PPF Programs made possible by your support:

Character Camps: Heroes and coaches from professional sports give underprivileged youth the opportunity to learn the importance of character, purpose and responsibility while simultaneously developing athletic skills.

Feed the Need: A program to fill in the gaps, feed the need not only provides meals to the children and communities we serve in association with all our programs and feeds volunteers at PPF and partner charity events, it is through this program we build and donate bicycles or make dire need grants to individuals who have been unable to find help elsewhere.

Gameplan: A STEM/STEAM focused program designed to positively impact disadvantaged populations by providing access to technology and educational programs which would otherwise be unattainable. Through Gameplan we build and renovate computer and learning labs, implement STEM based software, and create Makerspaces at our nonprofit partner locations

Instant RePlay: Ground up builds or extreme makeovers of sports facilities and playgrounds at our nonprofit partner locations (eg Boys & Girls Club, Salvation Army). These projects give children a place to play and grow and increase enrollment in sports programs and consequently educational and mentoring programing at the beneficiary community center.

Play It Forward (PIF): A program by youth athletes, for youth athletes, PIF High school Chapters at schools across DFW collect and donate new and used sporting equipment to kids in need, ensuring every child in North Texas has the chance to “get in the game.”

We at the Pro Players Foundation want to express our sincerest gratitude for your support. Your generosity has assisted us in our mission to foster the growth and development of disadvantaged children throughout North Texas

Your sponsorship is instrumental in helping us pursue an increased number of projects and programs. We are thrilled about the momentum of our organization and excited about the possibilities of the future.

Thank you for your donation!


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