Midnight Basketball

The YMCA of Greater Providence has a dedicated track record of bringing people together. More than a gym and swimming, whether you walk or roll into a local branch, there is something for everyone. If in optimal health or struggling with health issues, the Y offers wellness programs to meet the various needs of all. And now, they’ve taken it to the courts.

Steve O’Donnell and Kobi Dennis know how to bring people together. Their like-mindedness and commitment to community is one of the many reasons The Tori Lynn Andreozzi Foundation (TLAF) is proud to partner in their endeavors.

The RIMBL is about more than basketball. It is about relationships. It’s about team building. It’s about collaboration and opportunity.

The program will provide a safe place for those 18 and older aiming to bring the police and the community together and act as a tool to help prevent tragedies from impaired driving and gun violence.

Life as You Know It Can Change in a Moment. Community, Conversations and Connections create a positive change and RIMBL is a “tip off” to benefit all.

Gloves Up Guns Down

The Tori Lynn Andreozzi Foundation is proud to partner with Gloves Up Guns Down Boxing.

Through this sponsorship 12 young people (Co-ed ages 12 to adult) will be gifted a spot in a 5-week training session.

The sessions begin on Monday, July 31 and end on Friday, September 1. These one-hour Training Sessions run from 5:30-6:30pm on Mondays & Fridays at the 69 Silver Lake Ave gym location/2nd floor.

“The more time you have on your hands, the more time you have to turn to the streets,” says Lamont Powell who has made it his mission to mentor inner-city youth.

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When you come to the edge of the light you know and are about to step off into the darkness, faith is knowing one of two things will happen… there will be something solid to stand on, or you will learn to fly