HKPS Donates $500 to Oviedo Sports & Recreation

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Pictured L to R: Sean Fitzgerald (Events Manager-Oviedo Parks & Recreation), Lance Ragland (HKPS Co-Founder)

Lance Ragland, co-founder of HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS), proudly presented a donation of $500 to Oviedo Parks & Recreation. The funds were given to help waive fees for deserving kids who want to play youth sports but can't afford to pay.

Oviedo Parks & Recreation offers the following sports as part of their programs; tennis, baseball/softball, basketball, cheerleading, flag football, football, soccer & volleyball.

The donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support. Help Kids Play Sports!


HKPS Donates to the Sanford Youth Sports Association

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HKPS Donates $500 to CHB Basketball

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 L to R: Lance Ragland (HKPS), Jermaine Ashley, Krystal Kitts, Jason Kitts, James Rudolph (HKPS)

HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) recently donated $500 to CHB Basketball (http://www.chball.com.prod.sportngin.com/home) to waive fees for underfunded kids. CHB is a local non-profit organization that focuses on developing student athletes. Their purpose is to provide them with an experience that fosters positive self-esteem, teamwork, and individual growth through personal achievement and as a team member. 

This donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support.

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HKPS Donates $500 to Class Athlete

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Pictured L to R: James Rudolph (HKPS), Kevin Masih (HKPS), Roy Bova (Class Athlete) & Lance Ragland (HKPS).

This past month, HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) made a fourth annual donation of $500 to Class Athlete to help waive registration fees for underfunded kids. The check was presented to Roy Bova, the founder and CEO of Class Athlete, Inc.

Bova founded the youth sports organization nearly ten years ago, to create an outlet in the Casselberry/Winter Springs/Oviedo community. Class Athlete facilitates over 1,000 student athletes in Soccer, flag football, and basketball. For more information on Class Athlete, go to (www.classathlete.com).

The donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support.

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Pop Warner Football & Cheer Receive 3rd Annual Donation

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Pictured L to R: James Rudolph (HKPS), Kevin Masih (HKPS), Aida Campbell (Pop Warner), Lance Ragland (HKPS)

HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) proudly presented Lake Howell Pop Warner Football & Cheer with a 3rd annual donation of $500. The funds were given to help waive expenses for deserving kids who want to participate in football or cheer, but are finding it difficult to pay. The Hawks are part of the Pop Warner Youth football and cheer program and a member of the Mid Florida Division. This donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support. 


Oviedo YMCA Receives $1,000 Donation from HKPS

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L to R: James Rudolph, Kevin Masih, Sarah Parker, Lance Ragland.

HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) recently presented the Oviedo YMCA with a donation of $1,000. This is the third year HKPS has made a donation. The funds were given to specifically help waive league fees for deserving kids who want to play in the Y sports programs but can't afford to pay. Kevin Masih, founder of HKPS, Lance Ragland, co-founder, James Rudolph, co-founder presented the check to YMCA Youth Director, Sarah Parker. For more information on youth sports at the Y, go to www.ymcacentralflorida.com. This donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support.

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3rd Annual Donation to Orlando Tennis Centre

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Pictured left to right: Kevin Masih, Tom Sweitzer.

On Wimbledon Final weekend, HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) fittingly donated $500 to help support underfunded deserving youth tennis players at the Orlando Tennis Centre. Thomas Sweitzer, USPTA Master Pro and director at Orlando Tennis Centre, accepted the donation. Support like this is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support. 

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HKPS Receives Donation

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A huge thank you to Lance & Keri Ragland and all the participants, sponsors and volunteers at the 12th Annual Kevin E. Watson Memorial Golf Event. Over $3,100 was raised and donated to HelpKidsPlaySports.org. The donation will help local underfunded youth cover their youth sport league fees. Help kids play sports!


CF Gliders Receive $500 Donation for 2017

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 Kevin Masih, president of HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) announced today that the Central Florida Gliders received a 3rd annual donation of $500. The funds were given to help waive fees for deserving kids who want to participate in track or cross country, but are finding it difficult to pay.Founded in 1989 by Craig Wise, the Gliders are an Altamonte Springs nonprofit Track & Field/Cross Country Club serving young athletes in our area. 


The Gliders and Gliders' alumni have achieved success in local, state, national, and international competition and is open to boys and girls age 9 and older. The club is run by volunteer coaches, assistants and parents. For more information, go to www.cfgliders.com. Their 24th Annual Spring Track Classic recently took place last month at Lake Brantley High.

This donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support.

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2017 HelpKidsPlaySports.org Fundraising Blitz Has Begun

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The 2017 HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) Online Fundraising Blitz has begun. Donate today!

Since 2014, HKPS has raised funds that have helped hundreds of kids participate in various youth leagues and programs. Without these funds, they may not have been able to participate. HKPS hopes to raise over $20,000 in 2017 starting with the online fundraising blitz. "The donations we make to various youth sports leagues to help waive league fees for kids is made possible by donations from our supporters and various fundraisers," stated Kevin Masih, HKPS founder. "We thank each an everyone who supported us last year and hope to grow that support in 2017. It is our promise to continue our mission and help more and more deserving kids get and stay in the game."

Here's how you can help:

Option 1) Donate to HelpKidsPlaySports.org

Option 2) Post the info graphic on left to social media with your own personal message about our online blitz and how the cause is important to you. Ask for donations and/or to share the post.

Option 3) Send the info graphic at left via email to friends and colleagues with a personal message about our annual online blitz asking for donations.

Option 4) Send/Post the following link where young athletes can set up and organize a "Kids4Kids" drive where they can raise money for HelpKidsPlaySports.org without the hassle of collecting checks etc. https://www.crowdrise.com/helpkidsplaysports  This will help kids learn the meaning of giving.

Option 5) Send/Post the following link where people can do their shopping at Amazon.com and .5% of what they purchase is donated to HelpKidsPlaySports.org by Amazon! http://smile.amazon.com/ch/46-4513276


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Lake Howell Baseball Donates $500 to HelpKidsPlaySports.org

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Huge thank you to the players, parents and coaches at Lake Howell High School Baseball. Today, we recognized a donation made on behalf of the team. $500 was donated to HelpKidsPlaySports.org to help waive youth sports fees for underfunded young athletes in our area. Good luck with your season. Go Hawks!


2016 HKPS Year in Review

As we begin 2017, we want to thank everyone who helped support HelpKidsPlaySports.org in 2016. The result of that support was that we were able to help 12 different youth sport organizations waive fees for underfunded kids. Below is a posting of our 2016 donations. Help kids play sports!2016_Review.jpg


WSBL & SOYFA Receive $500 Each in 2016 from HKPS

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At the end of 2016, HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) donated $500 each to the South Orlando Youth Football Association (SOYFA.org) and the WSBL Sunshine Youth Sports (WSBL.com) to help waive registration fees for underfunded kids.


The donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support. Help Kids Play Sports!


Oviedo Little League Supported for 3rd Straight Year

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HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) proudly presented Oviedo Little League(OLL) with a recent donation of $500. The funds were given to help waive fees for deserving kids who want to play Little League but can't afford to pay. Oviedo Little League serves about 300-400 families and players. This is the third consecutive year HKPS has donated to OLL.

For more information on Oviedo Little League Baseball & Softball, go to www.oviedolittleleague.com .

The donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support. Help Kids Play Sports!


CHAPS Receives 2nd Annual Donation

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HelpKidsPlaySports.org (HKPS) made a 2nd annual donation of $500 to the Center for Horsemanship And Personal Success (CHAPS) to help waive participation fees for underfunded local youth in need of equine therapy.

CHAPS, based in Sanford, FL, is a 501c(3) non-profit charitable organization dedicated to educating, empowering and enriching the community through therapeutic riding programs for youth."Therapeutic horseback riding is the use of horses and equine-assisted activities in order to achieve goals that enhance physical, emotional, social, cognitive, behavioral and educational skills for people who have disabilities," stated Lori Johnson, a PATH Certified Riding Instructor at CHAPS. For more information on the program, go to www.chapscenter.com.

The donation is made possible by supporters of HKPS--donations like these are a result of their generosity and support.


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