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Ravens Present $25,000 to Sandtown Habitat for Humanity

Ravens players will join close to 50 volunteers this Tuesday (10/7) in presenting a refurbished Sandtown Habitat for Humanity home to a deserving family. Sandtown Habitat is a charitable partner of the Ravens All Community Team Foundation, and the team has pledged consistent financial and volunteer support. The charitable arm will present the nonprofit organization with a check for $25,000 at the dedication.

Ravens players, cheerleaders, alumni and the Lady Ravens Association have worked with volunteers on several houses since Sept. 9, leading up to this occasion. Prior to the dedication, the collective group will continue to renovate and refurbish homes in the Sandtown community.

On Tuesday, Ravens director of community relations Kenny Abrams will join FB Le'Ron McClain,TE Daniel Wilcox and others, including United Way of Central Maryland and M&T Bank representatives, to present one of the homes to Ms. Dynetta Spain and her daughter, Egypt.

The refurbishment of the home was made possible by the Ravens' charitable grant, Garrison Forest School and St. Thomas Church.

The project is part of the NFL/United Way Hometown Huddle, which is a collection of hands-on volunteer projects performed by all 32 NFL teams simultaneously on a single day each year.

WHO:Baltimore Ravens players, alumni, cheerleaders, staff and

Lady Ravens Association

WHAT: Sandtown Habitat for Humanity – Home Dedication

WHERE: 1226 N. Gilmor Street

Baltimore, MD

WHEN:Tuesday, Oct. 7

Volunteer Registration/Work Begins at 9:00 a.m.

Program Begins at 12:00 p.m.

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