Sport for Good | September 30 - October 16, 2023

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September 30 – October 16, 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.

There is so much good going on in the sports community! From growing girl’s basketball, NIL deal donations, World Mental Health Day, charity golf events, and more, here are five articles the AFH team has read over the past three weeks that you may have missed.

“Since starting in 2021, Kidd Select has helped 100 girls each year. Even more impressive? A hundred percent of the girls have gone on to Division 1, 2, or 3 programs.”


Read the full article on boardroom.tv.

“Rob Gronkowski and Camille Kostek have teamed up to launch a new digital sweepstakes platform called Voomerang. The couple’s mission with the site is to revolutionize how the 1.5 million charities across the U.S. reach vital new audiences by pairing participating celebrities and their charities of choice with fun, give-back initiatives.”


Read the full article on forbes.com.

“As a part of an NIL deal with Panini America that was able to auction off a card of Manning, the former five-star donated all of the proceeds from the sale to the Ronald McDonald House Charities.”


Read the full article on si.com.

“Olympics.com spoke to the biggest stars across different sports for World Mental Health Day to find out their strategies for calming the mind and why anyone can experience the same feelings, from training in the gym to working in an office.”


Read the full article on olympics.com.

“All Cleveland Coffee teamed up with the agency. For every bag of coffee that was sold, four meals were donated to the Greater Cleveland Food Bank. Fifteen percent of the proceeds from the outing itself went to GCFB.”


Read the full article on si.com.