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PASS the BALL with a Purpose

Our organization wants to PASS the Ball so that your child can:
PASS their exams, PASS their classes/graduate, and PASS it on.

PASS hosted a Back to School Extravaganza on August 5th, 2017, at Baton Rouge Community College (BRCC) Wellness Center. The fun-filled morning was sponsored by PASS and Councilwoman Donna Collins-Lewis.

School Events

This Pep Rally for education and teaching respect also gave away door prizes and free backpacks filled with school supplies to elementary, middle and high school students.. The event featured health care screening and much, much more.

Back to School Extravaganza

This Pep Rally for education and teaching respect also gave away door prizes and free backpacks filled with school supplies to elementary, middle and high school students.. The event featured health care screening and much, much more.
PASS hosted an end of the school year finale on May 23, 2017, at CSAL and Madison Prep High School. There were fun giveaways and speakers discussing ‘Respect’ and summer safety.

End of School Finale

PASS hosted an end of the school year finale on May 23, 2017, at CSAL and Madison Prep High School. There were fun giveaways and speakers discussing ‘Respect’ and summer safety.

PASS The Ball with a Purpose School Program

Designed to support the core values of School Systems by having our Members visit local schools during lunch and hosting a sports activity. The program creates a friendly, open, welcoming and fun environment intended to inspire, inform and reduce bullying by teaching students respect.  Activities may be football, basketball, baseball, soccer, dodge ball or other sports led by our members. The program is for students in the fourth through eighth grades.

PASS the Ball Program

Designed to support the core values of School Systems by having our Members visit local schools during lunch and hosting a sports activity. The program creates a friendly, open, welcoming and fun environment intended to inspire, inform and reduce bullying by teaching students respect. Activities may be football, basketball, baseball, soccer, dodge ball or other sports led by our members. The program is for students in the fourth through eighth grades.
  • It’s about everybody getting together and making a difference and that’s what we are trying to do at GMFS to be able to give back to people and allow them to have more success. We thank PASS… for all that they are doing to make a difference here in the community.

    It’s about everybody getting together and making a difference and that’s what we are trying to do at GMFS to be able to give back to people and allow them to have more success. We thank PASS… for all that they are doing to make a difference here in the community.

    Tee Brown
    President & CEO
    GMFS Mortgage
  • We are here trying to pass it on. Giving these kids some thoughts some information about how to be great role models, how to be great students how to learn. And to pass on the things that we learned coming up to the kids of the next generation.

    We are here trying to pass it on. Giving these kids some thoughts some information about how to be great role models, how to be great students how to learn. And to pass on the things that we learned coming up to the kids of the next generation.

    Garrett Temple
    Shooting Guard
    Sacramento Kings
  • PASS is very important to our communities… because the athletes are and could be mentors to the young people who are here today. I think it is absolutely wonderful that you are giving back to the community.

    PASS is very important to our communities… because the athletes are and could be mentors to the young people who are here today. I think it is absolutely wonderful that you are giving back to the community.

    Kathe Hambrick
    Founder
    River Road African American Museum

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