There is The NBA Kid and The Skateboard Kid and The Big Kid and they are part of Jermaine Gresham’s group he is wheeling through Dick’s Sporting Goods on a night the Marvin Lewis Community Fund has brought five Bengals on a magic carpet ride over the bridge from Paul Brown Stadium to bring Christmas morning a few weeks early.
Cincinnati Bengals players will be on Fountain Square on #GivingTuesday, Dec. 2, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., to accept gifts for Lighthouse Youth Services Happy Holidays gift drive, which provides gifts for more than 2,000 local children, teens and young adults in need. Stop by, drop off a donation and enjoy a game of corn hole or an #unselfie with Bengals players Vincent Rey, Clark Harris, Emmanuel Lamur, Marquis Flowers and Jayson DiManche.
Students, parents and staff from the Three Rivers Local School District joined Cincinnati Bengals executives and players to announce the receipt of a $200,000 grant that will help to build a new football field at the new Three Rivers School.
The Bengals and the Pro Football Hall of Fame are partnering to educate the youth of our country. The result of this partnership is a supplemental teacher activity guide designed to build an effective bridge between education and student interest.
Between direct Bengals corporate contributions, NFL Charities and other efforts in concert with our business partners, the Bengals generate more than $1 million each year for community groups.
Carlos Dunlap Foundation honored a group of breast cancer survivors and those currently undergoing treatment with a spa evening 09/30/2015