Ravens Spread Holiday Cheer
Lardarius Webb, Morgan Cox, Chris Canty, Jameel McClain and other Ravens served Thanksgiving dinners.
Hometown Hero: Mike Griffith
Founder & President of Gold in Fight Foundation Mike Griffith helps kids and families fighting childhood cancer in Maryland and beyond.
Final Drive: Ravens Answer the Caw to Action
Ravens players and staff members volunteered at various community-led projects around the Baltimore area Monday.
Hometown Hero: Volunteer Firefighter Richard Presberry
Richard Presberry was the first African-American firefighter in the Bel Air company and went on to have a decorated career with more than 35,000 calls.
Purple Ladies Come to Sip 'N Paint with Ravens
Breast cancer fighters and survivors came to M&T Bank Stadium for the 6th annual Sip 'N Paint event, this year featuring WR/RS Devin Duvernay and OL Patrick Mekari.
Ravens Play 60 With the Special Olympics Athletes
Watch tight ends Nick Boyle and Eric Tomlinson, linebacker Josh Bynes, and offensive lineman Trystan Colon have fun with the Special Olympics crew at Morgan State University.
Ravens Surprise PSL Owner Mark Goldberg
The Ravens surprised the 21-year PSL holder with a visit from Qadry Ismail, a Justin Tucker-signed helmet and customized jersey, presented by Ford.
Touchdown for Teachers Rewards Muhammad Benyameen
Teacher Muhammad Benyameen from Hampden Elementary/Middle School received this year's award and a $4,000 grant for his school from M&T Bank and the Ravens.
25 Years of Giving
See how the Ravens have engaged the community during their 25 years in Baltimore.
Ravens Who Make Us: Episode 3
In honor of Black History Month, running back J.K. Dobbins talks about being an inspiration to kids, and learning at a young age that hard work is the key to success.
Ravens Who Make Us: Episode 2
In honor of Black History Month, Tight Ends Coach Bobby Engram talks about being from the same hometown as Larry Doby, baseball's first Black player in the American League.
Ravens Who Make Us: Episode 1
In honor of Black History Month, General Counsel Brandon Etheridge and Director of Advertising and Branding Deandra Duggans talks about their career paths to the NFL and share their advice.
Hometown Hero: D.J. Chris Kopec
D.J. Kopec raised more than $1 million for charity by streaming dance parties from his basement during COVID-19.
Hometown Hero: Asma Inge-Hanif
For over 45 years, Asma has been a nurse taking care of those underserved and uninsured. Inge Benevolent Ministries provides health education, social and shelter services.
Community Quarterback Award Winners
The 2020 winners exhibit leadership and a commitment to bettering their communities.
Hometown Hero: Johns Hopkins Hospital's Joseph Wice
Joseph Wice has been an environmental care associate for five years at Johns Hopkins Hospital. During the COVID-19 pandemic, he has chipped in to help as much as possible.
Hometown Hero: Marine Cpl. Kevin Marburger
After retiring from the Marine Corps in 2012, Cpl. Marburger developed an alcohol addiction. He found treatment got sober, and has now started a charity in Maryland called the Veterans Addiction Foundation.
Hometown Hero: Val Jenkins
Val Jenkins is the founder of Hug Don't Shoot, a non-profit that is working to bring love to everybody in our community.
Justin Tucker Surprises 23-Year-Old Breast Cancer Patient
While huge Ravens fan Lindsey Cohen has been battling Stage 3 breast cancer, her aunt has walked local roads in elaborate costumes to bring awareness to self checks.
Hometown Hero: Army's Dwayne Jackson
Dwayne Jackson spent 13 years in the Army before moving into the fire department to continue serving others.
Ravens High School Leadership Institute
T. Rowe Price and the Baltimore Ravens teamed up to present the Baltimore Ravens Leadership Institute to Baltimore-area high school students.
Hometown Hero: U.S. Navy LCDR Diana An
A nurse with the Navy, she deployed to Afghanistan, Malaysia and Vietnam. Now she is fighting the biggest fight at home with COVID-19.
Ravens Unveil New Playground at Edgecombe Circle Elementary
The Ravens and KABOOM! partnered to provide a new playground for a community in need.
Mo Will Be With Us
The legacy of our biggest fan, Mo Gaba, will live on with Mo's Rows in the stands and "MO" painted in special gold letters in the BaltiMOre end zone.
Hometown Hero: Nick Doetsch
The Pasadena Boat Works owner and his business partner came up with the idea of Kenzie-Covers to make an N95 mask more fun for kids and medical personnel.