Louisville Football Team And Academy Sports Give 100 Local Children A Bike And Helmet (Photo Gallery)
The Louisville Cardinals football team and Academy Sports + Outdoors teamed up today at Southwick Community Center to donate bikes and helmets to 100 deserving children as part of Academy’s annual bike donation program. The program occurs throughout December across Academy’s 16-state footprint and will benefit more than 5,100 boys and girls at more than 115 separate donation events, similar to this one
The purpose of Academy’s annual bike donation is to provide local schools with an opportunity to reward children during the holidays with bikes and helmets for perfect attendance, academic performance, good behavior, and/or need.
Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer was also in attendance today as he helped get the kids ready to meet the team by leading them in a C-A-R-D-S cheer. Lamar Jackson rode a bike in to surprise the kids and the team made sure every kid received a bike and a helmet.
Posted on December 20, 2017, in Louisville Athletics and tagged @UofLnunn, Academy Sports, Bikes, Cards Care, Community Service, Helmets, lamar jackson, Louisville Football, mayor Greg Fischer, Reggie Bonnafon, Southwick Community Center. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.