During Week 14 of the NFL season, hundreds of players from across the league will wear custom cleats to promote causes that matter to them for the NFL’s My Cause, My Cleats campaign.
The 3M Open and Minnesota Vikings tight end Kyle Rudolph have teamed up to design a pair of one-of-a-kind cleats that feature logos of M Health Fairview, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and the 3M Open.
The cleats will be worn during Minnesota’s Dec. 8 home game versus Detroit.
“This partnership with the 3M Open is about so much more than just sports,” said Rudolph. “It represents the power of partnership in working towards a cause greater than ourselves. I am incredibly thankful to the 3M Open for its generous donation to Kyle Rudolph’s End Zone and for its ongoing commitment to improve lives in our community.”
This past July, Rudolph served as ambassador for the inaugural 3M Open to help advance the tournament’s charitable efforts and event theme of Golf That Matters. The 3M Open donated more than $1.5 million to local charities through the 3M Open Fund, including $600,000 to pillar partner M Health Fairview, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital. Kyle Rudolph’s End Zone is a therapeutic patient care space located on the lobby level of the hospital.