Beat the Streets kicks off 2021 Year-End campaign
Help BTS celebrate another successful year by donating, so BTS can continue impacting student athletes on and off the mat.
Today is Giving Tuesday!
Today, we’re celebrating the many successes we achieved through the challenges of this year by officially kicking off our Year-End campaign. This past year has demonstrated that our student athletes and their coaches need us now more than ever, and I’m excited to share some examples of what we have achieved together in our Year-End campaign site here. In this campaign, you’ll meet Alessandra Elliott, a student at Tottenville who became the 16U Champion at the prestigious Fargo National Championships in July, and Isaias Torres, a student at Grand Street who has become the New York middle school champion before becoming a city champion as a high school sophomore and state medalist as a junior. Stay tuned for additional interviews with these exceptional student-athletes.
You’ll also be able to see some impact numbers from our Academy program, which helps students reach their full potential on and off the mat. I hope you will help us celebrate another successful year by donating to BTS today, so we can continue impacting these student athletes in the New Year and beyond.
Our goal is to raise $100,000 before the end of 2021, so please support the campaign by donating and sharing with your family, friends, and colleagues. If you would like to create your own personalized fundraising page, you can do so by clicking ‘Become a Fundraiser’ on the campaign page. If you need any assistance setting this up, please contact Kerry Doyle, BTS Fund Development Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you, as always, for your support! We would not be able to impact 2,500 student athletes in NYC without you.
Beat the Streets Executive Director