By:KDKA-TV News Staff

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – On Tuesday, the Steelers were huddled for the holidays.

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Several players teamed up with Convoy Of Hope to make the winter season brighter for local families.

500 packages of winter supplies were delivered to a dozen community organizations, complete with winter clothes, toys, groceries, and health resource kits.

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Wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster said he’s glad, despite being injured and out of the lineup, he can be part of community events such as this one.

“I’m super excited, I think this Thursday I’m doing gingerbread houses with little kids in elementary [school], it’s just really nice,” Smith-Schuster said. “I’m not playing, but I can be out in the community more.”

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The players dropped off packages at Jeremiah’s Place in Larimer and will continue delivering packages on Wednesday.