Family Fitness Fundraiser at Premier Sports Performance

 Alex Lopez, PSP owner/trainer, second from left. Most of the participants of Sunday's Fitness FUNdraiser are pictured. Thanks to all who participated!  

 A health conscious group gathered on Sunday, May 18 at Premier Sports Performance (PSP) in Longwood, FL to raise money for (HKPS). Alex Lopez, owner of PSP, expertly energized and trained the group (ages 9-50) for well over an hour. Attendees were also given individual instruction on how to properly perform certain exercises, correcting improper technique that could lead to injury. For more information on PSP, go to

Thanks to Alex and all the participants, HKPS raised enough money to help about 6 kids pay for league fees that they might not have been able to afford otherwise. Help kids play sports!

HKPS associates in attendance were James Rudolph, co-founder & treasurer as well as Jamie Yasko-Mangum, associate member.

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Read more Donates Baseball Gear to Oviedo Challenger Baseball recently donated baseball gear to the Oviedo Challenger Baseball League. Jill Woodard, the league's vice president in charge of the league for kids with special needs, said the program allows children with all kinds of disabilities onto the field where they can play T-ball, or Coach-Pitch games with the help of volunteer "buddies." Should you be interested in donating baseball gear directly to the league or wish to learn more, please email Kathleen Williams at [email protected] or call Jill Woodard at 407-687-8464.

Inaugural Badminton & Table Tennis Fundraiser a Success

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 L to R: Table Tennis Champ, Patrick Frandji, Kevin Masih (Founder of, Maneesh Gossain, Runner-Up.

L to R: Hendry, Rob & Robert from ClearOne Badminton Center. This FUNdraiser made possible because of their generosity.

Nearly 50 people showed up this past Sunday to have some fun while supporting the cause. All proceeds from the event will go to various youth sports organizations in Northeast Orlando to help kids play sports who can't afford participation fees. Special thanks to Rob Bentley and the folks at ClearOne Badminton Center.

Participants enjoyed an evening of badminton and table tennis as well as some friendly competition. "Oohhs" and "Aahhs" were heard from the crowd when the ClearOne badminton professional, Hendry Winarto,  gave a demo on what competitive badminton looks like.

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Online campaign to launch 2/1/2014 announced today that their online donation campaign will commence on February 1, 2014. Donations will be made online at and used for youth sports scholarships based on need.

Donations are tax deductible. Now Forming

hkps_2.pngThe Board of Directors for is now being formed. Members from around the community will be invited to take a leadership role in our nonprofit organization. Associates will be volunteers and support the cause in a variety of ways. If you are interested in serving, please call Kevin Masih at 407-588-7063.

Help kids play sports!