Schofield Family Foundation Represents Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana in My Cause My Cleats

Week 13 of the National Football League (NFL) is the one time a season where players reveal their passion beyond the game and wear their heart on their feet through custom designed cleats in support of an organization important to them.

We’re honored that this year, Michael Schofield of the Chicago Bears chose to represent Ronald McDonald House Charities® of Chicagoland & Northwest Indiana as part of his support for the Schofield Family Foundation.

Founded by Michael Schofield and Kendall Coyne, Olympic ice hockey player, the Schofield Family Foundation is dedicated to providing funding, support, and awareness to improve the lives of others in their communities.

Schofield’s cleats, decked out in rainbow colors and complete with heart handprints and a heartbeat symbol, were designed by Everly and Amara, whose families previously stayed at Ronald McDonald House while they received critical medical care, both for heart conditions. Everly and Amara had the opportunity to join Schofield on the sidelines as honorary captains during the coin toss of the Chicago Bears’ Week 13 game.

For many years, the Foundation has been a supporter of RMHC-CNI, providing resources that enable more families to get better together. We’re grateful for Michael and Kendall’s support in making an impact on the lives of so many children and families in need.

Learn more about the Schofield Family Foundation on their website.