JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - When the Red Wolves score touchdowns this season, local non-profits win.
Families Incorporated held the drawing for its second-annual "Howl For Humanity" Tuesday night.
Each home game for A-State will be in honor of a local non-profit. For every TD the Red Wolves score, that organization gets $250.
That's six home games and six local groups that want Coach Blake Anderson to run up the score.
The good news for these organizations is each group is guaranteed $500. So even the the Red Wolves don't score, the non-profits do.
Here's a quick look at who's featured in each game:
The Beck Pride Center gets the home opener against Missouri State.
Marc's Place has Mizzou.
The Pregnancy Resource Center has the Louisiana Lafayette game.
Georgia State goes to Restoration House Ministries.
Crimestoppers wraps up the season on December 5 with Texas State.
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