About Us

first donation: Tregnan Golf AcademyGrow The Game’s mission is to help kids participate in athletic opportunities. By giving kids equipment they need, we give them a chance to play. Participation in sport activities improves our children’s minds, bodies, social skills, sportsmanship and helps them succeed throughout their lives.

Our first donation was to the Tregnan Golf Academy, a program of the Los Angeles Parks and Recreation.

Recycle

There are millions of old golf clubs, baseball gloves, bats, shoulder pads and other pre-owned equipment no longer in use. Grow The Game accepts donations of used sports equipment.

Refurbish /Repair

When we receive your donated goods, we refurbish the equipment by re-gripping clubs, bats, repairing and replacing parts to make the equipment usable.

Repurpose

Grow The Game then passes the equipment on to public and private organizations engaged in managing youth programs.

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We have a facebook page and you can be a fan! Click on the facebook icon to visit our fan page and like us! The more exposure we get, the more likely we are to attract donors and give away sports equipment to needy kids.

Changing Lives

Our program can reach all over the world.  It is people like you who are interested in helping by spreading the word, like us on Facebook and share our mission.

Sports have a huge impact on my life. When I play soccer, a team sport, I feel like I learn how to be a team player. I learn how to work with others and help others reach the same goal as me. I feel like this helps me grow as a person because it make me think and BE a team player.

But soccer is not the only sport that I feel shaped me as a person. Tennis is a sport where you only depend on yourself. In tennis, you have to achieve your goal all on your own, just you, and your racket against your opponent. I think that this helped me with knowing how to depend on myself. This is why I think that playing sports has made a huge impact on my life and without it, I wouldn’t be who I am today.  “
Jasmine Zonneveld