The Baltimore Ravens will host its fourth-annual Touchdown for Teachers program, presented by M&T Bank, which recognizes local teachers for outstanding service to their schools and communities.
The Baltimore Ravens are leading a pitch competition at Light City for one Baltimore-based company to win $200,000 in advertising benefits.
The Baltimore Ravens joined forces with Under Armour to donate a combined $75,000 to bring back free bus rides for Baltimore public school students for the rest of this school year. Students were quitting beneficial programs because it was more difficult to get home.
Former Ravens wide receiver/returner Jacoby Jones came back to M&T Bank Stadium to surprise Baltimore's Coby R., 11, as he continues to battle aggressive brain cancer. The two have a long friendship that gives each other strength amidst hard times.
With over 760,00 individuals reporting food insecurity in Maryland, the Baltimore Ravens and Giant Food rally together each year to support the most needy communities and donate to the Maryland Food Bank (MFB).
The Ravens wide receiver has once again proven why he’s the Ravens' nominee for the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, as he continues to create a legacy off the field by helping those in need, including refugee, international and low-income families in Charlotte.
Angie Smith and Risalyn Williams, wife of Steelers running back DeAngelo Williams, have launched an online fundraiser competition. Smith is reaching out to help the Maryland Food Bank.
Cameron Sanders, 13, plays football for the Owings Mills Wolfpack, which is coached by his stepdad, Daronta Briggs. After four years on dialysis, Briggs was saved from kidney disease by a transplant.
The Baltimore Ravens have a long history of giving back to the community, and that includes the holiday season.
Aaron Rouselle Jr.’s father received the liver transplant he so badly needed, allowing him to be there for his son, who just turned 6 years old.