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September 25, 2017

Giving Back – Yes, MAM!

The Commercial Appeal, Sunday, September 24, 2017 By Jeremy Park, President, cityCURRENT Back in August, cityCURRENT and Smith & Nephew teamed with Memphis Athletic Ministries, fondly known as MAM, to host an event featuring guest speaker, Dr. Jen Welter. Dr. Welter is widely known as a trailblazer and pioneer in…
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PartnersSuccess Stories
July 13, 2017

My Town Miracles – Kaylin’s Story

Here is an incredible video of Kaylin Fields, the young lady chosen to be the MAM recipient of the My Town Miracles award. Beginning in May 2016, My Town Miracles has started an effort to help an exceptional MAM recent high school graduate have a positive future by providing the…
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EventsPartners
October 19, 2016

Bluff City Field Day – Saturday, Oct. 22 at Overton Park

Memphis Athletic Ministries (MAM) is excited to partner with My Town Miracles to bring you the first ever Bluff City Field Day! Sponsored by Chick-fil-A, First Tennessee, TruGreen, Landers Ford and many others, the event promises to connect individuals and organizations from all across Memphis to help raise up our…
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In The NewsPartners
October 3, 2016

Rhodes Hack-a-Thon Delivers for Memphis Nonprofits

Eleven students completed the Rhodes College Hack-a-Thon Sept. 23-24, providing technology applications for Memphis-area nonprofits Teach 901 and Memphis Athletic Ministries. Ten college students and one high school student put in long hours over the weekend, shredding code in the latest RhodesHacks computer development competition held inside McCallum Ballroom on…
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In The NewsPartners
June 22, 2016

MEMPHIS COACH RUNS ALONGSIDE YOUTH TO TEACH TEAMWORK AND EFFORT

www.up2us.org/blog, Thursday, May 19, 2016 Coach Nick got his start at Memphis Athletic Ministries back when he wanted to be a teacher, now he’s happy to say he’s 100% coach. The city of Memphis has a strong loyalty to the sport of basketball, so the idea of coaching the sport…
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Partners
April 11, 2016

Shop Scholastic Book Fair to benefit MAM kids!

NOW through April 26, 2016 Germantown Presbyterian is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair to benefit Memphis Athletic Ministries and our reading program. Proceeds will allow MAM students to select a book to keep as many do not have books at home. Remaining monies will benefit MAM’s reading program to bring…
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In The NewsPartners
June 12, 2015

Seeding Success shares $15 million with 5 other cities; grant to help teaching partners

The Commercial Appeal, Local News, June 3, 2015 By Jane Roberts Almost every week during the school year, Memphis Athletic Ministries receives mini report cards for its kids. That means Rod Moses, community director, knows exactly who missed school, who’s having conduct issues and who needs help with reading. And…
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Partners
June 25, 2014

MAM is hiring 6 part-time coach mentors NOW

MAM  is hiring six college students as coach mentors in partnership with the Coach Across America program by July 1.  Applicants should desire to share a love of sports while helping underserved youth learn, grow and recognize their potential.  Coach mentors will work 20 to 25 hours per week beginning…
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Partners
October 22, 2013

Partner Feature: Grizzlies Foundation

Zach Randolph with MAM kids History with the Memphis Grizzlies MAM was the first organization in Memphis to receive a grant from the Memphis Grizzlies Charitable Fund. In December 2001, the Grizzlies donated $1 million to MAM to support the construction of the Memphis Grizzlies Athletic Center, a state-of-the-art sports…
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Community InvolvementIn The NewsPartnersService ProjectsVolunteers
May 3, 2013

Students team up for service

Caroline Carter and Morgan Hayes of Hutchison School (from left) and Bo McEwan and Will Murrah of Memphis University School joined 42 of their classmates to clean the golf course at Memphis Athletic Ministries during a day of volunteerism. Picture from CommercialAppeal.com "More than 150 seventh graders from Hutchison School…
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