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October 18, 2023

MAM 25: Scott McFarland

Memphis Athletic Ministries (MAM) is celebrating its 25th anniversary, and as the organization looks back on its incredible journey, one name stands out as a shining example of dedication and service – Scott McFarland. A current MAM MVP (monthly donor) and former board member, Scott's involvement with MAM goes back…
October 9, 2019

Become a MAM MVP

As we move into 2020, will you consider joining our team by becoming a MAM MVP? By giving monthly, your gift becomes a long-term investment allowing us to work together to impact the youth of Memphis. Your monthly gift does more than allow our ministry to be sustainable. Your gift…
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September 30, 2019

MAM Merchandise

Did you know MAM sells t-shirts, socks, lapel pins, and other cool items? All purchases help fuel MAM's mission to coach, grow, and lead the youth of Memphis by helping them discover their identity in Christ and their purpose in the community. Our new 901 t-shirts are $20 and available…
November 14, 2017

Bringing the Good News of King Jesus

Coach Sarah and Mom TracyMAM Christmas Store 2016 Tracy, a MAM Leawood mom, was filled with gratitude when she was chosen to participate in the 2016 MAM Christmas Store. “We had lost our home and everything in it to a fire and then my car broke down. I had prayed…
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July 17, 2016

Success begins with school supplies

School starts soon. MAM teachers are ready to help our boys and girls improve their reading skills and complete homework after school. Please help us with school supplies for our Academic Diligence program. We need by August 8: Markers, Backpacks, Pencils, Pencil Boxes, Crayons, Colored Pencils, Plastic Rulers  Protractors Folders with Brads…
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May 24, 2016

First Tennessee choses MAM to be the inaugural recipient of its new Community Development Fund

First Tennessee presents MAM with a $20,000 check to fund our career readiness program. From left to right are Randy Odom, MAM president, Dondi Black, Senior Vice President, Community Development and Revitalization- West Tennessee, First Tennessee Bank, Kim Cherry, Executive Vice President, First Horizon Corporation, and Jonathan Torres, MAM community…
May 6, 2016

Sharing Christ 24/7

Meet Kasey. the high school girls mentor at MAM Hamilton.  Kasey has worked at MAM for two years after being a counselor at Kids Across America (KAA) camp ( “As a camp counselor at KAA, I saw firsthand the positive effect that camp had on urban kids,” says Kasey. “When…