Girls Football Camps

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10th Annual Fins Up Football Camp for Girls

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On Saturday, November 14th, 2015, the (now) Women’s Gridiron Foundation (formerly the Fins Up Foundation), held another in a long line of instructional football camps for girls, ages 13-17. Uniondale High School, the Young Women’s Leadership School, and several other students from around the NYC area had a fun-filled day of football, laughter and a healthy lunch provided by FreshDirect.

The player coaches from the New York Sharks taught basic football skills along with essential life-skill teaching moments, critical to the positive development of young girls.

Thank you to our private donors, supporters and sponsors for making this event possible!!

Next Camp: Spring 2017

We rely on the generosity of donors and sponsors to produce these valuable events for young girls. If you would like to support our efforts, please click on the link below:





Vivian Speaking

Thirteen year veteran, Vivian Alberty, speaking to the girls about the benefits of Teamwork

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Hittin’ the Pads!

Nikki and Kymm coaching

Linewomen Kymm Elliott and Nikki Joseph coaching up the girls on proper blocking technique.

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DB Asst. Coach Collette Smith and LB Courtney White teaching proper defensive coverage technique.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you to our private donors, supporters and sponsors for making this event possible!!

 

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¬†Established in 2003 as a 501(c)3 non-for-profit organization, The Fins Up! Foundation for Female Athletics changed its name to the Women’s Gridiron Foundation in November of 2015. The Foundation remains dedicated to empowering women and young girls around the world to believe that they can do anything with dignity, self-respect and fearlessness.¬† WGF engages young women in highly innovative, gender equitable programs through the vehicle of sport.