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  • MADISON, CT – August is always a busy month for Daniel Hand High School athletes as they put in preparation for another upcoming sports season. But this year has been especially busy as in addition to prepping for sports several of the athletes and coaches have been doing volunteer work in the community, notably Special Olympics Connecticut.

  • When the University of Maryland's athletics department placed a premium on community service, it probably wasn't expecting to be honored for its altruism.

  • Via such initiatives as Jump Rope for Heart and Hoops for Heart, physical education teachers at Deer Park’s John F. Kennedy Intermediate School have raised more than $165,000 for the American Heart Association over the past dozen years, including $12,716 this year alone.

  • Thanks to a generous donation of used soccer uniforms by the Smithtown Central School District, student-athletes in Uganda are sporting new uniforms for their tournament this year.

  • TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (seminoles.com) – Five members of the nationally ranked Florida State men's basketball team spent Thursday afternoon painting, playing video games and greeting patients in the Children's Center at the Tallahassee Memorial Hospital.

  • MANHATTAN, Kan. – Kansas State student-athletes and staff members will once again experience a once-a-lifetime service opportunity, as a group of 15 student-athletes and four staff members will take part in a nine-day trip with the Courts for Kids organization to Nicaragua.

  • On July 19, 2017, Poston Butte’s football team hosted a successful 2nd annual blood drive via United Blood Services bloodmobile under the supervision of Coach Dain Thompson.

  • It’s been said that “a family that trains together, stays together.” But for numerous student-athletes at Vacaville Christian High School, that adage has adopted new meaning this summer during its six-week summer program in affiliation with The Leaven.

  • Lauren Schad had plenty to keep her busy while attending the University of San Diego on a volleyball scholarship, but that didn't stop her from giving back to her community.

  • UW Football Student Athletes play pioneer games and engage with neighborhood children in different nature activities including skins and skulls identification as well as team building exercises.

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