Michael Thomas hosted the Home for the Holidays party with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Miami on Dec. 13 to support youth mentorship in South Florida. The event by the Miami Dolphins safety welcomed about 100 children and their mentors.

The party served as part of Michael Thomas's Big Plays for Brothers Big Sisters of Miami, a year-long campaign geared toward addressing the shortage of mentors for male children. To minimize the $1,800 cost needed to mentor a male child, supporters can pledge one dollar or more for every turnover caused by the Dolphins defense during the 2016 season.

“It was great spending time with these children and families,” Thomas said. “This is a special season of giving, and BBBS and I share a passion about giving back to the children in Miami and providing mentorship they need, deserve and seek on a daily basis.”

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