Cliff Robinson is proud to announce that he has joined the Athletes for CARE organization. Athletes For CARE (A4C) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating a community where athletes can find support, opportunity and purpose in life after a career in sports.  They are an organization founded by a group of pro athletes who are uniting as one voice to advocate for research, education, and compassion when addressing important health issues facing athletes and the public at large.

Other members of the organization include (for pictures and bios of each athlete, click this link here):

Charlie Adams
Julie Anthony
Chris Borland
Eben Britton
Riley Cote
Greta Gaines
Marques Harris
Todd Herremans
Nate Jackson
Treyous Jarrells
Floyd Landis
Matt Lashoff
Leonard Marshall
Grant Mattos
Darren McCarty
Jim McMahon
Eugene Monroe
Derrick Morgan
Lorenzo Neal
Jake Plummer
Bas Rutten
Frank Shamrock
Shaun Smith
Rick Upchurch
Demetrin Veal
Marvin Washington

It can be difficult for a retired professional athlete to find their place in the world after their playing career is over. Having a support group can often make a very big difference in professional athlete’s lives. Athletes for CARE is an organization created by athletes, for athletes. Other professional athletes are encouraged to join the organization. To find out more about Athletes for CARE, check out their website, and follow them on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Google Plus.