Basketball and fun for an excellent cause!
On March 10th, Corbin's Crusaders is hosting a Free Basketball Clinic at Bendheim Western Greenwich Civic Center PLUS they will be raffling a Lebron James Jersey ($5 per ticket), with all proceeds to Benefit Kids in Crisis.
To reserve a spot: Email your child's name and age to email@example.com Or TEXT to: 203-632-9763
About Corbin's Crusaders
Located in Greenwich, CT, Corbin’s Crusaders is a summer day camp (serving children ages 3-14) that builds character through sports and adventure.
Corbin's Crusaders Summer Day Camp is the perfect setting in which children can grow and flourish. At camp, campers create lifelong friendships in a compassionate and accepting environment, while learning how to challenge themselves and gain self-confidence. Campers are coached by experienced men and women dedicated to your child. The Corbin's Crusaders coaches provide the individual attention that each child needs to reach new goals.
Learn more about Corbin's Crusaders: https://corbinscrusadersdaycamp.com/
About Kids in Crisis
Since 1978 Kids In Crisis has been providing 24-hour support to help children and families resolve conflict.
Crisis Counselors are available to work through any situation, and to meet face-to-face for intervention and assistance. For those who need more than short-term counseling, KidsIin Crisis offers emergency shelter for children newborn to age 17 in Cos Cob, Connecticut. The shelter is licensed by the State of Connecticut and is fully-staffed, with a state-of-the-art medical clinic, and professional therapeutic care, all provided in a safe, nurturing environment.
Additionally, Kids In Crisis provides prevention programs throughout Fairfield County, Connecticut. SafeTalk is a series of workshops for elementary schools, teaching children how to be safeguard themselves against bullying and abuse. TeenTalk is a program which places TeenTalk counselors in area middle and high schools, to help adolescents with personal and family pressures.
Learn more about Kids in Crisis: https://www.kidsincrisis.org/