MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — Hundreds of NFL players wear custom football cleats when they compete each week, but the Minnesota Vikings’ Kyle Rudolph will be doing it for a special cause in a home game versus the Detroit Lions on Dec. 8.

3M Open and Kyle Rudolph have announced a partnership to design a pair of football cleats featuring logos of M Health Fairview, University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital and the 3M Open.

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The shoes were designed by a well-known shoe artist named Dan Gamache.

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“This partnership with the 3M Open is about so much more than just sports,” Rudolph told media. “It represents the power of partnership in working towards a cause greater than ourselves. I am incredibly thankful to the 3M Open for its generous donation to Kyle Rudolph’s End Zone and for its ongoing commitment to improve lives in our community.”

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In the past, Rudolph has served as an ambassador for the 3M Open. The organization donated more than $1.5 million to local charities, including $600,000 to the University of Minnesota Masonic Children’s Hospital, where “Kyle Rudolph’s End Zone”, a therapeutic patient care space, is located.