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  • Play 60 - Read 20

    Posted Oct 16, 2014

    Tight End Martellus Bennett partnered with NFL veteran and author Tim Green to present a Play 60/Read 20 event at Elmwood Elementary School in Zion.

  • Hometown Huddle

    Posted Oct 15, 2014

    The 2014 Chicago Bears rookie class participated in the annual Bears/United Way "Hometown Huddle" at Kress Creek Farms Park in West Chicago

  • For the Love of Play

    Posted Oct 1, 2014

    T Jordan Mills visited Gregory Math & Science Academy on Tuesday, October 7 to celebrate the “For the Love of Play” campaign, which encourages kids and adults to be active for 60 minutes every day.

  • Williams, several teammates donate to the community

    Posted Sep 30, 2014

    Linebacker D.J. Williams visited By the Hand Club's Cabrini-Green location in Chicago to deliver a large donation of clothing that benefited 16 high school and college-aged students.

  • Bears Tackle Prostate Cancer

    Posted Sep 24, 2014

    The Bears continued a strong history of promoting cancer awareness this week by teaming up with CTCA, Urology Care Foundation to raise awareness about prostate cancer.

  • Bears school outreach

    Posted Sep 8, 2014

    The Bears School Outreach program kicked-off for the 2014 school year on September 9 when CB Kyle Fuller and DE Lamarr Houston visited Jordan Community School in Chicago.

  • Bears hold safety clinic for moms

    By Larry Mayer - Posted Sep 3, 2014

    The Bears conducted a free safety clinic for about 100 mothers of Chicago-area youth football players Tuesday night in the Walter Payton Center at Halas Hall.

  • Dick Butkus, Chicago Bears host community events

    Posted Aug 18, 2014

    The Dick Butkus Foundation and the Chicago Bears hosted a Play Clean event at the Bears' training facility, Halas Hall, on the evening of Friday, August 1.

  • Bears Share program brings fans to Soldier Field

    Posted Aug 17, 2014

    Thanks to donations from the Chicago Bears and STHs over 3,300 deserving individuals from more than 35 charitable organizations were able to attend Bears Family Fest & two preseason games.

  • Bears welcome USA Football at Soldier Field

    Posted Aug 16, 2014

    The Chicago Bears and USA Football welcomed nearly 1,000 youth football players and coaches from across the Chicago area on August 14 in celebration of the Bears USA Football Month Game.

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