Tyrann Mathieu Aids Low-Income Youth in Houston, Phoenix and New Orleans

Tyrann Mathieu Aids Low-Income Youth in Houston, Phoenix and New Orleans

Houston Texans safety and New Orleans native Tyrann Mathieu has overcome more tragedies at 26 years old than many face in their entire lives. From his mother abandoning him when he was an infant to losing everything in Hurricane Katrina, Mathieu has seen it all. Although he’s found a way to rise above his circumstances to become a successful NFL player, he knows his reality lies in stark contrast to the fate of most people born to poverty…

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Baltimore Ravens Donate $100,000 to Help Low-Income Workers Obtain Construction Jobs

Baltimore Ravens Donate $100,000 to Help Low-Income Workers Obtain Construction Jobs

In an effort to reduce economic inequality in Maryland communities, the Baltimore Ravens announced on December 11 that the franchise and its players are contributing $100,000 to Job Opportunities Task Force (JOTF), an independent nonprofit organization that focuses on eliminating economic barriers and creating pathways for low-income workers to prosper. The donation will directly assist jobseekers in finding high-paying jobs in the construction industry through JOTF's Project JumpStart program…

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