WATCH: Panthers Turn Into Servers for Charity
- 27 Carolina Panthers helped safety Roman Harper raise money for his Hope 4*1 Foundation Monday night at Fahrenheit Restaurant.
- The players acted as celebrity servers during a four-course dinner for 250 guests who shelled out tips in the form of 'Hope Bucks.'
- Harper borrowed the idea from former Saints teammate Jonathan Vilma, who held similar events at Morton's Steakhouse in New Orleans.
- The second annual Hope for Tomorrow raised $59,000. The money will be used to support a variety of programs in Charlotte and surrounding area’s that will promote the advancement of our youth. Current programs include 'Reading with Roman,' an after-school program, a 7-on-7 camp and a cleat donation program.