Images from the MNCBIA-NFLPA D.C. Chapter Community Service Project at St. Ann's Infant & Maternity Home

The Maryland-National Capital Building Industry Association and the Washington D.C. NFL former players’ chapter participated in a community service project at St. Ann's Infant & Maternity Home in Hyattsville, Md.

NFL former team group pic

Former NFL player volunteers include (L-R): John “Boomer” Stufflebeem (1975-1979: Detroit Lions), Ed Simmons (1987-1997: Washington Redskins), John Booty (1988-1995: New York Jets, Philadelphia Eagles, Phoenix Cardinals, New York Giants, Tampa Bay Buccaneers), Calvin Snowden (1969-1973: St. Louis Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, San Diego Chargers), Ken Jenkins (1983-1986: Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins), and Brig Owens (1966-1977: Washington Redskins).

NFL player with cabinet

John “Boomer” Stufflebeem (1975-1979: Detroit Lions) helps position a new cabinet at St. Ann’s Infant & Maternity Home.

shaking hands NFL players

Sister Mary Baden, CEO of St. Ann’s Infant & Maternity Home, shakes hands with Ken Jenkins (1983-1986: Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins) as former NFL player volunteers and members of the Maryland-National Capital Building Industry Association look on.

NFL players cabinet

President of the Washington, D.C., NFL former players’ chapter Calvin Snowden (1969-1973: St. Louis Cardinals, Buffalo Bills, San Diego Chargers) helps hang a new kitchen cabinet that was donated by MidSouth Building Supply of Maryland.

NFL trash

Former NFL player Ken Jenkins (1983-1986: Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins) carries material during the renovation project.