The Common Good

Cardinals Win Super Bowl

So you think the Pittsburgh Steelers won the big game Sunday night? Hundreds of poor kids in El Salvador will tell you that's not so, as they wear their brand new T-shirts and caps announcing the Arizona Cardinals as 2009 Super Bowl champions. An estimated $1 million worth of clothing produced before the game is being distributed to poor children and families through a partnership between World Vision and the National Football League. Jeff Fields, World Vision's senior director of corporate relations, says:

We work in those very deprived areas and it's just amazing to see how much need there is. They are living in very poor conditions

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