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Nonprofit Overview

Causes: Basketball, Sports

Mission: To provide young people the opportunity to learn the game of basketball and have an opportunity to participate on competitive basketball teams.

Programs: Colorado titans program services and revenue sources the colorado titans basketball club had an outstanding year in 2014. We completed our fifth year as a 501(c)3 non-profit corporation. The organization fielded 13 teams for 2014 and they were the following: u17's - two teams u16's - two teams u15's - three teams u14's - two teams u13's - two teams u12's - two teams our teams were mostly comprised of 9 to 10 players with the exceptions of the u13 gold and u12 gold as we had multiple dual sport athletes. During the 2014 season, 151 boys aged 12 to 18 participated in our titans basketball program. Tryouts begin in mid-march where we had a record number of 182 players tryout for our respective teams. Our season begins in april playing locally around the denver metropolitan area and concludes with our top teams traveling to las vegas in late july. In 2014 we traveled with the following teams: july 9th - 13th; milwaukee, wi; u17 gold, u16 gold, u16 black, and u15 gold july 16th - 20st; anaheim, ca; u17 gold, u16 gold, u16 black, and u15 gold july 23th - 27th; las vegas, nv; u17 gold, u17 black, u16 gold, u16 black, u15 gold, u14 gold, u13 gold our teams play anywhere between 9 to 10 tournaments throughout the months of april, may and july. We take a break after our last tournament that concludes on may 18th and resume practices on june 23rd. The reason for our break is to allow our players to go join their high school programs, enjoy other basketball camps, and take family vacations without missing practice and or tournaments. During the months that we are playing each team in our program practices 2 to 3 times per week. We focus on individual play and team concepts. Our program is geared to make these players the best basketball player that they can be while becoming young men the colorado titans basketball club charges the families of our players the following fees to participate in our program: coaching and director tournament entry practice gym rental uniforms and player gear coaches gear airfare lodging transportation overhead costs/office supplies insurance the following was the breakdown for the 2014 season: u17 gold - 3800 u17 black - 2400 u16 gold - 3800 u16 black - 3800 u15 gold - 3800 u15 black - 1600 u15 white - 1600 u14 gold - 2400 u14 black - 1600 u13 gold - 1600 u13 black - 1600 u12 gold - 1600 u12 black - 1600 we solicit donations from local businesses to offset some scholarship requests from individual players and/or reduce some national travel costs. Our mission is to provide 12-18 year old boys the opportunity to learn the game of basketball and grow and mature as people and players through this experience. The 22 current titans coaches emphasize individual skill development, teach team fundamentals, and require all players to give 100% effort defensively. We expect our teams to compete at the highest level, and the coaches to distribute playing time with that goal in mind. The colorado titans commit to developing players through hard work, practice, and inspired coaching.

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