The Cam Newton Foundation partnered with Academy Sports + Outdoors to make sure 60 kids had new Auburn gear for the 2014 BCS game. Two events were held – one in Auburn, Alabama and one in Montgomery, Alabama. Each child was provided a $100 Academy gift card to shop for Tigers gear of their choice. The CNF and Academy worked with Wrights Mill Elementary School and the Boys and Girls Club of Montgomery to select the participants. On behalf of the CNF, we want to thank Academy for their help in making these two shopping sprees happen!
For the fourth year in a row, the Cam Newton Foundation hosted Christmas with Cam at the December 21 Panthers vs. Browns 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 their very own personalized #1 Panthers jersey and a pair of Beats by Dre headphones.
On the afternoon of December 16, Santa Cam and his elves delivered Christmas cheer by surprising four different groups with holiday gifts. Cam, Panthers teammates Kelvin Benjamin and Joe Webb, along with other volunteers, handed out gifts throughout the afternoon in the Charlotte metro area.
Thanksgiving is a time to give back, reflect on your blessings, and enjoy the wonderful foods made by family and friends. The Cam Newton Foundation, along with Cam, his family and over 50 volunteers, helped bring a traditional Thanksgiving meal to more than 800 underserved children in the Charlotte metro area. The event took place at The Fillmore on November 25. Campus Crest was the presenting partner of the event, and the CNF also received generous contributions from Party Reflections and The Fillmore.
The Cam Newton Foundation, in partnership with Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools, is excited to announce this year’s SCHOOL PRIDE Video Contest Program. The concept of SCHOOL PRIDE supports the overall school mission and renews the commitment to education by enhancing and cultivating an environment for respectful and responsible students and administrators in school communities.
Saturday, July 12 marked the conclusion of the Cam Newton Foundation 7 v 7 Tournament Series. Twelve teams representing four different states battled it out at Nation Ford High School for the Championship Title, resulting with Benjamin E. Mays High School as the winner. There were four different regional tournaments that led to this Championship 7 v 7 Tournament.
Cam Newton Foundation and Carolinas Healthcare Foundation team up for inaugural Kids Rock! Fundraising Gala.
Join us for our FREE four week summer program for 2nd-5th graders who need help with reading, comprehension, writing or mathematics. Forms are available for download below.
For the second consecutive year, over 720 students and administrators from 40 Charlotte-Mecklenburg middle schools attended the Cam Newton Foundation School Pride Day.
On March 2, 2014, the Cam Newton Foundation hosted its 1st ever Elite All-Star Banquet in Atlanta, GA
The Cam Newton Foundation All-Star Elite Camp is designed to intensely evaluate high school football players that play a skills position (quarterback, receivers, cornerbacks, safeties) with an opportunity to be selected for the 2014 Cam Newton Foundation All-Star Team.
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