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1122 Kenilworth Drive, Suite 502
Towson, MD 21204

 

mattstoverfoundation@ppf.org

The Matt Stover Foundation plans to continue to focus it's charitable work in the Baltimore community. The foundation will provide gifts to worthy causes and programs throughout all sectors of the community without prejudice. Programs that benefit underprivileged children are close to Matt's heart, but he has not dedicated the sole purpose of the foundation to serving only the youth. 

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IMPACT

Since being established in 2002, the Matt Stover Foundation has provided over $3,000,000 to community organizations throughout Baltimore.

Kennedy Krieger

"Former Baltimore Ravens kicker Matt Stover talks and laughs with guests during the cocktail hour as guests perused auction items at the third annual Hats & Horses Benefiting Kids fundraiser."

Players Philanthropy Fund (PPF)

The Stover Family Foundation was the Title Sponsor of PPF's Beltway Boards & Brews Celebrity Cornhole Tournament on October 30, 2017.

Frenemals

“I believe we have a platform to be used and shouldn’t be held selfishly so if I’m invited to asked to be part of something like this, I do everything to make that possible."

NFL Play 60

"Former Ravens kicker Matt Stover, who helped to hand out awards Wednesday, said that when it comes to health and wellness, the most important thing is to plan ahead."

Johns Hopkins Children’s Center

"Matt Stover stepped up with a $10,000 check from his charity, the Matt Stover Foundation, with assistance from NFL charities."

Villa Maria

Matt played basketball for the students vs staff at Villa Maria. The foundation donated $10k. The students won 62-58.

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The photo to the right shows Matt and two volunteer Towson state football players.  Place kicker Ron Halbruner and Wide Receiver Dyron Arnold.

Southwest Baltimore Charter School

Matt Stover, kicker for the Baltimore Ravens, has scored some serious points in the hearts and minds of SBCS students. After hearing about our struggle to quench the thirst of 160 children who go to school in a building with potentially lead-contaminated water, Matt Stover (in typical fashion) saved the day by doing 500 water bottles.

Casey Cares

"The families enjoyed hay rides, corn mazes and even a surprise visit by Baltimore Ravens’ Matt Stover! Casey Cares kids were able to talk to Matt and get a picture taken with him. What a thrill!  Before leaving, the kids wandered through the pumpkin patch to choose the perfect pumpkin for a Halloween jack-o-lantern."

OTHER ORGANIZATIONS IMPACTED

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