Atlanta United Foundation and Good Sports Donate $80,000 Worth of Equipment to Six Atlanta Public Schools
ATLANTA - The Atlanta United Foundation and national nonprofit Good Sports have donated $80,000 worth of brand new soccer equipment and apparel to six APS middle schools. On Nov. 7, the Atlanta United Foundation and Good Sports hosted a field day for 200 male and female middle school students at The Home Depot Backyard. Atlanta United players Mikey Ambrose and Sal Zizzo attended the event, which featured round robin soccer games. Photos from the event can be found here.
This donation is part of a partnership between the Atlanta United Foundation and Good Sports in support of youth soccer programs across the state of Georgia.
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