PHOTOS: Dareke Young And Penny Hart Visit Spokane Children's Hospital To Spread Holiday Cheer
Seahawks wide receivers Dareke Young and Penny Hart visited a Spokane Children's Hospital on December 6, 2022 to spread holiday cheer.
PHOTOS: Seahawks React To Good Luck Posters For The Playoffs
Local schools in Seattle surprised the team with good luck posters for the playoffs, featuring creative artwork and special notes to the players.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Girls Flag Football Jamboree
The Seahawks attended the girls high school flag football jamboree for Seattle Public Schools at Silas High School in Tacoma, WA. In addition, the jamboree comprised of having a similar format that resembled a football combine and the Seahawks Dancers as well as DJ Supa Sam were in attendance at the event.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Host Renton Skyway Coalition As Part Of Team Of Champions Powered By Boeing
The Seahawks and Seahawks Legend Lofa Tatupu hosted the Renton Skyway Coalition as part of Team of Champions, powered by Boeing. The organization received gift bags, tickets to a Seahawks game, plus a moment of recognition at Lumen Field during the game.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Dancer Victoria's Father Honored During Salute to Service Moment
During Week 17's game vs. the New York Jets, the Seahawks honored Seahawks Dancer Victoria's father, David Wade, for the Salute to Service moment, presented by USAA. David Wade served over 26 years of service in the United States Air Force.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Visit Steven A. Cohen Military Clinic As Part Of Team Of Champions Powered By Boeing
Seahawks Legend Lofa Tatupu and the Seahawks visited with the Steven A. Cohen Military Clinic as part of Team of Champions, powered by Boeing. The organization received gift bags, tickets to Week 17 vs. the Jets, plus a moment of recognition at Lumen Field during the game.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Visit Local Children's Hospital
Seahawks players Michael Dickson, Joey Hunt, and Jalen McKenzie visited a local children's hospital to spread holiday cheer and give out some Seahawks swag items.
PHOTOS: Charles Cross And WHOLE Mentoring Visit Microsoft's Campus
Seahawks Offensive Tackle Charles Cross and WHOLE mentoring visited Microsoft's campus on December 19, 2022. In addition, WHOLE mentoring brought 50 students to the campus. Through, Microsoft's partnership with the Seahawks, they donated 50 Surface devices to the students.
PHOTOS: Quandre Diggs Surprises Kids At Local Target For The Holidays
Seahawks Free Safety Quandre Diggs surprised 20 kids with $250 each to spend at Target in Renton, WA on December 19, 2022. The Seahawks Dancers and Blitz were also in attendance at the event. In addition to this all of the kids come from struggling communities and some that have recently transitioned from a shelter and others are living with extended family in which they work with the organization, Rise Above.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Interns Visit Lake City Collective For Their Day of Service
On December 19, 2022, Seahawks interns spent their day volunteering at Lake City Collective where they played soccer with kids in the community, helped with holiday projects and a new design for their park.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Host Southwest Youth & Family Services As Part Of Team Of Champions Powered By Boeing
The Seahawks and Seahawks Legend Lofa Tatupu hosted Southwest Youth & Family Services as part of Team of Champions, powered by Boeing. The organization received gift bags, tickets to Week 15 vs. the 49ers, plus a moment of recognition at Lumen Field during the game.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Embark On Pilgrimage To The South
Seahawks Legends, staff, and local non-profits working on social justice issues embarked on a trip to the South to explore Black history over the course of a week in November of 2022.
PHOTOS: Seahawks Visit Valhalla Elementary School To Celebrate The Top Summer Reader
On December 8, 2022, the Seahawks celebrated the summer reading top reader at Valhalla Elementary School. In addition, the Seahawks Dancers and Blitz were in attendance to surprise the top reader and his PE class engaging in games and free giveaways for the students.