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Titans Foundation Grants $5,000 to Hometown Huddle Partners

Posted Mar 1, 2013

The Titans presented grants to Catholic Charities of Tennessee and Second Harvest Food Bank for their partnership with the team's 2012 Hometown Huddle event.

Pictured from L to R: Bob Hyde (VP of Community Relations, Tennessee Titans); Heidi Tieslau (Community Relations Manager, Second Harvest Food Bank); Bill Sinclair (Executive Director, Catholic Charities of Tennessee) and Joshua Love (Community Relations Assistant, Tennessee Titans).

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Last fall the Titans rookies, cheerleaders, staff and T-Rac joined forces with Catholic Charities of Tennessee and Second Harvest Food Bank to distribute food to needy Nashville residents at the team’s annual Hometown Huddle event.  In appreciation for the great work done each and every day by those charities for our less fortunate neighbors, Titans Owner K.S. “Bud” Adams, Jr. provided $5,000 in grants to those two charities.

Hometown Huddle Event

Heidi Tieslau, Community Relations Director for Second Harvest, and Bill Sinclair, Executive Director of Catholic Charities of Tennessee, received the grants from Mr. Adams from members of the Titans Community Relations staff.  Bob Hyde, Titans VP-Community Relations, and Joshua Love, Titans Community Relations Assistant, presented Mr. Adams’ gifts to the two charities on Friday.

“It is always an honor to represent Mr. Adams at these events,” said Hyde. “He continues to stress to all of us within the organization the importance of giving back to the community that supports our team so well.”

The Titans have partnered with Second Harvest with annual food drives at LP Field every season since 1999 and have recently begun to work with Catholic Charities on their twice-monthly food distribution programs as well. 

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