The South Hills Village was alive with black and gold and a group of happy kids. Pittsburgh Steelers linebacker Arthur Moats teamed up with the Boys and Girls Clubs of Western Pennsylvania and American Eagle Outfitters for a memorable night. Jim Barry, Executive Vice President of the LaRosa Boys & Girls Club, told RabbleVid the shopping spree was a unique opportunity the kids who age from 12 to 18. Moats said he wanted to give back during the holiday season. He provided 20 kids with $200 each to update their wardrobes. He was joined by teammates including Jordan Dangerfield, Bud Dupree, Jarvis Jones, Cashaud Lyons and Al-Hajj Shabazz.