You know you've got some serious kahuna's when you crash the Super Bowl party of your teams biggest rival. Thanks exactly what 15 year-old, Ronnie Andrews did last week when he showed up at the Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl Victory Parade completely decked out in San Francisco 49ers gear. Naturally, he became a HUGE hit on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. He drew so much attention that he caught the eye of Catherine Tate. Tate happens to be the president of a Niners booster club called "Ladies of the Empire." Moved by Ronnie's bravery, Tate decided to start a campaign to help raise $5,500 so he could make the trip to San Francisco and watch a game from the 50-yard line next year.
As Tate got to know Ronnie a little more, she found out that he is NOT ONLY the most hardcore 49ers fan in the world, but he's also homeless and lives in a shelter in Kirkland, Washington. Ronnie (AKA The Niner Waldo) made the 12 mile trip from Kirkland to Seattle by city bus. Once Ronnie's story got out, they blew past the $5,500 goal and HAVE DECIDED RAISE ENOUGH MONEY TO SEND HIM TO COLLEGE! Right now, there is over $30,000 raised in Ronnie's name but Tate is looking to get $50,00 so Ronnie can go to the college of his choice.
Checkout the video below to see him walking through the crowd, then go to Go Fund Me to make a donation. Donate as little as $5.00 and you will see your name on the right side of the screen. I HOPE A 49ERS PLAYER SEES THIS.