Click here to join Snoop and help: http://tilt.lt/icud5
When Snoop heard about this cause, he knew he wanted to help these kids out. If they don’t get safer helmets and equipment (their equipment now is over a decade old), the Inner City Urban Development (ICUD) league in Des Moines won’t be able to continue helping these kids on and off the field.
Having started a football league of his own, Snoop knows how important a program like this is to these kids — not only to keep them off the streets, but to provide academic support and teach them dedication, teamwork, and sportsmanship. Every kid should have the opportunity to develop these lifelong skills.
Snoop Dogg put up the first $5,000 on the fundraiser’s Tilt page. Join him there and help him help these kids (see link above)!
For $20,000, all 200 players will receive a safer helmet and equipment.
100% of all proceeds will go to the Inner City Urban Development football lead funding of equipment needs & after school programs!!
Snoop Dogg has teamed up with adidas Football to release his first ever athletic cleat collaboration. Snoop worked with adidas to develop a shoe design that matched both his personality and the lion athlete inside all of us. The new adizero 5-Star 3.0 will be released this Friday, 6/27, in a limited run.
If you are in the LA area, come by the UNDFTD store at 112 1/2 S La Brea Ave from 11am-12pm to be one of the only ones to get this limited edition football cleat!
Entertainment icon, Snoop Dogg aka Snoop Lion, hosted the 1st Annual Snoop Youth Football League (SYFL) Family Fun Day at Crenshaw High School in Los Angeles. Snoop enlisted the help of NFL’s Seattle Seahawks’ , Pete Carroll, as well as notable NFL players DeMarcus Ware (Dallas Cowboys), DeSean Jackson (Philadelphia Eagles), LaMarr Woodley (Pittsburgh Steelers), Ronnie Hillman (Denver Broncos), Willie McGinest (former Cleveland Browns player) and Keith Bullock (former Tennessee Titans player) to come out and coach over 300 youth participants at the Family Fun Day through.
For more information on SYFL and their work in helping young kids achieve their dreams please check out http://snoopyfl.net/