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EVENT DATE: Jun 03, 2018

Youth Wiffle ball tournament to benefit the Travis Roy Foundation Inspired and organized by 12-year old player, Noah Gurdin. Sponsored by Brookline Youth Baseball.

Date: June 3, 2018

Time: 12:30-2:30

Location: Larz Anderson Park, Brookline, MA

Cost: Suggested minimum team donation $225-$250 ($25-$30/player)

Ages: 8-13yrs old

Other Details: Coaches and parents to organize a team of 7-9 players ages 8-13. Opening ceremonies start at 12:30. Concessions available. All proceeds benefit people with spinal cord injuries and spinal cord research.

WHY For my bar mitzvah project, I wanted to help Travis Roy with his mission to raise money for spinal cord research and give people with spinal cord injuries the things they need to live fulfilling lives. I wanted to do a project related to baseball, which is one of my favorite sports. While getting to know Travis, I realized how important his foundation is to many people. I played in his wiffle ball tournament in Vermont last summer and loved it. I thought it would be really fun to do a similar event with kids.

I hope this tournament helps more people know about the foundation. I also hope to raise $1200 or more!

Also, I am amping my efforts by partnering with Positive Tracks – an organization that helps young people make change using the power of athletics. In addition to supporting me and my effort, they are doubling the dollars I raise for (organization or cause) up to $1,000!

Please consider making a team, making a donation, or helping me reach my goal by sharing this on social media or coming to cheer at my event! Or, even better, send an email to friends who might be interested in participating or contributing, and include a link to my page.

ABOUT THE TRAVIS ROY FOUNDATION Visit https://www.travisroyfoundation.org to learn about the foundation's ongoing efforts to enrich the lives of people with spinal cord injuries and their families. 

Team Organizer's Photo

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