For the past couple years, during football season, The Shark has teamed up with the Community Children's Fund for Kicks for Kids.

If you're not familiar with the organization, here's what they do, from their website:

The Community Children’s Fund raises money to keep local kids warm. Our funds are distributed to qualified families through a voucher system. Our vouchers provide funds to purchase warm clothing and bedding for children through age 18 in Seacoast NH.  Since our inception in 1989, we have distributed over one million dollars in vouchers to over 10,000 families

It is a wonderful organization that we have been very happy to support in year's past.

This year, The Shark Morning Show with Sarah and A-Train is personally donating $5 for every EXTRA POINT kicked scored by our favorite NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL TEAM!

For instance, if they score 6 points from two field goals, The Shark Morning Show with Sarah and A-Train will donate $30 to the Community Children's Fund.  Get it?

The Shark Morning Show with Sarah and A-Train will continue to do this for every game throughout the season. At the end of the season, we hope to raise as much money as is needed to keep our kids warm this winter season.

You can help too.  If you want to follow The Shark Morning Show with Sarah & A-Train's lead, every Wednesday morning during football season, they will announce how many field goals and extra points the NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL TEAM made and how much they are going to personally donate.

You can join them at $5 per point or make your own donation just by clicking here.  This link will bring you to the Community Children's Fund website.

THIS JUST IN:  FOY INSURANCE is the EXCLUSIVE SPONSOR of Kids for Kids and has decided to KICK IN... (get it....)  $1,000 to get this thing going!  Thank you, Jeff from Foy Insurance!

Please make sure to click the correct donation point on the page so we know how much Shark Nation donated at the end of the season.

Thank you so much for your help and GO NEW ENGLAND FOOTBALL TEAM!  :)

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