Operation Ramp It Up provides mobility to military veterans and their families by installing aluminum wheelchair ramps at their place of residence, when other traditional resources have been exhausted. Founder and CEO Greg Schneider and his team have installed over 100 ramps in 34 different states. One of their goals is to install a ramp in every single state as they continue to help veterans across the country.
The NFL helps address the most urgent and emerging needs of our service members, veterans, families, and caregivers through a grant referral pipeline that leverages the Bob Woodruff Foundation's respected role as a thought leader and judicious grant maker in the military space.
Through the lens of football, the NFL and the USO strive to keep our service members connected to the things they hold dear: family, home, and country. Through NFL players and coaches traveling overseas on USO tours and the delivery of flag football equipment and USO2GO kits, we work to ensure our service men and women are supported around the world.
During every home game in the 2021 season the Bengals have partnered with Ohio CAT selecting a Hometown Hero. These individuals are honored and thanked for their service bettering our community. Here are the 2021 Hometown Heroes!
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