New England Patriot, Duron Harmon, Wows School with Visit and Donation

It was a very exciting day for League School on December 10, when New England Patriots player, Duron Harmon and his wife, stopped by for a tour of the school and to speak with our students. The three-time Super Bowl Champion was a hit with students and staff alike. During his visit, he expressed his appreciation and support of the school’s work to help students with autism live to their fullest potential.

New England Patriot, Duron Harmon, spent the day with our students.

The icing on the cake was the Harmons’ generous donation to the school The Harmons’ donation will be used for iPads, which are an instrumental part of our students’ educational program. We greatly appreciate the couple’s generosity and support of our students and the school.

The Harmons’ generous support will be used to purchase iPads for our students.

Creating awareness and support for individuals with autism is a cause close to the Harmons. Duron’s nephew was diagnosed with autism at the age of three. Each year, Duron and Christine host a karaoke night to raise money and awareness for autism charities. This year, the event raised over $90,000.

Thank you Duron and Christine for brightening the day of our students and for your continued support of individuals and families with autism!

To see additional photos from the Harmons’ visit, click below.

Tim McCabe, Director of Development.

Tim McCabe

Tim McCabe is the Director of Development for League School of Greater Boston.