Super Bowl "Time Out" for schools in Greater Cincinnati; Sam Hubbard Fund to benefit in challenge to earn "Snow Dey"

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The Sam Hubbard Foundation to benefit from a challenge between school districts showing their Bengal Pride.Sam Hubbard Foundation

The Southwest Local School District took a desire to earn a "Snow-Dey" for the day after the Bengals compete in the Super Bowl, by meeting a $9,400 goal to raise money to benefit the Sam Hubbard Foundation. The district scored big, raising over $26,000, and is now challenging other school districts to show their Bengal Pride in a friendly competition to raise money for a good cause. The district is challenging other school districts to try to beat them and show their love before Valentines' Day for the Bengals by helping others, also.

The Sam Hubbard Foundation, founded by the Bengals' defensive end, provides a range of services to youth. Of particular interest is food insecurity. Hubbard founded the organization to give back to the community, "I'm using (my) platform to give back to the very same communities that lifted me to where I am today."

The fundraising for nonprofits has inspired other school districts to follow suit. The Milford School District is showing its Bengal Pride by donating funds to Feed our Flock, a local nonprofit that feeds over 400 students weekly. Social media is buzzing to encourage other school districts to join in a Super Bowl of Giving by donating to the Sam Hubbard Foundation or their own selected nonprofit that serves disadvantaged students.

Most of the area school districts have declared a calamity day for Monday already: Cincinnati Public, Kings, Sycamore, Finneytown, Lockland, Franklin City, Indian Hill, Loveland, Ross, and the Northwest Local School District have all declared Monday an official "Snow Dey". Now it's time to see which school district can beat the Southwest Local School District's $26,000 lead in the big game of giving where everyone wins.

Charity is nothing new to the Bengals players. Joe Burrow, the quarterback for the team, has promoted giving to the less fortunate throughout his career.

Bengal fans are encouraged to make their pride show by donating to area nonprofits in the name of their school districts. Let's see which school district supports the Bengals. Donations can be made here. Put your school district name in the message section.

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