Juggling, women’s rights, AND a chance at $200? Sign me up!
Anne Gross, a high school senior from San Francisco, founded her non-profit, Juggling for Justice, when she was a sophomore.
Although J4J sounds very similar to Homer Simpson’s Jigglin’ for Justice, our J4J is actually just a way to empower lady ballers to take positive change into their own hands (and feet)!
In the two years since its founding, J4J has raised OVER $25,000 for various women’s right charities, and is working to expand both inside and out of its home in California’s Bay Area.
Here’s where you come in!
This July, YOU have a chance to win a $200 Amazon gift card through J4J’s first annual Summer Challenge!
And, you get to donate to women’s rights at the same time! All you need to do is donate at least $100 to any women’s rights charity of your choice. Once all of the donations are in, the winner will be randomly selected from the lottery! You can find more information on the J4J website: http://www.jugglingforjustice.org/summer-challenge.html !
Juggling for Justice is YOUR platform to use your passion for soccer to change the world - one juggle at a time.
Check out http://www.jugglingforjustice.org and be sure to follow them on Instagram @jugglingforjustice for updates on fundraisers and other awesome soccer happenings! If you have any questions, PLEASE don’t hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
-Anne Gross is a high school senior in San Francisco. She started her soccer nonprofit, Juggling for Justice, in order to empower soccer players to make positive change. In her free time, you can find her eating quesadillas, juggling with her teammates, or doing both at once!