SANTA CLARA — A stream of 49ers players rushed Friday to both request and provide relief for the Camp Fire victims in Paradise, the hometown of their assistant strength coach Shane Wallen.
“This place was home for me growing up, and until yesterday, it’s where my dad called home for the last 20 years. These people need your help,” Wallen tweeted Friday, requesting donations be sent to a GoFundMe account.
This place was home for me growing up, and until yesterday, it’s where my dad called home for the last 20 years. These people need your help.
Donate or share, anything and everything helps.
Paradise, we’ve got you! https://t.co/8nLv87lc5o
— Shane Wallen (@swallen20) November 9, 2018
Tight end George Kittle, quarterback Nick Mullens, left tackle Joe Staley, linebacker Brock Coyle and defensive tackle Solomon Thomas are among those who hit Twitter in the fire-relief efforts. Kittle and fellow tight ends Garrett Celek and Cole Wick are among those who’ve donated to Wallen’s relief efforts, as has punter Bradley Pinion.
Please if you can help, people in my hometown need you. My dads house was burnt to the ground along with the entire city of paradise. Anything helps. …read more
Source:: East Bay – Science