The Cam Newton Foundation hosted 24 children on a holiday shopping spree at Dick’s Sporting Goods.
For the third year in a row, the Cam Newton Foundation hosted Christmas with Cam at the December 22 Panthers vs. New Orleans game. Over 30 patients and families from Carolinas HealthCare System’s Levine Children’s Hospital attended the game – VIP style. The special guests watched the game from a suite and had visits from the Top Cats, Sir Purr and Santa Claus! All of the patients received a personalized, autographed picture of Cam Newton, their very own personalized #1 Panthers jersey, and a pair of Beats by Dre headphones.
More than 600 “big” and “little” brothers and sisters received a big surprise from Cam Newton on Tuesday, December 10.
The Cam Newton Foundation hosted over 825 local kids and families at the second annual Cam’s Thanksgiving Jam on November 25, 2013. Cam Newton, along with members of his family and volunteers from Second Harvest Food Bank and The Fillmore, served a traditional Thanksgiving meal to the guests.
On November 19, 2013, the CNF held its School Pride Partner School announcement event - a kick off celebration with over 350 students and teachers from the 2013 – 2014 partner schools.
Inspiration was spread across Carolina HealthCare System’s Levine Children's Hospital on Tuesday, November 5th, 2013 as Cam Newton made his way from floor to floor in search of any and every young, smiling face.
The Cam Newton Foundation teamed up with the Andrew Young YMCA of Southwest Atlanta on August 2, 2013 to host a back-to-school camp called "Cam's Young 1s."
Cam Newton Foundation launches "Super Cam Club" fundraiser for 2013 Panthers Season
The CNF hosted 16 teams from North and South Carolina at the first-ever Charlotte-based 7 v 7 high school football tournament.
The Cam Newton Foundation was well represented at the prestigious IMG Academy National 7 v 7 Championship in Bradenton, Florida.
On Saturday, June 1, Cam Newton interacted with kids participating in Carolinas HealthCare System's "Heart of A Champion" event.
The difference between a successful person and others is not a lack of strength, not a lack of knowledge, but rather in a lack of will. Vince Lombardi
May 7, 2013—Over 720 students and administrators from 40 Charlotte-Mecklenburg middle schools attended today's first Cam Newton Foundation School Pride Day.
Cam was in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia, on March 15, 2013, for a meet and greet event to raise awareness about the work of the Cam Newton Foundation and raise money to support the foundation’s work in the city.
In recognition of Black History Month, the Cam Newton Foundation sponsored a group of students from Creekside High School in Fairburn, Georgia to view the film Red Tails.
The Cam Newton Foundation funded a two-day trip for students from Thomasboro Academy to visit Auburn University.
"If you’re representing the Bradley Mavericks... Make some nooiseee!!"
This shout out by Cam Newton was responded to by deafening screams from the students of Bradley Middle School on Friday afternoon as the excited group of 600 students cheered on their surprise special guest.
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