PRESS RELEASE: Foundation Moving Forward in 2015
THE ROLLINS FAMILY FOUNDATION STAYS ROOTED IN PHILADELPHIA PHILADELPHIA, January 5, 2015 – After playing for the Philadelphia Phillies and calling Philadelphia home for more than 14 years, Jimmy Rollins will continue to keep his foundation active in the Delaware Valley even after his trade to the Los Angeles Dodgers was made official December, 2014. “Over the years the foundation has helped to improve the lives of children in the...
The Rollins Family Foundation goes bicoastal in Jimmy’s hometown and in Philadelphia for families during the Thanksgiving holiday
OAKLAND NATIVE AND PHILLIES ALL STAR SHORT STOP JIMMY ROLLINS’ FOUNDATION TEAMS UP WITH BAY AREA LEGAND MC HAMMER AND THE FORMA GYM KIDS FOUNDATION Bicoastal events to help families in need during the Thanksgiving holiday OAKLAND, CA– November 24th and 25th PHILADELPHIA, PA – November 25th (PA) – Before the race – The Forma Kids Foundation, MC Hammer, and The Rollins Family Foundation are providing 1000 families in the...
Jimmy Rollins Wins 2014 Roberto Clemente Award
ORIGINAL ARTICLE ON USA TODAY SAN FRANCISCO – Two veteran standouts who’ve become iconic for their 16 and 15 years playing for a single team have become the first co-winners of Major League Baseball’s annual Roberto Clemente Award for service to their communities. First baseman Paul Konerko of the Chicago White Sox and Jimmy Rollins of the Philadelphia Phillies were honored Friday for their contributions both on and off the...
Philly Tribune: Jimmy Rollins visits Childs Elementary School
Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins and his wife, Johari, had an opportunity to visit the eighth grade students at George W. Childs Elementary School, 1599 Wharton St., on Wednesday, Oct. 1. They spoke to the students about eating healthy and staying active. Read more at The Philadelphia Tribune
Philly Metro Online: Jimmy Rollins visits student to tout healthy eating
Phillies shortstop Jimmy Rollins may have shown off some dance moves on Wednesday afternoon at George W. Childs School in South Philadelphiaas he and his wife Johari talked about healthy eating habits, but it was what he said about fitness… - See more at The Philadelphia Metro