Texas Longhorns quarterback Casey Thompson, who’s currently in a battle for the starting job, announced via Cameo he will donate his name, image and likeness proceeds earned through the account to the food insecurity organization No Kid Hungry, 247Sports reports.
“I’m happy to announce that I’m partnering with Cameo,” Thompson said in a Cameo video earlier this week, per 247Sports. “I’m here for anything you need — to chat, give shoutout videos and also just to give any advice. And most importantly, all of the proceeds will go to NoKidHungry.org. That’s an organization that helps bridge the gap between the one in every six Americans that go hungry every year. As many as 13 million children in American can go hungry this year, and I’m happy to donate all of the proceeds to the organization.”
It’s a new generation, folks.
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