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JAGUARS TURN INTO PUSSYCATS FOR $3M CHARITY FOUNDATION
Published September 15, 1994
The Jaguars yesterday announced the creation of the Jaguars Foundation, which will be aimed at helping Jacksonville's disadvantaged children. Jaguars majority owner Wayne Weaver said that the team will donate $3M over 5 years to the foundation, an amount that is being touted as the "highest" team donation in the league. NFL public service coordinator Beth Colleton said that the highest previous amount given by a team was by the Lions, which donates $300,000 annually to charities (Bob Phelps, FLORIDA TIMES-UNION, 9/14).