1. BRIDGE Lacrosse | 2014

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    BRIDGE Lacrosse is a small sports-based youth development nonprofit serving the urban communities of North Texas. Our mission is to enrich nontraditional lacrosse communities by developing after-school programs and building healthy student-athletes. In 2004, our programming began with a simple summer lacrosse camp in South Dallas. In 2008, we officially became BRIDGE Lacrosse. We have introduced lacrosse to hundreds of student-athletes in both South and West Dallas, providing hours of high-quality lacrosse instruction with the help of high school volunteers and coaches. We believe that our programs can be an integral part of youth development in the urban communities we serve.

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    • BRIDGE Lacrosse | Sports Matter

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      We've been selected as one of just 188 teams to receive matching grant funds through the Dick's Sporting Goods #SportsMatter initiative. This national campaign is an opportunity to save underfunded programs across the nation. Please consider supporting us and spreading the word! Help us reach our goal of $10,299 and we will receive an additional $10,299 from the Dick's Sporting Goods Foundation. Be sure to check out our new teaser video on our campaign page, too! #sportsmatter #bridgefamily

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      • Dick's Sporting Goods - "Sports Matter" Baseball

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        Director's Cut of an ad we made for the DSG "Sports Matter" campaign. This film is based on this high school pitcher's real life. It features all non actors. Directed by The Mercadantes Agency: Anomaly Music by Eluvium

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