The Tim Wrightman Foundation, a 501 (c) (3) Charitable organization founded by former Chicago Bear Super Bowl XX Champion, Tim Wrightman, focuses on children developing life skills of teamwork, decision making, goal setting and time management.
Tim Wrightman has not only been a member of the “Greatest Team in Football History” … He is also the last football player in the history of UCLA to be an Academic All-American and a football All-American in the same year.
After contributing to many charitable organizations such as being one of the spokespersons for Big Brothers & Sisters, the National Collegiate Scouting Association and being a charter member of the Michael Josephson Institute of Ethics, Character Counts All-Star Team, Tim decided to create his own foundation based on his knowledge and teachings, to help promote self-esteem and greater personal confidence within children.
The Tim Wrightman Foundation, invites children to participate in a great day of football activity and an interactive chalk talk with Tim and other professional athletes. After arriving at Lazy Bear Ranch in Weiser, Idaho, the morning will kick off with football activities on the H.W. Harris Football Field, followed by lunch. After lunching, our players will be treated to an informative pep-talk about character, integrity, trustworthiness and what it takes to succeed in athletics and in life.
Studies show that children who participate in sports have better grades, more positive interactions with adults, stronger relationships with their peers, and more achievements overall. The Tim Wrightman Foundation hopes to influence and foster these characteristic in our young athletes.