The Pittsburgh Steelers did not just win on the field with a 24-16 victory in Philadelphia this week, they also won off the field partnering with the Westmoreland Food Bank.
The team held a food distribution on Thursday to help aid members of the Latrobe community.
An area typically bustling with Steelers fans at this time of year, Latrobe is missing out on a second-straight year of training camp at St. Vincent College with the NFL failing to approve the organization’s plans due to the league’s COVID-19 protocols.
Retired tight end Vance McDonald was on hand to help pass out food and assist those in need.
On Thursday, the @steelers held a food distribution at the @WestmorelandFB to aid the Latrobe community.#Steelers alum Vance McDonald was in attendance to lend a hand and help out those in need. pic.twitter.com/MMLwvqUMLx
— Steelers Community Relations (@SteelersCR) August 13, 2021