The Ted Hendricks Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization with goals
aimed at providing assistance to local and national charities through
awards, grants and scholarship programs aimed at recreational, health
and educational programs for both youth and seniors.
|Alzheimer's & Dementia Research
|Shake-a-leg of Miami
|Birth Defect Survivors Grant in Aid
|Youth Golf and Learning Academy
|Youth Football Enrichment Program
||Child Abuse Victims
Using his native Spanish Fluency, Ted often talks to students
about the importance of setting goals, education excellence.
Ted hosted hundreds of patrons at events that benefit selected charities.
How Do I get Involved?
Hendricks Foundation Opportunities:
Annual Title and Patron Sponsorships are available for the
Hall of Fame Golf Tournament
Foundation Gala and Award Presentation
In Kind donations for special projects.
Direct Donations to the Foundation
Up Close & Personal
Born in Guatemala City, Guatemala, Ted Hendricks was an honor
multi sport athlete at Hialeah High in Florida. The first collegiate
Three Time All America selection, he majored in Physics and Mathematics
at the University of Miami and was selected in the 1969 NFL draft
by the Baltimore Colts. He played a key role in Super Bowl V, played
one year for the Green Bay Packers and 9 years and 3 Super Bowl victories
for the Raiders. Ted was a strong, fast and devastating tackler and
at 6'7" with wide ranging ams was tagged the "Mad Stork" by his Miami
Hurricane teammates. He is the only Miami Hurricane to be inducted
into UM, Florida, Bay Area, Collegiate and Pro Football Halls of Fame.
Ted currently serves as the Vice President of the Hall of Fame Players,
is founder of the Ted Hendricks Defensive End of the Year Award,
and spends much of his time dedicated to helping both youth and
seniors. His interest in helping providing recreational, health
and educational opportunities for those in need is the focus of
The Ted Hendricks Foundation who's motto is: "Making a difference
in the lives of today's seniors and tomorrow's leaders."