Coty and Dominique Sensabaugh

NFL Player, Artist, Philanthropists

Pittsburgh Steelers cornerback Coty Sensabaugh and his wife Dominique Sensabaugh are the founders of Sensabaugh Mission Moon. In lieu of wedding gifts, the Sensabaughs asked guests to donate shoes or money to Soles4Souls. Accompanied by friends and family, the newlyweds traveled to the Dominican Republic and distributed more than 500 pairs of shoes to impoverished adults and children. Through the Soles4Souls partnership, the Sensabaughs have helped collect more than 11,000 pairs of shoes. Most recently, the couple traveled to Puerto Rico to provide shoes for citizens still recovering from the devastation of Hurricane Maria.

Coty has also partnered with Food for the Hungry to help provide fresh water systems to communities in Haiti. He also runs an annual free youth football camp, now in its fifth year, which has served more than 2,000 children in his home community of Kingsport, Tennessee. He is also a recipient of the President’s Volunteer Service Award, the Points of Light Tribute Award and the Daily Point of Light Award.

 

 

 

 

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