Ray Lewis Family Foundation receives $11,000 from Dunkin' Donuts
BALTIMORE Last fall, Baltimore area Dunkin' Donuts stores introduced an insulated coffee mug featuring Baltimore Ravens linebacker, Ray Lewis "in motion" performing his famous touchdown dance. Fifty cents from each mug sold benefitted the Ray Lewis Family Foundation (RLFF), raising $11,000 to support a number of child-focused programs, including the Kids of Character program.
"On behalf of the Ray Lewis Family Foundation and the families that we touch, I would like to thank Dunkin' Donuts for their generous contribution to aid us in our mission to provide personal and economic assistance to disadvantaged youth and families in distress with a focus on building togetherness in the community," said Ray Lewis.
"Dunkin' Donuts strongly believes in supporting worthwhile programs in the communities we serve," said Colleen Krygiel, Field Marketing Manager of Dunkin' Donuts greater Baltimore area. "The Ray Lewis Family Foundation focuses on family strengthening, education development, self-esteem, health awareness and family unity, and Dunkin' Donuts is proud to support those endeavors."
For more information about the Ray Lewis Family Foundation, visit: www.rlff.org.