Alabama football star Courtney Upshaw establishes fund for tornado victims

University of Alabama linebacker and Eufaula native, Courtney Upshaw, has joined forces with other Eufaula, Ala., residents to establish “The 41 Fund,” to benefit victims of the recent tornado disaster that affected much of the state on Wednesday, April 27. The fund is named for Courtney’s jersey number 41. Here, he talks with fellow Eufaula native, Beasley Allen Managing Shareholder Tom Methvin, about the purpose of the 41 Fund and why he felt compelled to reach out to those affected by the storms. In addition to the fund, Upshaw will sign autographs at two local Walmarts this week, and encourages visitors to bring donations, including supplies such as bottled water, food and clothing for people who lost everything in the tornadoes.

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