Steelers safety Will Allen pays it forward
January 2, 2015
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette features the Will Allen Foundation after a Holiday Giving Program outing. Children from Boys & Girls Club branches in Millvale and McKees Rocks cheer as Steelers safety Will Allen tells them that they will all receive Beats by Dre headphones during a Dec. 23 event sponsored by the Will Allen Foundation at the K-Mart in McIntyre Square…
MNF Launch Party
August 13, 2014
On Monday, December 8th Steelers Safety Will Allen + the Will Allen Foundation hosted a Monday Night Football Watch Party. The event benefited the Will Allen Foundation and the work its doing in the Pittsburgh, Dayton and Columbus communities and will help us kickoff our Holiday Giving Campaign.
Twenty percent of every tab went directly to the Will Allen Foundation. Also, all proceeds from raffle items benefited the foundation. Below is a complete list of raffle items from the event:
– Two (2) Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Kansas City Chief Tickets (Sunday, December 21st) + Post Game Passes
– Autographed Football by the 2014 Pittsburgh Steelers Team
– Autographed cleats by Steelers Safety Will Allen
– Two (2) Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Cincinnati Bengals Tickets (Sunday, December 28th) + Dinner with Will Allen
– Round of Golf with Will Allen
– Original artwork by former Pittsburgh, now artist Steeler Baron Batch
– Specialty Party Basket + restaurant gift card
– Specialty Beauty Basket
Will Allen Hosts Insider Chat
May 19, 2014
Will Allen is teaming up with Heroes2U to host a live insider chat with fans on May 21st. Funds from tickets sales will support the great work being done by the Will Allen Foundation, which includes its cornerstone program – Quest for Real Life Succss high school after school program, as well as The Big Play and its annual Holiday Giving Campaign for families in need.
Tickets are only $5 and $4 out of every $5 goes to the cause. Will hopes to chat with you soon!
Community Spotlight: Will Allen
Making a Difference For Kids
Before he ever stepped foot onto an NFL playing field, Steelers’ safety Will Allen knew he wanted to make a difference. And not just on the field, not just in the outcome of games, but in the lives of others.