Super Baskets of Hope 2016

SANTA ROSA — As Super Bowl 50 approached, several hundred volunteers from Jackson Family Wines and elsewhere joined some NFL players in Santa Rosa to fill 3,500 gift baskets for children with serious illnesses.

They came to Spring Hills Community Church on Fulton Road on Jan. 30 to work with Super Baskets of Hope ( It's a 501c3 nonprofit organization celebrating 21 years of giving hope to sick children and their loved ones across the nation in cities where NFL Super Bowls are held. Read More

2015 Super Baskets Delivery at Phoenix Children's Hospital


PHOENIX -- When the Super Bowl comes to town, a lot of famous people come with it, including athletes, former athletes and coaches. And while they're here, some of them make time to make a difference by doing some "super" things.

One of those good deeds is the "Super Baskets of Hope" program. The program provides gifts to children diagnosed with cancer or other serious illness. The baskets are delivered by volunteers who spend time meeting with the family.

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Philadelphia, PA Super Baskets of Hope Delivery

St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children is pleased to welcome The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation (TMJF) to its hospital as they deliver more than 140 age appropriate gift baskets and hope totes to seriously ill children and their parents or guardians on Thursday, April 30, 2015, at St. Christopher’s Hospital for Children in Philadelphia, PA. Read More

Washington Redskins

DeAngelo Hall

DeAngelo Hall lent a hand to the Super Baskets of Hope event at the Renaissance Meadowlands Hotel in Rutherford, N.J., on Monday, filling baskets with games, crafts, toys, books and NFL team merchandise to be shipped by FedEx toGeorgetown University Hospital and more than 20 children’s hospitals around the country. Read More

Pro Player Insiders


Renaissance Meadowlands Hotel was buzzing with volunteers wanting to lend a hand this Super Bowl. The Annual Super Baskets of Hope Packing event kicked off the week on a compassionate note. Read More

New York Super Baskets of Hope Delivery

New York Giants kicker Josh Brown, along with former NFL player Ryan Neill, presented the patients with presents. The athletes represented Super Baskets of Hope, an organization which delivers baskets to children who are long-term hospital patients.

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St. Louis Rams Deliver Super Baskets

Josh Hull, Chris Givens and other Rams players distribute more than 200 baskets to patients at Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital as part of the Super Basket of Hope delivery event.

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New Orleans Saints Help With Preparations

Chris Chamberlain and Will Herring

Linebackers Chris Chamberlain and Will Herring were joined by almost 100 volunteers on Saturday at De La Salle High School for the Super Baskets of Hope Second Annual Gift of Hope Event to help support ill children across America.

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New Orleans Saints Deliver Super Baskets of Hope

Saints Coach, Sean Payton and linebacker, Chris Chamberlain delivered over 250 Super Baskets and Hope Totes to children & their families at Ochsner Children's Health Center - New Orleans. 

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In celebration of Super Bowl XLVIII, New Orleans Saint Malcolm Jenkins, The Malcolm Jenkins Foundation and the Touchdown Club of New Orleans, teamed up with New Orleans’ own Baskets of Hope to deliver “Super” Baskets of Hope to pediatric patients and families at Children’s Hospital in New Orleans. Read More

Chris Chamberlain, linebacker from the New Orleans Saints delivers Super Basket of Hope to cancer patient at Ochsner Medical Center.

To watch a YouTube clip from the delivery, click here.

Coach Sean Payton pictured with Super Basket recipient family and Basket of Hope - New Orleans Branch Coordinator, Ann Ollendike.

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Seattle Children's Hospital Super Baskets Delivery

Walter Thurmand, Kris Durham, Jameson Konz, John Moffitt and other NFL players visited Seattle children's hospital on Monday meeting with the young patients and their families and delivering "Baskets of Hope" filled with toys and activities for the children.

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