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The Redskins Charitable Foundation is ever-present in the community, constantly working to achieve our mission to make a positive and measurable impact in the lives of children that need it most. Since Redskins owners Dan and Tanya Snyder created the Washington Redskins Charitable Foundation in 2000, we have given back nearly $20MM to the community and currently provide support and services to more than 190,000 individuals (mostly children) annually, focusing on supporting education, children’s health and wellness and preparing them for their future.
Lindsay Czarniak can be seen daily as the primetime host of ESPN’s flagship program SportsCenter’s primetime slot, which airs daily at 6pm ET. She became the solo anchor in January 2015 after serving as co-anchor for three years. Czarniak also serves as the host of ABC’s coverage of the Indianapolis 500. In 2013, she became the first female to host the event. In addition to her current role including hosting SportsCenter “on the road” from major sports events, Czarniak reports on a wide range of programming ranging from the Super Bowl and Monday Night Football to the Special Olympics. Prior to joining ESPN, Czarniak was hired by WRC-TV's veteran sports anchor George Michael in Washington D.C. to anchor daily sportscasts, report on live sporting events, and co-host a variety of shows such as The George Michael Sports Machine. She also hosted and produced Lunch with Lindsay, a sports interview show in which she interviewed some of the world's top athletes, politicians, and entertainers. While at NBC4, she also covered a variety of events for the affiliate's parent company, NBC, and for Turner Sports. Most notably for NBC, reporting from the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin, and the 2008 Olympic Summer Games in Beijing. She spent several years serving as pit reporter before becoming the prerace studio host for TNT’s coverage of NASCAR’S Sprint Cup Series. Czarniak currently resides in Connecticut with her husband, NBC and MSNBC’s Craig Melvin. The couple welcomed their first son Delano in 2014 and they are expecting their second child this fall.