Jaguars safety Barry Church teamed up with Fuel Up to Play 60 to see where milk comes from.
The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund hosted an event for local families battling cancer and launched a new sibling support program called J.A.Y.S. Team.
Defensive tackle Malik Jackson and long snapper Carson Tinker make the rounds at the Jaguars Foundation Golf Classic.
Jaguars defensive tackle Malik Jackson wears a microphone as he hosts children from military families for a football skills camp at the Dream Finders Homes Flex Field at Daily's Place.
Brian Sexton catches up with Executive Vice President of Football Operations Tom Coughlin at the Jay Fund Celebrity Golf Classic.
Jaguars players and coaches serve as celebrity waiters at the 17th annual Children's Miracle Network Medicine and Miracles Dinner.
Calais Campbell hosted a bowling event to benefit his CRC foundation.
The Jaguars partnered with the Florida Department of Transportation's Alert Today, Alive Tomorrow campaign to promote safe riding skills.
The Jaguars donated 100 balls to a local elementary school in partnership with the American Heart Association and Play 60.
Jaguars Quarterback Blake Bortles hosted a lunch at the Jacksonville Firefighters Union Hall for First Responders as part of his BB5 Foundation's efforts.
The Jaguars are an official partner of Project 17, whose main mission is to place certified athletic trainers in 17 Duval public high schools by 2020.
Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles holds a football camp for kids in his hometown of Oviedo, Florida.
The Jax MVP program presented by US Assure met at EverBank Field for breakfast while Mark Lamping and Tom Coughlin addressed the group.
Jaguars linebacker Myles Jack and fullback Tommy Bohanon spent the weekend in Morelos, Mexico promoting youth health and fitness through a Tochito Flag Football Tournament.
The Jaguars Foundation organized an all-girls flag football event to kick off the 2018 high school flag football season.
The Jaguars partnered with Show Your Soft Side and Pit Sisters to spread an anti animal abuse campaign.
Jaguars AJ Bouye, Patrick Omameh and Ben Koyack visited Wolfson Children's Hospital to meet some patients.
The Jaguars helped out in the community in more ways than one on Tuesday to get ready for the holiday season with a food line distribution at EverBank Field and a shopping event with Calais Campbell.
Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns stopped by Wolfson Children's Hospital this week to deliver toys and spread some holiday cheer to the patients.
The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund gives patients and families a “day off” from cancer and makes the lives of these children and families brighter.
Jaguars cornerback AJ Bouye partnered with Walmart and the Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Florida to spread some holiday cheer for fifty kids in the Jacksonville area.
Jaguars cornerback Jalen Ramsey passed out thanksgiving meals to 20 families at the Boys and Girls Club of Northeast Florida for the holidays.
Jaguars players went to local Publix locations to bag groceries and reward customers for purchasing Tide PODS.
The Jaguars took a trip to the newly built Jacksonville Humane Society for a tour and to play with some animals who are up for adoption.