Thank you to everyone who came out to support Silas today! What a great time we all had playing sitting volleyball and becoming teammates with a variety of players. This type of tournament is what makes our community stronger and what helps to grow the sport we love. We all certainly made it rain $$$ today. The gold final match alone earned $284 into the penalty box! We counted $6,419 in cash and our best estimate for what we took in with CC charges minus expenses puts the total for today around $7,250!! This money will go directly to Silas to help offset the cost of ongoing bills associated with the prosthetics he will need to help get him back on the court, with 2 “legs”. We love you Silas!
S2C Story of Support: Recently our buddy Kevin Martin messaged us and suggested that we donate a customized volleyball to one of the Freeman High-school gals who was shot. Through our community connections we found out that two of the ladies who were shot, were big volleyball fans and players. We immediately contacted graphic design extraordinaire Celeste Crosby who just happens to love to decorate volleyballs, and play volleyball. We donated two of our KOBs and found out some fun facts about Jordyn and Gracie for Celeste to customize the designs. Celeste did a beautiful job! And thanks Michael Walton for delivering the balls Saturday! We want the girls to know that the volleyball community is behind them and we all wish them a speedy recovery back to the game they love.#freemanstrong
5 days until early bird pricing ends. Get your tickets while they are just $65! On Sunday October 1st, individual ticket prices increase to $75.
New website who dis? If you haven't checked out our new website now is the time! Donate, shop, and learn about tournaments! Soon we'll be rolling out tournament registration and an online payment options!! Visit www.spike2care.org (link in bio)
Spike2Care Story of Support: A year ago, my life changed drastically. A friend of mine helped me out when I needed it the most and offered my family a place to stay. Unfortunately she had to list her house for sale, and because of some bad luck we were essentially going to be homeless. I have been volunteering with Spike2Care for some time and have gotten to know some really cool people. I also saw how they were helping so many people for so many vast reasons. I'm not one to ask for help very easily, but because of my new friendships, Spike2Care knew that I was having a tough time. They offered to help with the cost of an apartment to ease the financial burden so I could start my new adventure with my kids. The people that volunteer and work within Spike2Care are amazing, wonderful and thoughtful people. I am very honored to have received the assistance that we needed to help my family get through a difficult part of our lives. Thank you Spike2Care for giving life to me and my kids. I am forever humbled by the kindness that has been shown to us. Spike2Care volunteers are truly honest and giving people, and when I think of giving back to the community I am proud to be part of this organization. I love to volunteer to help with the tournaments. We are also helping to teach young kids how to give back to their community and to show their support. I find that to be extremely important in today's world. I am just completely blown away by your generosity. -Jenny Sampson
Hands up ✋️✋️ if you'll be at Spike & Dig this weekend! Make sure to swing by the Spike2Care tent and grab one of these 🔥🌫(smoking) hot tanks! Only 41 tanks left! See you tomorrow between 8am-5pm!