Former Commanders owner Dan Snyder donates Maryland estate to charity

Former Washington Commanders owner Daniel Snyder has decided to donate his multimillion-dollar mansion in Maryland to the American Cancer Society after it stalled in the market.

Snyder purchased the property in 2001 for over $8 million but has since acquired additional land around the property, which adds up to 15 acres with a 30,000-square-foot residence, per its property record. It overlooks the Potomac River and was previously owned by the estate of Jordanian King Hussein and Queen Noor.

Snyder’s wife, Tanya Snyder, is a breast cancer survivor following her diagnosis in 2008. She became an advocate of cancer awareness and spearheaded the NFL’s “Crucial Catch” campaign, in which the players were adorned in pink for a series of games. In 2013, the American Cancer Society awarded Tanya Snyder the “Read more…

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