Founded In 2003 London’s Bridge Foundation was established by NFL Player London Fletcher to build standards of education, leadership, teamwork, health and fitness in today’s youth.
London’s Bridge Foundation is building bridges to our future by addressing the inequalities facing underprivileged and underrepresented children. Through mentoring and charitable giving programs we teach boys and girls essential life skills, education objectives and community responsibility.
In recognition for his leadership in serving others through London’s Bridge Foundation and the community the NFL Player association has nominated London two times for the PULSE Award (Performance Union Leadership Service Excellence), an award that honors players for excellence on and off the field. Also, in 2011 London Fletcher won the Washington Redskins Inaugual Community Service Award, and four times Man of the Year. In 2010 he was selected as a finalist for Walter Payton Man of the Year Award.
London Fletcher is a devoted family man, a consummate professional; he is a proven leader both on and off the field.
London Fletcher supports
the Heather Trew Foundation
London Fletcher, the former linebacker of the Washington Redskins, appears in public service spots in Washington, DC and South Carolina, encouraging individuals to sign up as organ, eye and tissue donors.
“Anyone can choose to be a champion,” says London. “Let’s be real. You don’t need them when you’re gone, but others do.”
Fletcher volunteered to appear in the PSAs after meeting Judy Trew, director of The Heather Trew Foundation and hearing her daughter Heather's story.
"He is a remarkable, caring
individual as well as an amazing athlete"
“We are so thrilled and honored to have London Fletcher as a voice of the Foundation,” said Mrs. Trew. “He is a remarkable, caring individual as well as an amazing athlete. His tenacity on the field is matched only by his unwavering commitment to the community.”
Fletcher, the former Redskins captain and a future hall of famer, has made at least 100 tackles in 13 consecutive seasons. The Ohio native signed with the Redskins in 2007.
Read more about London on his website londonfletcher59.com
photo Kathy Cacicedo