Earlier this week we witnessed the newest coach of the Panthers, 6 year-old cancer patient, Braylon Beam and members of the team pay it forward. Braylon was given a $3,000 gift card to Toys & Company from a local builder to get Hemby’s Children Hospital youngest patients anything they wanted.
"It's fun because I get to do this stuff all the time", Mike Tolbert, #35 Carolina Panthers fullback said. “But to have them here, and see what I do outside of football is special, and to have my guy right here with me, you know, it's special".
A prime example of hope – a kindergartener undergoing treatment for a tumor on his optic nerve and he is radiating with faith and selflessness. But it doesn’t stop there; Braylon and his family have also raised money to purchase gas gift cards and other items for families who have children at Hemby’s Hospital.
We believe it is important to say thank you; so thank the Beam family and the Panthers for inspiring others to pay it forward, and sprinkling acts of kindness all around the world. Continue to rep hope.