Ravens' Steve Smith Sr. raffling off cleats to benefit House of Ruth Maryland

Posted at 3:04 PM, Dec 08, 2016

Baltimore Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith Sr. is raffling off his cleats to benefit House of Ruth Maryland. 

As a part of the NFL's My Cause, My Cleats campaign by the NFL, Smith will raffle off his purple and gold cleats with a purple ribbon,  worn during the Dec. 4 game against the Miami Dolphins.

The raffle is online, and tickets will be sold until noon on Dec. 16. Individual tickets for the drawing are $10, or three tickets for $20.

Smith Sr. is this year’s Baltimore Ravens nominee for the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year Award for his work with House of Ruth Maryland, as well as with his own foundation, the Steve Smith Family Foundation, to help continue the conversation about domestic violence.

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In 2014, the Baltimore Ravens entered a three year partnership with House of Ruth Maryland and helped launch the Man Up! initiative. The team will donate $600,000 over the course of the partnership and will participate in a variety of educational programs to raise awareness.

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