Our Community Service Events
August 1st, 2022 – May 1st, 2023
The MIAA Community Service Challenge promotes the positive impact that students at MIAA member schools are making by giving back to their communities. The MIAA Student Advisory Committee will select the top entries for the first and second half of the school year.
September 1st, 2022 – June 5th, 2023
The NYSPHSAA Community Service Challenge provides schools and sports teams the opportunity to showcase community service projects, demonstrating their commitment and impact in the community. The NYSPHSAA Student-Athlete Advisory Committee (SAAC) will select the State winner each season.
September 1st, 2022 – June 23rd, 2023
Team Up 4 Community is challenging Long Island Athletes, ages 5-24, to give back throughout our Communities in the Nassau Vs. Suffolk Challenge. Athletes, teams, schools, and organizations involving athletes can upload a community service project throughout the school year.
August 10th, 2023
Annual Fundraiser for the W20 Foundation’s Team Up 4 Community Program, a charity that assists youth athletes in learning valuable life skills through community service. Celebrating 10 years of Project Team Up 4 Community and the impact we have made in our Communities.
For the 2019 Volleyball Season, CYO of Long Island Partnered with Team Up 4 Community to encourage Youth Athletes to give back to their communities through a CYO Community Service Challenge!
This unique event honors NHL Alumni who have made a lasting impact in their community while recognizing and awarding the Team Up 4 Community Sports Heroes of the Year.
In 2016, TU4C partnered with The John Theissen Children’s Foundation for a Community 5K Run/Walk at Heckscher State Park. New unwrapped toys were collected and donated to sick and underprivileged children.
In 2014-2015, TU4C partnered with NBTY Helping Hands / Met-RX to encourage Youth Athletes to give back $300,000 worth of service throughout the L.I. Communities. The Youth Athletes EXCEEDED this goal by completing over $358,000 in value of service.
TU4C and Met-Rx / NBTY Helping Hands challenged Long Island Athletes to Complete 10,000 Hours of Community Service during the 2013 Holiday Season. Submissions totaled 19,597 hours and $5,000 in Sports Grants were awarded.