9TH ANNUAL FITZ’S SUPPER CLUB

9TH ANNUAL FITZ’S SUPPER CLUB

Larry Fitzgerald has been a legendary staple of the Phoenix Metro area since 2004. His value and efforts to support our communities here in Phoenix is unprecedented. Over the years, we’ve had one of the most celebrated Superstars and role model in the history of the Arizona Cardinals organization and most likely the NFL.

A Walter Peyton NFL Man of Year award winner, Fitzgerald started his First Down Fund  almost a decade ago.  Fitzgerald’s First Down Fund help support kids and their families with significant gifts of time, money and special resources through numerous associations across the country.

Our Experience at 9TH ANNUAL FITZ’S SUPPER CLUB

Other than being outside in the heat and dodging beautiful luxury cars coming down the street in front of Dominick’s Steakhouse, we had a great time at Fitz’s Supper Club 2017 red carpet event.

Fitzgerald was very humble and respectful to the various media outlets. He took time out to talk and answer questions from most of the media.

We constantly hear a lot of negative stories about players in the NFL, Larry Fitzgerald has changed perceptions on good NFL players that are out there helping their communities while at the same time setting good examples for young fans.

This maybe Fitzgerald’s last season in the NFL, but I am sure he will continue his First Down Fund and giving back to the community for years to come. I am proud to cheer for a great NFL superstar, but an even greater role model for the entire phoenix metro area as well as the state of Arizona.

Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund

Larry and The Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund give significant gifts in time, money and resources to numerous organizations across the country. The focus of The Larry Fitzgerald First Down Fund is to support organizations that work with youth to promote reading and to close the technology gap.

In addition, in honor of his mother, Larry will continue to support organizations that work to cure cancer and to provide support to cancer survivors.

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