This year Admirals teams will be giving back to the community. We are very excited about making a positive impact in someone else's life while also bringing our teams together. There are many ways you can help!
Community Outreach Liason
To change the way the world views Down syndrome and send a global message of acceptance for all.
We change lives through consistent delivery of free educational, therapeutic-based and career development programs for individuals with Down syndrome, their families and the community, through a replicable playhouse model.
12U A2 have made a "Wish Tree" with families at Gigi's playhouse 2018 and again in 2019!
About FMSC (Feed My Starving Children)
Founded in 1987, Feed My Starving Children (FMSC) is a Christian non-profit that provides nutritionally complete meals specifically formulated for malnourished children.
Feeding God’s starving children hungry in body and spirit.
Our process is simple. Donations given by people just like you fund the meal ingredients. Volunteers hand-pack the meals. Meals are donated to FMSC food partners around the world, where kids are fed and lives are saved!
We;ve had multiple teams volunteer for this great opportunity!
Join in! More spots available! Click Here
The 14U A2 team participated in a mentorship practice with our 8U NIHL team and clothing drive for the World Relief Fund this winter. The kids had a blast and our little Admirals players sure gave our bigger players a run for the money!
MISSION: The basic mission of the Marine Toys for Tots Program is to collect new unwrapped toys and distribute those toys to less fortunate children at Christmas.
GOAL: The primary goal of Marine Toys for Tots is, through the gift of a new toy, help bring the joy of Christmas and send a message of hope to America's less fortunate children.
Every year the 8U teams and In House players take donations at Carol Stream Ice Rink for Toys for Tots.
Bantam A1 collected donations for Moms of Western Burbs annual toy drive benefiting Laurie Childrens Hospital.
Our solution to ending homelessness is
Coupled with Supportive Services
Often this is the last stop. Individuals and families who are homeless are counting on the community to help them, because they don’t know how to help themselves. Though they desperately want to.
The staff at DuPagePads help clients become self-sufficient and find them a home. Case managers teach clients to believe in themselves through learned skills. DuPagePads help each individual know they are valued – even when they think they are not. More than simply a providing a pad and a meal – but a chance at self-sufficiency and pride in supporting themselves.
12U A1 team helped out (provide lunch items, make beds, set tables and pack lunches) This PADS site is Trinity Episcopal Church at 130 N West St. Wheaton, IL 60187.