Michigan QB JJ McCarthy donating portion of NIL earnings to multiple children's hospitals, families of Oxford High School tragedy
Michigan quarterback JJ McCarthy is delivering on his word during this holiday season, and it’s going to make a big difference to a lot of people.
Monday night, McCarthy announced that he’ll be donating $10,500 to various children’s hospitals, as well as families of the Oxford High School shooting. The quarterback posted a message on Twitter.
“As promised, a portion of my NIL money will be dedicated to children’s hospitals, families, and programs in need,” McCarthy wrote. “I will be using the following funds from the JJ for the Kids Foundation to help do my part to make a difference during the holiday season.”
In the graphic posted on social media, McCarthy revealed which charities and causes he’ll be donating to:
- $500 to the Hurley Children’s Hospital Pediatric Public Health at Michigan State
- $500 to the Penn State Health Children’s Hospital
- $500 to the University of Maryland Children’s Hospital, specifically for the “Maryland Cares, Safe Kids Baltimore Fund”
- $1,000 to the University of Nebraska Children’s Hospital’s special “Dance Marathon 4 Kids”
- $1,000 to the Little Heroes League benefitting multiple children’s hospitals
- $2,000 to the C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor, Michigan, earmarked for the “Charles Woodson Clinicial Research Fund”
- $2,000 to Lurie’s Children’s Hospital in Chicago, designated for the “Discover Health Care Internship Program”
- McCarthy also says he will give $3,000 to the families of those affected by the recent Oxford High School shooting in Michigan.
What an incredible act of kindness and generosity from the Michigan quarterback.
— J.J. McCarthy (@jjmccarthy09) December 7, 2021