Former Alabama quarterback Mac Jones and his family have donated to Buffalo Bills safety Damar Hamlin's charity.

Hamlin collapsed on the field during the Bills Monday Night Football game versus the Cincinnati Bengals late in the first quarter. CPR was administered by the medical staff in attendance for around ten minutes, then he was put on a stretcher and taken to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center where he remains in critical condition. It was later announced that he suffered a cardiac arrest.

The second-year player started The Chasing M's Foundation Community Toy Drive back in 2020 to donate toys to children and their families struggling financially through the holiday season during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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The charity had a goal of $2,500 on Monday prior to kickoff and has reached $6.6 million in donations and counting.

The Jones' donated $2,183.

"It's more about the 18 and the 3... 18 is "chai" -- which means life in Hebrew/Jewish faith, 3 is Hamlin's number. The 2 is their generosity because donating 2,183 is more than 183 or 1,833 or something along those lines," tweeted ESPN's Patriots beat reporter Mike Reiss on the donation.

Multiple athletes and teams have donated to the foundation, including the Indianapolis Colts, Washington Commanders, New England Patriots, Tom Brady, Chris Jericho, and many more.

To learn more about the foundation, click here.

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