RAVENS IN OUR COMMUNITY
Baltimore Ravens players will be in our community on Tuesday (11/25) to extend a helping hand in Maryland's fight against hunger. There are 470,000 people in the state who are food insecure, meaning they are unsure of where their next meal will originate. Each year, the Ravens organization and its players commit to making a difference by feeding Maryland families.
- RavensCB Lardarius Webb will host his fifth-annual Turkey Drive, and in partnership with the United Way, distribute Thanksgiving turkeys and meals to local children and their families at the Webster Kendrick Boys & Girls Club.
- The eighth-annual holiday dinner at the Helping Up Mission men's shelter in downtown Baltimore will be led by former Raven LB Bart Scott.Turkey, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, mixed vegetables, rolls and dessert will be a special meal for 350 men who live and visit the shelter. The Mission is a residential facility where Scott, joined by former Ravens G Jeff Blackshear, DE Michael McCrary, K Matt Stover and S Bennie Thompson, will serve dinner to the guests.
- Ravens WR Torrey Smith will visit the POWER House Community Center of Living Classrooms and provide a Thanksgiving meal to 70 children and their families. The children will also have a photo-booth opportunity with Smith and participate in fun activities like bingo and Thanksgiving projects.
Please note that additional events will be held the week of Thanksgiving. All families have pre-registered for the events listed below.
*Lardarius Webb *
Webster Kendrick Boys & Girls Club
4130 Callaway Avenue
Baltimore, MD 21215
POWER House Community Center
802 S. Caroline Street
Baltimore, MD 21231
Helping Up Mission
1029 E Baltimore Street
Baltimore, MD 21202