Hoops For Youth
Hoopin' It Up For A Brighter Tomorrow
Hoops For Youth Foundation is a not-for-profit organization that supports at-risk kids in our communities. We provide the most basic tools that young people need to help them play team sports and face the many challenges of growing up in communities plagued by poverty and crime. Through our efforts we offer kids, who may not get the love and support they need at home, an opportunity to grow and develop in a safe environment.
SAVE THE DATE
22nd annual congressional basketball game
Recent Success Stories
Nov 12, 2020
Thanksgiving Meal Delivery
We are teaming up with the National Institute for Lobbying & Ethics and the Healthy Babies Project to deliver Thanksgiving dinner to 60 families in the DMV.
May 15, 2020
Dakota Crews Graduation
Dakota, who is an amazing woman, is the first person to graduate from college with the help of the Hoops for Youth Foundation's Jim Lyons Scholarship. We miss Jim everyday. Through his passing we celebrate Dakota today. Dakota is an inspiration. Congratulations Dakota!!! We are so proud of you.
May 27, 2020
PPE Delivery to Healthy Babies
Paul Miller works with Lauren and Cybele, with Healthy Babies to make sure families have the needed PPE supplies.
May 11, 2020
2,000 Face Masks Delivered
The team at the Hoops For Youth Foundation is out early this morning delivering 2,000 masks to our charitable partners.
May 18, 2020
The Hoops for Youth Foundation team is out delivering masks, gloves, and face shields to our charitable partners. Thanks to our supporters for helping us make a real difference!
There isn't a more rewarding organization to be a part of than one that has done so much to create so many opportunities for the youth of Washington D.C. This is a place where making a difference takes priority over partisanship and the petty divisiveness that oftentimes stands in the way of true progress. Nothing is more inspiring than seeing all of these kids come to the event every year with their energy and positivity to cheer us on as we try and be a difference-maker in their lives.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
— Kurt Bardella, MSNBC Contributor