Former NFL players work together with local groups for food tours | Instant News

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) Former NFL defensive midfielder and Shoemaker High School graduate Roy Miller III worked with the Killeen Food Care Center and Accumulative Advantage Foundation to provide more than 24,000 pounds of food for 470 families in 470 families at Grace Christian Church in Killeen Saturday morning.

The food bank is part of the Miller Family’s “Operation Feed Our Neighbors”.

The Miller Foundation and her family usually host a soccer camp every summer. Because COVID-19, they had to cancel.

That didn’t stop Miller from reaching out and doing something special for his hometown community.

While Miller was unable to attend, Executive Director of the food care center Raymond Cockrell said they were happy to provide assistance to foundations and families in need.

“The children in this community have my heart and Roy,” he said.

“He grew up in this community when I was born and raised. It is a blessing to return and serve the community where we grew up. ”


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