We are thrilled to feature such inspirational athletes as they share their stories.

Special Thanks to All Sports United Advisory Committee member Jeff Tutor for his generous support.

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Episode 7 Special All Stars of Giving 2017 Finalists Featuring NFL Hall of Famer Warren Moon, Tennis Champion Bethanie Mattek-Sands, New York Jets Kelvin Beachum and UFC Hall of Famer Bas Rutten.

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