Welcome to TigerImpact
It's been great for us. It's been awesome. And it's been great for our guys to be able to have opportunities. We've got a couple of great collectives out there that I think align with who we are as a program and being focused-driven. It's great to see our guys serve the community. It's great to see our guys giving back. And it's great to see them have an opportunity to make some money.
-Clemson Football Coach Dabo Swinney
For our family, we see NIL as an opportunity to teach 18- to 20-year-olds lifelong lessons about the importance of giving back to the community that they will carry with them long after they leave Clemson. And TigerImpact is doing just that.
As a player on the football team, our son Will has an extraordinary platform to use on behalf of people in need. Through TigerImpact, he's able to express his passion for giving back while building deep relationships with the people working at Levine Children's Hospital and those they serve.
The biggest reason I think it's important to give to Tiger Impact is that you're helping change the world. It sounds cliche but that's all I've known this to be. A group of very giving people, giving back to student-athletes in a way that allows them to impact others. That's what I've been able to do -- help my father through his kidney transplant and now take it a step further and help other families. You have to find great joy in knowing that your generous donations will help change someone else's life. I think it's a great vision and I'm really honored to be a part of it and I think anyone who supports it should feel honored, as well.
TigerImpact not only changes ClemsonLife, but gives us this opportunity of exposure and being able to reach more people. I have seen TigerImpact coming in and truly being the epitome of what the Clemson culture is. I'm talking about Clemson family and that support. It's truly the culture of Clemson that you can't replicate.
We have the opportunity to use our athlete platforms and use them in a positive way. I want to be working with the Boys and Girls Club of York County for one, they're in Rock Hill, which is where I'm from, so it's already near and dear to my heart, and two because I want to be able to extend myself into the community and help those in need.
I'm very passionate about special education and working with students with disabilities. This is because of my young sister who has Down's syndrome, and my heavy involvement with the ClemsonLife program. Throughout my life, I have always felt like it's so important to give back to the people and the places who have supported you the most.
The Clemson community has been so welcoming and supportive of me, and really has just made Clemson feel like home. Being able to have the opportunity to give back to the community really means a lot.
- TigerImpact works with KJ Henry to help those facing medical crisis
Much has been made about the questionable NIL activity taking place across the country, but what about the good examples that illustrate the positive impact? Tiger Impact, Clemson’s purpose-driven NIL collective, and Clemson senior defensive end K.J. Henry provide one such example. See how Tiger Impact created an opportunity for K.J. to help others facing […]
- Donations to TigerImpact now tax-deductible
- TigerImpact signs NIL deals with student-athlete leaders in every Clemson sport