Playworks New England and Positive Tracks Continue Awesome Partnership to Help Young People SWEAT FOR GOOD.

  1. Updates

Positive Tracks is a national, sports-based youth development organization that helps young people get active and give back. Positive Tracks helps Playworks Developmental Sports Leagues, Run for Recess, and the Playworks Boston Marathon team to help participants ages 23 or under sweat for good for Playworks New England.

Positive Tracks Coordinator, Karleen Herbst, helps kids raise funds and awareness for Playworks New England by providing hands-on support, fundraising tipsteam building tools, and creative ideas to help youth find a starting line.

 

BEST NEWS IS: Dollars raised by Playworks New England youth ages 23 and under are matched by Positive Tracks. It's double the dollars; double the fitness; double the fun!

GET STARTED: Check out Playworks New England's 2017 Run for Recess to register.

GOT QUESTIONS: Contact Karleen at kherbst@playworks.org for help getting started, support and questions! 

 


HEY, SPONSORS, PARTNERS & DONORS!

You can help incentivize youth by augmenting the Positive Tracks Youth Challenge Grant! Your sponsorship can be earmarked to help rally and amplify youth efforts for Playworks New England. Contact Jonathan Gay at jgay@playworks.org to tailor a partnership that fulfills your goals as a critical champion of Playworks New England.

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