Ravens Owner Steve Bisciotti Donates $1 Million To The Maryland Food Bank

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Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti has donated a ton of money to help people in need during the coronavirus pandemic.

According to Adam Schefter, Bisciotti and his wife have donated $1 million to the Maryland Food Bank to help people who need food during the crisis. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)

We need as much of this as we can get. Right now, people are struggling all across the country because of the pandemic.

They’re out of work, they’re losing money and lots of people are wondering how food will get on the table each and every day.

We need to step up and help each other, and that’s exactly what Bisciotti has done with this donation.

I never want to ever hear again how sports aren’t important or don’t matter. When America needed heroes, the world of football stepped up in a way we will never forget.

Coaches, players, owners and league executives in the NFL and their counterparts in college have all showed up and showed out to help people.


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Props to Bisciotti for being the latest member of the football world to help out. Every single penny is needed and appreciated during these tough times.