The NFL Is Donating An Insane Amount Of Money To Help Victims Of Hurricane Matthew

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The National Football League is opening up its checkbook to help out victims of Hurricane Matthew.

The NFL is donating an incredible $300,000 to help out victims, according to a report from TMZ Sports.

A total of $200,000 will go to Salvation Army, UNICEF and the American Red Cross, according to the same report. The last $100,000 will go towards repairing damaged football fields in the southern part of the United States. (SLIDESHOW: Celebrate The NFL Season With The Hottest Cheerleaders In The Game)

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EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ – JANUARY 08: A detail of the official National Football League NFL logo is seen painted on the turf as the New York Giants host the Atlanta Falcons during their NFC Wild Card Playoff game at MetLife Stadium on January 8, 2012 in East Rutherford, New Jersey. (Photo by Nick Laham/Getty Images)

Nearly a thousand people were killed during Hurricane Matthew, with most of the fatalities coming from Haiti.

Washington Redskins owner Dan Synder also independently pitched in for the relief effort. He sent a plane full of supplies to Haiti to help the victims.

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