On August 15, 2014 the Cleveland Browns presented a check for $20,000 to the Cleveland Muny Football League as well as 200 tickets to a Browns preseason game. The funds will be used to refurbish helmets and equipment for more than 200 players.
The Cleveland Browns hosted a Heads Up Mom's Tackling Clinic. Moms from around the state were taught the proper way to tackle and treat other sports related issues, such as concussions and dehydration.
With support from the Cleveland Browns, the Achievement Centers for Children offered an Adapted Football League for children with disabilities.
The Cleveland Browns and the American Red Cross hosted their annual blood drive on July 26th.
Reggie Hodges and Jason Trusnik opened an athletic training center in Strongsville on Friday.
On Thursday, Joe Haden hosted a celebrity softball game in Eastlake.
On Saturday, Joe Haden held his Elite Football Experience camp at the All Pro Athletic Center in Lorain, Ohio.
On July 12, the Browns hosted the Cleveland Browns Adapted Football League All-Star Game at the team's training facility in Berea. Current Browns players and alumni participated in a friendly game with the Achievement Centers for Children student athletes.
On Sunday, the Browns hosted the annual Cleveland Browns High School Player Development (HSPD) Regional 7-on-7 Tournament and Lineman Challenge at FirstEnergy Stadium. Congratulations to the 7-on-7 Tournament Champions, Avon HSPD Camp site.
Browns President Alec Scheiner led a tour with local media to view the progress of updates at FirstEnergy Stadium.