During each Baltimore Ravens home game throughout the 2015 regular season, the Honor Rows program saluted youth who provide outstanding service to our communities. Honorees were selected by a panel of youth service leaders, with the assistance of Baltimore Ravens, GOSV and M&T Bank staff, and received:
2015 Honor Rows Recipients:
Do you know a teacher who goes above and beyond? The Baltimore Ravens Touchdown for Teachers program, presented by M&T Bank, recognizes local teachers for outstanding service to their schools and communities. One out of five finalists will be selected by a panel of community members, the Ravens and M&T Bank to receive a $2,000 grant for their school, a school visit by a Ravens player, Poe and Cheerleaders and tickets to the Ravens Draft Party.
2015 Touchdown for Teachers Finalists:
Dietz & Watson and the Baltimore Ravens are joining forces to honor our active and veteran service men and women at every 2015 Ravens home game. If you have a friend or family member currently serving or retired submit their name, contact information, service number and a brief description about why you nominated them. Each week, one submission will be chosen as that game’s Hometown Hero and will win tickets to the game, pre-game sideline passes and the opportunity to personally deliver the game ball to the NFL referee before the game! Submit someone you want to honor today and help Dietz & Watson, the Ravens and Baltimore celebrate our true Hometown Heroes! Nominate Your Hometown Hero Today!
The Ravens High School Coach of the Week program honors a Baltimore-area high school football coach who makes a significant impact on his athletes. Weekly recipients receive the following:
2014 Ravens HS Coach of the Week Recipients:
|Week 1||Brad Wilson||Westminster High School|
|Week 2||Marc Mesaros||Eastern Tech High School|
|Week 3||Thomas Browne||Oakland Mills High School|
|Week 4||Greg Long||Havre de Grace High School|
|Week 5||Gene Liebel||North Harford High School|
|Week 6||Dom Damico||McDonogh School|
|Week 7||Keith Rawlings
||The John Carroll School|
|Week 8||Rob Harris||Broadneck High School|
|Week 9||Bruce Strunk||Howard High School|
|Week 10||Patrick Nixon||Merganthaler Vocational-Technical School|
|COY||Thomas Browne||Oakland Mills High School|
Finishing with a 9-2 record this season, Browne returned the Scorpions to success last experienced at Oakland Mills over a decade ago. Earning a trip to the state playoffs this year, the Scorpions completed their first winning season since 2003. A former standout wide receiver for an Oakland Mills team that won the 1A State Championship in 1998, Browne’s return to his alma mater was a job he had dreamed of for years.
The Ravens High School Coach of the Year Award has been a fixture in youth athletics since 1997. Previous recipients include: Augie Waibel of Poly (1997), Nick Arminio of Eastern Technical (1998), Pete Pompey of Edmondson-Westside (1999), Dominic Damico of McDonogh (2000), Steve Turnbaugh of Hereford (2001), Dave Eubank of Dundalk (2002), Gene Brown of South Carroll (2003), Ben Eaton of Dunbar (2004), Brad Wilson of Westminster (2005), Dante Jones of Edmondson-Westside (2006), Lawrence Smith of Dunbar (2007), Tony Shermeyer of Century (2008), Rick Conner of Linganore (2009), Damon Bomar of Forest Park (2010), Roger Wrenn of Poly (2011), and Reggie White of Milford Mill (2012).
The Ravens join the NFL on specific programs designed to promote volunteerism and give back to the community.
The Baltimore Ravens and the National Football League have teamed up to honor exceptional Maryland volunteers for their devotion to bettering local communities through the annual Community Quarterback Award.
Supported by NFL Charities and the Ravens Foundation, Inc., the award recognizes individuals who exemplify dedication, leadership and commitment to improving the communities in which they live. Volunteers ages 13 and over, who provide extraordinary services for nonprofit organizations, are eligible for the 2015 program. Charitable organizations are invited to nominate their remarkable volunteers for recognition, or individuals may nominate themselves.
The selected volunteers will be acknowledged on Nov. 22 at the Ravens-Rams game at M&T Bank Stadium. Honorees will be awarded game tickets for themselves and a guest, Ravens apparel and autographed memorabilia, a commemorative trophy and a financial grant benefitting their respective nonprofit organization.
Applications for the 2015 Community Quarterback Award can be completed online at BaltimoreRavens.com/CommunityQB from Oct. 7 – Nov. 4. All nominees will be acknowledged by the Ravens for their commitment to bettering Maryland communities.
2014 Community Quarterback Award Winners:
The Baltimore Ravens hosted their second-annual Ravens TEAM Challenge at M&T Bank Stadium on Oct. 15 as part of the 2014 NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle. Approximately 110 local youth tested their physical endurance and ability to work as a team in order to complete various activities.
Fourth and fifth grade students from Baltimore's Liberty Elementary School participated in challenges, such as kickball, dodgeball, ultimate football and a series of relays. Led by volunteers from Playworks Maryland, the Ravens TEAM Challenge integrated educational programming and PLAY 60 physical activities while focusing on three values: fitness, sportsmanship and academics.
Joining the children were volunteers from the United Way, M&T Bank, Playworks Maryland, Under Armour and the Baltimore Ravens. Alongside these volunteers were mascot Poe, Ravens Cheerleaders and players Marlon Brown, Elvis Dumervil, Matt Elam, Crockett Gillmore, Anthony Levine, Steve Smith Sr., Tyrod Taylor, Lardarius Webb and Brandon Williams.
The Baltimore Ravens have a long standing tradition of supporting the military and those who serve our country. This season, the Ravens and Northrop Grumman are proud to host our country’s service men & women at each home game through the Seats for Service program. Each week, the Ravens will honor a group including, but not limited to, representatives of the military, first responders, veterans and wounded warriors. The group will receive a pregame field visit and tickets to the game in five specially designed seats. A sixth seat within the row will remain ceremoniously unoccupied and represent the POW & MIA trademark to honor soldiers who are Prisoners of War or Missing in Action.
In addition to receiving tickets to Ravens home games, each week’s honorees will also receive five tickets to the Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman in Annapolis on December 28th. For more information on the Military Bowl, please visit www.militarybowl.org.
2015 Seats for Service Honorees:
Game 1 vs. New Orleans Saints: United States Marine Corps.
Game 2 vs. Washington Redskins: United States Coast Guard
Amerigroup and the Baltimore Ravens are teaming up to encourage our child and teen members in the Greater Baltimore area to stay healthy through the Purple Ticket to Health program. We want children and teens to see a doctor every year, even if they’re not sick. This type of visit is called a wellness checkup. Call to schedule your child’s or teen’s appointment today!
To be part of the Purple Ticket to Health program:
Certain restrictions may apply.
Learn more about Purple Ticket to Health.