• Dick Smith Golf Academy

    Jaws Youth Playbook teams up with Dick Smith to host a Jaws Junior Golf Tour which is Free for over 90 at-risk youth kids in the Greater Philadelphia Area. The mission of the Tour is to provide young golfers the opportunity to play competitive golf during their summer vacations. The tour is a developmental tour with juniors of varying skill levels testing their skills against their peers. The tour has age groups of 15-17 years old, 13-14 years old and 12 years old and under.

  • YMCA of Vineland New Equipment Room

    In 2015, Jaws Youth Playbook funds were dedicated to help with two new renovations at the Vineland YMCA. One being a Family Multipurpose Center, a 4,000-square-foot that will hold everything from basketball games to special needs sports to birthday parties and meetings. The other facility is the Family Health and Adventure Center, a 1,000-square-foot room with exercise equipment for both adults and children. The room, which also has a rock-climbing wall, is intended to inspire whole families to exercise together.

  • JAWS Saves the Day-Frankford Cougars

    A youth football team in the Frankford section of Philadelphia was all smiles, but not due to a winning touchdown or interception, but because they were able to have a real practice after their equipment was stolen from them. Vandals broke into the storage shed stealing a lot of the team’s equipment. Ron Jaworski’s charity, Jaws Youth Playbook, generously donated thousands of dollars in equipment to replace the items that were stolen. There’s a long proud tradition on their home turf of Gambrel Field; it is where the Philadelphia Eagles began as the Frankford Yellow Jackets. Jaworski, a former Eagle, wants to make sure that tradition carries on.

  • Lackawanna New Uniforms & Scoreboard

    Jaws never forgets his roots! When he heard that his hometown of Lackawanna NY was going to lose its Little League Football program due to funds he had to jump right in. Jaws Youth Playbook donated new uniforms and equipment to over 200 youth football & cheerleaders this fall.

  • Camden Youth Athletic Sports Forum with NFL Alumni

    Woodland community development program hosts a one day simulated pro combine for high school students in the Camden NJ area. Retired NFL Alumni from the greater Philadelphia area join forces to coach these youth in the various football drills.

  • Jaws takes 150 kids to Eagles Game

    Annually, in partnership with the Philadelphia Eagles, JYP and the NFLA hosts 150 of at-risk youth from programs served throughout the year at an Eagles pre-season game. For many of the attendees this is their very first professional sports game. JYP hosts a kid friendly tailgate with food and gift for each child.

  • New Gym Floor at Baker Victory Services

    Jaws Youth Playbook replaced an aging gym floor in the campus recreation and fitness center at Baker Victory Services (BVS). More than 5,000 children, adults and families are assisted annually through a diverse range of BVS programs.

  • JAWS & United Way Soul Night

    Jaws Youth Playbook teamed up with the United Way to host a Philadelphia Soul Area Football Night, this game provided an opportunity for thousands of Philadelphia-area undeserved youth to experience a professional football game.  The tickets donated by JYP have been distributed by United Way to many deserving children in the communities throughout the Philadelphia area.

  • Fuel Up To Play 60!

    Through dollars and activation of players, the NFL Alumni Association supports the nationwide Fuel Up to Play 60 effort, an in-school nutrition and physical activity program developed by the National Dairy Council and the National Football League (NFL), in collaboration with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). More than 70,000 schools are involved in Fuel Up to Play 60 nationwide.

  • Learn and Play!

    Chester is one of the poorest cities in Pennsylvania, but the stakes are unbelievably high. Drugs, poverty and gang-related violence have left a trail of hardship and heartbreak across the city. To help provide a safe outlet for youth to “be kids”, JYP, in partnership with the City of Chester Department of Parks and Recreation, is supporting the installation of Born Learning Trails in two park locations to provide learning and play opportunities on either side of Chester.