The past few months have been a challenge for everyone.
My family and I would like to thank you for what you are doing for the community! Your efforts to encourage and support groups in the community and be able to provide them with trophies is fabulous! We know that this project can likely be overwhelming, but knowing how much this will be appreciate goes beyond words!
As someone who has been involved with Repeat Champions since the early days, I have seen firsthand, the difference they are making in our community.
Last month we were once again featured in the Hamilton Spectator for an article. The response has been overwhelming as demand has really grown.
We all know “behind every great man is a woman”, right? For charitable organizations & community groups, it’s the dedicated volunteers & supporters that are the heroes.
With every donation that comes in, Repeat Champions is changing communities all over.
Haven’t head of us?
Created to support local youth sports, Repeat Champions mission is threefold:
RECYCLE. REPEAT. REWARD.
It wasn’t that long ago I took part in my first “Super Saturday” and saw the work of Repeat Champions in action.
That’s the question Hamilton’s Sarino Genovese asked himself not long ago, looking at a pile of discarded trophies he noticed in a local landfill.
While we're a fairly new non-profit organization, we're thrilled to have already been picked up in many different media features.
Unfortunately, we are still not accepting trophies due to our current situation of limited storage space and other resources. We hope to be back on May 1st 2023. Please keep trophies if you can, and check back later for an update on when we plan to resume things.
Thank you to the community for the overwhelming response and support. We look forward to coming back bigger than ever. While we have paused on taking old trophies for donations, we can still use financial donations to help us put more smiles on kid’s faces… Thanks you!