Vicksburg native and Tennessee Titan Malcolm Butler continues his generous charitable giving in communities where he has lived and worked. In recognition, he was named the Community MVP for week 11 by the NFL Players Association.
Butler posted the news Wednesday on Facebook.
Butler graciously helped provide people in Nashville, Tennessee, with free COVID-19 testing and grocery gift cards, feeding about 600 families. He helped residents of his hometown, Vicksburg, by giving out grocery cards as well, while also donating $5,000 to the University of West Alabama’s hunger/pandemic fund relief. UWA is his alma mater.
The NFLPA thanked Butler on Twitter for his donation.
As a thank you to his three main support systems, Week 11 #CommunityMVP Malcolm Butler @Mac_BZ provided Thanksgiving food for 600 families in his @Titans city of Nashville, hometown of Vicksburg, Miss., and @univwestalabama town of Livingston: https://t.co/drH63b0Xz3. pic.twitter.com/VGzpbRRKeS
— NFLPA (@NFLPA) November 26, 2020