Kirk Cousins Shops, Pays for Halloween Costumes for Homeless Kids
If you're looking for a story that will warm your heart, this is it. Minnesota Viking Kirk Cousins opened his wallet to dozens of homeless kids at Party City, according to a news article from the Minnesota Vikings's official website.
Cousins bought the kids Halloween costumes so they can go trick or treating. He has been working with the organization, People Serving People. It's a shelter for families going through homelessness.
Not only did the Viking open up his pocket book to supply funds for the costumes, he was also on hand to help the kids pick out the best ones.
After picking out their costumes, kids were surprised with a huge trick or treating event at the Vikings indoor practice facility at Twin Cities Orthopedics Performance Center where Cousins was dressed as Buzz Lightyear from Toy Story.
You can find out more about the event and see photos on the Minnesota Vikings website.