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Baltimore Ravens make $200,000 donation to help with HVAC units in Baltimore City Schools

Posted at 5:27 PM, Dec 02, 2019
and last updated 2019-12-02 17:48:38-05

BALTIMORE — In Baltimore, there are dozens of schools that don't have working HVAC units.

The Baltimore Ravens announced a $200,000 donation Monday morning Southwest Baltimore. The money will be used to help provide adequate heating and cooling at Thomas Jefferson Elementary-Middle school and other Baltimore City Schools.

The contribution is part of the Ravens player-driven social justice program.

"The Ravens providing a sizable donation that will really help out individual schools and really in turn help out the kids you know...give the kids a safe, good environment to learn and really grow. It's a blessing just to be a part of it." said Ravens kicker Justin Tucker.

Last year, the Ravens players donated $200,000 to help upgrade HVAC units in Lakewood Elementary School in East Baltimore.