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Pope Jr. Greyhounds Lacrosse

Lace Up With Lax

 

Lace Up with Lax to End Homelessness...One Step at a Time
 

The next Lace Up With Lax event and T-shirts sales:

TBD – Check back in the spring

Lace Up With Lax collects children's shoes at a varsity lacrosse game each spring.

These shoes will are given to the children at My Sister’s House, a shelter for homeless children and their moms.  


THERE ARE SEVERAL WAYS YOU CAN HELP!

1. Donate black shoes in sizes from infant to adult size 12. Donations will be accepted at the following events: TBD each spring

2. Make a monetary donation to the Lace Up With Lax PayPal account: laceupwithlax@gmail.com

3. Order a Lace Up With Lax t-shirt – check back in spring for ordering info

4. Purchase shoes on the Walmart website and send them DIRECTLY to Lace Up With Lax! Visit the Lace Up With Lax registry at Walmart - Lace Up With Lax Registry

Order shoes and they will be delivered directly to Lace Up With Lax.

5. If you would like to donate shoes, but are unable to attend the varsity games, please email info@jrgreyhoundlax.com for a drop-off location.

In year's past, thanks to our fans, players and especially our Jr Greyhound program, over 300 pairs of shoes were donated.

Thanks in advance for your generosity!


If you have any questions, please contact info@jrgreyhoundlax.com

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About US

Pope Junior Greyhound Lacrosse is a volunteer run youth lacrosse program,
dedicated to teaching and promoting the game of lacrosse to players of all
skill levels. We pride ourselves in providing a safe environment for our
players, coaches, and parents.

Our positive instruction is focused on learning lacrosse fundamentals
through active participation, fair play, and friendly competition. We promote
the values of good sportsmanship, teamwork, and respect for all players,
coaches, officials, competitors, and parents.

Pope Junior Greyhound Lacrosse is a member of the Positive Coaching
Alliance where winning is important, but teaching life lessons is more
important.