The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Social Justice Program – a player-led initiative launched in 2018 – is committed to breaking down racial and social barriers while effecting meaningful change in the community. Spearheaded by an elected board of players, the program addresses local systemic issues in the areas of Police Relations, Criminal Justice Reform, Racial Equality, Workforce Development and Youth Empowerment while supporting the larger, league-wide effort towards social justice.
Vision impairment affects 1 in 4 children creating a barrier to learning in school, and 1 in 5 children can't afford eye care. For over a decade, we have been committed to full-treatment vision correction for underserved children in Tampa Bay. More than 100,000 free eye screenings and over 20,000 free pairs of prescription glasses have been provided to children in need.
The team's far-reaching commitment to making Tampa Bay better today and for generations to come holds true through our player's ongoing service in schools across the Bay and with non-profit organizations on an annual basis.
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