“She wanted to have this fun day with the kids,” Moore said. “These kids are in a tough environment. A lot of times they have to make adult decisions at a very young age. Who they’re hanging with. Whether to do this or do that. Things that adults usually deal with. ...It's always good to hear about stories like this to put life into perspective. Glad that Brandon Moore and many of the Jets players could attend this wonderful charity event.
“To have one day to have the freedom to just get cotton candy, popcorn, games, which normal kids get to do. If you can give them one day around Christmas time, I think that’s their lasting memory or present you can give them.”
Moore held the event in Newark, in part, because it reminded him of his hometown of Gary, Ind. — a tough city where he could make a difference.
Brandon Moore had a fun day planned yesterday for children in the Newark area and talked a little with the Star-Ledger about the event and why he and his wife held and planned it.