Cleveland Browns News: Hue Jackson’s foundation does great work

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The Daily Dawg Tags brings you all the Cleveland Browns news that you need to know. Today’s featured story talks about the great work that the Hue Jackson Foundation is doing.

Just about a year ago, Cleveland Browns head coach Hue Jackson and his wife Michelle started the Hue Jackson Foundation. The purpose of the foundation was to help the victims and survivors of human trafficking.

When Jackson promised to jump into Lake Erie due to the Browns having a win-less season in 2017, Jackson turned it into a great cause by making it a fundraiser for his foundation.

For every Browns employee that jumped into the lake with Jackson, he would donate $100 to his foundation. The Haslam family also matched the amount that was donated by Jackson, which put the total around $30 thousand raised.

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That money has helped the next big project for the foundation, creating a facility to help human trafficking victims.

In today’s Daily Dawg Tags, we feature an article that describes the facility that the Hue Jackson Foundation has built and what it will do for the victims of human trafficking.

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Hue Jackson provides ‘safe place’ for human trafficking victims – Pat McManamon, ESPN

"Hill, executive director of the Salvation Army of Greater Cleveland, was preparing to show a visitor a new facility built to take care of the victims of human trafficking. Asked what this 12-bed center meant to him, Hill was quick to respond: “It’s huuuuge.”"

Jackson may not have had much success as head coach of the Browns, but what he and his foundation have done for human trafficking victims in Northeast Ohio has been phenomenal.

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