Chicago Bears players and ownership commit more than $500,000 to social justice initiatives.
Approximately 50 families received holiday gifts and joined in on a community dinner at Leo High School with support from Bears Care.
Players work the kitchen and tables for Sam Acho’s celebrity waiter night, benefitting the Acho family-founded Living Hope Christian Ministries.
Players join staff and community members at I Grow Chicago to tour the facility and announce an $81,000 donation from the Chicago Bears and Bears Care.
The Bears 2018 rookie class help host a Mini Monsters clinic brought to you by Advocate Health Care for Special Olympics.
Bears offensive lineman Cody Whitehair and the Taft High School football team help pack donated food for needy families.
The Chicago Sports Alliance announced it will move forward in 2019 to lend the teams’ collective reach and resources in support of finding innovative solutions to decrease violence in the city.
Bears running back Benny Cunningham surprises an Olivet Nazarene University nursing alum with tickets to a Bears game.
Bears defensive back Kyle Fuller and linebackers Roquan Smith and Joel Iyiegbuniwe visit military veterans at Hope Manor in Chicago.
Bears defensive back Eddie Jackson surprises a Junior Bear Football team on the city’s West Side.
Danny Trevathan’s grandmother, who has been battling cancer, surprised him at practice Saturday.
Benny Cunningham, Pat O’Donnell and their teammates join Advocate Health Care in honoring breast cancers survivors and fighters at a Maine East High School Pep Rally for breast cancer awareness.
Akiem Hicks teams up with Volunteers of America to surprise Nicholson STEM Academy students with backpacks and Bears gear.
Bears running back Jordan Howard hosts “JHOW (Jordan Helping Others Win) back to school bash in Chicago.
In partnership with Magellan and Bear Necessities Pediatric Cancer Foundation, the Chicago Bears help grant the wish of 17-year-old Steven Roth.
Linebacker Sam Acho and former Bear Jason McKie volunteer at the "Save Da Planet" event at Southside Occupational Academy in Chicago.
The 2018 Bears rookie class visited patients at Shriners Hospitals for Children in Chicago on Thursday.
The Chicago Bears partnered with Tide and Tarik Cohen to take a load off this holiday. Happy Mother's Day to all the moms out there and thank you for all that you do!
Cameron Meredith surprises patients at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.
Veterans Jim Zwit and Randy Kusiak forged a lifetime friendship in the Vietnamese jungle with their shared love of the Bears. That bond recently earned them a trip to the Super Bowl.
Mitchell Trubisky, Akiem Hicks, Tarik Cohen, and NFL commissioner Roger Goodell surprise fans with tickets to the Super Bowl.
Benny Cunningham and Adam Shaheen take kids on a holiday shopping spree at Meijer.
Mitchell Trubisky, Jordan Howard, Tarik Cohen, Akiem Hicks and Zach Miller share their appreciation for the support from Bears fans in 2017.
Operating collectively as the Chicago Sports Alliance, The Chicago Bears, Blackhawks, Bulls, Cubs and White Sox are joining together to work on addressing the critical issue of violence in our city.
More than two dozen Bears players met with young cancer patients and handed out teddy bears.