Education and technology go hand-in-hand and the gap between our students with opportunity and those without is only growing through distance learning,” said Campbell, whose extensive community work through the CRC Foundation earned him the Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year award last season.
“With the help of Cohen & Dwin, the CRC Foundation is pleased to help provide students from Baltimore City Schools with laptops, another tool to ensure a brighter future for the next generation. To all of the teachers who put in overtime, parents who learned to homeschool and everyone who goes above and beyond to make sure every young scholar has the tools to succeed, thank you.”
A $10,000 donation from the CRC Foundation was matched by Cohen & Dwin, which has proudly served the Baltimore community for almost five decades. The firm has previously been a major contributor to causes such as Echo Resource Development, the Baltimore County African-American Cultural Festival, the Soul Stroll Walk for Breast Cancer and many more community initiatives.
“We at Cohen & Dwin are very excited to partner up with the newest Raven, Calais Campbell and the CRC Foundation,” said Harold Dwin. “It is a great honor for us to make a financial contribution to this important cause, which endeavors to provide the students of Baltimore High Schools with the tools necessary to advance their educations. Cohen & Dwin has been an active member of the local community since we opened our first office in 1977 in northwest Baltimore, on Patterson Avenue, and our second office shortly after, on Greenmount Avenue, in northeast Baltimore.”