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Chris Long & the Waterboys

He is a back-to-back Super Bowl champion on different teams. Something only a handful of other NFL players have done. He just re-signed with the Philadelphia Eagles and is getting ready for the 2018-2019 season. He donated his entire 2017 salary to benefit educational charities — a whopping 1 million dollars. He is Chris Long, and he didn’t stop there.

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Lincoln man climbs Kilimanjaro to raise money for wells in Tanzania

When Tony Goins got a call from former NFL running back and close friend Steven Jackson asking him to join him as he climbed one of the tallest mountains on earth, he found himself at a loss.

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The Bucks’ Malcolm Brogdon is working on a clean-water project while rehabilitating

With an undergraduate degree in history and a master’s degree from the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia, Malcolm Brogdon has known for some time he would expand his contributions to this world beyond the borders of a basketball court

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Chris Long: Wins 2nd Straight Super Bowl, Climbs Mt. Kilimanjaro to Bring Attention to East Africa’s Water Crisis

Many a Super Bowl MVP, starting with New York Giants quarterback Phil Simms back in 1987, have, in the moments after winning the award, answered the question “What’s Next” by proclaiming “I’m going to Disney World!” Philadelphia Eagles defensive lineman Chris Long did not win the MVP of Super Bowl LII (backup QB turned hero Nick Foles did) but, if he was asked the “What’s Next” question, his answer would’ve been “Climb Mt. Kilimanjaro in Tanzania to draw attention to the East Africa water crisis.

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