Service Projects

The MAMAS and the PAPAS

All-Star Weekend, February 2019, Charlotte, NC

The Mothers of Professional Basketball Players (MPBP) and the Fathers and Men of Professional Basketball Players both brought shoes and smiles to kids in need.  On Valentine’s Day, the moms showed their love to over 150 kids at Turning Point Academy in Charlotte, NC


WARD 8

National Service Project August 2018, Washington, District of Columbia
Theme: Team Work Makes the Dream Work

Ward 8 Is an underserved, low-income residential neighborhood in Southeast DC. It is one of the poorest and most crime ridden sections of DC. Most residents live large Public and low-income apartment complexes. D.C.’s poorer residents are increasingly concentrated east of the Anacostia.

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A Woman Called Moses

Southwest Region, Fundraiser May 2018, Dallas, Texas Woman Called Moses was created to be an underground railroad for victims of domestic violence. They seek to prevent and end the cycle of violence against women. They accomplish this through education and advocacy services provided to individuals, families, and community agencies in the southern sector of Dallas County. www.womencalledmoses.org


Covenant House

Northeast Region, Fundraiser April 2018, New York, New York Covenant House is a nonprofit charity serving homeless youth with a network of shelters across the Americas. Covenant House began over 40 years ago when six young runaways were given shelter from a snowstorm, in the lower east side of Manhattan. Today there are 21 Covenant House locations in the USA, Canada and Latin Americas. Together they serve more than 56,000 homeless young people each year. www.ny.covenanthouse.org


Feeding the Homeless

Western Region, Service Project February 2018, Los Angeles, California Feeding 1000 Homeless families from Los Angeles Skid Row. Skid Row is an area of Downtown Los Angeles that as of the 2000 census, the population of the district was 17,740. Skid Row contains one of the largest stable populations (between 5,000 and 8,000) of homeless people in the United States.


Previous Service Projects

Regional Conference Service Projects 2017, Kansas City, Missouri Theme: Educate, Elevate, Celebrate
Dress for Success is to empower women to achieve economic independence by providing a network of support, professional attire and the development tools to help women thrive in work and in life. The Mothers of MPBP, INC. provided a week worth ofclothing for 100 young ladies. www.kansascity.dressforsuccess.org

WalMart Shopping experience – MPBP, INC, Mothers took 100 ladies shopping fromvarious shelters throughout the Kansas City area.

National Collegiate Hall of Fame tour and dinner was provided to 100children fromthe area at the College Basketball Experience facility. www.collegebasketballexperience.com