The Ed Block Courage Award Foundation, Inc. is dedicated to supporting the well-being of abused, neglected and at-risk children throughout our Courage House National Support Network for Kids. Through our partnership with the National Football League, the Foundation cultivates awareness at each Courage House and helps to raise funds for their programs and initiatives.
Our Vision is to break the cycle of abuse and neglect and to lay the foundation for generations of safe and nurturing families.
Join us on October 1st for a full day of family fun at our annual Mini Golf day at Perry Hall Mini Golf, brought to you by M&T Bank. Compete with local celebrities and sports figures for great prizes, whiling enjoying our BBQ cookout from Corner Stable, Andy Nelson’s and Walmart.
Register as an individual or foursome by filling out the registration below or mailing in the Registration Form to 9727 Greenside Drive, Suite 201, Cockeysville, MD. 21030. For questions or Sponsorship inquiries please call 410-821-6252 or email gro.kcolbdenull@nosnikcidb.
All proceeds go towards helping the abused, neglected and at-risk youth of the Courage House National Support Network for Kids.
On August 9th, the New England Patriots formally announced the dedication of the Key Program, Inc. as their official Ed Block Courage House. During the event, the team invited 40 children and personnel from the program to enjoy their open training camp practice with the New Orleans Saints on the field. At the conclusion of practice, players from both teams came over for autographs, along with a very special guest visit from Patriots owner, Robert Kraft, who made a surprise donation matching the Foundation’s $10,000 for he ceremony (seen HERE).
The guests were then invited inside for the official dedication ceremony in Gillette Stadium’s Club Level, MCed by Patriots Hall of Famer, Andre Tippet. The Foundation presented the team and Key Program, Inc. with honorary plagues, along with their own $10,000 check.
The Key Program, Inc. helps victims of child abuse and at-risk youth through their various facilities and programs across Massachusetts and Rhode Island. To learn more about the Key Program, Inc. head to their website HERE.