Nick Saban & Miss Terry Announce ‘Significant Contribution’ To United Way
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Alabama head coach Nick Saban and his wife Ms. Terry are giving back during this tough time for SEC fans and Americans...


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The Smile Train is a great one.... extremely low overhead. "Smile Train is a nonprofit organization and charity providing corrective surgery for children with cleft lips and palates. Headquartered in New York City and founded in 1999, Smile Train provides free corrective cleft surgery in 87 countries, training local doctors and providing hospital funding for the procedures." LINK /
Reply2 months
Good for the Saban's, hurts me to say it but Roll Tide.
Reply2 months
Dislike Nick, but I can’t dislike this. Good on you, coach/Mrs. Terry.
Reply2 months
Not surprised they give to the most corrupt charity in existence
Reply2 months
Not surprised losers get butt hurt when Saban does something.
2 months
Go choke on bat soup.. What have you done to help. Worthless POS
2 months
Blind Zebras posting pure nonsense.
2 months
Chode move bragging about your contribution but I guess it's better than not makign one a tall.
Reply2 months
Why you so mad, bro?
2 months
as a fellow Auburn fan, I have to agree with DD - why even make a negative comment about this? why the frick cares if he posted a vid on it - at least he is trying to help people, which right now a lot need it. put aside fan rivalries and give the guy credit for being willing to help.
2 months
Perhaps the United way asked Coach Saban to announce in the hopes it could encourage others to donate?
2 months
gonna be 25 brand new chargers, right?
Reply2 months
Isn't United Way number one as far as not using the funds for their intended purpose? I think they siphon off 90-something percent.
Reply2 months
They have an 85-89 efficiency rating, depending on the source. That's pretty high. They had issues in the past, but not currently.
2 months
That’s Susan G Komen
2 months
Each state's United Way is a different organization. UW of Alabama is probably one of the best at utilizing the funds. I work for a company that requires compulsory giving to UW. Never liked that policy but I've looked into the organization enough to know it is well run.
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