Uber partnered with the Steve Smith Family Foundation to support domestic violence survivors. Uber is donating $5,000 in rides for families at House of Ruth Maryland to make transportation more convenient and affordable.
A teenage girl suffering from a rare disorder had a special date to her prom in Gaston County this weekend, former Carolina Panther receiver Steve Smith Sr.
Eighteen-year-old Aubrey Bridges has autism and a rare disorder called “vein of Galen Malformation.” Communication is a struggle for Aubrey but she saw Steve Smith dance on video once and thought he’d be a fun date.
Best prom ever.
Steve Smith Sr. was favoring his right leg when I saw him in South End on Wednesday afternoon, as he stepped away from his burnt-orange Bentley and climbed a set of steps.
In 2016, the Steve Smith Family Foundation (S2F2) will celebrate its 3rd birthday! You know the old saying “time flies when you’re having fun”? That’s certainly been our experience! With three Strike Out Domestic Bowing Events and two Lace Up Son Family 5Ks under our belt (with a third right around the corner), we’ve accomplished a lot since the Foundation’s inception – in large part to our partners, sponsors and the communities we serve.
Families took to the bowling alley hoping not only to score some strikes but also to help “strike out domestic violence”.
United Way of Central Carolinas presented NFL receiver Steve Smith with its “Leading the Way” award at a fundraising event in Davidson last night. Organized by United Way’s Mooresville-Lake Norman office, the event had more than 100 attendees and raised just over $25,000 for United Way through sponsorships and donations.
Speechless. For anyone who has interacted with Steve Smith Sr., they know he is not one to be at a loss for words. But speechless is exactly what he was when told he would be nominated as the Ravens’ representative for the NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year Award
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. could have understandably bailed on this year’s holiday charity event in Baltimore. After all, he’s not far removed from season-ending Achilles surgery and is getting around with his right leg propped up on a cart. But Smith didn’t miss giving back to the community where he said he still works (yes, even though he could retire).
Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. hosted the team’s 11th Holiday Helpers event at the Target on Reisterstown Road in Owings Mills with about a dozen teammates Monday evening, a cheerful event for the children participating and the host, who suffered a season-ending Achilles tendon injury on Nov. 1.
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