NCAA Shuts Down Trevor Lawrence’s Coronavirus Fundraiser
The NCAA shut down Trevor Lawrence’s coronavirus fundraiser this past week.
Lawrence and his girlfriend, Marissa Mowry, started a GoFundMe page to raise cash for victims of COVID-19. Unfortunately, the NCAA took exception to that decision.
As a result, Clemson’s compliance department had to shut it down.
“Unfortunately Trevor cannot be a part of this anymore due to compliance and some rules, so he can’t help out anymore,” Mowry said in a video on her Instagram page.
“And also we have to take down the GoFundMe page.”
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Letter nominations: Email their name, place of work, and profession (email below) If you want to donate to specific organizations that will help fight the impact COVID-19 has had, use the link in my bio to donate to: No Kid Hungry or donate to Meals on Wheels. Thank y’all in advance for the impact you all will make! Email: TrevorMarissa1016@gmail.com
Prior to the fundraiser getting shut down, it raised $2,500.
“Despite all of the craziness and drama with that we were able to raise a little over $2,500. So all of that’s going to go to Meals on Wheels and No Kid Hungry, which is super awesome,” Lawrence said.
“Thank you guys, all of y’all that donated. It’s really much appreciated. It’s going to help some kids and some elderly [people] somewhere, so it’s going to be very helpful.”
Lawrence will likely go pro after next season, so he won’t have to deal with nonsense like this much longer.
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