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Bears in the Community
Bears players visit local children's hospital.
Jan 09, 2020
Bears players delivered teddy bears, blankets, hats and bobblehead dolls to kids and played games during their visit.
Bears rookies decorate for Christmas
Dec 24, 2019
The 2019 rookie class along with Bears Care, the Chicago Bears' charitable arm, and I Grow Chicago decorate the Family Resource House in Englewood for Christmas.
Miller, Santa Spice spread holiday cheer
Dec 23, 2019
Anthony Miller and Santa Spice Adams spread holiday cheer at the Bears Care Holiday Giving Event at Leo High School.
More From the Community
Up close – 2019 My Cause My Cleats
Dec 05, 2019
When the Bears return to Soldier Field for their game Thursday against the Dallas Cowboys, some of the players will be in special footwear. Take an exclusive look at the spikes that will be worn to support charitable organizations of each player's choice.
Social justice committee discusses 1936 uniforms
Sep 24, 2019
With the Bears set to wear their 1936 throwback uniforms Sunday, the five players who lead the team's social justice committee discuss the era in which the jerseys were first worn and how the current squad is proud to don them this year.
This Week in the Community: 9.20.19
Sep 20, 2019
The Bears organization continually participates in and works with special events, organizations and charities to help the community. Here are just some of the events players, coaches and staff took part in off the field during the week of September 15.
This Week in the Community: 9.13.19
Sep 13, 2019
The Bears organization continually participates in and works with special events, organizations and charities to help the community. Here are just some of the events players, coaches and staff took part in off the field during the week of September 8.
Community Day at Bears Training Camp
Jul 30, 2019
While Tuesday's practice in Bourbonnais was closed to the public, the organization held 'Community Day at Bears Training Camp' where the team welcomed over 700 special guests from more than 30 community outreach groups from the greater Chicagoland area to attend, watch practice and take part in photo and autograph opportunities.