Each year we anticipate a spirited competition. Winners will join an already impressive list of past champions which include:
- Philadelphia Eagles Youth Partnership (2005)
- Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation (2006)
- Memphis Grizzlies Charitable Foundation (2007)
- The Moyer Foundation (2007)
- San Francisco Giants Community Fund (2008)
- Steve Nash Foundation (2008)
- Marvin Lewis Community Fund (2009)
- Red Sox Foundation (2009)
- Dikembe Mutombo Foundation (2010)
- U.S. Soccer Foundation (2010)
- Cincinnati Reds Community Fund (2011)
- Brian Griese and Judi's House (2011)
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