About Off the Field Player’s Wives Association
Who we are
Off the Field is the national football player wives association comprised of talented and diverse wives of active and retired professional football players. Our mission is to unite and empower our members to perform and support philanthropic initiatives that enhance the quality of life for families in our communities.
How we got started
Off the field was established on February 16, 2006, in Washington D.C., as a national non-profit organization. The organization is comprised solely of the spouses of active and retired NFL players. OTF is a 501©(3) charitable organization that strives to be a resource to its members and their communities. The purpose of the OTF is to have an alliance of women within a network who are fully committed to collectively affect change within themselves as well as their surrounding communities.
Through its dedication to create awareness of children and family needs in communities, and raise funds for local and national charitable organizations that emphasize strengthening the family unit, OTF has contributed more than $525,000 to various charitable organizations since its inception.
Off the Field goals include, but are not limited to:
Raising funds and delivering them into the hands of service providers, including hospitals and non-profits who support children and families in a variety of ways.
Support members with important updates and create innovative and exciting community and fundraising events such as our successful annual fashion show.
Tamara A. George
Rebecca M. Gilmore
Na-Quishia L.K. Jones
Shannon St. Clair
Hall of Fame Members