Jarrett Stidham is getting acquainted with the New England community.
The Patriots second-year quarterback, along with his wife Kennedy Stidham, has provided more than 1,000 meals to families and children through the Hockomock Area YMCA. It comes during a time where families are in need of both food and/or financial help due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The organization shared its thanks to the Jarrett and Kennedy Stidham Friday afternoon on its Twitter page.
The sun & warmth were not the only surprises today. A big thank you to Patriots Quarterback @Jarrett_Stidham and his wife @kennedystidham_ for reaching out to us to help & providing over 1,000 @attleborocfa1 lunches today for children & families in our #community #BeCauseY pic.twitter.com/AMTrZTG9iv
— Hockomock Area YMCA (@HockomockYMCA) May 15, 2020
Stidham, as you likely have heard by now, is expected to be the Patriots’ starting quarterback when the 2020 season begins. Veteran signal-caller Brian Hoyer also will be in the mix for New England, which will begin its first season in the last 20 years without Tom Brady playing behind center.