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  • Bears School Outreach

    Posted Sep 5, 2015

    Each year, the Chicago Bears and Youth Guidance partner on the Bears School Outreach program and interact with students who are part of the B.A.M and W.O.W. programs.

  • Moms Football Safety Clinic

    Posted Sep 4, 2015

    The Bears conducted a free safety clinic for over 100 mothers of Chicago-area youth football players as part of the team's Back to Football Week festivities.

  • Bears in Bourbonnais

    Posted Aug 16, 2015

    Thousands of fans flock to Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais each summer to watch their favorite team in action during Chicago Bears RC Cola Training Camp.

  • Youth Football Jamboree

    Posted Aug 15, 2015

    The Chicago Bears hosted the second annual Youth Football Jamboree at the Walter Payton Center at Halas Hall on Saturday, August 15.

  • Cutler conducts youth football camp

    By Larry Mayer - Posted Jul 28, 2015

    Bears quarterback Jay Cutler recently returned to his college roots to host a youth football camp just outside Nashville to help raise funds for his foundation.

  • Bears present Collin Wehr Scholarship

    By Larry Mayer - Posted Jul 27, 2015

    Lake Park High School graduate Sarah Hamideh has been named the recipient of the 2015 Chicago Bears Collin Wehr Scholarship.

  • Fuel up to Play 60

    Posted Jul 27, 2015

    The Chicago Bears were thrilled to welcome over 200 students to the PNC Center at Halas Hall for the Fuel Up to Play 60 Students Ambassador Summit on Thursday, July 23.

  • Bears Host NFL PLAY 60 Character Camp

    Posted Jun 12, 2015

    LB Brandon Dunn and RB Senorise Perry helped teach football and character skills to approximately 300 Chicagoland youth at the 2015 NFL Play 60 Character Camp in Lake Forest.

  • Paws for a cause

    Posted Jun 10, 2015

    Over 50 Chicago Bears staff members and executives left their phones and computers behind, for the team's annual "Paws for a Cause" volunteer initiative.

  • Teen Tween Tuesdays with the Bears

    Posted May 11, 2015

    No football cleats were allowed when wide receiver Marquess Wilson and cornerback Demontre Hurst headed over to an indoor trampoline park in Gurnee.

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