To kick off the partnership, The DICK'S Sporting Goods Foundation and Brooks headed down to Florida to surprise the girls track program at Northeast High School with new Brooks running shoes and a $10,000 Sports Matter grant to help support their running program.
On February 4th, The DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation announced a three-year, $5 million Sports Matter grant to the U.S. Soccer Foundation’s United for Girls initiative aimed at increasing opportunities for girls and young women to benefit from soccer.
On Wednesday, December 11, skiing legend and Olympic Gold Medalist Lindsey Vonn surprised 14-year old skier Greta Goldsmith at Deer Valley ski resort in Park City, UT.
On Thursday, December 12, former star running back LaDainian Tomlinson surprised children in El Paso, TX on behalf of a partnership between Kellogg’s Mission Tiger and The DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation Sports Matter program.
On Thursday, May 9, The DICK’S Sporting Goods Foundation presented the LeBron James Family Foundation with a $1,000,000 Sports Matter grant to build a gymnasium at the I PROMISE School in Akron, Ohio.
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