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Gronkowski visits the Shriners Hospital dressed as “Robbie the Elf”

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Gronkowski visits the children at Shriners Hospital dressed as “Robbie the Elf”

Retired New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski continues to be active in the community and decided to spread some holiday cheer to the kids at Shriners Hospital in Massachusetts. Gronkowski managed to find a festive costume for his 6-foot-6 hulk and dressed as “Robbie the Elf” when he visited Shriners Children’s New England on Tuesday. During his visit, Gronk gave gifts to the Shriners’ patients and shared many hugs and handshakes. He also played some basketball and soccer with some of the kids, while doing arts and crafts with others. “The kids were so excited. I was excited. They were so happy to receive all their gifts. They had so much fun,” he said. “Thank you, Santa, for sending us here. Thank you Springfield Shriners here, all the staff and everyone. It was the best day ever!” Gronkowski was recognized for his outstanding work off the field. In April 2019, he was awarded the Wish Hero Award by the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Massachusetts and Rhode Island for all the wishes he has granted throughout his time with the Patriots. Gronk then teamed up with Make-A-Wish less than a year later to surprise a Massachusetts teen with Super Bowl tickets, and while playing for the Patriots, Gronk regularly shaved his head at the annual Buzz Off organized by Framingham-based One Mission. This event is a show of solidarity in support of children diagnosed with cancer. Last year, Gronkowski donated $1.2 million through the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation for a complete renovation of Charlesbank Stadium, located on the Charles River Reservation Esplanade. He first retired from the NFL in March 2019 after helping the Patriots win three Super Bowls in nine seasons, and just over a year later, Gronk came out of retirement to reunite with Tom Brady at Tampa Bay and the Pats accepted his trade request to the Buccaneers. Brady and Gronkowski won a Super Bowl in their first season with the Pirates. Before the big game, Gronk surprised four Tampa-area health care workers with tickets to the Super Bowl that was being played at Raymond James Stadium, the Bucs’ home venue. time in june.

Retired New England Patriots star Rob Gronkowski continues to be active in the community and decided to spread some holiday cheer to the kids at Shriners Hospital in Massachusetts.

Gronkowski managed to find a festive costume for his 6-foot-6 physique and dressed as “Ruby the Elf” when he visited New England Children’s Town on Tuesday.

During his visit, Gronk gave gifts to the Shriners’ patients and shared many hugs and handshakes. He also played basketball and soccer with some of the kids, while doing arts and crafts with others.

“The children were so excited. I was excited. And they were so happy to receive all their gifts. And they had so much joy,” he said. “Thank you, Santa, for sending us here. Thank you Springfield Shriners here, all the staff and everyone. It was the best day ever!”

Gronkowski has been recognized for his outstanding work off the field. In April 2019, He is awarded the Wish Hero Award From the Make-A-Wish Foundation in Massachusetts and Rhode Island for all the best wishes he has been granted throughout his time with the Patriots. Gronk then teamed up with Make-A-Wish less than a year later to surprise a Massachusetts teen with Super Bowl tickets.

While playing for the Patriots, Gronk regularly shaved his head for the annual Buzz Off organized by Framingham-based One Mission. This event is a show of solidarity in support of children diagnosed with cancer.

Last year, Gronkowski donated $1.2 million through the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation for a complete renovation of Charlesbank Stadium, located on Charles River Reservation Esplanade.

Gronkowski, 33 years old He first retired from the NFL in March 2019 after helping the Patriots win three Super Bowls in nine seasons.

Just over a year later, Gronk came out of retirement to reunite with Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady and WWF Bates granted the trade request to the pirates.

Brady and Gronkowski won the Super Bowl In their first season with the Buccaneers. Before the big game, Gronk surprised four Tampa-area healthcare workers with tickets to the Super Bowl that was being played at Raymond James Stadium, the Bucs’ home field.

Gronkowski had played one more season with Tampa Bay before He retired from the NFL for the second time in June.

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