Browns Give Back
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Browns give to educational efforts with backpacks, visits with students
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Get 2 School
The Cleveland Browns Foundation, Ohio Department of Education and Proving Ground have joined forces to launch the Get 2 School initiative, dedicated to tackling chronic absenteeism.
Ensuring youth in Northeast Ohio receive the education and development they need as a foundation for independence and success.
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Browns, Maple Heights School District celebrate launch of Get 2 School Network
As part of Browns Give Back’s commitment to education, the Cleveland Browns Foundation and Maple Heights School District celebrated the recent launch of the Get 2 School, Stay in the Game! Network during a visit to Barack Obama Elementary School. While at the school, Browns players David Njoku and Demetrius Harris recognized select students and congratulated them for showing exemplary or significantly improved attendance.
Get 2 School initiative launched to tackle absenteeism
Student success starts with school attendance. Students who are absent from school miss important learning opportunities, which can be difficult, or even impossible to make up. The mission of the Get 2 School Network is to prioritize attendance by connecting its users to resources aimed at tackling chronic absenteeism. The Cleveland Browns Foundation, Ohio Department of Education and Proving Ground are deeply committed to this mission.
Speakers at the press event included Browns' owner Dee Haslam, former player Michael Lehan, Ohio's Superintendent of Public Institution Paolo DeMaria, Voice of the Browns Jim Donovan, and Executive Vice President of the Cleveland Browns Foundation Renee Harvey.
Ninth annual Adapted Football League All-Star game held at FirstEnergy Stadium
The Adapted Football League held it's 9th annual All-Star game at FirstEnergy Stadium. Joel Bitonio, Austin Corbett and others participated in the All-Star game as lead blockers and quarterbacks for the adapted football athletes.
Fuel Up To Play 60 10 year anniversary at FirstEnergy Stadium
The Fuel Up To Play 60 2019 student ambassador summit was held at FirstEnergy Stadium and hosted more than 240 ambassadors from across the country. They had the opportunity to play flag football with members of the Cleveland Browns to promote healthy eating and physical activity.
Greedy Williams and rookies attend Youth Football Camp at FirstEnergy Stadium
The 2019 rookie class attended and participated in a youth football camp held at FirstEnergy Stadium on June 12, 2019. Greedy Williams danced with the kids, Sione Takitaki lead tackling drills and other members of the rookie class coached flag football games and talked with the kids about their love for the game of football.
Cleveland Browns Foundation hosts 20th annual golf outing
The Cleveland Browns Foundation hosted its 20th annual golf outing at Westwood County Club on May 20, 2019 to raise money for education and youth football for kids in Northeast Ohio. Follow along with some of your favorite players as they try to perfect their swings and have fun on the golf course.
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Larry Ogunjobi supported students as they head back to school by donating backpacks to Cleveland Metropolitan School District students in need. He visited Franklin D. Roosevelt School to distribute backpacks, Browns goodies and a hold a Q and A. Also, the Get 2 School, Stay in the Game! Network visited Barack Obama Elementary School. While at the school, David Njoku and Demetrius Harris recognized select students to congratulate them for showing exemplary or significantly improved attendance, as well as met with a group of students who could benefit from better attendance to help motivate them to get to school.