NFL Charities

NFL Charities provides more than $8 million in grants each year to a variety of national nonprofit organizations. This funding supplements the extensive local community service work of the league's 32 teams and their players.
On December 7, 2006, the NFL helped us reach a milestone: our 4,000th Boys & Girls Club! The 4,000th Club is one of two Youth Education Town Clubs (YET) in Houston, built through a partnership between BGCA and the National Football League (NFL). The mission of the YET movement is to positively enhance educational opportunities for at-risk children. The NFL accomplishes this goal by providing funds and assistance to establish or supplement existing after-school facilities and services, including tutoring, mentoring, career training, computer education and access to sports programs.

NFL Charities is the cornerstone of the National Football League's commitment to community service. NFL Charities supports programs and initiatives that deliver education and youth services; designates funds to assist the foundations of current and former players working in local communities; and awards sports-related medical research grants that advance the body of knowledge of sports medicine for professional and recreational athletes. 

NFL Charities provides more than $8 million in grants each year to a variety of national nonprofit organizations. This funding supplements the extensive local community service work of the league's 32 teams and their players.

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Age Categroy 16-18
5% of Club members are less than 6 years of age.