Community Awards & Media Coverage

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We have been blessed to recieve recognition for our work in the community.

Omega Psi Phi Community Award 2015

Community Bridge Award
(U Empower of Maryland) 2016

Community Bridge Award
(U Empower of Maryland) 2016

Councilman Nick Mosby recognizes JGCYO at City Hall 2016

Councilman Nick Mosby recognizes JGCYO during community giveback event 2016

Baltimore Ravens Community Quaterback Award 2017

Fox 45 News Baltimore 
Champion of Courage Award 2018 

Fox 45 News Baltimore Champion of Courage Award 2018

Fox 45 News Baltimore Champion of Courage Award 2018

Walmart Community Playmaker Award 2018

Walmart Community Playmaker Award 2018

Governors Black History Month Community Leaders Award 2019

Governors Black History Month Community Leaders Award 2019

JGCYO raised $16,000 for students and presented Baltimore City Hall Scholarship Awards 2019

NFL Legends players recognized by Philadelphia Eagles Team our CEO 2019

Baltimore Magazine Article Feature 2020

Media Coverage 

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Baltimore Magazine 2020

Former NFL Player Joel Gamble Scores Wins Off the Field In the eyes of many, the Baltimore County teacher is as close to a real-life superhero as it gets. By Suzanne Loudermilk | November 2020

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The Slate 2020

Gamble continues to impact Baltimore community By CHRISTIAN EBY

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WMAR Baltimore ABC 2 News 2020

Gamble calls an audible to help Baltimore's youth. By: Shawn Stepner

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Baltimore Sun News 2019

For this Former NFL Player's organization, a new focus on empowering Baltimore's young women. By: Christine Condone

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Baltimore Sun News 2015

Former football player wants to pave path to a dream. By: Dan Rodricks

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Baltimore Times 

JGCYO Concludes Summer With Giveaway Event As School Year Begins. By: Demetrius Dillard

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Fox 45 News Baltimore 

Six Baltimore students get the JGCYO Scholarship.  By: Bryna Zumer

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WBAL TV 11 

11 TV Hill: Joel Gamble inspiring young people across Baltimore. By: Jason Newton

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WBAL TV 11

Advertisement 11 TV Hill: Reducing violence in Baltimore over summer. By: Jason Newton

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