Bucs rookies serve lunch to needy

- Those in need of support had some special guests serving them today.

Members of the Buccaneers rookie club, including Jameis Winston, Donovan Smith, Ali Marpet, and Kwon Alexander, joined together to serve lunch to those in need at Tampa's Trinity Cafe.

Along with spending time with members of the Bucs, they were also served a restaurant quality meal.

"Today its really special. They've got a Buc, a sports hero, who is sitting down to have lunch with them, building their confidence, lending a listening ear," offered Mandy Cloninger of Trinity Cafe.  "It's just a really special experience to have that."

The cafe's mission is to restore a sense of dignity to those who may need help.

The Bucs' visit coincided with Hunger Action Month, which brings greater attention to hunger struggles across the country.

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