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SEATTLE -  Dozens of Seattle Seahawks fans were on a mission Tuesday to help those in need, hoping their game plan inspired others to create their own.

Nikki Gane is one of them - she started Dignity for Divas in  her living room.

"You can help," Gane said. "It's the smallest thing and everybody is appreciative.  I started this in my living room."

Dozens of Seahawks fans  huddled inside Renton's Gyros House, where the non-profit  was collecting hundreds of donations - coats, blankets and hygiene products - for the people who need them most.  The Divas then teamed with former Seahawk Joe Tafoya to load the donations and send them off to  downtown Seattle, where they personally delivered them to those in need.

"On a scale of 1 to 10, I would rate this night a 12," Tafoya said.

You can learn more about Dignity for Divas here.