The Stronger Together Foundation was established in 2016 to create opportunities for children who wanted to participate in youth sports. Anne Sievers and Rylan Adams set out to set up a foundation that would benefit any child in need of financial assistance to play a sport.
Together they saw a much-needed program to help take action against the ever-growing sports industry that is in today’s society. Many children throughout the country are unable to participate in organized sports or camps because of financial reasons; we wanted to offer that relief for those families need.
The program originally started with a shirt sale that benefited a family that went through cancer. Our first ever event generated enough money to help pay for their son and daughter to continue playing sports for the year, as well as give financial support to the family for bills.
Since our first event we have since had multiple shirt sales for other families in need of help and created 5 fundraisers that run throughout the year, which include; a Basketball Tournament, a Family 5K Run & Walk, a Golf Tournament, a 3v3 Soccer Tournament, and a Volleyball Tournament. As Stronger Together continues to grow we want to create more fundraisers throughout the year, generate more funds, and we hope to impact more and more kids each year.
Annually, our goal is to impact between 50 – 75 kids and create opportunities for them that would never be possible.
Find out more about supporting our cause and helping us to reach our goal! We need you!
It’s really easy to help! Just click the donate button below and you can choose the amount you would like to contribute (via PayPal). Thank you for your support.
We are proud to announce that the scholarship will be coming up very soon. If you would like to apply, then click here. Thanks.
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“My decision to sponsor a child through the Stronger Together Foundation is about connecting. In particular, connecting a child with the sport he or she loves but is unable to participate in lessons, games, etc. due to financial constraints.”