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Glazer Family Donates Another $100,000 to St. Pete 'Fighting Chance Fund' for COVID-19 Relief
A day after joining forces with the Lightning and Rays by donating $100,000 to a City of Tampa COVID-19 relief fund, the Glazer Family pledged another $100,000 to the City of St. Petersburg to further their relief efforts throughout the Bay Area.
Buccaneers Pledge $100,000 along with Rays, Lightning to City's New One Tampa: Relief Now, Rise Together Fund
Major sports teams in Tampa are among those who have banded together to help raise money for the new One Tampa Fund, announced by Mayor Jane Castor, that will help with rent and utilities to those who need it in the Tampa area.
The New Normal: How the Bucs are Helping Set the Example for Women in Football
Buccaneers Co-Owner and President of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation and Glazer Family Foundation Darcie Glazer Kassewitz and assistant defensive line coach Lori Locust spoke to 40 women looking to further their careers in football at the Careers in Football Forum at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indy.
Bucs Continue Holiday Tradition During 13th Annual Turkey Time with the O-line
The Buccaneers offensive line continues their holiday tradition of providing 1,000 underserved families with Thanksgiving meals. This year's event also includes a matching grant from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation Social Justice Fund.
Teammates Show Up for Team Godwin Foundation Launch
Wide receiver Chris Godwin and his girlfriend Mariah DelPercio launched their Team Godwin Foundation, which aims to make an impact for pets in need by providing financial assistance to local shelter and rescue groups, with many of Godwin's teammates in attendance.
Buccaneers, Vincent Jackson & UnitedHealthcare Team Up to Help Military Veteran in Honor of Salute to Service Week
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation, along with the Jackson in Action 83 Foundation and UnitedHealthcare teamed up with local community efforts to help bring the home of Marine Corps veteran Ed Wickliffe and his wife Molly up to code following storm damage.
Buccaneers Return Home, Host 7th Annual Treasure Chests 5K & Fun Run, Powered by Jabil
Fans will flood Raymond James Stadium for the first Buccaneers home game since September this afternoon, but not before many of them take to the pavement, running in the 7th Annual Treasure Chests 5K and Fun Run, powered by Jabil on Sunday morning.
Law & Order: Bucs Players Participate in Mock Trial with Hillsborough Public Schools through Social Justice Initiative
In partnership with Hillsborough Public Schools and Safe & Sound Hillsborough, nine Buccaneers players participated in a mock trial with middle schoolers to get a better understanding of the judicial system and learn about the increasing issue of gun violence in the Tampa Bay community.
Jameis Winston Unveils Second 'Dream Room' at Twin Lakes Elementary
The Buccaneers quarterback and his Jameis Winston Dream Forever Foundation unveiled the second 'Dream Room' for students at Twin Lakes Elementary, brought to life by generous donations to Winston's foundation, as well as a matching grant of $10,000 from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation, on Tuesday.
'A Night to Achieve Dreams' Personal for Bucs Jameis Winston
Quarterback Jameis Winston hosted his annual 'A Night to Achieve Dreams' event and with the help of teammates like Ali Marpet, Mike Evans and his head coach Bruce Arians, was able to raise over $300,000 for the Jameis Winston Dream Forever Foundation.
Mike Evans Family Foundation Donates $25,000 to Fund Scholarships to University of South Florida During Celebrity Golf Outing
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation Social Justice Fund issued a $10,000 matching grant to the Mike Evans Family Foundation on Friday following a $25,000 donation by Evans and his wife, Ashli, to help fund need-based scholarships for University of South Florida students.
Bucs Raise $100,000 for Pediatric Cancer Research During 7th Annual Cut for a Cure
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation hosted its 7th Annual Cut for a Cure with the National Pediatric Cancer Foundation and added $100,000 to the grand total of over $400,000 raised since the event's inception seven years ago.