Hurricane Irma’s devastating effects are still being keenly felt throughout the state of Florida. Tampa Bay Buccaneers defensive tackle Clinton McDonald is doing what he can to help people in his community.
In a short video put out by the team Monday, McDonald, standing in front of a food truck with a line of people behind him, let the people of Tampa know he’s there for them.
FREE DINNER, courtesy of Clinton McDonald. The DT is giving back to residents in Tampa affected by Hurricane Irma. @ClintMcDonald98 pic.twitter.com/BE892u3V2W
— Tampa Bay Buccaneers (@Buccaneers) September 15, 2017
McDonald is providing free meals to anyone who can get to him in the community of Greenfield.
“If you don’t have power, if you don’t have food, if you need resources, come over here. We’re feeding everybody for free. You don’t even need any money — any tips. Just bring a good attitude,” McDonald said.
It’s just amazing to see athletes like McDonald making an effort to not only give their money but also their time and energy to help people in their communities.