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Helping and supporting kids to be their best is what we do. Our programs help make that happen.

Do Good Sports Club is tackling diversity and inclusion in sports by creating programs for kids that provide more access to exclusive sports. In these programs youth will develop skills that will stay with them for the rest of their lives and help achieve academic excellence. Our programs are available to youth from all backgrounds, but our focus includes kids that have been historically absent from sports like golf, tennis, and lacrosse. With our programs, tutoring is available to encourage the importance of academics. In addition to the sports programs we offer, we have opportunities for youth to connect with professional athletes and internship opportunities to help create life skills for a successful future. 


Golf is another long-living sport. Originating in Scotland, the people there have been playing golf since 1552. So why is golf geared toward the wealthy? For one, the equipment can be pretty expensive. A set of average golf clubs could range from $200-$400. Then you’ve got the golf membership to think about. That’s a lot to spend for the average person who wants to have their child try the sport. Our golf program will introduce kids to the sport and teach them the fundamentals.


    Some would say the game of Chess is a sport; it does exercise the mind while you think of strategies and tactics to win. The modern chess game comes from the Indian game of chaturanga, played before the 600s AD. A chess board does not have to be expensive, but the more elaborate boards could bring you into the thousands. Throughout history, people have associated intellect with wealth which could be why there is such a lack of diversity in the chess world. We have an incredible team of high school students in the chess club who want to share their love of the game.