The DC SCORES Cup with Sport & Spine Rehab

by | Jun 19, 2012 | Blog, What's New | 1 comment |

DC SCORES is a local, non-profit after school program that reaches over 800 students each year at 27 schools located in some of DC’s most under-resourced neighborhoods. DC SCORES provides DC area youths with arts, athletics, and academics through an innovative model combining poetry and spoken word, soccer, and service-learning year-round.

Faced with declining test scores in reading and writing and skyrocketing childhood obesity rates, DC SCORES provides students with an enriching and fun after-school program where they can succeed both on and off the field. With DC SCORES? unique combination of activities, the program aims to make each and every student more engaged in school, increase their physical fitness through soccer, and increase their sense of self-worth and sense of belonging to their team, school, and community.

The DC SCORES Cup

The Washington DC area?s largest charity tournament, the DC SCORES Cup, raised an astonishing $76,000 in 2011 alone. This year, the event is set to take place on Saturday, June 16, 2012m at the Maryland SoccerPlex in Gaithersburg, Maryland. And guess who is playing?

Sport & Spine Rehab!

To donate to Sport & Spine Rehab?s DC SCORES Cup team, simply click this link!

Below, DC SCORES Executive Director Amy Nakamoto explains why you should contribute to the DC SCORES Cup tournament!

Where the money goes:
? On average, DC Public Schools provide 45 minutes of PE per week; DC SCORES provides 6 times that.
? DC SCORES gives kids the skills to connect with and give back to their community.
? For many of kids, DC SCORES is the only chance they have to be on a team or play a sport.

For more information about the DC SCORES Cup charity soccer tournament contact Jake Lloyd. Or if you would like to learn more about Sport & Spine Rehab?s involvement in the event, please contact Sport & Spine Rehab by visiting our website today!

?To be the trusted leader in enriching the health and well-being of the public, one life at a time?

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