NFL Charities provides more than $8 million in grants each year to a variety of national non-profit organizations. I am not sure about other sports.
Follow the money
While the NBA will not disclose the charities to which it donates player fines, the NFL, NHL and MLB each publicize the organizations that benefits from its players' fines:
National Football LeagueNational Hockey League
Player fines totaled some $1.1 million during the 2000 season, according to Arthur McAfee, staff counsel for the NFL Player's Association. The money was split equally among four organizations, the league's charities of choice for many years: the Lombardi Cancer Research Center, Brian Piccolo Cancer Fund, ALS Neuromuscular Research Foundation and the Player's Association Assistance Trust Fund.
Approximately $1.25 million has been collected this season, mostly from players salaries lost during league-levied suspensions. All money collected is donated to the NHL Players' Emergency Assistance Fund, which helps financially-strapped former players, league spokesman Frank Brown said.
Major League Baseball
Baseball funnels fine money either to a central fund, which is shared among the league's 30 teams, or in some cases it goes to the charity of the player's choice, according to Rich Levin, the league's spokesman. Baseball player fines and suspensions are considered minimal when compared to the other leagues.
-- Darren Rovell
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