Providing Sports & Recreational Opportunites
For Central Florida’s Financially Disadvantaged Youth
November 27, 2018
Note from S4TK President Danny Trosset:
To my Family, Friends, S4TK Kids, Program Providers and community,
Yesterday, I found out that our Sports 4 The Kids office had been broken into and vandalized over the weekend. The office has been completely destroyed, every window was shattered, and computers broken. It’s really sad to think that someone could be so cruel and destructive and destroy something that we have worked so hard to build to give kids a chance to play sports. I pray for the people that did this and hope they find the help they need.
We will move forward and continue in fulfilling our mission and serving our community. There are many children who need our help and we are not going to let this stop us or slow us down.
Since this is the second time this has happened, we will be looking for a new place to call home. If you have or know of office space to donate to Sports 4 the Kids, please let me know. Ideally we need approximately 1,200-1,500 square feet of air-conditioned space.
Please consider donating to S4TK Go Fund Me as we try to restore and rebuild what was destroyed and taken from us by a senseless act of vandalism. No gift is too small. Thank you to everyone who has reached out over the past 24 hours. Your kindness means the world to me and I am very grateful to have so many people support our efforts in helping kids in our community. God bless you all.
4 The Kids,
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At Sports 4 the Kids, a 501(c)3 non-for-profit organization, we are dedicated to removing the financial barriers of youth sports programs and provide recreational opportunities throughout Central Florida for children in need. We believe every child deserves a chance to participate in athletics and it is our goal at Sports 4 the Kids to ensure we work together as a community to give children these opportunities.
With approximately 10,000 homeless children in the Central Florida area, these kids are never provided an opportunity to participate in sports due to the cost of registration fees and the equipment required. We believe that participation in youth sports can help many of these children get through this difficult time of transition. Click here to learn more about how you can get involved.