Welcome to TPT Assist, a platform for contributing athletes to share the charitable causes they support and raise awareness about initiatives that aim to better our society.

TPT Assist is proud to team up with American Family Insurance, a champion of dreams, to shine a spotlight on athletes who go beyond their sport to support others and are turning their passions into purpose.

DIY

The scandals and corruption we’ve seen do not represent the essence of football, or the values of the players who love this game. It’s time that we rebuild that trust among the football community.

Houston

Whether it was watching the news or scrolling through social media, I saw parts of my hometown completely underwater. Places like Bear Creek Park, where I had so many battles with Arturo Alvarez and Bear Creek United as a kid,…

First Step

Welcome to First Step, a video series featuring athletes engaging the communities…

First Step

Welcome to First Step, a video series featuring athletes engaging the communities…

First Step

Welcome to First Step, a video series featuring athletes engaging the communities…

TPT Assist insired by American Family Insurance

Every dream needs a champion.

JJ Watt, Kevin Durant and Derek Jeter aren’t just all-stars. They’re champions of dreams. All dreams require hard work and support from those who believe in you. Follow as they surprise dreamers with a little extra support.

First Step

Welcome to First Step, a video series featuring athletes engaging the communities…

First Step

Welcome to First Step, a video series featuring athletes engaging the communities…

First Step

Welcome to First Step, a video series featuring athletes engaging the communities…

The 21st Annual Turn 2 Foundation Dinner

At Derek Jeter's 21st annual Turn 2 Foundation dinner, athletes spoke about life off the field, discussing fatherhood and whether having daughters has changed their opinion of what females are capable of, specifically in sports.

The Real Fighters

If anyone asks you where Shawn Thornton learned to fight, tell ’em my nanny taught me.

For My Father

I remember the voice of my dad echoing across the outfield, teaching me about baseball and life. In those messages were lessons I carry with me now. My dad was my hero.