The New York Giants are dedicated to ending domestic violence.

The Giants teamed up with My Sister’s Place, a domestic violence prevention non-profit, for a community project to support domestic violence survivors. On Wednesday, over 1,000 members of the Giants organization, including coaches, players and other staff, compiled care packages for children affected by domestic violence, according to Newsday. The packages included a mix of recreational and necessary items including hygiene products, socks, water bottles and sweatbands. The players broke out their crayons to color pages displaying the message “you are special.” They were autographed and included in the packages.

My Sister’s Place began collaborating with the team about 22 years ago, according to MSP community education and engagement coordinator Kymberly McNair believes the packages show how a simple task can make the most impact.

“People always ask what I can do to help the people who go to My Sister’s Place, because people come to us and sometimes they come to us with nothing,” McNair said last year. “I don’t think people realize that putting a tube of toothpaste and a toothbrush in a bag and coloring a little picture…I don’t think they realize how much that means.”

Ending domestic violence is a priority for the players.

“This is near and dear to my heart,” cornerback William Gay said last June. “My mom lost her life to domestic violence. My message was let’s do this together, the Giants way. To see the whole team and the whole organization, from the front office, everybody pitching in, it was fun. It’s going to put smiles on kids’ faces when they see the gifts came from the Giants.”

“Whatever you can do to serve people and serve the community is your purpose,” tight-end Rhett Ellison said in 2018. “A lot of people look up to the Giants. If we lead an example like this, then the sky is the limit for who’s going to follow us.”