Join us at Patapsco Arena on September 17th from 4pm-8pm for Maryland’s Top Crab Cake Challenge! The event will consist of over 100 exhibitors will be showing off their culinary skills! Be sure to grab some food while taking part in the silent auction where you can bid on sports memorabilia while supporting the Ed Block Courage Award Foundation! Tickets are just $25 online or $35 at the door! Make sure to enter promo code Ed Block to save 20% on tickets or exhibitor booths. Your purchase will also generate a 20% donation to the Ed Block Foundation! For more information on the event please visit www.CrabCakeTasting.com. We hope to see you there!
Lupton Sports Collectibles presents the Marquise Brown Autograph signing on Thursday September 5th from 7pm-8pm. The event will be at the Greene Turtle Sports Bar and Grille in Westminster. Tickets on sale now! While there, sit down for a bite to eat, as 20% of your bill will go towards helping the Ed Block Courage Award Foundation in our mission to help abused and neglected kid across the country.
Lupton’s Sports Collectibles presents the Jaylon Ferguson autograph signing, Tuesday, June 25th from 7p.m. – 8p.m. The event will be held at the Westminster Greene Turtle (830 Market street Westminster, MD 21157). Tickets are on sale now! Autograph tickets are $20 each (VIP tickets also available) and sponsorships will be available. 20% of your bill from that night will go to the Ed Block Courage Award Foundation with presentation of Funds For Friends coupon!
Thank you to everybody who attended and contributed to the success of the 41st Ed Block Courage Award Gala! We had over 940 people in attendance as well as players from 27 NFL teams represented at the Gala itself. The players all had a wonderful time interacting with each other and most importantly were wonderful with all of the kids!
During their stay in Baltimore, the courage award recipients and their families spent time with children at the Baltimore City Recreation and Parks Community Outreach as well as our Baltimore Ravens Courage House, St. Vincent’s Villa. There, the players were treated to breakfast, performances, and special hand made medallions by the children. The players and kids then had a blast as they talked, played, and signed autographs!
On February 15th, the Los Angles Rams held a “Play 60” event at A Place Called Home to formally announce the dedication of the facility as their official Courage House, becoming the 27th member of the National Courage House Support Network for Kids. A Place Called Home offers many services to the youth of South Central, Los Angles, including schooling and tutoring, behavioral counseling, music and arts program, college scholarship and job placement, among many other amenities.
The event included members of the Los Angles Rams community Relations department, team mascot Rampage, Athletic Trainer Reggie Scott and members of the local government, including the Mayor’s office. The Ed Block Courage Award Foundation’s Director of Operations, Brett Dickinson, was on hand to present the team and facility with commemorative plaques of the occasion. The Rams matched the Foundation’s $10,000 donation, to jump start their relationship, as they build their imprint on the Los Angles community.
During the event, the children were given the opportunity to join in special activities, to promote physical activity, including football drills and games, along with a bounce house donated by the team. Members from the Rams were also given a tour of the facilities to see first hand the impressive work done year round to help those in need.