Bradley Bozeman Helping Raise Money for Maryland Elementary School
Former Alabama football player and current Baltimore Ravens guard Bradley Bozeman is raising money to help Freedom Elementary School receive a brand new playground for its children.
According to the Carrol County Times, on Friday Bozeman was present at Stratosphere Social for a silent auction where he helped out in any way he could.
The school needs roughly between $60-70 thousand dollars just to break ground on the project, due to the fact that they aren't receiving any help from the school board of directors.
As of right now, the GoFundMe page has raised over $30,000, with an overall goal of $100,000.
Bozeman and his wife Nikki have made a point to help out in the local community whenever they can get the chance. The two have their own foundation called "The Bradley and Nikki Bozeman Foundation", where they speak out against childhood bullying and also help those who are living in impoverished areas.
In 2020 Bozeman was named a nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award, where his goal was to raise money for starving children.
Bozeman is entering year five as a member of the Baltimore Ravens, working his way from being a sixth-round draft pick, to being a successful starting NFL lineman.
Whether it is on the field, or off the field, Bozeman is constantly leading by example and being the best version of himself each and every day. Striving to make a difference in the lives of those who aren't as fortunate as the rest of us.
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