The North Bay FC Wave, Marin County’s first semi-pro soccer team which finished in second place in the Pacific North conference last year and earned a full sponsorship for their summer league play, will support several Bay Area non-profits by dedicating this season’s games to groups that target social issues, homelessness, eating disorders and domestic violence and health issues. The North Bay FC Wave will donate 100 % of the proceeds from each game to a designated nonprofit and will help spread the word about each nonprofit’s mission via games and outreach. Recipients this summer include Homeward Bound of Marin (5/21, Novato High School,) the Center for Domestic Peace (6/5, Tamalpais High School,) Beyond Hunger (7/16 Novato High School) and To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation (6/12, Redwood High School).
Sunday, June 12th The North Bay FC Wave will play an exciting game against the women’s pro team Bay Area Breeze at Redwood High School, 395 Doherty Drive, Larkspur. One of the Bay Area Breeze players, Tiffeny Milbrett, is the 1996 US Gold Medalist who was also on the 2000 US Cup World Team. 100% of the proceeds of the June 12th game will benefit To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation. Tickets go on sale at the door at 4pm. Game time 5pm. $7 Adults, $4 Children 6 and over; Children under 6 FREE.
To Celebrate Life Breast Cancer Foundation, is a volunteer-based nonprofit organization whose goal is to enrich the lives of women and men living with breast cancer. Each year grants are given to nonprofits which help women and men with breast health issues by providing financial support for the underserved, for early detection screening and diagnostics, and for emotional support programs, and education.
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