Reed and SEED: Former Raven Ed Reed to Give Away Hundreds of Turkeys at The SEED School

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Turkey Day Meals

The SEED School of Maryland has partnered with the Ed Reed Foundation to sponsor the Fifth Annual Ed Reed Turkey Day Celebration, an event that donates over 400 Thanksgiving meals to the students of SEED Maryland.

The Ed Reed Foundation and community volunteers will be at The SEED School of Maryland to unload, assemble, and hand out Thanksgiving meals for students to take home to their families for the Thanksgiving holiday.  Each family will receive a turkey, stuffing, vegetables, and pumpkin pie, compliments of the Ed Reed Foundation. 

Turkey Day Picture

Former Baltimore Raven Ed Reed maintains close ties with the children of Baltimore City. On November 22nd, fan favorite Reed will be inducted into the Baltimore Ravens Ring of Honor.  Not only is this his Foundation’s fifth year of donating Thanksgiving meals to The SEED School of Maryland’s student body, but he has also sponsored their football team, hosted Fitness Day, and invited students to his football camp.  He has also agreed to match donations up to $5,000 for the upcoming Giving Tuesday campaign benefitting The SEED School of Maryland. 

The SEED School of Maryland is a statewide, public, boarding school in Southwest Baltimore. It prepares underserved children in grades 6-12 with the necessary tools for success in college and beyond.  The SEED School of Maryland opened in 2008 and graduated its first class in May 2015.  One hundred percent of SEED’s alumni are attending colleges and universities this fall.

Those who are interested in learning more about the Ed Reed Foundation please visit its website.  To learn more about The SEED School of Maryland follow its FacebookTwitter, and Instagram accounts.

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