Proceeds benefit Sticks For Soldiers, Inc.
Based on 0 Total Points (Goals + Assists + Ground Balls), each worth $0
Pledge to the Riverview HS girls team as we support Sticks for Soldiers to raise awareness and financial support for a local veteran. At this event, the girls will play one game. We are asking fans and community members to pledge a donation for our total points (Goals + Assists + Ground Balls) during the girls game against Cardinal Mooney on March 21st. In addition, a simple flat contribution is also welcome. Click the “pledge now” button to make your contribution.
NOTE: While the page shows a girls game on 3/20 there is no girls game that day as part of Sticks for Soldiers.
Also, be sure to check out where our team stands on the 2020 Sticks for Soldiers leaderboard.
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This campaign benefits
Sticks For Soldiers is a non-profit high school charity lacrosse tournament held in Fairfield, Connecticut to raise money for wounded troops. Held on Thanksgiving Saturday, it is sponsored by the Fairfield Ludlowe High School lacrosse team. The primary mission of the tournament is to provide support and give thanks to the service men and women who put their lives on the line and sacrifice for our country. A secondary objective is to create awareness among high school athletes to the sacrifices being made by people just a few years older than themselves. Through their play and fundraising participation, the athletes demonstrate their tangible thanks and support. Started in 2006, the idea came from long-time lacrosse advocate Mike Voucas with support by Fairfield Ludlowe Head Coach Chris Parisi and a number of dedicated volunteers. The tournament and related fund-raising efforts have now raised over $1 million in 13 years and $35K in 2 years in Florida. Sticks For Soldiers, Inc. is established under the IRS code for a 501c3 non-profit charity. FEIN 46-0962202. www.sticksforsoldiers.org
Contributions made to this campaign are tax-deductible.View Website