The San Francisco 49ers wide receiver hosted 35 kids from Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bay Area for a holiday shopping spree at Target. Kerley gave each kid a $100 gift certificate to pick out presents for the holidays.
Dawn Kruger, the CEO of Big Brothers Big Sisters spoke highly of Kerley's efforts to give back.
"Jeremy and his 49ers teammates are powerful role models, and they are creating a lifetime memory for kids who dont have may opportunities like this," said Kruger. "Our children come from low-income households, most being raised by a single parent or foster parent working multiple jobs, and this time of year can be especially challenging for them. We're thrilled to give our kids this moment of holiday joy with their Big Brother or Big Sister alongside Jeremy Kerley and his 49ers teammates."
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