Frostee Rucker, Charles Fisher, Pat Sims, Barbara Condon, John Thornton, Clint McDonald, Rey Maualuga and Michael Johnson helped launch Sims' new community program.
Bengals defensive tackle Pat Sims visited One Way Farm Children's Home in Fairfield, OH on Tuesday. He kicked off Pat Sims' Impact Players, a new program created to encourage kids to make an impact in school and in life through education and making a difference in the community.
Pat provided encouragement and support, while donating backpacks filled with school supplies to the 20 children of One Way Farm. He enjoyed a pizza party with the children and signed autographs, took pictures, and answered questions.
"There is a special connection between athletes and the kids," Sims said. "By creating Pat Sims' Impact Players, I want to show kids they can make the same type of impact I am making on the field and in their community and their lives."
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About One Way Farm
One Way Farm Children's Home provides residential care 365 days a year, 24 hours a day. Our agency provides an Animal Education Therapy Program, an Employment Training Program, Counseling Services and a Youth Program to further the healing of our children, all very unique programs. We have served approximately 8000 children and have been in business since 1976.