The Ravens will honor two winners of the their 2016 Community Quarterback Award and three runners-up before Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. The winners are Gina Truesdale, an Odenton resident who started the Hammy's Heart Program under the Casey Cares Foundation as a way to keep the memory of her son, Abraham, known as "Hammy," alive, and Jeremy Lichtenstein, who was born and raised in Garrett Park, and founded Kids In Need Distributors (KIND) in January 2012 to address childhood hunger in his community. Hammy's Heart provides gift cards to grocery stores for families of critically ill children who are especially challenged by high medical care costs. In just under two years, the organization has provided gift cards to more than 300 families and this year expects to raise close to $12,000. The runners-up are Stacey Samuels Cole of Ellicott City (Potomac Valley Section of the National Council of Negro Women); Lily Densmore, 13, of Baltimore (Blue Ribbon Project); and Vietnam veteran Russell Stewart of Annapolis (Hospice of the Chesapeake). Funded by the NFL Foundation and the Ravens Foundation Inc., the award honors individuals who exhibit leadership, dedication and commitment to bettering their local communities. Winners will receive tickets for himself/herself and a guest, a personalized Ravens jersey and a $3,500 grant to help aid their respective nonprofit organization. Runners-up will receive a $1,000 grant for their respective nonprofit.