We are extremely grateful for the compassion, generosity, and dedication of our valued partners. Bringing our vision to life would not have been possible without you. Your support has enabled us to serve underprivileged youth in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area as well as in developing countries in Africa. With your support, Every Kid Plays Foundation has sponsored schools, organized sports leagues and literacy foundations in countries like Kenya and Liberia. On behalf of the youth and the communities we serve, we thank you sincerely for your unwavering support.
EKP partnered with Dysart High School to help raise money for new basketball jerseys for their freshman, Junior Varsity, and Varsity Basketball teams.
EKP raised funds for SRHS to help them purchase a Tennis Lobster Elite Grand IV portable ball machine and wireless remote for their tennis team at the school.
EKP had the pleasure of working with Valley Vista High School to grant funds to allow them to purchase new weight room equipment as well as personal and team equipment related to VVHS’ volleyball, basketball, softball, baseball, swim, and golf team.
Every Kid Plays Foundation was able to grant funds to Willow Canyon high school to allow the school to purchase much-needed equipment for their basketball, baseball, and tennis programs.
EKP had the amazing honor of participating in Bourgade Catholic’s “Adopt an Athlete Participation Fee Scholarship Program” where the foundation was able to grant money to the school to waive sports participation fees for a large number of students unable to pay the fees otherwise.
The Every Kid Plays Foundation had the pleasure of supporting PDSD with grant funds to help the school in their quest to put in a new basketball court on the campus as well as update outdated and dangerous football equipment. With extra funds available, the school was also able to update is athletic equipment and weight training room. EKP and Phoenix Day School for the Deaf, was also able to put on a “knock out bullying” event in 2015. Over 200 kids from PDSD were able to hear from other athletes and have a workshop on how they can stop and protect the harmful effects of bullying.