This Is What I Believe: Benjamin Watson
Benjamin Watson and his family came to Baltimore knowing they wanted to make an impact locally and globally to become an advocate for those who don't have a voice. Watson stands for kindness, justice and righteousness.
Final Drive: Ravens Transform Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School
The Ravens hosted and fully funded the $200,000 investment project for their annual organization-wide volunteer day to establish new educational spaces at Baltimore City's Franklin Square Elementary/Middle School.
Ravens Spend Time With Fallen Soldiers' Families for Memorial Day
Head Coach John Harbaugh, Mark Andrews, Marlon Humphrey and other Ravens made wooden flags and commemorated fallen heroes with their families.
Ravens Honor Touchdowns for Teachers Winner
The Ravens worked with M&T Bank to honor grand prize winner, Shayla Proctor, from Deep Run Elementary School.
Ravens Host High School Leadership Institute
The Ravens welcomed sophomores and juniors to participate in the program in conjunction with T. Rowe Price to develop future leaders in our community.
Daelin Hayes Honors His Mother By Giving Back to Single Moms
Ravens players including OLB Daelin Hayes, and his mom, Lakeshia Neal, worked with the Women's Housing Coalition to serve a group of single mothers and their kids around Baltimore.
Final Drive: Ravens Come Together on Earth Day Project
Volunteers from the Ravens, M&T Bank and Constellation worked to pick up trash at Irvine Nature Center as part of the Clean Stream Initiative across the Mid-Atlantic region.
Chuck Clark Attends White House Easter Egg Roll
Ravens safety Chuck Clark and kids participated in the annual tradition on the front lawn of the White House.
Ravens, Socios Come Together to Support Local Firefighters
As part of a new partnership with Socios.com, the Ravens honored 38 fire stations in the Baltimore area, including visits from Chuck Clark, Daelin Hayes and Trystan Colon.
Ravens' Impact in the Community in 2021
Check out the work the Ravens helped put into the Baltimore community during the 2021 season.
John Harbaugh Empowers in LIFT Conference
About 125 female student athletes came to the Under Armour Performance Center for the seventh annual LIFT (Leading and Inspiring Females to Thrive) conference, along with Olympic wrestler Helen Maroulis.
John Harbaugh Reads to Military Children
John Harbaugh went to Aberdeen Proving Ground to read 'The World Needs More Purple People' to children as part of the Military Child Education Coalition's 'Tell Me a Story' event.
Poe's Winter Special
Have fun with Poe and Baltimore Ravens Cheerleaders Morgan and Melvin this winter season. And meet live ravens Conquer and Rise from the Maryland Zoo.
Bradley Bozeman Gives Away Super Bowl Tickets
Bradley and Nikki Bozeman went to Steuart Hill Academic Academy in Baltimore to talk about anti-bullying and give away Super Bowl tickets to Community School Coordinator Mark Byrd.
Hometown Hero: Major Mike Jenkins
Mike Jenkins joined the Maryland National Guard when he was 23, flew helicopters, and commanded over 250 troops in Iraq and Kuwait.
My Foundation: Anthony Levine Sr.
Ravens DB/LB Anthony Levine Sr. talks about the mission of the 4Every1 Foundation, which helps at-risk youth and their families build better futures.
My Foundation: Bradley Bozeman
Ravens center Bradley Bozeman and his wife, Nikki, started with an anti-bullying message then switched gears to food distribution when COVID-19 struck.
My Foundation: Ronnie Stanley
The Ronnie Stanley Foundation is building connections between dogs and humans in need.
Ravens Get Into Community for Holiday Helpers
Calais Campbell, Justin Tucker and more teammates gathered Monday at The Gilman School to treat students from Bridges Baltimore to gifts.
Devin Duvernay Visits MedStar Healthcare Workers
Ravens WR Devin Duvernay went to MedStar Union Memorial Hospital this week to brighten the day of their healthcare workers.
Justin Tucker, Ravens Give Back to Helping Up Mission
Numerous Ravens players showed up to hand out warm weather gear and play trivia with fans at the Helping Up Mission in Baltimore.
Ravens Hold Youth Football and Military Combine
Ravens DB Brandon Stephens, C Trystan Colon, DB Khalil Dorsey, Poe and other Ravens worked out with military kids in Reisterstown.
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.