Haason Reddick Presents: Black Panther Christmas in Partnership with the City of Camden, Camden City School District, Camden Schools Foundation, and Subaru of America.
Camden, NJ – As another holiday season approaches, NFL player Haason Reddick and family are once again working to put smiles on kids’ faces. Santa will make an early visit to the Subaru Headquarters where Mayor Carstarphen, Superintendent McCombs, family members of NFL player Haason Reddick, and Subaru leaders will help to give out gifts to students.
“I want to personally thank Haason Reddick and his family for their continuous donations to our students,” said Superintendent McCombs. “We’ve been through some of the most trying and troubling times in recent history, but this is definitely a testament of how strong our community is. Thank you to Mayor Carstarphen, Camden Schools Foundation, and Subaru of America for hosting our families while they receive their gifts.”
“The holidays are a time to celebrate with loved ones, spread cheer and joy and share blessings with others ,” said Camden Mayor Victor Carstarphen. “I commend Haason Reddick and his family for giving back to our community through their generous donation to our Camden youth. I am also very grateful to our co-sponsors at the Camden City School District, Camden Schools Foundation, and corporate partners Subaru of America. The holidays can be a difficult time and financially challenging for many. It brings me joy knowing this event and these toys will help make the holidays a little brighter for these young people and their families.”
“The community of Camden helped me become the man I am today,” said Haason Reddick. “It’s important to the city that raised me. Thank you all.”
“The holiday season is an important time to give back, and we’re proud to help Haason Reddick and his family spread some holiday cheer to children in Camden with their generous gifts,” said Thomas J. Doll, President and CEO of Subaru of America, Inc. “From all of us at Subaru, we commend Haason for giving our community something to smile about this December.”
“Partnerships are powerful. They can help transform communities and encourage engagement. We are grateful for the opportunity to work with Mr. Reddick, Superintendent Katrina McCombs and Mayor Victor Carstarphen on important initiatives that aim to uplift Camden students and families,” said Dawn Epstein, Executive Director of the Camden Schools Foundation.
Check out highlights from the event below: