We Walk the Walk

Oct 25, 2017

When you talk the talk, you have to walk the walk.

“It’s also an important part of our game, that we all take great pride in. And it’s also for us to honor our flag and our country, and we think our fans expect us to do that. And so that was something we continued to focus on this morning. But really talking a lot about with the opportunity that exists with our players to try to go and really make a difference in our communities in a positive way.”

“They’re talking about equality issues, making sure we’re doing everything we possibly can to give people an opportunity, whether it’s an education or economic and what we can do to try to effectuate that. And we believe, with the players, that we can help them, we can support them. And those are our issues, national issues, American issues that are all important.”

– Oct. 18, 2017, New York City, NY – NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell 

We, current NFL players, former NFL players, future NFL players, public school teachers, NCAA student Athletes, Marines and U.S. Military of our Youth Impact Program are “making sure we’re doing everything we possibly can to give people an opportunity, whether it’s an education or economic and what we can do to try to effectuate that. And we believe, with the players, that we can help them, we can support them. And those are our issues, national issues, American issues that are all important.”

– Oct. 25, 2017, Alexandria, Virginia – Founder and Chairman YIP Riki Ellison

Walk the Walk With Us as we expand up to 10 programs across this country, bringing forward our first “at risk” Girls program in making an impact and change to our inner cities, our at risk youth and our country.

We’ve been walking the walk since 2006.

We walk the walk!