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Panthers Neighborhood Kitchen event photos
Sep 23, 2020
The Panthers and Blue Cross NC teamed up to deliver 300 meals at the Boys & Girls Club in Charlotte on Tuesday. Non-profit organization, Charlotte Black Owned, and local executive chef, Maiya Williams, joined Jonathan Stewart and Sir Purr to help deliver the hot meals.
PHOTOS: Academy Sports + Outdoors partners with Panthers for holiday pep rally at Levine Children's Hospital
Dec 19, 2019
Take a look at photos from when Academy Sports + Outdoors collaborated with the Panthers for a holiday pep rally at Levine Children's Hospital, donating an assortment of gifts for children that were distributed by Panthers players, Sir Purr and the TopCats cheerleaders.
Panthers host Joy to the Carolinas for local families
Dec 11, 2019
The Panthers partnered with Coca-Cola Consolidated and Convoy of Hope for "Joy to the Carolinas," a special holiday experience for deserving children and their families at Bank of America Stadium. The program provided toys, new shoes, haircuts, health services, food and more. Atrium Health, Harris Teeter, Second Harvest Food Bank and US Foods each assisted in the community effort.
Panthers pack book bags for children in holiday season
Dec 03, 2019
Panthers legends Steve Smith Sr. and Mike Rucker along with Sir Purr and volunteers from American Airlines packed book bags for children at Charlotte-Douglas International Airport on Tuesday as part of the American Airlines Snowball Express. Partnering with the USO of North Carolina, the bags will go to children of fallen military members.
Harris Teeter Reedy Creek Book Fair
Dec 02, 2019
The Carolina Panthers 3rd & Goal literacy program and Harris Teeter's Together in Education initiative teamed up recently to provide a scholastic book fair for students at Reedy Creek Elementary School. Students received vouchers courtesy of Harris Teeter that allowed them to select new books for their take-home libraries.
PHOTOS: Panthers team up with The Bail Project to reunite families for Thanksgiving
Nov 28, 2019
Ahead of Thanksgiving, the Carolina Panthers Player Impact Committee and the David Tepper Charitable Foundation teamed up with The Bail Project to reunite Charlotte families separated by bail. They also worked with Hope for Harvest to provide meals and necessities for the holidays.
Greg Olsen and family give out beanies at Levine Children's Hospital
Nov 21, 2019
Greg Olsen gave out beanies and smiles with his beanie giveaway at the Levine's Children's Hospital in Charlotte. The beanies will be available for purchase with a portion of proceeds going to Levine's Children's Hospital.
Dairy Alliance awards Gaston County Schools as part of Fuel Up to Play 60 Hometown Grant
Nov 19, 2019
The Carolina Panthers and The Dairy Alliance awarded $10,000 to Gaston County Schools as part of the NFL Fuel Up to Play 60 Hometown Grant. Panther players James Bradberry and Graham Gano along with mascot Sir Purr and Panthers cheerleaders spent time at Robinson Elementary on Tuesday.
Salute to Service: Panthers and Lowe's host ground-breaking ceremony for new outdoor military fitness space
Nov 15, 2019
On Friday, the Panthers and Lowe's hosted a ground-breaking ceremony for a new outdoor military fitness space, in partnership with Veterans Bridge Home and Mecklenburg County, in Veterans Park in Plaza Midwood in Charlotte.
Panthers Challenger Flag Football leagues celebrate with year-end jamboree
Oct 30, 2019
The Carolina Panthers' Challenger Flag Football League, which serves children and young adults with disabilities, celebrated its 15th season with an end-of-year jamboree event in the Carolina Panthers Atrium Health Dome. The Panthers thank this year's program partners: Mecklenburg County Park and Recreation, Greensboro Parks and Recreation, Durham Parks and Recreation, and the Richland County Recreation Commission.
Town of Indian Trail celebrates ribbon cutting for new athletic field
Oct 23, 2019
The town of Indian Trail, N.C., and the Carolina Panthers celebrated a ribbon cutting event for the town's new Chestnut Square Park athletic field, which was funded in part by a $250,000 NFL Grassroots matching grant from the Carolina Panthers, Local Initiatives Support Corporation and the NFL Foundation.
2019 Keep Pounding 5K
Jun 03, 2019
The Carolina Panthers teamed up with Atrium Health Foundation for the ninth annual Keep Pounding 5K on June 1, 2019. The event benefits the Keep Pounding Fund, which has raised over $3 million since inception to support patient research and support programs at Levine Cancer Institute and Levine Children's Hospital.
Sir Purr and TopCats pack book bags for children
Nov 27, 2018
View photos of Sir Purr and TopCats as they pack book bags alongside volunteers from American Airlines and the USO at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. The book bags are for the Snowball Express program and will go to children of fallen military members.