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Cincinnati Bengals charity

Joe Burrow pays for mental health expenses at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital for 20 families

Cincinnati’s franchise quarterback continues to make an impact outside of football

Vincent Rey starts REYspect Academy to mentor middle schoolers

There’s no offseason for Vincent Rey, especially when it comes to his charity work.

Bengals players active with youth football camps

While the Cincinnati Bengals players are practicing during voluntary and mandatory OTAs, they are also conducting football camps with youth from their communities.

Dunlap holding 4th annual football camp, June 6

Cincinnati Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap will hold his annual football camp at Fort Dorchester High School in North Charleston, where Dunlap is giving back to his community.

Dick Vitale Gala raised $2.382 million

Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still was joined by Lauren Hill's parents for the 10th annual Dick Vitale Gala. A tribute was given to Lauren Hill, as well as a research grant of $250,000.

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Devon and Leah Still to be honored

Whitworth announces donation in Lauren Hill's name

Lauren Hill was told that she had months to live. The NCAA moved up a date for her college basketball game so that she'd be healthy enough to play. Lead by Devon Still, the Bengals support Hill while capturing her life-long dream.

Bengals raised over $1.25 million on Still jerseys

The Cincinnati Bengals helped raise over $1.25 million by donating proceeds of Devon Still jerseys to Children's Hospital for research in pediatric cancer. The check will be presented on Nov. 6.

Bengals expanding facility for NFL PLAY 60

Now in its 41st year, the NFL-United Way partnership connects NFL PLAY 60 with United Way’s goal to get more young people healthy and active.

Revenue for Still jerseys going to research

The Cincinnati Bengals are deferring all revenue earned by Devon Still jerseys for treatment and research into pediatric cancer and Cincinnati Children's Hospital.

Help Devon Still raise money for pediatric cancer

It's no longer about football, nor simple comforts of his own life. It's about his daughter. And there's a way that you can help.

Cincinnati Bengals feeding the homeless

The Cincinnati Bengals and their players tend to do a lot more for our community than people realize. This is just another example.

Wallace and BJGE with impromptu community work

Both players did some work in the community on Friday by helping to feed poor families during this holiday season.

Bengals players giving back

Several Bengals players are spending their break between OTAs and training camp, giving back to their respective communities.

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Dre Kirkpatrick to hold 21 Kids Foundations event

Dre Kirkpatrick's 1st annual 21 Kids Football Camp will take place on July 20th at Gadsden City High Football Facilities. The camp is free to all 1st-12th graders.

Terence Newman buys a homeless man dinner

The veteran cornerback bought dinner for a homeless man looking for money.

Bengals Players Helping Their Own Communities

Cincinnati Bengals players, old and new, continue helping out their own communities

Marvin Lewis Hosts Football 101 Clinic For Charity

Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis hosted his annual Football 101 fundraiser at Paul Brown Stadium on Thursday evening.

Michael Johnson Reaching Out To Students

Michael Johnson visits a local school to reach out to students.

Bengals Players Show Random Act Of Kindness For Young Boy

Bengals Tight End Jermaine Gresham Gives Homeless Man $100

Bengals Tight End Jermaine Gresham Gives Homeless Man $100

The 2012 Jordan Shipley Football Camp Invites Your Kids

Jordan Shipley Hosting Football Camps For Underprivileged Kids (And Talks About His Knee)

Inaugural Carlos Dunlap Football Camp Has A High Turnout

Bengals defensive end Carlos Dunlap had a great turnout at his youth football camp.

Marvin Lewis And The Cincinnati Bengals Celebrate Success In The Classroom

Cincinnati Bengals Rookies Visit VA Hospital

Cincinnati Bengals Help Tornado Victims To Recover

Cincinnati Bengals Joining Relief Effort After Last Week's Storms

Geno Atkins Shows His Character

Bengals Morgan Trent Does Good Work In Mission To Haiti

Nate Livings Plays Financial Football With High Schoolers

Bengals Safety Chinedum Ndukwe Has Breakfast With Kids At Winton Hills Academy

Mayor Mark Mallory To Present City Proclamation To Chinedum Ndukwe

The Chad Ochocinco story you could easily miss today

Chad Ochocinco mends hearts as he meets his biggest fan, Ruben, at a Children Mending Hearts fundraising Gala.

Tuesday links and notes, talking community service

Introducing Iam's Cats versus Dogs Initiative