Cincinnati Bengals Community Service News
Bengals and United Way Raise over $150,000 to help families during the COVID-19 Pandemic
As we navigate through the covid-19 pandemic, the Bengals and the NFL are doing their part to help those in need. Since the NFL Draft-a-Thon in April, over $150,000 has been raised for the United Way of Greater Cincinnati, so they can help and provide assistance to those who need it the most.
Shawn Williams Earns The NFLPA's Community MVP award for Week 7
Bengals Donate $70,000 To Help Provide Mentorship and Resources to Student-Athletes
The Bengals donated $70,000 to Activities Beyond the Classroom to fund the Academic & Athletic Accountability Pathway (AAA Pathway) program for the 2020-2021 school year. Since 2018, the Bengals have donated a total of $130,000 to support the program, which provides mentorship and resources to student-athletes throughout CPS high schools.
2020 WHO DEY Cutouts Photo Gallery | Fan Favorites
Unable to host fans at their home opener Sunday against the L.A. Chargers, the Bengals ran a fan cutout program to get fans' pictures into seats at Paul Brown Stadium. The team views the program as a success as it raised over $34,000 for six of the Bengals' longstanding community partners and filled the designated endzone sections in the stadium.
Aaron Hancock of Wyoming High School Wins Paul Brown Coaching Award
Aaron Hancock, the head football coach at Wyoming High School who last season led the Cowboys to a Division IV state runner-up finish, was named as the 2019 season winner of the Paul Brown Excellence in Coaching Award. The award has been given annually by the Bengals since 2002. It honors outstanding high school football coaches in the region and includes a $7500 Bengals donation to Wyoming High School's athletic department.
Wyoming's Aaron Hancock Named Paul Brown Coaching Award Recipient
Aaron Hancock, the head football coach at Wyoming High School who last season led the Cowboys to a Division IV state final four appearance, was named today as the 2019 season winner of the Paul Brown Excellence in Coaching Award. The award has been given annually by the Bengals since 2002. It honors outstanding high school football coaches in the region and includes a $7,500 Bengals donation to Wyoming High School's athletic department.
Juneteenth Commemorative Flag Raising
The Bengals participated in events commemorating Juneteenth at Cincinnati City Hall on Friday, June 19. The Juneteenth flag, a symbolic representation of the end of slavery in the United States, was raised over Cincinnati City Hall. Juneteenth marks the day on June 19, 1865, that Union soldiers told enslaved African Americans in Galveston, Texas, that the Civil War had ended and they were free. The Emancipation Proclamation freed the slaves in the South in 1863 but it was not enforced in many places until after the end of the Civil War in 1865.
Bengals To Support United Way of Greater Cincinnati During Draft-A-Thon
The Bengals will support United Way of Greater Cincinnati as part of the NFL's Draft-A-Thon, a massive fundraising campaign aimed at raising much-needed funds for COVID-19 relief efforts. A portion of funds raised through the Draft-A-Thon will go directly to United Way of Greater Cincinnati.
Bengals Donate To Eight Foodbanks In Ohio, Indiana And Kentucky
The Bengals are donating $250,000 across eight foodbanks serving Central and Southern Ohio, Southeast Indiana and Kentucky. The donation will allow these foodbanks to provide over 1 million meals to people in more than 120 counties.
Bengals & NFL Donate $250,000 to Harrison High School for New Turf Field
The Bengals and the National Football League Foundation Grassroots Program teamed up to contribute $250,000 to Harrison High School to install a new synthetic turf field. The new game field, along with a practice field that is also being built, will allow for more football games and practices, as well as other sporting events and community usage.