Radnor Rallies for LTN!

Radnor High School, a public highschool in a suburb of Philadelphia rallied for LTN last Thursday night. Both the Men’s and Women’s teams pre-ordered LTN shirts. They organized a “free” bbq thanks to help from parents and the booster club. All donations from the meal went to LTN. volunteers during the game walked around to collect scoop for loot donations as well. They’re about to send in a second order of t-shirts because people who were at the game and saw them also wanted to sport one! Radnor set an unbelievable precedent and went above and beyond the call of duty, rallying the community around the cause, turning heads and spreading the word. We are so grateful for all of your efforts in helping us spread the word!

Below is an entry from Caroline Cunningham, Radnor’s amazing Team Ambassador who made the event such a sucess!

The Lacrosse the Nations night at Radnor High School turned out great!
It was a gorgeous day and the boys and girls teams were playing two
huge competitors, which made for a great game and a big turnout. The
JV and Varsity girls teams warmed up in their light blue LtN shirts
and looked great! Both the boys and girls wore their shirts around,
which created much attention to the cause and directed everyone to the
cookout. The free cookout was a hit and people were very generous with
their donations. Overall, the day turned out fantastic and Radnor
Lacrosse will definitely look forward to helping out more in the
future.

  • Tom Pendrey

    Caroline Cunningham and the Radnor High School lacrosse team know how to lead the way and give back to less fortunate people around the globe. Radnor fans and the community have big hearts in their support of Lacrosse the Nations. Congratulations for a successful event.nnTom Pendrey

  • Tom Pendrey

    Caroline Cunningham and the Radnor High School lacrosse team know how to lead the way and give back to less fortunate people around the globe. Radnor fans and the community have big hearts in their support of Lacrosse the Nations. Congratulations for a successful event.

    Tom Pendrey