Beyond the football field, the Davis Brothers are helping the community with a commitment to kids and the arts.
Video Content: Vernon and Vontae Davis and their Davis Family Foundation (2012):
NFL football players Vernon Davis (formerly with the San Francisco 49ers, now with Denver Broncos) and brother Vontae Davis (at the time with Miami Dolphins, but now with The Indianapolis Colts) hosted a benefit for their Davis Family Foundation, a non-profit organization that supports community organizations, which include the arts, parents battling addiction, and various causes dedicated to helping children understand the importance of leading healthy and active lifestyles.
From their event on March 31, 2012 at The Hamlin Mansion in San Francisco, “Sidewalks Entertainment” on-air personalities Mika Abogado and Richard R. Lee talk to the NFL players, participants and guests about their organization’s commitment to the arts. Their fundraising benefit helped nonprofits Children’s AIDS Art Programme, a South Africa-based organization that rendersart therapy to children affected by the AIDS epidemic; and the A.R.T.Ambassador Youth Program, a 12-week program that uses classes, workshops, andevents to enhance the life skills and creative strengths of youth from across SanFrancisco.
Recorded by videographer J.P. Langston, footage also include a pas de trois performance by Caroline Rocher (Lines Ballet); singer Leah Tysse; and a fashion show by designers Daniel Sudor, Eli Thomas for Men, Paloma Von Broadley and Piece-Piece.
Recorded: March 31, 2012
Hosts/Segment Producers: MIka Abogado and Richard R. Lee
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Crew: Nicole Murray and Dwayne Sparks
Special Thanks To: Theodore Palmer and the staff of Creative Edge Public Relations