Marc Leishman – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year

Marc Leishman – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson Knowing first-hand the difficulties family’s face after a loved one deals with a serious medical issue, Marc Leishman helps to alleviate some of that burden befallen on others. In 2015, Leishman’s wife, Audrey, was suffering from Acute RespiratoryContinue reading

Bas Rutten – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year

Bas Rutten – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson Turning childhood adversities in to causes as an adult often drives those who suffered. Mixed Martial Artist Bas Rutten experienced childhood being bullied by other kids due to the effects of a skin disorder, eczema, while also dealingContinue reading

Heather Bown – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year

Heather Bown – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson Having the opportunity to put a smile on somebody else’s face is the joy that brings a smile to Heather Bown’s heart. A busy youth filled with sports activities left Bown little time for anything other than herContinue reading

Cullen Jones is an All Stars of Giving Nominee

Cullen Jones is an All Stars of Giving Nominee During a trip to a nearby water amusement park, Cullen Jones had to be rescued from drowning at the age of five. Less than 20 years later he set a world record in the 50-meter freestyle. Not only did that experienceContinue reading

Hannah Storm – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year

Hannah Storm – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson The warm and inviting smile Hannah Storm shares with viewers of ESPN goes beyond what is seen on just the screen. Storm created the Hannah Storm Foundation to help children who suffer from debilitating and disfiguring vascular birthmarks.Continue reading

Frank Murphy – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year

Frank Murphy – Nominated for Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson Walking the hallways around school in his youth, Frank Murphy was frequently stopped by one of the school janitors and told he was special and would make a difference in the world. The former NFL wide receiver isContinue reading

Boomer Esiason – Nominee for Humanitarian of the Year

Boomer Esiason has been nominated for Humanitarian of the Year For more than two decades, former NFL quarterback Boomer Esiason has been the public face in the fight against cystic fibrosis. Though Esiason became involved in the cause to find a cure for cystic fibrosis in 1989, inspired after learningContinue reading

Daniel Puder – Nominated for Humanitarian of the Year

Daniel Puder – Nominated for Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson Looking for a direction to focus post-retirement energy, Daniel Puder returned to his youth. The former professional MMA fighter and WWE performer was constantly picked on and bullied as an overweight child with a learning disability who attendedContinue reading

Carlos Dunlap – Nominated for the Humanitarian of the Year

Carlos Dunlap – Nominated for the Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson From North Charleston, South Carolina to the University of Florida through the pro ranks with the Cincinnati Bengals, Carlos Dunlap makes education the foundation for everything he has accomplished. Dunlap shares that message with as many youthContinue reading

Warren Moon – Nominated for the Humanitarian of the Year

Warren Moon – Nominated for the Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson A good quarterback succeeds with the support of those around him. Hall of Fame quarterback Warren Moon learned this lesson early in life and it served him throughout a stellar professional career and now, as he seeksContinue reading

Doug Flutie – Nominated for Humanitarian of the Year

Doug Flutie – Nominated for Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson An accomplished quarterback on the gridiron known for his most famous “Hail Mary’’ pass, Doug Flutie continues to hit the mark when it comes to raising awareness for Autism. Though Flutie grew up watching his parents sacrifice theirContinue reading

Erin Hamlin – Nominated for Humanitarian of the Year

Erin Hamlin – Nominated for Humanitarian of the Year By Erik Erlendsson Just climbing in to a roller coaster car seemed impossible for Erin Hamlin during her elementary school years in Remsen, New York. At the age of 28 in her third Olympic Games, she stood on the podium atContinue reading

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