This Saturday, former Pitt and Penn Hills legend and reigning two-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year Aaron Donald will host a youth football camp at Penn Hills High School.
Donald, along with the staff of 2Tenths Speed and Agility, will provide instruction during the camp.
“Anything I can do to help a kid get to that next level, I’m going to do it,” Donald said in a press release. “This camp and the AD99 Solutions Foundation is really going to give Pittsburgh-area kids the academic and athletic tools they need to go anywhere their dreams can take them.”
The camp will be the first event for AD99 Solutions Foundation, Donald’s new charitable venture, which is focusing on empowered underprivileged youth in the Pittsburgh area. The camp, which is currently full, was available free of charge for players.
It’ll be a full week of charitable causes in the Pittsburgh area for Donald. On Wednesday evening, Pitt will officially unveil the Aaron Donald Performance Center, the renovated first-floor training facility of the Panthers’ South Side practice complex.
In April, Donald gave a seven-figure gift to the university, the youngest such donor, and the re-naming of the performance complex in his honor is in recognition of that gift.
The 28-year-old wis entering his sixth NFL season and his been a five-time Pro Bowler, a four-team All-Pro and led the Los Angeles Rams defense to the Super Bowl after the 2018 season.
Donald still makes his home in the Pittsburgh area and frequently spends his offseason working out at the facility that will now bear his name.