By: KDKA-TV News Staff
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – After donations collected by a charity were stolen by a “Grinch,” former Steelers star Jerome Bettis says his foundation is setting out to set things right.READ MORE: West Virginia Leaders Hopeful That COVID-19 Pandemic Peak Is Waning
Jerome Bettis says his Bus Stops Here Foundation adopted Family Resources as a charity this holiday season to give coats, hats, gloves and toys to victims of child abuse.
— Jerome Bettis (@JeromeBettis36) December 15, 2020READ MORE: Pittsburgh Man Who Survived COVID-19 Undergoes Transplant After Virus Resurfaces And Attacks Heart
But Bettis says someone broke into the facility this weekend and stole everything they’ve collected so far.
“Pittsburgh, we can’t let the grinch steal Christmas,” he tweeted, adding, “My foundation is determined to give these special kids the holiday they deserve.”MORE NEWS: Toddler Taken To Hospital With Gunshot Wound, Police Investigating
He’ll be giving away two more autographed Steelers jerseys in an effort to raise funds for the cause, and tweeted a link where people can donate.