The Raiders donated $25,000 dollars to local elementary on Tuesday afternoon. The Raiders’ generosity brought many smiles to kids, staff, and all participating in the stretch and move program for the After-Scholl All-Stars.
Raiders Alumni teamed up with After-School All-Stars Las Vegas in a “Stretch & Move” program as part of Play 60 to empower the next generation of youth to be the most physically active and healthy. Raiders Alumni will lead over 150 Las Vegas-area elementary school students who are part of the After-School All-Stars program through various stretch routines, football drills and games they can replicate at recess and home while also promoting the Play 60 message of being active for 60 minutes every day.
In addition, the Raiders will provide a Play 60 grant to After-School All-Stars Las Vegas to expand the organization’s health and fitness pillar through their “Sports as a Hook” program.
The mission of After-School All-Stars is to provide free, comprehensive after-school programs that keep children safe and help them achieve in school and in life. They accomplish this by providing at-risk youth the opportunity to participate in programs that include sports, educational, cultural, and community enrichment components.
Notes courtesy of the Raiders.
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