Any Carolina Panther fan knows that Cam Newton has a soft spot for children. At the practice field, the kid are the ones he is going to go to first. On the field during games, he usually looks for a kid to give the touchdown ball to. He has the Cam Newton Foundation which is dedicated to children, their socioeconomic, education, emotional and physical needs. This year his foundation is the charity beneficiary of the Roaring Riot fan club this season.
He recently came together with the Make-A-Wish foundation. An 11 year old boy named Noah, was born with Klippel-Trenaunay Syndrome, in which one of his legs is three centimeters longer and wider than his right leg. At the age of seven he was also diagnosed with a protein deficiency and frequent blood clots. In October of 2015 his mother nominated him for the Make-A-Wish foundation, and created a list of the things he wanted to do, meeting Cam Newton was at the top of his list. On March 18, 2016 his wish came true, Newton spent three days with Noah. They went bowling, to a Charlotte Hornets basketball game, and he was invited to check out the locker room and the Bank of America Stadium.
“Whenever I’m down, I can think of my time with Cam, and how special of a moment that was for me,” said 11-year-old Noah in a YouTube video.
Newton also is laughing a new Nickelodeon program that will air on June 3rd. The program is call “All In with Cam Newton,” in this television show, Newton will help children fulfill their dreams. Each episode will showcase children and the different talents they have, Newton will take the next step in helping them show their skills to follow their dreams.