Jets Giving Back To The Community
A Look Back At Thankful Jets Giving Back To The Community
Gallery | 2022 Jets My Cause My Cleats Photos
Jets players will wear special cleats to raise awareness for different causes in the community against the Vikings in Week 13.
Gallery | Jets Players, Visa Team Up to Teach Students from Local Boys and Girls Clubs About Financial Literacy
Jets players Braxton Berrios and Justin Hardee hosted local students at MetLife Stadium from the Variety Boys and Girls Club in Queens and Newark Boys and Girls Club, where they taught them about the importance of financial literacy.
Gallery | Jets Players Join Food Bank For New York City and Serve Meals in Harlem to Celebrate Thanksgiving
Jets players Quincy Williams, Solomon Thomas, Braden Mann, Thomas Hennessy, Tanzel Smart, and Adam Pankey joined Food Bank For New York City to serve meals at Food Bank's Community Kitchen and Pantry in West Harlem to give back to residents and families in need ahead of the holiday.
Gallery | Solomon Thomas Hosts First Thanksgiving Giveaway
Jets defensive end Solomon Thomas partnered with the Interfaith Food Pantry Network to host his first Solomon Thomas Thanksgiving Giveaway, where he was joined by his teammates to distribute Thanksgiving meals and regular food distribution to local families in need.
Gallery | Connor McGovern Visits Mt. Olive High School for Inclusive Physical Education Movement Day
Jets center Connor McGovern, TNT Kid's Fitness and ABLE P.E teamed up with Mount Olive High School to provide a physical education experience for special needs students and their peers.
Gallery | Jets Players Get On the Field with Local Sixth Graders at Play 60 Flag Football Event
Several Jets players, including Quinnen and Quincy Williams, Michael Carter, Michael Carter II and Mike White joined local sixth graders on the field at the Atlantic Health Jets Training Center to help coach and play QB during a Play 60 flag football event.
Gallery | Jets Players Wish Children Receiving Treatment at Goryeb Children's Hospital Happy Halloween
See images of D.J. Reed, Solomon Thomas, and Jordan Whitehead spreading some Halloween spirit with children who are receiving treatment at the Atlantic Health System's Goryeb Children's Hospital. Each child received a bag of treats courtesy of Ferrero and an autographed football from the players.
Gallery | Jets Rookies Unveil Playground on 24th Annual Hometown Huddle Day of Service
Members of the Jets rookie class helped unveil a new playground for students at Parsippany Child Day Care Center as a part of the 24th Annual Hometown Huddle Day of Service.
Gallery | Jets DL Solomon Thomas Speaks with NJ High School Student-Athletes About Mental Health Awareness
Jets defensive lineman Solomon Thomas spoke with Clifton High School student-athletes about the importance of mental health in a new partnership with The Defensive Line, Thomas' non-profit, the Jets and the New Jersey Super Football Conference.
Gallery | Jets Players Invite Special Guests at Goryeb Children's Hospital to Be Honorary Captains at Dolphins Game
See images of Quinnen Williams and Solomon Thomas visiting with children who have undergone or completed cancer treatment at the Atlantic Health System's Goryeb Children's Hospital. Williams and Thomas invited special guests to be honorary captains for Sunday's "Crucial Catch" game against the Dolphins.
Gallery | Quinnen Williams, Solomon Thomas Surprise Mother's & Daughters Impacted by Cancer at Crucial Catch Event
The Atlantic Health Jets Women's Organization in partnership with Goryeb Children's Hospital, the Valerie Center and American Cancer Society hosted a Crucial Catch relaxation event for mothers and daughters who have been touched by cancer at MetLife Stadium on Tuesday. DL Quinnen Williams & DL Solomon Thomas surprised those in attendance during the day of relaxation.
Gallery | Elijah Moore, Michael Carter and Jets Surprise a Brooklyn High School with Donation at MetLife Stadium
See photos of the Jets surprising Transit Tech High School (Brooklyn, NY) with a uniform donation at MetLife Stadium on Tuesday. WR Elijah Moore and RB Michael Carter helped present a check for $100,000, supporting both Transit Tech's new uniforms and the team's annual Public Schools Athletic League (PSAL) helmet reconditioning program.