Dolphins Donate $100,00 to the Stoneman Douglas Victims’ Fund

Trying to turn tragedy into a moment for healing, the Miami Dolphins have donated $100,000 to Stoneman Douglas victims’ fund, a kind gesture following the horrible events on Wednesday.

Here’s the story today on Pro Football Talk:

The Dolphins donated $100,000 to the Stoneman Douglas victims’ fund set up by the Broward County Education Fund, Adam Beasley of the Miami Herald reports.

The team made two separate $50,000 donations, because that was the maximum donation. The Dolphins’ donations pushed the fund over $1 million.

“Our hope is to encourage people to make more donations,” the Dolphins said in a statement, via Beasley.

The fund’s goal is $2 million, and you can donate here.

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