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Raiders surprise Nevada Special Olympics athlete with Super Bowl tickets

 

During his tenure with the Silver and Black and even before that, while attending college in North Carolina State, the Raiders player was a dedicated advocate for children and adults who are part of the Special Olympics in Nevada, supporting athletes with consistent opportunities for develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy, and engage in the exchange of gifts, skills, and friendships with their families, other athletes, and the community.

Sandra was the last to receive Super Bowl tickets from the Las Vegas Raiders in gratitude for her positive contributions to our community. The Raiders gave Joseph Wu a super surprise in recognition of his commitment and dedication to his school. He was principal of Gwendoline Woolley Primary School and took on the additional duties of substitute teacher, canteen worker, and could even be seen acting as guardian.

Last year, the Raiders also surprised Liz Grosbeck, a UNLV medical student who helped save the life of a crash victim en route to the Raiders’ 2021 preseason game, with Super Bowl tickets. Raiders fans Andrés and Suzanne Kaha were injured and Andrés’ left arm was torn off in the accident. The Raiders also surprised Cajas with Super Bowl tickets.

Tight end Darren Waller, Walter Payton’s 2021 Man of the Year nominee from the Raiders, surprised Paul Votrino, CEO of the Shine A Light Foundation, and his wife Cailin with Super Bowl LVI tickets. The Shine A Light Foundation helps homeless people in the Las Vegas area, especially those living in underground flood channels, find access to housing and treatment centers.

Prior to the Raiders’ regular season opening in 2021, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell presented tickets to Amy Lowes, who attended a game at Allegiant Stadium as guests of the Raiders, along with her husband, in recognition of her efforts to address food insecurity in Southern Nevada. Laws has accumulated over 900 volunteer hours at Three Square Food Bank since 2016. In addition, the Raiders, in conjunction with Intermountain Healthcare, awarded four frontline healthcare workers for their service during the COVID-19 pandemic with a fully paid trip to Tampa. Florida and Super Bowl LV tickets.

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