Baker Mayfield Makes Pledge To Meals on Wheels of Norman

Baker Mayfield is back at it.

Following a pledge to donate $50,000 to Greater Cleveland Food Bank, Mayfield has pledged 3,500 meals to the Meals on Wheels of Norman (Norman, Okla.), ESPN.com's Jake Trotter tweeted on Friday.

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In addition, Mayfield has teamed up with TownHall Cleveland, a Cleveland-area restaurant,  to donate 8,500 meals to an area food delivery program.

From Cleveland.com
"First off, our thoughts and prayers go out to everyone affected by this COVID-19 crisis,'' Emily Mayfield, said in an Instagram post.
"This is an unprecedented time for our country and for so many families and individuals alike. But what makes our country so great is how we come together and rally in times of crisis. Cleveland has always been the underdog, but we’re also known for our hustle and our true grit. So it’s time for us to all rally together and show everyone how we can come together for our fellow Clevelanders.'

The Mayfields asked others to consider making a donation to a non-profit organization in their community.

"We want to help out in any way we can and even if you guys can’t help out, a dollar or ten dollars goes a long way. Whatever you do, we will match that, so please help out. Wherever you’re at, whatever community you’re in, anything matters, anything helps. We’re all affected by this, so please click the link in our bio for the donation page. Love, thoughts and prayers out to everybody else, so prayers out.''

Meals on Wheels of Norman, established in 1972, provides home delivery of nutritional meals to the ill, disabled and the elderly.

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Giving back to the LAND and hope others will too. Link in bio to donate. #WeFeedCLE @clefoodbank
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To find out more information about Meals on Wheels of Norman, including how to make a donation, volunteer, or services available visit www.mealsonwheelsnorman.com.

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