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Sports Philanthropy Newsstand 8-10-20

As we look ahead to the fall sports seasons, it is becoming apparent that several college conferences will not have football. The Big Ten and Pac-12 seem poised to cancel their seasons, largely based on the health and safety of players, staff and coaches.

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PODCAST: S3:EP6–Michael Schoor, Spirit Basketball League for Special Needs Teens and Young Adults

Join us for S3:EP6 of the Sports Philanthropy Podcast as Michael Schoor, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Spirit Basketball League for Special Needs Teenage Athletes, sits down with our host, Roy Kessel, to discuss his drive to provide a unique and fun experience to special needs athletes and how his history as a coach and a businessman influenced who he is today.

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PODCAST: S3:EP5–Aileen McManamon, 5T Sports Group

Join us for S3:EP5 of the Sports Philanthropy Podcast as Aileen McManamon, Founder & Managing Partner, 5T Sports Group, sits down with our host, Roy Kessel, to discuss about sustainability, the environment and how the sports business industry continues to improve their focus on green initiatives.

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Sports Philanthropy Newsstand 8-3-20

The challenges continue to grow for sports organizations as we head into the fall season. All the preparation and planning for high schools and colleges may be for naught as we observe the requirements of fighting COVID-19.

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PODCAST: S3:EP4–Bernell Hooker, IOU Sports

Join us for S3:EP4 of the Sports Philanthropy Podcast as Bernell Hooker, Founder and CEO of Image of Us (IOU) Sports, sits down with our host, Roy Kessel, to discuss her drive to provide an empowering experience to female athletes and how her history as a coach influenced who she is today.

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Sports Philanthropy Newsstand 7-27-20

MLB baseball cancelled and delayed its first games. We hope that this is not an ominous sign for all of fall sports.

Many states have cancelled fall high school seasons, and colleges are cancelling or delaying their seasons. We see athletes contracting COVID and every sports organization is struggling to figure out how they will be able to implement their programs in the fall.

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Sports Philanthropy Newsstand 7-20-20

As we start getting closer to the fall sports season, the COVID issues are coming back into the spotlight. Fall seasons are being cancelled or delayed, athletes are contracting COVID and many organizations are struggling to figure out how they will be able to implement their programs in the fall.

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PODCAST: S2:EP43–Bryan Zuzga, Sports Philanthropy Network

Join us for S2:EP43 of the Sports Philanthropy Podcast as Bryan Zuzga, Director of Corporate Relations for Sports Philanthropy Network, sits down with our host, Roy Kessel, to discuss Bryan’s extensive career in the sports business industry, sponsorship experience and strategies for bringing sponsors to your events.

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Sports Philanthropy Newsstand 7-6-20

On July 1st we hosted the Sports Philanthropy Town Hall on Racism, Tolerance and Reform. You can see the graphics for the panels and speakers who participated in our event. We had an overflow crowd necessitating a new technology platform and had participants from around the country and even outside of the United States.

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