Browns donate $25,000 to provide new helmets to two high schools in Columbus

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COLUMBUS – During halftime of Saturday’s Orange & Brown scrimmage, the Cleveland Browns donated $25,000 to two local high schools to provide them with new football helmets.

Linden McKinley High School and West High School will get new five-star football helmets before the start of the season.

“We are proud to provide new helmets to Columbus City Schools and these high school football programs as part of our continued effort to promote the development and safety of youth and high school football throughout Ohio,” said Executive Vice President of Football Operations Sashi Brown.

“Dee and Jimmy Haslam and our entire team strongly believe in supporting education and youth and high school football, and it was important to our organization that we made a positive impact within the Columbus community that will extend well beyond today’s Orange & Brown Scrimmage.”

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