WASHINGTON — The most recognizable voices in D.C. sports are working to help the community during the COVID-19 outbreak.

14 local sports broadcasters created the initiative Voices of D.C. Sports: Helping to Feed the City.

Broadcasters affiliated with the Redskins, Capitals, Nationals, Wizards, and D.C. United are taking part in the program.

The initiative will raise money through public donations.

Fans can request video messages from the sports broadcasters using Cameo. After a donation of at least $25, the broadcaster of your choice will record a personalized message.

Fans can also donate by texting DCSPORTS to 44321.

The charities that will benefit from the initiative are: DC Central Kitchen, the Capital Area Food Bank, and Martha’s Table.

For Capitals radio play-by-play announcer John Walton, it’s all about helping those who need it most.

“We want to raise money to help the least among us in Washington,” says Walton in a video post on Twitter. “We are all in this together.”

Below is the list of D.C. sport broadcasters taking part in the D.C. Sports: Helping Feed the City initiative with their cameo links.

Washington Capitals: 

Joe Beninati, NBC Sports Washington Capitals play-by-play announcer 

Al Koken, NBC Sports Washington Capitals reporter and host 

Craig Laughlin, NBC Sports Washington Capitals analyst 

Alan May, NBC Sports Washington Capitals studio analyst 

John Walton, Capitals Radio play-by-play announcer 

Washington Nationals: 

Dave Jageler, Nationals Radio play-by-play announcer

FP Santangelo, MASN Nationals color analyst 

Charlie Slowes, Nationals Radio, play-by-play announcer

Washington Redskins: 

Larry Michael, Washington Redskins play-by-play announcer 

Washington Wizards: 

Caron Butler, NBC Sports Washington Wizards analyst 

Glenn Consor, NBC Sports Washington and Wizards Radio analyst  

Drew Gooden – NBC Sports Washington Wizards color analyst

Dave Johnson, Wizards Radio play-by-play broadcaster and D.C. United play-by-play announcer

Justin Kutcher, NBC Sports Washington Wizards play-by-play announcer

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