Dak, Zeke, Cowboys Join Salvation Army Effort


FRISCO, Texas – Dak Prescott is joining Ezekiel Elliott and the Cowboys organization with donations to The Salvation Army Red Kettle Campaign.

After Elliott lifted the Cowboys quarterback into a Red Kettle following a Thanksgiving Day touchdown, Prescott is now matching $21 donations to The Salvation Army through his Faith Fight Finish Foundation.

Last weekend, Elliott announced that he would match $21 donations after he dropped that total – a nod to his jersey number – into the same Red Kettle during his own Thanksgiving touchdown celebration.

The Cowboys have also committed to matching each gift for a combined total of $63,000 in matching gifts ($21,000 each from Dak, Zeke and the Cowboys). Additionally, a portion of all sales from the purchase of a commemorative t-shirt on www.dakprescott4.com will be donated to The Salvation Army.

Two years ago, Elliott got involved in The Salvation Army's initiative when his "Red Kettle Leap" during a December 2016 game quickly became a trending topic on social media and spurred an additional $250,000 in donations.

The Red Kettle Campaign is the most crucial fundraising season for The Salvation Army. Donations to the iconic 128-year-old campaign can be made to the thousands of Red Kettles outside storefronts, by visiting give.salvationarmyusa.org, or shopzeke21.com.