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All the organizations participating in Ballin' for Charity have selected a charity to support. $1,500 will go to the winner of the Competitive Division, while the Recreational Division will get a $1,000 donation. 

2016 Ballin' for Charity Winners
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for a full list of 2016 attendees!

Winner Charity Division Why did you select this charity?


"As a company full of avid sports fans, Krossover is very familiar with the lessons that can be learned through athletics every day. Crossover Basketball Scholars Academy is a cause that is well-aligned with that philosophy, and we're excited to support them in their mission to teach life skills to children through basketball."


"To help keep SB free and open to all NYC youth!"

2017 Ballin' for Charity Attendees
Learn more about the charities and why each organization is playing for them this year!  

Participant Charity
Why did you select this charity?

"Positive Coaching Alliance is a national non-profit developing "Better Athletes, Better People" by working to provide all youth and high school athletes a positive, character-building youth sports experience. We are excited to share a little of their story with you and help assist them with fundraising this 2016!"

"Mercy Neighborhood Ministries provides resources to low income areas in North Philadelphia - paying particular attention to women, children, and persons with special needs."

"The KIPP Foundation is a member of Namely's employee giving organization, the Namely Cares Fund. The Namely Cares Fund is made up of six charities, all voted on by Namely employees. This year, we would like to support the KIPP Foundation in their mission of helping educationally underserved communities succeed in college and beyond."

"The ACLU has long been one of the most effective organizations defending our constitution. The ACLU was the first to take action when the immigration ban was announced, and they were successful in partially blocking its implementation. 

Banning people of a particular faith or creed, race or identity, sexuality or ethnicity, from entering the U.S. is antithetical to both Lyft's and our nation's core values."

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