What We’re Reading
July 8 – August 2, 2023
Every day, athletes all over the world are doing incredible work in their communities by giving back, creating opportunities for those less fortunate, and making connections that will last a lifetime.
Every day, athletes all over the world are doing incredible work in their communities by giving back, creating opportunities for those less fortunate, and making connections that will last a lifetime. Here are five articles the AFH team has read over the past three weeks that you may have missed.
“Forty-four Women’s World Cup players, led by the Denmark international Sofie Junge Pedersen, have committed to taking climate action over the flights taken to and from Australia and New Zealand for the tournament.”
Read the full article on theguardian.com.
“The national team players announced they will donate a percentage of their World Cup bonuses to grassroots girls’ soccer organizations in Germany.”
Read the full article on sportsbusinessjournal.com
“Olsen presented a $300,000 check to MUSC’s Shawn Jenkins Children’s Hospital on July 28 to assist pediatric cardiology patients and their families with the transition between the hospital and home care.”
Read the full article on the postandcourier.com.
“His new charitable organization, the Second Round Foundation, hosted a golf tournament Thursday at the Twin Orchard Country Club in the northwest suburbs of Chicago, roughly five miles from Stevenson High.”
Read the full article on forbes.com.
“As part of the announcement, Manning’s first Paninin trading card went to auction with 100% of the proceeds going to a Central Texas non-profit with the help of St. David’s HealthCare and St. David’s Foundation.”
Read the full article on foxbusiness.com.