As part of the Verizon Wireless 'Pass it Forward' campaign, players surprised fans with Royal Farms gift cards, paid tolls, zoo passes & free lunches. They also visited MedStar hospital and the Ellicott City Fire Department.
Quarterback Joe Flacco, receiver Steve Smith Sr. and defensive tackle Brandon Williams helped launch the Ravens' rolling library by reading to kids at Abbottston Elementary.
Fans participated in a city-wide scavenger hunt by locating one of the six LED Ravens letters spread around Baltimore.
Ravens fans visited M&T Bank Stadium Tuesday morning to stencil the official Ravens logo on their cars.
The Ravens Foundation, Inc. has awarded youth football grants to 18 nonprofit programs in the state of Maryland.
Working with New Story charity, Ravens linebacker Elvis Dumervil is helping rebuild Haiti homes after a devastating earthquake.
As part of the Ravens' orientation program, rookies spent Monday at the Helping Up Mission, visiting with and serving lunch to the residents of the homeless shelter.
On Monday, Ravens RB Justin Forsett, cheerleaders and Poe stopped by Runnymede Elementary Schoo lto recognize Susan Routson, the grand prize winner of the 2016 M&T Bank Touchdown for Teachers award.
Ravens players and staff teamed up with the Parks & People Foundation to plant trees and develop areas surrounding M&T Bank Stadium.