Willie Snead, wide receiver for the Baltimore Ravens is doing his part to help his local community overcome the impact many are facing as a result of the Coronavirus pandemic.
Through a partnership with UnitedHealthCare, the YMCA of Central Maryland will be providing 40 pound boxes on non-perishable foods for 750 of the most needy families in Baltimore. Snead, who joined the Ravens for the 2019 season, has committed to a $15,000 donation. UnitedHealthCare will match the donation.
The families who will receive the donation come from Walter P. Carter Elementary/Middle School, the Academy for College and Career Exploration, Reginald F. Lewis High School and Patterson High School.
“I want to thank you all the first responders, all the doctors, all the medical staff around the world and around our country who are risking their lives everyday to make sure that people are recovering from this virus and that can go home to their families.”