The Cleveland Browns players and staff members and United Way of Greater Cleveland, plus an all-star lineup of community leaders and volunteers, built a new playground complete with an ADA-friendly transfer station with steps and handholds, slides, monkey bars and climbers.
On Tuesday, the Browns visited Bingham Early Learning Center for the 2000 Days Initiative, which encourages parents to become advocates for their children's development.
As part of the team’s participation in Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the Browns visited University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center patients who are battling breast cancer and other types of the disease in the Seidman Cancer Center on Tuesday. The team interacted with and presented gifts to the patients to show their support and brighten their spirits.
Cleveland Browns players visit Brecksville-Broadview Heights Middle School to recognize the school district's support of the Fuel Up to PLAY 60 youth health and wellness initiative in its schools.
Browns Make Surprise Visit To Muny Football League
Patients and staff at UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital got into the lip sync phenomena, singing and dancing to One Direction's "What Makes You Beautiful" as part of the new #ThisIsRainbow campaign.
On Tuesday September 9, 2014 the Cleveland Browns Foundation visited Walton School and surprised students with ice cream and new backpacks.
On August 15, 2014 the Cleveland Browns presented a check for $20,000 to the Cleveland Muny Football League as well as 200 tickets to a Browns preseason game. The funds will be used to refurbish helmets and equipment for more than 200 players.
The Cleveland Browns hosted a Heads Up Mom's Tackling Clinic. Moms from around the state were taught the proper way to tackle and treat other sports related issues, such as concussions and dehydration.
With support from the Cleveland Browns, the Achievement Centers for Children offered an Adapted Football League for children with disabilities.