Marshawn Lynch and Marcus Peters came out for kids in El Salvador at the All-Pro Football Camp!
This past July 4th weekend, NFL players Marshawn Lynch and Marcus Peters came out for kids in El Salvador at the 2019 All-Pro Football Camp. The Salvadorian Association of American Intramural Football (SAAIF) and Fam 1st Family Foundation, in partnership with Glasswing International, hosted the Football Camp, where 700 youth and adults from different communities participated in this first-time, historic event for El Salvador which included two days-worth of sports-packed activity alongside the two current NFL athletes. The 2019 ALL-PRO Football Camp also kicked off a partnership between SAAIF and Glasswing International to include the American Flag Football Club as part of its Community Schools program in six schools in San Juan Opico and one in San Salvador.
Marshawn Lynch has played 12 NFL seasons as a running back, is a five-time Pro Bowler, became a Super Bowl champion with the Seattle Seahawks and has played the past two seasons with his hometown team, the Oakland Raiders. Marcus Peters is entering his fifth NFL season as a defensive back. He was named the 2015 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year, is a two-time Pro Bowler and played in Super Bowl LIII with the Los Angeles Rams. Lynch and Peters are cousins and co-founders of the Oakland, California based Fam 1st Family Foundation which started back in 2006. Through passionate leadership, Marshawn and Marcus grab the attention of today’s youth, with a mission of empowerment of underprivileged youth through education, technology, music and sports.