Lacrosse the Nations is that Team LtN continues to grow each year. We are incredibly grateful for the teams and lacrosse communities across the globe that partner with us, putting an incredible amount of enthusiasm and effort into fundraising efforts. You can become an official member of Team LtN by participating in any of our Get Involved Opportunities.
2012 Team Partners:
- The Building Blocks Lacrosse 2015 Lacrosse Team from New Jersey traveled to Northern Rise Tournament and supported LtN! Allison Sayia from Summit, NJ presented her BBL coaches Courtney and Frances Bird with LtN t-shirts so they and she could wear them at the tournament! She shared our message with her teammates and they responded by purchasing shoelaces or t-shirts! Several of her BBL teammates mentioned they will take the LTN message back to their High School for Spring Season 2013! See the team and coaches in LTN gear.
- The Connecticut College Club Team bought and displayed an LtN banner and purchased t-shirts for the whole team.
- The Emmaus High School Team in Emmaus, PA, turned their entire season into a fundraising opportunity, collecting gently used sticks throughout the spring of 2012, from both the teams they played and the community as a whole. These sticks go to LtN programs both domestically and internationally, and afford even more kids the opportunity to learn the game.
- The German Men’s U-19 National Lacrosse Team helped spread LtN’s message internationally by making their own shirts with the Lacrosse the Nations logo to wear during the Berlin Open, various scrimmages, and used them as warm-up shirts during the World Games in Turku, Finland. See the whole team in LtN Warm-Ups!
- Hyatt Middle School and Liberty Middle School hosted a game in April, with both teams wearing laces to support LtN! See pictures here.
- Kent Place Varsity and Middle School teams showed LtN pride wearing laces and t-shirts during the season!
- The Kings High School Women’s team, of Kings Mill, OH, used their final game of the season against McAuley High School as an opportunity to donate to LtN by organizing a “Scoop for Loot” fundraiser. Both the Kings High School Women’s team and the Kings Junior High Women’s team collected pledges from friends and family, and all proceeds were donated to Lacrosse the Nations.
- Lloydminster Lacrosse Association
- The Notre Dame Academy High School Women’s Team put their own slant on supporting LtN, raising money through a “Score for More” fundraiser. The community of Toledo, OH, pledged money for every goal the team scored. The team was able to raise $45 per goal! Read Clair Cadmus blog entry about the event!
- Olentangy Liberty High School, from Powell, OH, participated in “Scoop for Loot” with Worthington Kilbourne High School this April. The two teams worked together to help LtN, both collecting donations, wearing LtN shirts as they warmed up, and rewarding the players from each team who received the most donations during half time of the game with a new STX lacrosse stick and head. Read more about this incredible night in Ohio!
- The Pingry School in Basking Ridge, NJ supported LtN in so many ways throughout the 2012 season. The men’s team wore our laces during a game and actually gifted pairs to their opponents. Students also organized an equipment drive and bake sale to support our international and domestic programs. LtN’s Executive Director brought pictures of the teams and students to kids in La Chureca in August.
- OC Crush, a summer tournament team in Southern California, spread LtN’s mission while playing! The players wore jerseys with our logo while also selling merchandise to friends, family and fans.
- The Rocky River High School men’s team displayed an LtN banner in a game against Kent Place.
- St. Anne’s Belfield School in Charlottesville, VA organized a “Scoop for Loot” challenge, even winning their league in the process! Player Landon Greene took the lead after spending time with our program in Costa Rica.
- Southwestern University in Georgetown, Texas held a tournament and stick drive in support of LtN. Organizer Chris O’Quain shared his thoughts following the event.
- In March, the Trinity College Women’s Team in Hartford, CT, raised money for LtN through a “Scoop for Loot” fundraiser.
- Worthington Kilbourne High School in Worthington, OH ran a “Scoop for Loot” program to support LtN with Olentangy Liberty High School. The team was inspired by LtN’s Greg Bice, and Kilbourne player Jake Robert’s experiences with LtN, and took the fundraiser to the next level in numerous different ways. They hosted a Lacrosse the Nations Night, wore LtN shirts for warm-up, and even rewarded the player from each team who collected the most in donations with a new STX lacrosse stick and head. Read more about this incredible night in Ohio!
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