Hoops Madness Fundraiser Coming April 21

At MVP, our mission is to award 300 scholarships every year to deserving children whose parents or legal guardians can’t afford summer camp. For these children MVP is truly a life expanding experience, and we believe the 500 campers from paying families also benefit. In Westchester’s towns and cities, families with significant resources live more and more separate lives from those of modest means, a trend for which sociologists have given a sport’s-related phrase: “the skyboxification of America.” We believe this trend weakens our communities.

We’re calling on all basketball-loving families to support our mission. Spend the evening of Sat., April 21 at MVP’s Hoops Madness family night at the School of the Holy Child, 2225 Westchester Ave. in Rye. Enjoy great food at the event and enter basketball contests for the whole family. Your support, no matter how small or large, is an investment in our children and in the communities where we live. We also invite you to make a donation in lieu of attending if you can’t make the event.

Ticket Prices (plus links to online enrollment below):
Admission is just $15 per person or $50 for a family of four or more, in advance or at the door. The admission price includes food, soft drinks, beer, and wine. There is an additional $10 charge per basketball contest entered. We encourage you to buy punch-cards for multiple entries into these contests.

Contests will include Free Throw and 3-point Shooting and will be organized by age group including an adult division.There will also be a parent/child two-ball skills competition. Anyone can enter an event more than once to try to improve their score and qualify for great prizes at the end of the night.

We also have Corporate sponsorship levels and gladly accept in-kind donations for food, drink, raffle, and auction items. Please call Camp Director John Nemsick at (914) 262-9988 for more information.

Buys tickets, punch-cards, and more here: 
Hoops Madness Online Registration
Make an online donation in lieu of attending
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