Love & Basketball
Saturday, March 9, 2013 from 9:00 AM to 8:00 PM (PST)
San Francisco, CA
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Love and Basketball is a tennis and basketball tournament that will support health,
fitness and nutrition programming at the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center. This will allow us to continue
providing free tennis and Zumba for the community as well as support our garden project, healthy snack and
recreational activities for 700 children, youth and their families throughout the school year and summer months.
The registration fee is $500, which covers one team of up to seven players, additional players are assessed at a rate of $60. A $100 deposit is required to ensure a spot for your team. The balance is due by March 1. Should the balance not be paid in full by March 1, your team will forfeit its deposit and tournament spot.
Please send the enclosed registration form AND deposit to: Love and Basketball, PO Box 156853San Francisco, CA, 94115 as soon as possible.
Deadline for deposit and registration is February 22, 2013. Deadline for balance due is March 1, 2013. Space is limited, upon receipt of payment Collective Impact will notify you that your registration has been processed
The tournament will incorporate 8 teams, using a double elimination format.
Further tournament details and play schedules will be emailed to the registered teams as soon as the brackets fill.
$100 Individuals, $200 Doubles
Format: Will be determined by the number of teams playing.
following the completion of the tournament.
Play will begin on Saturday, March 9, 2013 at 9am. Playing times will be emailed to you after the deadline of
February 22, or you may call the Ella Hill Hutch community center at 415-567-0400 for your scheduled playing time.
For more information contact Sara Williams at 415.567.0400 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
When & Where
Ella Hill Hutch Community Center
More than 37% of Western Addition residents live in poverty and 80% of our participants qualify for free and reduced lunch. Studies suggest that children in low income families suffer at a significantly higher rate than there counterparts from obesity, due in part to decreased opportunities to play and exercise safely outside; their caregivers are less likely to have access to healthy food options, or able to afford fresh healthy foods. Therefore the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center’s mission is to provide programs that support our residents through mental, physical and financial resources in order to build a healthier community.
The Ella Hill Hutch Community Center has been successful in achieving our mission by facilitating a direct partnership of services by the West Side Community members. Twice a week, they provide counseling and therapy, host physical fitness classes for the youth and community at large. Zumba, tennis, and a variety of exercise programs are available at no or reduced cost. and we make the space available for Narcotics Anonymous, community meetings and events.
For nearly seven years the Ella Hill Hutch Community Center has hosted the annual Western Addition Backpack Giveaway, giving away thousands of backpacks filled with school supplies. The center has also hosted health fairs and workshops providing health resources to hundreds of residents.