The New York Red Bulls, are dedicated to giving back to the community in which they live and work. Through the involvement of Red Bulls players, coaches and staff, along with the support of their fans, they seek to make a positive impact in the community on and off the field.
11 Days of Service
The Red Bulls created the 11 days of Service initiative to run in conjunction with September 11 – the national day of service and remembrance.
Rather than participate in just one day of service, the New York Red Bulls will participate in 11 different community activations as a tribute to the 9/11 victims, survivors, and those who rose up in service in response to the attacks on September 11, 2001.
Freestyle Crew School Initiatives
The New York Red Bulls Freestyle Crew School Initiatives include Anti-Bullying Programs, Nutrition and Healthy Lifestyle Tips, Giveaways and Freestyler Autograph Signings.
The New York Red Bulls are looking to engage with kids in the local community through tips and tricks at schools. The talented Freestyle Crew will demonstrate their tricks and talent while telling stories about overcoming bullying and how they live healthy lifestyles.
Kicks for Kids
The Kicks for Kids programs began in 1996 in an effort to assist Major League Soccer teams reach out to various local charities that serve our community. The Kicks for Kids program provides tickets for various home matches at Red Bull Arena throughout the season.
To participate in Kicks for Kids, your organization must be a 501(c)3 charitable organization with the commitment to providing lasting, captivating memories and opportunities to those who benefit from your organization.