I've been perusing Seahawks related stories around the interwebs in the past few days and there have been several articles posted detailing Seattle players and their participation in kids' football camps and ways they're working with the communities they live in.
Among the Seahawks giving back:
Russell Okung and Aaron Curry, among others, took part in Nike sponsored events for high schoolers with links to interviews here and here.
Seahawks' running back Marshawn Lynch teamed up with his cousin, and Tampa Bay QB Josh Johnson to host their annual "Family First Football Camp" in Oakland and also set up a non-profit foundation called the Fam 1st Family Foundation to benefit underprivileged youth in the Bay Area.
According the San Francisco Business Times, "Lynch and Johnson, who are cousins, will base the foundation in their hometown of Oakland, and they plan to build a youth center there by 2013. Fam First's mission is to empower at-risk youth by bridging academics and athletics. Once open, the proposed youth center will offer free after-school tutoring, arts programs, vocational training, a media center, and of course, athletic training."
Finally, Tyler Polumbus worked with the developmentally disabled at the TKO Football camp, and had a blog post detailing his experience. Polumbus noted, "Wow, going into this camp I knew it would be rewarding....but no one could have told me the feelings of joy and excitement we would all get from working with this group. Developmentally disabled kids and adults easily just became my favorite group to work with."
I'm sure I'm missing some things that other players are doing so if you have seen something I haven't, hit me up so I can plug their foundation or charity as well.