Last week’s Sports Philanthropy World Congress was a tremendous success. Take a look at the overviews which were posted by some of our attendees and keep your eyes open as we prepare the photographs and video to post by the end of the month! We appreciate your support of our initiative and look forward to helping you grow your organization!
Stories for week ending August 16, 2019
- August 16, 2019—23 Takeaways from the 2019 Sports Philanthropy World Congress
- August 14, 2019—Aspen: Too much structure in youth sports! Reintroduce free play using Project Play’s Playbook
- August 14, 2019—Washington Post: Josh Norman helps pay bail for immigration activist detained since May
- August 13, 2019—DB Consulting: Non-profit organizations are businesses
- August 13, 2019-–Sustainability Report Newsletter
- August 13, 2019—Only 4% of sports coverage features female athletes.
- August 13, 2019—NBA expands mental health program requiring one mental health professional on staff for every team.
- August 13, 2019—NASCAR driver Corey LaJoie donates months salary to Samaritan’s Feet
- August 13, 2019-–LostBoyzInc helping improve the lives of Chicago youth through baseball.
- August 13, 2019—Codi Miller-McIntryre organizing the $4 The City Back to School Cookout” in Concord NC to raise money and provide kids with school supplies.
- August 12, 2019—Aspen Institute Sports–Project Play shows 62% of kids have giving up on sports. What are we doing wrong?
- August 12, 2019—Ravens host @SafeAltInc Active Minds Learning Camp and the Next Generation Scholars from the Waverly YMCA.
- August 12, 2019—OSEG Foundation in Ottawa hosts future leaders to foster inclusion.
- August 12, 2019—Cal Ripken Foundation works with law enforcement to teach kids how police officers can protect and help them.
- August 11, 2019—ESPN.com–Why cost is keeping kids from playing enough sports
- August 11, 2019—Good Sports partners with @NFLNetwork to bring $580k in new sports gear to youth programs
- August 9, 2019—DB Consulting: Tackle What’s Next: Why Should Nonprofits Partner with Athletes