Eagles Adds Brady Wheeler as Director of Community Services and Outreach


CHESTNUT HILL, Mass. – Boston College Men’s Football announced that Brady wheeler was added to staff as Director of Community Services and Outreach. Wheeler will help the team achieve their community service and outreach goals.

“We are delighted to have Brady on board as the very first Director of Community Service and Outreach for the program,” said the head coach. Bob thompson. “The men’s football team has always valued community service and we are thrilled to be able to devote even more time and effort to so many great causes, both locally and beyond; Brady is the perfect person to help us do that. This new position will be great for our community as well as for our students who will have even more opportunities to serve. “

The first community initiative under Wheeler will take place this Friday night against Syracuse when the Eagles partner with the Go4theGoal Foundation to raise funds and educate children battling cancer in our community. All funds raised will be used to improve the lives of children battling cancer by providing financial assistance, funding innovative research, developing and implementing unique hospital programs, and granting personal wishes.

“I am very happy to join the Boston College men’s soccer program,” said Wheeler. “The team’s continued involvement in many community service and awareness initiatives is something I am proud to be a part of. Our goal is to raise awareness of these important causes and do our little part in the community. “

Boston College will also host a breast cancer awareness game and fundraiser on Saturday, October 23 against Wake Forest, where all fans are encouraged to wear pink.

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