|NUMBER OF BIDS:||3 (BID HISTORY)|
|CLOSE DATE:||Apr 4, 2023 (or later)|
|OPEN DATE:||Mar 21, 2023|
NFL - Commanders Daron Payne Signed Eclipse Mini Hemet
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Fund Recovery serves athletes, veterans, their families, and fans seeking assistance for mental health or substance misuse issues. We do this by filling the financial gap between the cost of receiving professional help and the ability for someone to pay. Fund Recovery provides monetary aid for people seeking positive change.
The Hall of Fame Family Recovery Fund is specifically designated for any former professional football player (regardless of career length), their spouse, children or siblings to receive monetary support for mental health or substance misuse services on all levels of care