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Lauren Fish is the Boston Editor for Miss A and a Coldwell Banker Agent in Massachusetts. With many years of PR and marketing experience, Lauren decided to put her local experience and connections to work as a voice in the Boston Charity scene.

Recap: Reebok Hosts An Evening Celebrating The Shooting Touch Youth Basketball Program

 

Daryl Andrews, Lauren Fish and Jamie O'Riordan

Daryl Andrews, Lauren Fish and Jamie O’Riordan (Photo Credit: Lauren Fish)

Reebok employees and their friends and family spent a recent Friday night celebrating the Shooting Touch Sabbatical Program. Shooting Touch Inc. is a non profit organization that uses the sport of basketball to positively impact the lives of children both on and off the court in Boston and abroad.

Check Presentation to New Recipients

Check Presentation to New Recipients (Photo Credit: Lauren Fish)

Started by Reebok employee Justin Kittredge, The Shooting Touch Sabbatical Program, referred to as “The Basketball Peace Corps” grants graduating college students the opportunity to travel the world and use the platform of basketball to help foster education and influence positive social change in third world communities. A true testament to how highly regarded this foundation is, the Board of Directors includes ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla, Kenny Atkinson from the Atlanta Hawks, and Jason Terry from the Boston Celtics.

The night included a silent and a hilarious live auction which was emceed by Boston Favorite Dan Flynn and Hollywood Comedian Lenny Clarke.

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