Community Partner Program

Epicenter/Sports City Community Partner Program

Goals Foundation is proud to support programs for under-served, at-risk and special needs youth by providing free court and field time, field trips that provide recreation and entertainment fun, as well as other opportunities within Epicenter.

Current Partnerships:

Santa Rosa Recreation & Parks Neighborhood Services Division – youth development programs that serve at-risk, low-income and homeless youth. The programs provide “safe haven” sites where youth can enjoy recreational and athletic activities without fear of gangs, drugs and other negative influences. Goals Foundation provides court time for both the Youth Futsal League for youth in 3-6 grades, as well as the Junior Warriors League for youth in 4-8 grades.

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Sonoma County’s Roseland Village Teen Club – Serving hundreds of youth ages 12-18 in one of Sonoma County’s largest underserved communities. Goals Foundation provides court time for a basketball league.

Valley of the Moon Children’s Center – Nonprofit organization established to provide supportive and educational services for the abandoned, neglected and abused children of Sonoma County. Goals Foundation is proud to provide field trips that incorporate both recreational and entertainment components for a robust and positive experience.

Community Action Partnership – Strives to eliminate poverty and invests in families through partnerships, advocacy and high-impact programs. Goals Foundation recently partnered with CAP to provide sports equipment to a middle and elementary school in impoverished neighborhoods.

Santa Rosa Blazers Wheelchair Basketball Team – Bringing people with disabilities an outlet on life through wheelchair basketball. Goals Foundation provides court time for their seasonal practice schedule.

Santa Rosa Community Health Centers – Provides health care to low-income community members. Goals Foundation supports their Champions of Health Program by providing free trampoline park passes to youth graduates of the program in alignment with the program’s healthy and active lifestyle goals.