EMPOWERMENT THROUGH SPORTS
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 477
PO BOX 1027 Higley AZ 85236 USA
Mission Statement Our mission is to "EMPOWER" the lives of our participants and their families. Empowerment Through Sports (ETS) desires to be a cornerstone of support in helping shape the lives of our young participants and their families through the medium of sports. We want to make sure that as we strive to "change the face of sports, one kid at a time", that we are as well building health, confidence, and character into all of the lives we encounter. The focal point is on Faith, Family, and Community (FFC), our behaviors need to cause positive experiences for kids and parents! Winning to us is about much more than the outcome of a sporting event, because we care that your family "wins" in their relationship with God through Christ. ETS strives to create lifelong partnerships with our members, hence It is very important to concretely solidify relationships with churches, school districts, and other potential community partners. We pledge to ensure that we provide a safe sports environment for our community and truly show our community that the benefit of recreation is endless! We infuse the Gospel of Jesus Christ into our interaction with the children and their families!
Our programs help children learn the importance of discipline, integrity, respect, and honor through sports interaction.
Direct beneficiaries per year:
163 Student-Athletes and their families
Geographic areas served:
The Mission has begun in Arizona
- Education/Tutoring - Mentorship - Sports Training - Recreation - Counseling - Community Service
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ETS, Empowerment Through Sports is a group that has dedicated themselves to making a difference in the communities that it serves. They are all so passionate about their interaction with the children. It's just so unfortunate that they have a lack of volunteerism!
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