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Terps in the Community
Members of the Maryland football team take pride in representing the University in numerous community service endeavors. Some of the activities the Terps have participated in are the Big Brothers program, the TERP reading program and visits to the National Children’s Hospital in Washington, D.C.
Former quarterback Jordan Steffy participated in nearly all of the Maryland community service endeavors in his career and organized individual initiatives as well. He started his own foundation – Children Deserve a Chance – and was named to the 2008 Allstate Good Works Team which honored players for their off-the-field achievements.
Travis Baltz serves as president of the Maryland chapter of Uplifting Athletes, a national nonprofit organization that aligns college football with rare diseases in hopes of raising them as a national priority through outreach, research, education and advocacy.
Baltz organized a ‘Lift for Life’ event in July with donations being earmarked for the Boomer Esiason Foundation.