Cleveland Browns Wide Receiver Corey Coleman and Bellefaire JCB’s Homeless and Missing Youth Program have teamed up to host a private Thanksgiving dinner for 80 children and teenagers from the Boys & Girls Club of Cleveland.
Bellefaire JCB’s Homeless and Missing Youth Program operates a weekly Drop-In Center at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Cleveland Broadway Site for homeless and runaway children and youth under age 18. Each week, Bellefaire staff provide clothing, hot meals, and emergency and hygiene kits to children, as well as support and help from Bellefaire’s counselors.
Corey Coleman is using this community effort to support local, underserved youth. Through this private dinner, Coleman hopes to spread holiday cheer, and provide nourishment in a traditional Thanksgiving setting, with a meal catered by Victory Chef Catering. Coleman joined the children and teens while mingling during dinner.
On Tuesday, August 22nd, the Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Foundation hosted its inaugural DRCF Back to School Bash at the Boys and Girls Club of Clifton. The bash, presented by Taco Bell, was a fun filled affair to promote education and build excitement for the new school year. The DRCF Back to School Bash provided school supplies, music and entertainment, games, a candy buffet, and surprise meet-and-greet with Dominique to over 300 school-aged children.
Our partners for the event included Taco Bell, United Healhcare, New York Giants, Boys and Girls Club of Clifton, Staples, Events by Musico, and Royal Ras Productions.
We are excited to announce that planning for the 2nd annual Beyond the Game Athlete Summit weekend, taking place in Atlanta, GA is underway. If you missed last year's recap, check it out here.
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On Tuesday, November 24, 2015, the Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Foundation (DRC Foundation) helped to brighten up the holiday season for a group of Harlem teens by hosting a private, chef-prepared, Thanksgiving dinner for the Polo Grounds Community Center Teen Program, an initiative driven by The Children’s Village.
At this private dinner, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie and the DRC Foundation were able to spread holiday cheer, and provide nourishment in a traditional Thanksgiving setting, with a Southern-American holiday meal catered by J. Blair Catering. The group enjoyed an elaborate menu consisting of citrus turkey, honey garlic chicken, fried chicken, yellow rice, baked macaroni and cheese, mixed vegetables, and more.
Dominique joined the teens in the seated dinner, and later spoke to the youth on the importance of staying positive through life obstacles. The teens also had the pleasure of challenging Dominique in a friendly game of basketball.
“I enjoy giving back and supporting youth that are facing challenges in their lives,” said New York Giants cornerback, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. “The DRC Foundation is my platform to empower youth to believe they can achieve whatever they put their minds to.”
It is the continued mission of the Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Foundation to support underprivileged youth with the resources and tools needed to excel in education and athletics, and develop strong life skills to become productive citizens in the community.
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We had such a great time hosting Courtcred.com's inaugural Run N' Shoot Classic's hospitality room on Saturday, November 22st. A special shout out and THANK YOU to our hospitality room sponsors, Chick-fil-A Lilburn and Cell Phone Power.
We are excited to announce that we will be handling all PR and Branding for the Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie Foundation (DRC Foundation), founded by New York Giants Cornerback, Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie. For more information on the DRC Foundation, please visit www.drcfoundation.org.