To honor the memory of Holly Heap, daughter of beloved former Baltimore Ravens tight end Todd Heap, today is #HugsFromHollyDay. The goal of the day is to “scatter sunshine in Holly’s honor on her birthday.”
- Wear pink
- Perform an act of kindness and spread love in your community
- Share your involvement and celebrate Holly’s memory with posts using the hashtag #HugsFromHollyDay
Josh Rosen, newly drafted Cardinals quarterback, has shown his support for the Heap family on Twitter. Todd Heap finished his career with Arizona in 2012.
Join us tomorrow as we honor & celebrate #hugsfromhollyday on behalf of Todd Heap & his family.— Josh Rosen (@josh3rosen) May 2, 2018
Here's how YOU can get involved:
1. Wear PINK
2. Plan to share hugs and spread love through acts of kindness for those in your community
3. Post your pictures using #hugsfromhollyday pic.twitter.com/FfTcoeDRzr
The Ravens honored Holly last year by lighting up M&T Stadium in pink.
Scott Van Pelt of ESPN also recognized her memory on SportsCenter.
Todd Heap was drafted by the Ravens in 2001 and spent ten seasons in Baltimore.
To donate to the Holly Heap Memorial Fund, visit hugsfromholly.com.