By Pete Nakos, On3
John Rhys Plumlee is using his platform to give back.
The UCF quarterback announced Monday on X he is donating all proceeds from his jersey sales this season to the Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
Currently on sale at Fanatics for $139, this is not the first time Plumlee has given back to the hospital. The two-way athlete spent time with some kids this past June at Ryan Seacrest Studios, taping a podcast.
“Donating 100% of my proceeds from my jersey sales to the Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children,” John Rhys Plumlee wrote on X.
Now UCF fans will be able to assist the quarterback in giving back to Orlando youth. A 158-bed pediatric hospital part of the Orlando Health network, it is supported by the Arnold Palmer Medical Center Foundation. The Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and the Winnie Palmer Hospital for Women & Babies combine to form the Arnold Palmer Medical Center. The hospital has previously been ranked as one of the nation’s top children’s hospitals.
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