April 20, 2016 at 6:27 pm EST | by Staff reports
Gay footballers volunteer for non-profits
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More than 50 members of the D.C. Gay Flag Football League volunteered their time for charitable causes last month. (Photo courtesy DCGFFL)

More than 50 members of the D.C. Gay Flag Football League volunteered their time last month to assist four area non-profits, in a project that league officials say will become a recurring effort to “foster a commitment to service in our small corner of D.C.’s gay scene.”

The players spent part of Easter weekend working to clean up parks at the Edgewood Recreation Center, delivering meals to those in need with Food & Friends, visiting residents at NMS Healthcare rehabilitation center and cleaning trails and parks with the Dept. of Parks and Recreation at Rock Creek Park.

The league heads into its playoff season beginning next month. For more information, visit dcgffl.org.

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