In honor its 100th season, the NFL invited fans to partner with players to volunteer to improve lives and neighborhoods through its Huddle for 100 initiative. The NFL’s goal? To get people to contribute 100 million minutes of service over the course of the regular season.
On September 23, United Way organized events at nonprofits, businesses, and schools across Greater Baltimore. Volunteers worked alongside Ravens players – including Justin Tucker, Lamar Jackson, and so many others – on projects that included painting a goat enclosure, planting trees, improving parks and hiking trails, painting classrooms and so much more.
The Ravens Huddle for 100 was a tremendous success, racking up more than 3.35 MILLION minutes of service in ONE day—more than 3 percent of the entire NFL goal.
As any Raven will tell you, teamwork DOES make the dream work, and the Ravens Huddle for 100 is one of many team victories we look forward to celebrating throughout the season.
- 40 Baltimore Ravens
- The Ravens marching band and cheerleaders
- Almost 24,000 volunteers
- 52 nonprofits
- 39 schools and
- 26 corporate partners
Check out photos from the events!