Damar Hamlin Selling Shirts Following Incident, Donating Proceeds To First-Responders & Hospital Workers Who Helped Him

The Damar Hamlin cardic arrest that did emotional harm for so many is proving to have many silver linings with how much good is coming from the situation.

In the wake of the nearly $10 million donated to Hamlin’s toy drive fundraiser after it was discovered by fans last Monday night, Hamlin is finding his own way to give back. The 26-year-old Bills safety, who is in good spirits off a breathing tube, able to interact with others, and even watch his team win in Week 18, announced merch for sale depicting the question he asked doctors after waking up at University of Cincinnati Medical Center.

All proceeds will go towards the hospital workers and first responders who helped him.

The Bills topped the Patriots this Sunday, and after two seemingly miraculous kickoff touchdown returns including one on the very first play for the team since Hamlin’s incident last Monday night, Damar was able to break the down in the locker room over Facetime from his hospital bed.