The Baltimore Ravens are hosting their "Huddle for 100" community day of service Monday in recognition of the NFL's 100th total season, according to Ravens officials.
The Huddle for 100 calls for participants to join Ravens players, other NFL teams and community members to dedicate 100 minutes of community service each with the overall goal of 100 million volunteer minutes among NFL fans.
Officials say over 15,000 people in the Baltimore community will volunteer and provide 2 million-plus minutes of service.
More than 50 charitable organizations throughout the Baltimore area will host service events Monday. Alongside them, dozens of local schools and companies will hold their own events.