Ravens announce 2021 winner of Touchdown for Teachers Program

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The Baltimore Ravens are known for their great play on the field, but also great work off of it. They value helping the city of Baltimore and making a positive impact in their community, which they do a phenominal job of.

In one of their community impact projects, the Ravens again teamed up with M&T Bank for their Touchdown for Teachers Program, and announced that Muhammad Benyameen of Hampden Elementary/Middle School was their 2021 winner.

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The Touchdown for Teachers Program recognizes local teachers for their outstanding work both inside and outside of the classroom. Each year, three teachers are nominated for the program, and one winner receives a $4,000 dollar grant for their school.

There are plenty of great things that the Ravens do for the Baltimore community, with the Touchdown for Teachers Program being one of them. The full press release on the 2021 winner and nominees can be viewed here.