Michigan QB JJ McCarthy pledges to donate percentage of NIL profits to children’s hospitals
Although he has yet to play for Michigan, five-star quarterback JJ McCarthy is already making an impact off the field.
With collegiate athletes now able to capitalize on their name, image and likeness, McCarthy took to social media to pledge a portion of that revenue to donate to worthy causes. .
“I am excited about the opportunities that NIL will offer me and my fellow varsity athletes. “While this is a new era for varsity athletes, I came to Michigan to play football and graduate from one of the best universities in the world,” McCarthy said. “Everyone who knows me and my family knows how important it is to impact future generations and help make this world a better place for them. I now have an even greater opportunity to do so.
Part of McCarthy’s plan is to donate a portion of his profits to Children’s Hospitals in Ann Arbor and Chicago. “I promise to donate a percentage of everything I earn through NIL to non-profit organizations such as CS Mott Children’s Hospital in Ann Arbor and Lurie Children’s Hospital in Chicago in my quest to make an impact in life. future generations, ”McCarthy said.
Beyond McCarthy’s plans to give back to the community, his post also highlights his commitment to Michigan Football and his teammates, including doing everything possible to win a Big Ten and a national championship.
McCarthy’s college career may have just begun, but he will soon become a fan favorite with a combination of philanthropy and success on the pitch.