It’s no surprise that Saints fans are the most loyal and the most kind in the NFL so when its time to help out a Saints player, especially Drew Brees, we will jump at the chance.
Everyone knows what Drew Brees means to the Saints organization but maybe he is less known for his charity work with the New Orleans and Gulf South area through his Brees Dream Foundation.
His foundation has raised countless dollars that have gone towards re-building schools and play grounds that were devastated by Hurricane Katrina as well as raising awareness for the NFL’s Play 60 campaign and Keep Gym In School campaign.
Now Saints fans as well as NFL fans have been presented with a unique opportunity to own a rare piece of art and help raise money for the Brees Dream Foundation at the same time.
The art was developed by renowned New Orleans artist Michael Hunt of The Hunt Studio in collaboration with Drew Brees. Called “All Hail New Orleans” the prints are signed by Drew Brees and you can even get one triple signed to include the artist’s signature as well as head coach Sean Payton.
These prints were made-up exclusively to celebrate the Saints historic Super Bowl win and there will only ever be 2,010 copies signed by Drew Brees.
Again quantities are limited so don’t miss out on a rare opportunity to get your hand on a truly one of a kind collectible for the most sincere New Orleans Saints fans.
Prices range from $65 to $950 dollars, all can be viewed by visiting www.huntstudio.com, and as a bonus for WhoDatDish.com readers there is a 5% discount that can be applied by using the code Dish10 at the time of checkout.
The best part is 100% of the proceeds from the sale of the print will go to the Brees Dream Foundation for dispersal to many worthy charitable causes. Simply put there is just not a good reason not to get this collectible — so what are you waiting for?
“Our foundation’s efforts towards raising money for families in the Gulf Coast region will be greatly aided by these amazing collectible products,” said Brees, a four-time Pro Bowler who was named MVP of Super Bowl XLIV. “Each of these pieces is personal for me. Brittany and I are so pleased to make these collectibles available to fans.”
The Brees Dream Foundation was founded in 2003 with a mission to advance research in the fight against cancer and provide care, education and opportunities for children in need. Since its inception, the Brees Dream Foundation has committed more than $6 million to charitable causes and academic institutions in the New Orleans, San Diego and West Lafayette/Purdue communities.