Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I need your help. The team I coach, the amazing Metro Boston Girls AAU team captured the AAU National Championship on July 13th 2016 and we have been invited back to the AAU Nationals this year. We are looking for donations that will allow us to travel and participate in the AAU Nationals in Lexington Kentucky on July 5, 2017.
Dream Big!, a fabulous charity that works to empower girls in underserved communities through sports, has agreed to match up to $1000 in all donations made on this page over the next two weeks to help us fund the trip.
Please help us today in congratulating the Metro Boston Girls AAU Program on the AAU National Title. These student-athletes are from low income communities in the city of Boston and they are hoping to go play in the AAU National Tournament in Lexington Kentucky. With this great opportunity they will get to play in front of some of the top college and prep school programs in the country with a chance to secure a college or prep school scholarship. If you could please help us out that would be great. No donation is too big or small. We need all we can get and thanks to Dream Big! your donation will be doubled if you donate right away.
Please join me and Dream Big! in helping to send the Metro Boston AAU Program to the AAU National Tournament in Lexington Kentucky in July.
Thank You Sincerely,
Coach Greg Berry
Metro Boston Girls Basketball
Dream Big! Info:
Dream Big! partners with organizations, schools and community sports programs to identify and fulfill the sport equipment, athletic footwear, uniforms, sports attire, training opportunities and program fee needs of girls, and the programs that serve them, from low-income situations, in elementary, junior high, high school and college in order to help them engage in sports and physical activities that contribute to their health, education and overall well-being.
Since 2010 Dream Big! equipment grants, program scholarships, sports clinics, college showcases and the annual Dream Big! Leadership Conferences have had a direct impact on over 20,000 girls from economically disadvantaged communities.