We are so grateful to receive a $10,000 donation from the The New England Revolution Players Collaborative Fund.
“We believe that donations such as these represent more than just financial contributions. They are a symbol of hope, support, and potential for the black high school girls we serve in Boston. The New England Revolution’s commitment to our cause helps us empower these young women to chase their aspirations, overcome challenges, and develop into confident leaders of tomorrow,” stated Nana Younge, GGG Founder and Executive Director. “The impact of this donation is immeasurable because it has the power to transform lives. We are excited for this new formed partnership with the New England Revolution and opportunity for our organization to collaborate and make an impact together.”
These donations are given to grassroots organizations in New England that are leaders in the ongoing effort to promote equity and fight systemic racism. Read the full announcement here.
Black Players for Change (BPC) is an independent 501(c)(3) organization consisting of over 170+ Black players, coaches and staff of MLS, working to bridge the racial equality gap that exists in society. BPC is committed to tackling the racial injustices that have limited Black people from having an equitable stake in the game of soccer and society. Among the many goals the organization strives to advance the attention on human rights inequalities from protest to programs, partnerships and policies that address systemic discrimination.