Minnesota Wild, owner each donate $25,000 to Nashville relief effort
The Minnesota wild and owner Craig Leipold and his wife, Helen, each announced that they are donating $25,000 to the relief effort in Nashville following a deadly tornado outbreak.
In a tweet, the Wild said they join the NHL community in support of those suffering from the events that occurred in Nashville. They went on to ask people to consider donating with the team to cfmt.org.
We join the @NHL community in support of those suffering from the events that occurred in Nashville.— Minnesota Wild (@mnwild) March 3, 2020
The #mnwild is donating $25,000, and Craig and Helen Leipold are donating $25,000. Please consider donating with us. ??https://t.co/oDUMCvcXnx#NashvilleStrong | @PredsNHL pic.twitter.com/Nuo0dSkzSv
In response the Nashville Predators twitter account thanked the Wild for their love, support, generosity and kindness.
The Predators play the Wild in St. Paul Tuesday night at 7 p.m. The Wild have announced that they will hold a moment of silence to commemorate those that have been affected by the tornado outbreak in Tennessee.