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Texans Care Volunteer Day a smash

Saturday in Houston, 100's of volunteers from the team and fanbase went to the Houston Food Bank and volunteered their time.

The 4th annual Texans Care Volunteer Day, presented by Reliant, was a big hit on Saturday morning.

Hundreds of Houstonians fanned out across the city to give back. Team COO Cal McNair and his wife Hannah, several Houston Texans players and cheerleaders, team mascot TORO, and an army of fans had fun giving their time and hard work at numerous charitable organizations.

Texans Care Volunteer Day, presented by Reliant, encourages volunteerism across the city of Houston. This year, nearly 2000 volunteers participated. As an organization, the Texans put a strong emphasis on giving back to the community and are excited to invite Texans fans to volunteer alongside the team. The organizations that were helped on Saturday strive to improve the standard of living for the young people of Houston, which aligns with the Texans mission to be Champions for Youth.

Along with JETCO Delivery, who distributed tools and supplies to all seven volunteer sites, the Houston Texans players, cheerleaders, TORO and Texans Ambassadors joined dedicated volunteers to make a meaningful impact in the Houston community and set the standard in giving back to the city.

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