Cincinnati Bengals Community Service News
Second Wind: Bengals Honor Healthcare Heroes
Sam Hubbard's Season Of Trial Gets A Lift
Learn To Play With YMCA of Greater Cincinnati
Continuing to show how we are Better Together, the Bengals have teamed up again with Fifth Third Bank to power a series of Learn and Play initiatives being brought to life by YMCA of Greater Cincinnati to keep kids moving during out of school time. The Bengals strength & conditioning coaches and two players, Giovani Bernard & C.J. Uzomah, led over 10 locations of YMCA Afterschool and Cincinnati Recreation Commission youth in fun drills to strengthen spirit, mind and body. Bernard and Uzomah stuck around for a question and answer session after the workout with kids on the broadcast.
Service Member Salute: A Thanksgiving Surprise
During the month of November, the Bengals highlight the Salute to Service campaign, a year-round effort to Honor, Empower, and Connect our nation's service members, veterans, and their families. We appreciate and are grateful for the service and sacrifice service members make.
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.
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.