As part of the 3rd Annual Allstate Good Works Day–held in Atlanta on December 1–former Bulldog greats Matt Stinchomb, Kelin Johnson, David Greene, D.J. Shockley, and Quentin Moses were on hand to lend their support to CHRIS Kids.
CHRIS Kids assists children and families not only find stable living environments, but procure mental health services as well.
The above-mentioned players, along with a few volunteers, assisted SEC Commissioner, Mike Slive, in the wrapping of gifts, painting of murals, preparing of lunches, and landscaping of the grounds at the CHRIS Kids located on Fayetteville Road.
The fact that these six players were chosen to complete this community service project is not coincidental as each player was voted to the "Allstate AFCA Good Works Team during their college careers for their commitment to service and volunteerism".
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