10/05/2020

Fox 5 DC: Local Sports Kit Donations

Leveling the Playing Field joined Fox 5 DC to talk about the sports kits they are donating to area students.

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09/24/2020

Mental Health Symptoms and Resources Provided by Risa Fund

Risa Fund has put together a list of mental health signs and symptoms for families. Learn when to ask for help, and where to get the help you need. 

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09/22/2020

Nonprofit Creates Sport Kits For Kids In Need

In light of COVID-19, sports leagues and recreational centers have canceled their events. Leveling the Playing Field is combatting this by helping children in need through the distribution of LPF Kits filled with sports equipment. This fall, Leveling the Playing Field plans to disperse 2,500 LPF Kits.

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08/14/2020

Headfirst Summer Camps Promoting LPF Contactless Donation

Headfirst Summer Camps will be promoting LPF’s contactless donation program to their campers. This effort will allow campers the opportunity to safely donate equipment to our warehouse. Headfirst Summer Camps aims to inspire the personal best in high potential kids through their sport camps, day camps, STEM camp, and overnight camp. We appreciate the support from […]

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08/12/2020

DC Area Mental Health Resources

Risa Fund has put together a list of mental health resources for the DC area. If you or someone you know is in need of mental health support, these resources can help. 

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02/17/2020

Baltimore Sun: Leveling the Playing Field in Baltimore

Leveling the Playing Field has begun distributing equipment to after school programs in Baltimore City!

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02/17/2020

ABC7: Leveling the Playing Field

Our founder, Max Levitt, was interviewed on ABC 7 Local News.

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02/17/2020

NBC Sports Washington: How Wasted Shoes Spurred Blossoming Sports Charity

A video feature from Comcast Sports Net on our work from 2015

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02/17/2020

NBC Washington: Helping Needy Kids Play Sports

A video feature on Leveling the Playing Field from 2016

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02/17/2020

Poor kids can’t afford $300 baseball bats. This incredible warehouse solves that.

The lack of funding for youth sports has challenged parents, coaches and league officials around the country, especially those in cities and rural areas. Youth sports advocates say budget struggles, pricey equipment and the high cost of elite travel teams are leaving behind children with ability but not cash.

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