SOUL SELECT Basketball Tryouts
Boys’ Teams (8u, 9u,11u, 14u, 16u, 17u)
Girls’ Teams (14u, 15u, 16u, 17u)
Date: Sat. March 2nd
Location: HD Woodson High School. 540 55th Street, NE. Washington, DC
The S.W.E.E.T. (SOUL Women’s Education Enrichment Tournament) Classic is a 3 on 3 basketball tournament. We aim to engage 20 women’s teams, comprised of women from all sectors of economic industries.
SOUL Programs in partnership with Booz Allen Hamilton is launching an 8-week Sports Analytics Program for DC high-school students. The group will meet on Fridays at HD Woodson High School starting Friday, February 23rd.
We are celebrating the 10th anniversary of the SOUL Corporate Challenge. Please support us by registering a team to participate in our largest philanthropic event of the year.
Jaylen joins the SOUL Team via our IMPACT Sportsmanship Fellowship!
SOUL continues to provide access for local student-athletes through our sponsorship of the Triple Threat Classic. This annual high school basketball classic places a spotlight on some of the DMV’s best basketball players.
Damion Thomas [Sports Curator, NMAAHC-Smithsonian] and Herbert Hainer [President, FC Bayern-Munich] invited Donald Curtis [SOUL Programs], DeMaurice Smith [President, NFLPA], and Taj Tashombe [Oakland Athletics] to serve on a panel to discuss sports and racism.
We are proud to announce that SOUL Programs was selected as an Aspen Institute Project Play Champion for 2022!
Calling all tutors, coaches, and mentors! We are always looking for dedicated volunteers to join the team!
Events of the past few months have brought high anxiety, grief and trauma for kids and families. As we return to play, what actions can we take to ensure that life skills and mental health are central to kids’ sports experiences? What role can adults play in shaping these experiences?
The Washington Post wrote an article on Donald Curtis and SOUL’s mission to supporting youth through COVID-19. The article was written by Sports Writer Ken Babb. This article was featured on the front page of the Sunday Sports page (5/31/2020).