Inaugural Titans Foundation Dinner Raises $255,000 For Local Community

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At the inaugural Titans Foundation Dinner on Wednesday (May 18), the Titans raised $255,000 to help support the Middle Tennessee Community.

The Titans Foundation is a nonprofit organization that supports communities within the Tennessee Titans’ region. Through its work, the Titans contribute to schools, non-profit organizations, community centers and other neighborhood assets.

“It’s an awesome event,” shares Adolpho Birch III, Senior Vice President, Business Affairs and Chief Legal Officer for the Titans. “We are very proud to have as many people come out and help us celebrate the Titans, [particularly] the Titans Foundation, as well as to honor and look at the upcoming season, our new draft class, and really talk Titans football. It’s an amazing event… and it really shines a light on what the Foundation can be about.”

Hosted by “Voice of the Titans” Mike Keith, the Foundation Dinner welcomed nearly 450 fans to the sold-out event at Nissan Stadium. The event featured General Manager Jon Robinson, Head Coach Mike Vrabel, President/CEO Burke Nihill, receiver Robert Woods, and country music star Jake Owen, among others.

Former Titans stars Keith Bulluck and Jevon Kearse were also at the dinner for several auction items which raised big money in bidding. The NFL Network’s Charles Davis and members of the team’s rookie class also made appearances.

Proceeds from the Tennessee Titans Foundation Dinner, presented by Pinnacle, go directly to the Foundation continuing its mission to serve the surrounding communities.

In 2021, the Titans Foundation hosted its Annual Kick-Off Luncheon, and raised more than $150,000 for the foundation, $50,000 of which went directly to support victims of the Waverly, Tennessee floods.

Steven Boero