MIAA COMMUNITY SERVICE CHALLENGE
The MIAA is grateful for the continued partnership with Team Up 4 Community (TU4C) that began in March 2021. The partnership encourages schools to submit their projects online providing sports teams the opportunity to showcase community service projects, demonstrating their commitment and impact on the community.
A total of 287 community service projects were submitted between August and May of this school year. With 11,555 student-athletes participating in some type of community service project. In total, $257,788 was raised for charitable causes with 44,332 hours donated by MIAA student-athletes, with an estimated value of $374,605 in time served. Incredible acts of service and leadership on display throughout the year!
Please be reminded that the 2022-23 service challenge will begin next August!
Thank you to all MIAA member schools and student-athletes who participated in this years’ service challenge.
Our First Half Winners
The MIAA announced the Chelmsford High School girls soccer team as the winner of the first half of the 2021-2022 MIAA Community Service Challenge!
The Chelmsford High School girls soccer team honored their friend and teammate, Emily Myerson. In addition, Concord-Carlisle High School and Bedford High School were selected as the runner-up for their incredible Kicks for Cancer fundraiser.
Our Second Half Winners
The MIAA announced members of Hingham High School as the winner of the second half of the 2021-2022 MIAA Community Service Challenge!
Over 250 students and adults participated in the annual “Harbormen Helping Hingham” community service day.