Our scholarship program is designed to bridge the opportunity gap and give all kids the chance to learn and grow through sports and physical activity.
Served 25 kids by providing access to recess and after-school programs.
Gave 78 kids the opportunity to play organized basketball.
Sent 82 kids to our day camps and made memories that last a lifetime.
Reached 185 kids total, and we're just getting started.
Elite Basketball Programs
Our philosophy focuses on breaking down personal and competitive barriers to build highly-skilled, mentally tough, and collaborative players both on and off the court.
“100% of our KING Hoops players improved in positive identity, self-management, contribution academic self-efficacy, social skills and social capital over the course of one season.” KING Hoops Program Surveys
Through our camp activities, campers gain new experiences, develop friendships outside of their school communities, and learn from kid-approved, adult mentors who make each day more adventurous than the last.
“The staff and counselors at Kids in the Game are fantastic! They create a wonderful experience for campers with a variety of programming and opportunities for campers to express themselves. My son has been going for three years, and we couldn’t be happier! Even during this time of the Covid pandemic they find a way to have fun while following every safety protocol.” 2020 Camp Parent
Our after school programs are built and cultivated on relationships.Our coaches create an environment where students can interact with each other in a positive way through physical activity. Through these relationships, students are able to develop skills such as leadership, empathy, and strong communication.
Our coaches are trained to turn your yard into a physically and emotionally safe environment that promotes student participation and inclusivity in all recess activities.
“If I had to describe Kids in the Game recess in one word, it is “transformational.” The change in our recess and playtime culture has been remarkable. It has become much more positive and pleasurable for our kids.” Ms. De Paz, PS 39K Principal