The NFL, its players and teams are committed to improving their communities. We recognize our joint ability to effect positive, constructive and meaningful change in our country. We also recognize that such change requires committed, sustained, thoughtful and strategic engagement. Together with Players Coalition, the league and its clubs are supporting organizations across the country who are increasing access to opportunity for underserved communities, with a particular focus on:
- Education and Economic Advancement
- Police and Community Relations
- Criminal Justice Reform
In addition to the players’ and teams’ ongoing work, the league also created a committee on Social Justice, which includes owners Michael Bidwill, Arthur Blank, Jimmy Haslam, Shad Khan and Stephen Ross, and players Kelvin Beachum, Anquan Boldin, Josh McCown, Josh Norman and Aeneas Williams. And, together, the NFL Foundation and Players Coalition will fund millions of dollars in grants to organizations that focus on issues surrounding social justice nationwide.