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Help us put sporting equipment in the hands of those who are less fortunate

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Every day kids come home and ask their parents if they can get involved in a sport at school or with their friends after school. And every day parents are forced to tell there kids no because of the rising cost of sporting equipment.

To date, we have been fortunate to help over 100,000 students gain access to completely free sporting equipment allowing them get involved in youth sports activities. Our impact has been made possible entirely because of the generous support from the community. Whether it is helping to run a collection drive, working in our warehouse or raising money for our cause, we would not have been able to make such a deep impact without that support. As a small nonprofit there is no other way to be successful!

By creating a peer-to-peer crowdfunding webpage you can help LPF continue putting equipment in the hands of those less fortunate. We believe every child deserves to have the opportunity to participate in youth sports while growing up. The mental and physical benefits are just too vital to a student's development.

If you have questions about raising money for LPF please contact us at or call us at (301) 844-5620. Thanks!

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