San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl cheerleaders give back to Miami children, families

Super Baskets of Hope Miami is donating goody bags to pediatric patients at a local hospital

The San Francisco 49ers Gold Rush cheerleaders have made their way down to Florida ahead of Super Bowl LIV and are spreading the cheer to some families in the Sunshine State.

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Some of the Gold Rush squad members immersed themselves in the Miami community by giving back to children at a local hospital. The cheerleaders personally packed gift baskets and will hand-deliver them to the kids and their parents through the Baskets of Hope foundation fundraiser, “Super Baskets of Hope Miami.”

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“We got to pack with other volunteers, pack little goody bags,” Gold Rush cheer co-captain Danielle told FOX Business' Cheryl Casone. “We are actually heading to the children's hospital later today and we are so, so excited for it.”

San Francisco 49ers cheerleaders celebrate after winning an NFC Conference Championship game against the Green Bay Packers on Jan. 19, 2020, at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, California. (Kiyoshi Mio/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images)

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Aside from cheering on the 49ers, most of the members all have second jobs outside the NFL. Co-captain Lauren said she’s a teacher and Danielle is an administrative assistant.

The team practices once a week for about six hours, Lauren said, but sometimes their teammates will get together and practice during the week just for fun.

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