Causes: Human Services
Mission: To improve, encourage and enable the healthy development of youth in the baltimore area and in other parts of the state of maryland through a focus on programs that address housing, hunger, athletics, and mentoring.
Programs: Grants and scholarships:grants are awarded to charitable organizations in maryland including its play 60 program which provides designated funds to encourage physical fitness and nutritional education among youth. The organization also funds league-wide programs to promote youth football, volunteerism, cancer awareness and military appreciation. Funds are provided annually to approved baltimore ravens' players and coaches foundations, many of which operate programs in the local baltimore community. Scholarships are awarded to baltimore-area high school seniors pursuing higher education at a four-year institution in the mid-atlantic region.
annual signature project:every year the organization funds a major signature project to promote education and impact the lives of residents in the baltimore community. During 2017, the foundation donated $165,400 to renovate mary ann winterling elementary school. Funds were used to renovate the school's cafeteria, gymnasium, entrance, hallways, and outdoor space. The project culminated in a "build day" where more than 100 staff members and players volunteered to paint, landscape, install new furniture, and distribute books to students.