One legendary football player decided to step up to the plate after the Salvation Army announced that they were short on bell ringers this year.
Former NFL player Tony Dungy was spotted outside of a Publix grocery store this week ringing a bell and collecting donations for the Salvation Army.
According to WFLA, Dungy and his family were seen in Lutz, Florida, with bells in hand and an iconic Salvation Army red kettle beside them.
According to CBN News, the Salvation Army took to social media to thank the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Ring of Honor member and former head coach. The organization wrote, “Thank you so much to Tony Dungy and his family for volunteering as bell ringers for an afternoon.”
They added, “We feel so blessed to have your continued support!”
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Source: Christian Headlines