The Concussion Legacy Foundation was founded in 2007 by Robert Cantu, M.D., and Christopher Nowinski to solve the concussion crisis by advancing the study, treatment and prevention of the effects of brain trauma in athletes and other at-risk groups. CLF achieves this mission through advocacy, education, policy development and medical research. The Concussion Legacy Foundation and the Boston University School of Medicine partnered, in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), and founded the VA-BU-CLF Brain Bank, which now includes the largest CTE tissue repository in the world.
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As part of WWE’s partnership with UNICEF Kid Power and its commitment to advancing access to education in the United States, WWE Superst
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Cricket Wireless launched Cricket Cares in 2017 to bring together all of the company’s community initiatives under one national corporate social responsibility umbrella.
The Be a STAR bullying prevention program encourages young people to treat others with respect through education and grassroots initiatives. Since 2011, WWE has held more than 150 bullying prevention rallies and the Be a STAR resources and programs have reached nearly half a million children globally.