Take a look back at some of the best moments from the 2018 10 Days of Giving.
Members of the Cleveland Browns organization took a tour of Edwins Restaurant & Leadership Institute in Cleveland. On the tour they learned about the rehabilitation for its employees and donated $75,000 to renovate housing and help with the addition of a bakery.
Drew Stanton hosted kids from the Cleveland area to a Passing Along the Joy shopping spree at Target for the holiday season. Drew was joined by teammates Baker Mayfield, Tyrod Taylor, David Njoku, Breshad Perriman and Earl Watford to spend the evening with kids and assist them on their shopping spree.
As part of Browns Give Back, the Browns hosted the 23rd Annual Deck the House Benefit Auction for the Providence House. With the help of Baker Mayfield, the event helped raise over $250,000. Terrence Mitchel was also awarded this year's Ed Block Courage Award for his ability to battle back from injury, while still giving back to his community.
The Cleveland Browns Foundation and Lorain City School District officially launched the “Titan Pride Uniform” program at Toni Morrison Elementary School on Tuesday. During the visit, the Browns presented a grant check to the district and distributed packages to students in support of the uniform program’s mission to enhance students’ school attendance.
As a part of Browns Give Back, Browns players visited a third grade class on Clark Elementary and rewarded them for their good school attendance and emphasized the importance of attending school as much as possible throughout the year for a thorough education.
As a part of Browns Give Back, Browns staff, alumni and players spent Tuesday afternoon at the Greater Cleveland Food Bank to help sort, prepare and package meals for those in need around the holiday season.
Leading into Veterans Day, the Browns supported the USO of Northern Ohio and military who serve our country by assembling a combination of nearly 600 care package and deployment bags to be distributed through the USO.
Jarvis Landry, Myles Garrett and other Browns Players visited UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospitals for a special Halloween Visit! Festive activities took place along with room visits by players to brighten the days of kids who may not be able to leave.
As an extension of the UNITY platform, Browns players were invited to join teenagers from local rec centers in addition to Safety Forces for round table discussions. The groups came together for the third time to have conversations with the Cleveland students.
The Browns visited Case Elementary school in Cleveland to deliver special teams packages; which included clothes, school supplies and a gift card to purchase shoes of their choice. Greg Joseph, Damion Ratley and Howard Wilson also spent the afternoon in the classroom with the kids and participated in a Halloween activity.
As part of the Make-A-Wish Foundation, the Browns hosted 19 year old Mason Bloom. Mason visited the Browns practice facility where he watched film with John Dorsey, addressed the team and met players and coaches.
Browns players, first responders and flag football players came together at the Cudell Recreation Center for a Junior Browns flag football showdown.
The Browns visited University Hospitals Seidman Cancer Center patients during its weekly First and Ten Tuesday visits. Browns players interacted with and presented gifts to the patients to show their support and brighten spirits.
Josh Cribbs visited Louisa May Alcott Elementary School to giveaway bikes to students with perfect or improved attendance within this school year. The Cleveland Browns partnered with Get 2 School You Can Make It to emphasize on the importance of attending school each and every day for higher chances of academic success.
The Browns hosted the 20th anniversary of Taste of the Browns to benefit the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. Guests had the opportunity to mix and mingle with Cleveland Browns celebrities as they sampled dishes from our area’s most exciting restaurants.
The Browns hosted a PLAY 60 youth football session with Grindstone Elementary school fourth grade students during their recess. Duke Johnson coached and interacted with students in flag football drills, while the team also provided the school with official NFL flag football equipment to use throughout the school year.