Media Advisory - Ravens to Host Ninth Annual All Community Team Auction Party

The Baltimore Ravens will host the ninth annual All Community Team Auction Party this Monday, Nov. 2, on the North Club Level at M&T Bank Stadium. The event will begin at 6:00 p.m. and feature light fare along with silent and live auctions. Ravens players with foundations (see list below) will be on hand to meet with more than 500 guests and participate in the live auction at 8:15 p.m.

Title sponsor, M&T Bank, joins additional Baltimore corporations to form the All Community Team, which provides financial and volunteer support to many Ravens community service projects. Through a wide variety of activities and events, the ACT makes a positive impact in the Maryland area while strengthening ties between the Ravens, its partners and the community.

Proceeds from the ACT Auction Party benefit the Ravens' charitable arm, the Ravens All Community Team Foundation. The foundation is committed to improving, encouraging and enabling the healthy development of youth in the Baltimore area, as well as other parts of the state of Maryland. The foundation focuses on programs that help youth, and in some cases their families, with various needs, including housing, hunger, education, athletics and mentoring.

Recent foundation projects include the KaBOOM! playground build at Good Samaritan Hospital's Child Development Center and the annual Plan in Motion grant program, which provides close to $100,000 in grants to nonprofits that promote physical fitness and nutrition education among youth.

Player Foundations

John Beck- Friends for Football Foundation
Matt Birk- Matt Birk's HIKE Foundation
Mark Clayton- Mark Clayton Foundation
Ben Grubbs- Ben Grubbs Foundation
Todd Heap- Todd Heap Foundation
Matt Katula- Matt Katula Foundation
Ray Lewis- Ray Lewis Foundation
Derrick Mason- Derrick Mason Foundation
Willis McGahee- Willis McGahee Foundation
Ed Reed- Eye of the Hurricane Foundation
Samari Rolle- Rolle With Me Foundation
L.J. Smith- L.J. Smith Charitable Fund
Troy Smith- Troy Smith Foundation

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