equip kids for success.
Help us continue putting sports equipment in the hands of those less fortunate by donating your used sports equipment.
Leveling the Playing Field gives underprivileged children the opportunity to enjoy the mental and physical benefits of youth sports participation. We do this through the donation of used and excess sporting equipment to programs and schools serving low-income communities. Our donations allow programs to allocate funds saved by lowering registration fees, expanding their scholarship programs, enhancing their existing athletic program and/or developing new ones.
Through our sport equipment donations, we are able to maximize the benefits of participating in sports by allowing athletic programs to utilize their sports equipment funds elsewhere within their organization. The LPF recipients allocate the funds saved by lowering registration fees, expanding their scholarship programs, enhancing their existing athletic programs and/or developing new ones.
In just 5 years we have donated over $2M worth of sporting equipment to 400+ programs. Our success has been accelerated by the strong partnerships we have developed with equipment donors throughout the DMV.
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“The donation has been very successful! The sport activities are the catch and the main motivator for young kids to do their academic work.”
Summit Hall Elementary School
“The items we received were both greatly appreciated and greatly utilized over the summer by students participating in our programs."
Maryvale Elementary School
“If they don’t have the equipment, which their parents can’t afford, they will be out on the street or playing video games”
City Of Rockville Latino Youth Program
“With your donation, we are able to offer low cost flag football this season for the first time.”
Impact Silver Spring
“The kids all had their own ball and felt very proud to have ownership over something special to them. You made it happen and by that it put a lot of pride into these kids' hearts.”
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