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CRESCENTS FUND

Donations to the Crescents Fund provide the resources needed to grow and strengthen the Brooklyn Crescents Lacrosse Club. 100% of your donation goes to improving and expanding our programs and services.

Funds will be used to fund player scholarships and equipment grants, support volunteer coach training and development, and provide resources for community outreach, and special opportunities for all players. The Brooklyn Crescents Lacrosse Club was founded with a commitment to never turn a child away for financial reasons. The Club remains firmly committed to providing quality lacrosse instruction in a positive, constructive team environment to all children who want to play the game.

Checks should be made out to Crescents Athletics Inc. and sent to:
Brooklyn Crescents Lacrosse Club, C/O Jen Nardi 316 Fulle Dr. Valley Cottage, NY 10989

Crescents Athletics Inc. is a not-for-profit organization (Tax ID # 06-1794749), in compliance with IRS Code Section 170, all contributions are tax-deductible.

 

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WHERE DOES IT GO

Scholarship
Dollars
Coach Training
Dollars
Free Clinic
Dollars
End of Season Banquet
Dollars

WHY IT'S IMPORTANT

Develops Self-Esteem

A high-five, pat on the back, thumbs up, or even a nod of approval – these are simple gestures that can help build confidence in kids. You’ll often see these signals come from teammates and coaches when they want to recognize someone for a job well done. Kids also develop self-confidence the more they learn about themselves and their abilities.

 

“The evidence supporting sports participation for young people is overwhelming…It has the power to combat everything from racism to low self-image, to the high-school drop-out rate.”

– Sue Castle, Executive Producer of PBSSports: Get in the Game

 

Time Management

Youth athletes have been observed to be better students. Through sports, kids learn about time management and discipline. Teammates often support each other on and off the field, helping one another keep track of schedules and academic responsibilities.

Teamwork

The ability to work well with others is a skill that youth athletes will learn playing sports and they will bring it with them throughout their entire lives. It will benefit them when they get older and prove to be beneficial when they have to work with others at their jobs.