For Tony Bergstrom, learning to support the "Loads of Love" foundation was as simple as participating in the events and seeing first hand the impact that the cause on children who needed some clean clothes.
"I think anytime you can really work with a charitable organization and see what they do, it starts to mean something to you," Bergstrom said. "Seeing what they do, it's something you don't necessarily think about off the bat but actually makes a big difference. It kind of resonated with me I guess."
Bergstrom said worrying about having clean clothes to wear when he was a kid wasn't a problem, but seeing in person how the issue can affect others in school made it an easy decision to support "Loads of Love" for My Cause My Cleats.
"This idea that there's kids out there who don't necessarily have access to laundry facilities, they don't get to clean their clothes. Every kid should be able to go into school feeling good about themselves," Bergstrom said. "So, it's something that's very needed but is under noticed, I think that's kind of why I liked it so much."