Super Baskets of Hope: Phoenix 2015

PHOENIX -- When the Super Bowl comes to town, a lot of famous people come with it, including athletes, former athletes and coaches. And while they're here, some of them make time to make a difference by doing some "super" things.

One of those good deeds is the "Super Baskets of Hope" program. The program provides gifts to children diagnosed with cancer or other serious illness. The baskets are delivered by volunteers who spend time meeting with the family.

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New York Super Baskets of Hope Delivery


New York Giants kicker Josh Brown, along with former NFL player Ryan Neill, presented the patients with presents. The athletes represented Super Baskets of Hope, an organization which delivers baskets to children who are long-term hospital patients.

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St. Louis Rams Deliver Super Baskets


Josh Hull, Chris Givens and other Rams players distribute more than 200 baskets to patients at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital as part of the Super Basket of Hope delivery event.

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New Orleans Saints Help With Preparations

Saints players help

Linebackers Chris Chamberlain and Will Herring were joined by almost 100 volunteers on Saturday at De La Salle High School for the Super Baskets of Hope Second Annual Gift of Hope Event to help support ill children across America.

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New Orleans Saints Deliver Super Baskets of Hope

Saints Deliver

Saints Coach, Sean Payton and linebacker, Chris Chamberlain delivered over 250 Super Baskets and Hope Totes to children & their families at Ochsner Children's Health Center - New Orleans.  

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