Bucs to recognize local heroes, community groups and women of Red fans at training camp
Friday August 6: Buccaneers Community Impact Day
On Friday August 6, the team will welcome hundreds of guests from local nonprofits to training camp for Buccaneers Community Impact Day. Groups from Special Olympics Florida, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Tampa Bay, Wheelchairs 4 Kids, Voices for Children of Tampa Bay, and Guardian ad Litem Foundation of Tampa Bay, as well as representatives from a wide variety of charities and groups Bay Area Civics, will enjoy watching their favorite players and coaches in practice.
At the end of the Buccaneers morning session, 200 youth from Voices For Children in Tampa Bay and the Guardian ad Litem Foundation in Tampa Bay will receive backpacks and school supplies courtesy of the Arians Family Foundation. The Foundation, established in 2013 by Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians and his wife, Christine, is dedicated to supporting and developing programs that prevent child abuse and neglect. Arians will greet children and guests at the end of the practice and offer encouragement as they prepare for the upcoming school year.
Additionally, dozens of Special Olympics Florida athletes will have the opportunity to take to the field and participate in fun football drills led by Buccaneers staff, carrying on a training camp tradition that dates back to over. of a decade. Special Olympics Florida provides year-round athletic, competitive and health training services to children and adults with developmental disabilities at no cost to athletes or their caregivers. The organization helps athletes achieve the physical fitness, self-esteem, socialization skills and life skills necessary to be productive, respected and productive members of their community.
Monday August 9: Women of Red Boot Camp, presented by AdventHealth
On Monday August 9, the Buccaneers will once again host a special day for Red Women, the team’s fan club that promotes camaraderie and community with women who love football. The Women of Red Boot Camp, presented by AdventHealth, will feature unique giveaways, exhibits, and photo opportunities throughout the Camp Fan Activation Zone at the AdventHealth Training Center. Tickets for that day’s session are $ 5, with proceeds going to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation.
The mission of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation is to uplift our community, inspire our youth, and foster social change through programs that enrich the lives of families in our area. Supporting gender equality is one of the pillars of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers Foundation, and it continues to lead the way through initiatives such as the Buccaneers Women’s Summit for Careers in Football, the Jr. Bucs Girls Flag Football League, the Buccaneers Girls in Football scholarship; and the Girls Flag Football Preseason Classic presented by AdventHealth. To learn more, visit Buccaneers.com/community.