BENGALS and NFL FOUNDATION donate $200,000
Money directly benefits Deer Park School District
The Cincinnati Bengals and the NFL Foundation teamed up to contribute $200,000 to the Deer Park Community City Schools athletic department, topping off a fundraising effort that now has raised over $700,000.
The grant will help to install artificial stadium turf, new goal posts and asphalt in necessary areas at the Deer Park Junior/Senior High School field.
This will allow for additional use of the field for more football games and practices, additional sports, band competitions and renting the fields.
Katie Blackburn, Cincinnati Bengals Executive Vice President
Jeff Langdon, Deer Park Community City Schools Superintendent
Peggy Bosse, Deer Park Community City Schools Board President
Bill Cunningham, 700WLW Radio Host and Co-Chair of Fundraising Efforts
Deer Park Students, Student-Athletes, Coaches, and Cheerleaders
Monday, May 16 at 10 AM
Deer Park Junior/Senior High School Stadium
8351 Plainfield Rd, Cincinnati, OH 45236
Rain Plan: Gym
The grant is the latest in an ongoing program in which the Bengals and the NFL have coordinated to distribute $1.5 million to local schools for new football fields. Other schools include Clinton-Massie High School, Covington Catholic High School, Lockland High School, Oak Hills High School, Taylor High School, Withrow University High School and Midway Elementary School.
Additionally, over the past three years, the Bengals and the NFL have worked together to distribute grants of more than $286,000 to numerous schools and other institutions, including the American Heart Association, Boys & Girls Clubs, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center and the Salvation Army.
Deer Park Schools