TAMPA, Fla. — There isn’t going to be a lot of tailgating for the Super Bowl this year, but a renowned charity is moving the pre-game fun online and maybe raising some money and awareness in the process.

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On Friday, February 5, the Tampa chapter of the Ronald McDonald House—a nonprofit dedicated to helping sick children and their families—will be hosting a “virtual tailgate” from noon until 1 p.m. Events will include a book reading by children’s author Marnie Schneider, virtual tours of the local East House facility, special guest speakers including former Bucs legend Mike Alstott, and more.

The event is free to join (please register), and will also be streamed live on their Facebook page, but if you have the means and inclination, feel free to make a donation. The nationwide organization has been around since 1974, when it was founded in Philadelphia, and helps save more than $900 in meal and housing costs for families in need.