On Friday, one of the students in our BAGS after school program sent me a link to an article written in the summer of 1999 for The News-Gazette, an east central Illinois newspaper. That was during my professional football days with the Indianapolis Colts. The student included a note along with the link to the […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Bad Blood. Good Lesson.
We sat down with BAGS Executive Director, Nakia Reddick, to find out what led him to the non-profit world and what inspires him to keep going. Q: What was your involvement with the BAGS Foundation while you were playing professional football? A: My uncle served as the National Director of the BAGS Scholarship Foundation of […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on Meet Our Executive Director
At the BAGS Scholarship Foundation we focus our efforts on bettering the lives of disadvantaged kids in our community. We understand the importance of nurturing this lost group of youngsters and aim to provide them with the necessary tools to become active, productive members of their community. There are two distinct tracks to the BAGS […]Continue Reading... Comments Off on BAGS Mentors: Making a Difference