NorCal Fire Recovery Fund
The Aaron Rodgers NorCal Fire Recovery Fund will support the victims of the Camp Fire in Butte County, CA and, in addition to meeting their basic needs, will focus on kids Programs, Youth and High School Sports and housing.
Aaron Rodgers and the North Valley Community Foundation are joining forces again, this time to help small, locally owned businesses in Butte County weather the coronavirus pandemic. Aaron, the Chico native and NFL star quarterback, contributed $1 million to the fund to help small, locally owned businesses in Butte County. Eighty businesses received significant help in the first round of funding. Aaron is hosting "Jeopardy!" for two weeks starting April 5. A donation from the show will augment a second round of grants.
The Camp Fire took less than 24 hours to devastate the Butte County communities of Paradise, Concow and Magalia. It will take years to recover. The Butte Strong Fund will be a catalyst to start the rebuilding process.
Rodgers participated in the NFL Initiative #mycausemycleats to support Midwest Athletes against Childhood Cancer (MACC). It raises money for research to combat childhood cancer and blood-borne disease, and they also help provide wonderful patient care to kids battling cancer.
itsAaron.com was created by David Gruber and Aaron Rodgers to create awareness for organizations and people who are changing the world. In 12 separate episodes that were filmed over 3 years, David and Aaron do just that by surprising amazing people within our communities.
“The Barstool Fund” is for small businesses in need of a financial lifeline due to Covid-19.
The mission of the Pro Player Foundation is to address the needs of underserved children by raising dollars and awareness through special events and programs. Pro Player Foundation partners with athletes to achieve philanthropic and community needs.
Aaron plays annually in the Andy North and Friends Golf Getaway, which raises money for the University of Wisconsin Paul P. Carbone Comprehensive Cancer Center
Aaron Rodgers 12 Days of Christmas was a 12-day program that ran the first 12 days of December. Each day, a child with cancer was featured with a photo and bio including their parents' journey. Kohl’s department store contributed a percentage of all toy sales to the MACC fund. Kohl’s, Rodgers and the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel donated a $50,000 check to the MACC fund.