Tom Brady looking to help California fire victim

Jim Brown-USA TODAY Sports

The recent wild fires in California hit native son Tom Brady really hard. A native of Northern California, communities that Brady grew up knowing about were ravaged. Some were destroyed completely.

That’s no more true than in the town of Paradise, where the Camp Fire destroyed pretty much every structure in the small community.

In attempting to help those most impacted — one individual in particular — the New England Patriots’ quarterback is asking for our help.

A man by the name of Christian posted on social media recently that the only thing he was able to grab out of his home was a game-worn Tom Brady jersey. Brady himself responded on Instagram in an attempt to reach out to Christian and send him some more gear.


“So many heart wrenching stories of loss from my home state…but you’re crazy Christian! Can anyone get me an address to send a ball to go with the jersey?”

That’s some really cool stuff from Mr. Brady right there. He joins another high-profile quarterback from California to help those most impacted by what were the worst wild fires in state history.