The Ravens have been busy in the community

A handful of Ravens have been really busy in the Baltimore community and they still plan to do a lot more before the holiday season is over.

Anquan Boldin was already been named Sporting Generosities' Player of the Month and a bunch of Ravens teamed up on December 21, to make a difference.

Here's what they accomplished:

T.J. Houshmandzadeh visited Robert C. Marshall Recreation Center (Balitmore, Md.) to distribute Christmas dinner baskets to 84 Baltimore-area families, headed by single mothers. The Ravens' wide receiver partnered with Giant Food, the official supermarket partner of the Baltimore Ravens, to provide dinner baskets that will include a turkey, a ham and ample side dishes.

Joe Flacco joined teammates, Ravens cheerleaders and mascot Poe at Union Memorial Hospital (Baltimore, Md.), a division of MedStar Health, the official medical partner of the Baltimore Ravens.

Domonique Foxworth treated 50 youths to a Barnes & Noble shopping event in the Inner Harbor. Each child will be able to pick out $50 worth of reading material in addition to a special gift picked by the Maryland-native. Foxworth was joined by teammates, Ravens cheerleaders and mascot Poe.

Willis McGahee hosted his fourth-annual Gift of Giving event for Howard County children in need at the Hilton Homewood Suites (Columbia, Md.). McGahee was joined by fellow running back Ray Rice as the children and their families were treated to a seated meal and the kids were able to choose gifts for themselves and one for a loved one.