Morstead urges Saints fans to donate blood on Friday for girl with leukemia

Photo courtesy the Adams Family-- Thirteen-year-old Madison Show caption
Photo courtesy the Adams Family-- Thirteen-year-old Madison "Madi" Adams is battling acute lymphoblastic leukemia (ALL) and needed money quick to afford a bone marrow transplant, because time was not on her side, New Orleans Saints punter and kickoff specialist Thomas Morstead stepped and has been wearing a "Team Madi, Fight Like A Girl" t-shirt seen here when Morstead visited Madison in hospital room on September 17, 2013

Saints punter Thomas Morstead plans to donate blood Friday to a local girl who’s been battling leukemia since the summer, but his alone won’t be enough. So, the one-time Pro Bowler is urging Saints fans to head to Betsy’s Pancake House at 2542 Canal St. in Mid-City New Orleans between 10:30 a.m. and 2:30 p.m. Friday to give blood of any type to The Blood Center’s Bloodmobile, all of which will benefit 13-year-old Madison “Madi” Adams of Covington, whom Morstead befriended last year.