Marvin Lewis Community Fund Youth Football Camp

Local Initiatives

In 2017, $1.5 million was contributed to local not-for-profit organizations, including Freestore Foodbank, United Way, and Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center. Additionally our players, coaches, staff, Ben-Gal Cheerleaders and mascot, Who Dey, spent over 1,000 hours making community appearances.

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Taste of NFL

The Taste of the NFL program in partnership with the Freestore Foodbank raises more than $100,000 annually and provides approximately 400,000 meals in the area each year.

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Toys for Tots Toy Drive

The Bengals and the United States Marine Corps ReserveĀ are teaming up for the Toys for Tots toy drive. New, unwrapped toys and monetary donations will be collected at Paul Brown Stadium on Sunday prior to the Bengals 1 p.m. game against the New England Patriots.

Not coming to the game? You can still help by donating to the Cincinnati Toys for Tots Campaign.

United Way

The Bengals have been strong partners with United Way of Greater Cincinnati for many years.

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InsideOut Initiative

The Bengals have teamed up with the InsideOut Initiative in an effort to transform the current win-at-all-costs sports culture, where the value is often defined by the win-loss record, to a culture that defines and promotes sports as a human growth experience that focuses on the intentional development of the educational, social and emotional well-being of each student-athlete.

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