WHO: The Ed Block Courage Award Foundation, a 501-3C non-profit that’s mission is supporting the well-being of abused, neglected and at-risk children throughout our Courage House National Support Network for Kids. Through our partnership with the National Football League, the Foundation cultivates awareness at each Courage House and helps to raise funds for their programs and initiatives. Our Vision is to break the cycle of abuse and neglect and to lay the foundation for generations of safe and nurturing families.
WHEN: Saturday, October 27th, 2018: Two Rounds starting at 11am and 2pm
WHERE: Baltimore’s Famous Stoneleigh Lanes – 6703 York Rd, Baltimore, MD 21212
WHY: Event benefits the Ed Block Courage Award Foundation and its efforts to raise awareness and promote the prevention of child abuse in Baltimore and other NFL communities.
The Foundation will host their inaugural Family Duckpin Day at Baltimore’s Famous Stoneleigh Lanes, with two rounds of bowling competition for amazing prizes! Event will include special guest celebrities and family fun activities including face-painting and other games. Entry fees is $100 per foursome and sponsorship packages are available at various levels.
During each round, there will be delicious food and beer provided by local favorites. Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd and 3rd place finishes in each round, as well as a strike competition. Each participant will be provided a gift bag upon registration.
For More Information, Contact:
Brett Dickinson (Director of Operations)
Phone: 410-821-6252 Email: gro.kcolbdenull@nosnikcidb
The Ed Block Courage Awards Foundation has partnered with Hunter Patrick and the Hereford High School Sports Boosters to raise money for the Foundation. Hunter is raising money during his football season by kicking field goals and kickoffs. Here is how his points are broken down:
For more information and to pledge a donation, click here.
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.