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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Education, Educational Services

Mission: Organized exclusively for charitable and educational purpose for physical training to the disadvantaged.

Programs: Charitable and educational purpose for physical training to the disadvantaged.

organized eclusively for charitable and educational purpose for physical training to the disadvantaged

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Jonny Imerman     CLOZTALK    ImermanAngels

Client Served

Rating: 5

Beyond Sports has such an important mission of using sport & tutoring to help underserved kids get on a path for job and life success!! Alec Brown the ED is outstanding and so passionate & a great leader!!

GREAT org, GREAT team— the CLOZTALK team is honored to call BSF our partner!!

CLOZTALK team
>> Jonny Imerman, co-founder

Client Served

Rating: 5

As a Student Athlete Beyond Sports Foundation gave me the opportunity to become a better student, athlete and overall man. Beyond Sports allowed me to excel on the football field and in terms of life. Cannot say enough about the positive impact Beyond Sports had on my life.

Thank You BSF!

Review from Guidestar

Former staff

Rating: 5

During my time as a tutor with the Beyond Sports Foundation, I was always impressed by the emphasis the program placed on students finding a balance between their academic and athletic identities. I think it's safe to say that many students entered the program believing they were athletes; by the time they graduated, they knew they were student-athletes, and accomplished ones at that. One-on-one tutoring obviously helped them develop confidence in their academic skills, but I think the community created by the staff, families, and students allowed them to learn about themselves and feel prepared for college.

Review from Guidestar

General Member of the Public

Rating: 1

They give "non-profit" a BAD name! This organization was only set up to feed the bank account of a FOR-PROFIT training facility called EFT in Chicago. They tell people that they get free training and tutoring. Once accepted they tell them that they can only do this "free" training and tutoring at EFT. If they are training or receiving tutoring anywhere else they must leave them to receive benefits. A non-profit should be unbiased and use multiple resources to help people, not use it as a way to make a business more money.

Review from Guidestar