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.
It’s not only in their efforts to keep thousands of trophies from ending up in disposal bins & landfills in the area, or their work to refurbish these trophies & then donate them, free of charge, to sports associations & youth groups all over. For me, one of the most pleasant surprises from spending time with Repeat Champions is seeing the numbers of students who continue to commit their time & hard work, getting behind the organization & helping them help others.
Repeat Champions’ founders have done a masterful job at reaching out to students through their schools and community groups, offering valuable volunteer hours for getting involved. In return, hundreds of students have registered & attended monthly “Super Saturdays” and other events lending an energetic hand in the process of sorting, cleaning, rebuilding, packing & delivery trophies, to any group in need.
Without the support of these students and other volunteers, it would be impossible for Repeat Champions to do they work they do & realize the incredible success they’ve achieved these past few years. Talk about a win-win!
If you’re a student, or know of any young people looking for a way to build volunteer hours toward their diplomas, Repeat Champions looks forward to hearing from you. Look for Repeat Champions posters at your school, community centre, church, or contact your guidance counsellor.
Another year of Super Saturdays is starting soon.
Everyone at Repeat Champions thanks all those who have joined us in the past & we look forward to welcoming anyone & everyone who wants to join us this year, as we continue to “Recycle. Repeat. Reward” C’mon...let’s do this!