Medaille to Sponsor Upcoming Ballin for a Cause Basketball Tournament
Medaille College is proud to sponsor Ballin for a Cause, a five-on-five charity basketball tournament scheduled for May 19 to 21 at Buffalo RiverWorks. Medaille is a diamond presenting sponsor. The partnership will include an exclusive “Big 4” initiative highlighting education, sports, community, and health and wellness. Also included is scholarship funding for students. In addition, Medaille will initiate a new seven-week program (the Gentleman’s Institute Program) that will teach life skills to students in ninth through twelfth grade. The teachings will concentrate on career development.
“Medaille is proud to partner with Ballin for a Cause and to be part of all the fine work they do in the community,” says Medaille’s Vice President for College Relations John Crawford. “It will be a great tournament, and we know that the Gentleman’s Institute will enhance the lives of all the participants and help prepare them for fulfilling, productive roles in our community.”
During a March 29 press conference announcing the annual tournament, Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown declared May 19 to 21 “Ballin for a Cause Weekend.”
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